North Dakota Mural | Prairie Public Broadcasting

North Dakota Mural

Federal Lawsuit Over Mandan Mural

Aug 2, 2019
Bismark Tribune

The city of Mandan will not enforce its law requiring citizens to apply for a permit to paint murals until a federal lawsuit over the matter is settled. The ordinance caused controversy this past spring, when it required the owners of Lonesome Dove bar to remove their mural depicting a cowboy during sunset after their application for a permit was denied three times. Owners, Brian Burbe and August Kersten, filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District of North Dakota against the city of Mandan on July 29th.

Artist, ND Native James Rosenquist Dies at Age 83

Apr 4, 2017

At age 83, the accomplished artists and Grand Forks native James Rosenquist passed away over the weekend in New York City. Reporter Todd McDonald has this remembrance…