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A new urban renewal

Bismarck, N.D., beckons with revitalized downtown, new breweries — and butterhorns

By LISA DAVIS Chicago Tribune (TNS)

This article was published June 17, 2018 at 2:25 a.m.

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Bismarck’s statehouse complex is more than government office buildings; it’s also home to the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum and a park commemorating veterans. North Dakota Tourism The United Tribes Technical College International Powwow takes place Sept. 7-9 this year.

One of Bismarck’s best natural assets is the Missouri River. Kayak on it or ride along its banks on River Road on a bike or in a car.

When in Bismarck, bike along the scenic Missouri Valley Millennium Legacy Trail that parallels the Missouri River.

The state capital of North Dakota feels more like a small town than a surly legislative city.

One of Bismarck’s best natural assets is the Missouri River. Kayak on it or ride along its banks on River Road on a bike or in a car.

When in Bismarck, bike along the scenic Missouri Valley Millennium Legacy Trail that parallels the Missouri River.

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