Police are recommending felony charges of harassment and criminal damage to property for the Moorhead man suspected of vandalizing the Islamic Center mosque with racist and discriminatory words and images.
FARGO — As a master esthetician, Annette Rasile has purchased thousands of wooden craft sticks over the years. The sticks, which resemble those used in Popsicles, are used for the waxing services she provides. But in early July, something unusual happened when she opened the box she purchased from Walmart.
In response to strong demand in stores due to the coronavirus, Walmart plans to hire more than 150,000 associates through the end of May. In North Dakota, Walmart plans to hire more than 500 associates to work in stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers.
Fears over the coronavirus have taken a huge toll on logistical chains for consumer products in the United States, especially for face masks, hand sanitizers, disinfectants, water, medication, and yes, even toilet paper.
BISMARCK — A Bismarck man allegedly poured lighter fluid on a Bible and set it on fire Friday, Dec. 13, at the north Walmart in Bismarck, hoping the distraction would allow him to steal items from the store, according to a police affidavit.
BISMARCK — A national retailer’s recent policy changes on ammunition sales and the open carry of weapons in stores is seen as commendable by some in the Bismarck area, while others say any definitive changes in gun violence will come only when guns are kept out of the wrong hands.