Sgt. Tim Sass talks explains why police officers don’t let the general public give police dogs treats. There’s a very good reason! Also, video of Oscar, Bala, and Luna showing off!
Online Exclusive: Your Pet Photos
We asked you to share your pet photos on our Facebook page. You flooded our page with adorable photos of your furry friends. We had so much fun ooh-ing and ahh-ing over all your photos and wanted to make sure everyone sees them! Enjoy!
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Gwen Sebastian on Christmas
IW: What gives you joy? Gwen Sebastian: “Music. Being with my family. Being with my husband. Bubble baths.” IW: Favorite Christmas gift and/or memory? Gwen Sebastian: “Homemade barbie house mom and dad made when I was nine. It’s in the attic at my parents house. And a synthesizer that I wanted so bad. […]
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Kat Perkins on Christmas
IW: What gives you joy? Kat Perkins: “Family. Family definitely gives me the most joy everyday. Without them I am nothing. Now that I have neices and nephews they add so much more joy to the family. Family is everything.” IW: Favorite Christmas gift and/or memory? Kat Perkins: “When I was 10 years […]
Bismarck’s Outdoor Pools Open Wednesday
It’s not really summer vacation until you can spend the afternoon at the pool. That day is almost here. Bismarck’s three outdoor pools will open Wednesday, June 8. So here’s everything you need to know about the pools: Where: Bismarck has three outdoor pools. They are: Wachter Aquatic Center (also […]
Relay for Life 2016
By Marci Narum The first time Jan Lund went to a Relay for Life event in Bismarck, her daughter had to drag her to it. It was 2008, and one year since Jan’s own diagnosis and survivorship of inflammatory breast cancer. “I thought this isn’t something I would enjoy,” Jan […]
Bismarck’s Top Ten Hidden Gems
By Paula Redmann, Bismarck Parks and Recreation District Hidden gardens. Secret places. Amazing views. Never heard of spaces. All right here in Bismarck, courtesy of your Bismarck Parks and Recreation District. It’s true. There are secluded, undercover, concealed public parks and places. Right under your nose. So, if you’re up for […]
Be Inspired to help your Neighbors
by Deb Seminary It has been eight days since we heard the flood news. As each day has passed, more and more people have needed help and more and more people have volunteered.
by Deb Seminary The January/Feburary issue will hit the stands early this week. The focus is Travel, which is the reason for the photo.
by Deb Seminary This weekend was one I wished would never end. It was a gathering of friends and full of laughter, some tears, reminiscing and lots of great food.