100-vehicle caravan traversed area roads Wednesday
Pipeline opponents made an appearance around 1 p.m. Wednesday in downtown Bismarck.
Protesters stood outside the William L. Guy Federal Building and the First Presbyterian Church. Groups stood on sidewalks throughout the downtown area, stating they were there to spread the word about their cause.
Earlier Wednesday, emergency phone alerts warned residents in Mandan and Morton County of a 100-car caravan that appeared to be moving north from the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camps.