Home Doll industry Bismarck’s roads are far more dangerous this winter

Bismarck’s roads are far more dangerous this winter


I have read more local accidents last winter than I can remember in the last 8 years

I have now lived in North Dakota for eight years, so I can no longer consider myself a “rookie” here, I am aware of how quickly the weather can change, and with the temperatures rising, basic common sense will tell you that the snow and ice will melt. This is where it can get dangerous, as I have experienced many times how dangerous and slippery the road conditions can get. This can of course lead to unforeseen accidents, which will end up venting their frustrations on social media about how some people aren’t doing their jobs well enough. Bismarck city workers who are responsible for the roads in our city.

Personally I think they do a great job and are quick and efficient

Think about how quickly storms sometimes hit us and how much we all rely on our streets and roads to get us around. Freezing temperatures and warmer days can add up to a major headache. So how busy have Bismarck city workers been?

This stat will blow your mind (no pun intended)

Sandblasting and salting in town was so badly needed. According to kfyrtv.com “So far this year, the city has used nearly 38,000 gallons of beet brine, over 17,000 gallons of salt brine, 190 tons of salt and over 2,300 tons of sand on the city ​​roads. That’s more than the previous two years.” So try to remember that people are doing their best and as fast as they can to get us there safely.

WATCH: Things from the year you were born that no longer exist

Iconic (and sometimes silly) toys, tech, and electronics have been usurped since their grand entrance, either through technological advancements or common-sense breakthroughs. See how many things on this list trigger childhood memories – and which ones were there and gone so fast you completely missed them.

WATCH: The best beers in every state

To find the best beer in every state and Washington DC, Stacker analyzed January 2020 data from BeerAdvocate, a website that collates user scores for beer in real time. BeerAdvocate makes its decisions by compiling consumer ratings for all 50 states and Washington DC and applying a weighted ranking to each. The weighted ranking pulls the beer towards the middle of the list based on the number of ratings it has and is intended to allow lesser-known beers to increase their ranking. Only beers with at least 10 ratings should be considered; we’ve gone a step further by only including beers with at least 100 user ratings in our gallery. Keep reading to find out which is the best beer in each of the 50 states and Washington DC.