BISMARCK, N.D. — More than 120 soldiers from North Dakota National Guard’s 957th Engineer Company will be training at the Kimball Bottoms recreational area, south of Bismarck beginning this week.

The area, including the off-highway vehicle trails, will be closed to the public from July 13-19.

The unit will also be conducting boating and bridging operations on the Missouri River. The National Guard says the river will not be closed to the public, but visitors are asked to use caution while in the area.

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