- Mandan’s Strip Receiving New Traffic LightPosted 9 hours ago
- Mattress Firm Coming to Pinehurst SquarePosted 9 hours ago
- Judge Denies Bond Reduction Request For Mandan Murder SuspectPosted 10 hours ago
- Capitol Cafe ReopensPosted 1 day ago
- Dalrymple Encourages Students to Take the Lead
- Cleanup for Tioga Oil Spill a Long-Term Project
- Cramer Announces Weekly Status Update for Grain Car Backlog
- Sunrise Town Centre Confirms More Tenants
- Bismarck Temperatures Well Above Average
- Missing woman shows up at sheriff’s office
- Lewis and Clark Bridge on US 85 South of Williston to be Temporarily Closed
- Update: Missing McKenzie Woman Found
- Comparison of Bismarck’s Weather in October 2013 and 2014 Will Shock You
- Ruth Meiers Hospitality House opts out of United Way funds
The Bismarck Tribune is a Pulitzer-prize winning daily newspaper serving a large portion of central and western North Dakota, with a circulation second in the state only to the Fargo Forum.
First published in July 1873, the Bismarck Tribune is North Dakota’s oldest newspaper, and the last survivor of several newspapers that have served the Bismarck-Mandan region.
The Bismarck Tribune received national attention in 1876 for reporting on Custer’s Last Stand at Little Bighorn, an event that lead to the death of Bismarck Tribune reporter, Mark Kellogg, who was killed at the battle.
The Bismarck Tribune won a Pulitzer Prize in 1938 for a series of articles called “Self-Help in the Dustbowl”.