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Old-fashioned Christmas

November 29, 2015 Downtown Minot welcomed in the Christmas season Friday in old-fashioned style, with wagon rides, cookies with Santa and the annual lighting of the Christmas tree. more »»

Shooting incident

November 29, 2015 Correction on street address - see below (It was earlier reported as 1st St. S. more »»

Garrison kicks off Dickens Village Festival

November 29, 2015 GARRISON – The community of Garrison turned back time to the days of Charles Dickens when its annual Dickens Village Festival began on Friday. more »»

Charting the future

November 29, 2015 North Dakotans are concerned about the agricultural economy and workforce shortages. They are troubled by crime and want better access to chemical addiction and mental health treatment. more »»

Fun Friday

November 28, 2015 Online shopping, Thanksgiving Day deals and early specials have taken the edge off Black Friday crazines. more »»

Downtown merchants request MAGIC funds to offset construction impact

November 28, 2015 Downtown Minot merchants are seeking help from the MAGIC Fund to soften the financial blow of disruption caused by infrastructure construction projects. Minot Area Development Corp. more »»

More than mere fluff

November 28, 2015 WILLISTON – Richard Stenberg, associate professor of history and political science at Williston State College, co-authored an article with retired Fort Union Park Ranger Randy Kane that appeared in... more »»

Contribution supports New Rockford housing project

November 28, 2015 NEW ROCKFORD – Bank Forward has contributed $50,000 to the state’s Housing Incentive Fund to support the development of 10 townhomes on the site of the former hospital in New Rockford. more »»

Donations sought for Makoti fire victims

November 28, 2015 MAKOTI – A Go Fund Me account has been set up for a Makoti couple who lost their home and belongings in a house fire Tuesday. Donations are being taken online at GoFundMe. more »»

Road Rules

November 26, 2015 The holiday season is upon us and that often times means traveling. more »»

Duty on thin ice

November 26, 2015 A person ventures onto thin ice on the Souris River and plunges into the icy water. It is a life-threatening moment. It’s also a situation that Minot firemen must be trained to handle. more »»

G.I. Joe’s triumphant story inspires Minot

November 26, 2015 An 8-1/2 pound survivor named G.I. Joe has experienced an amazing turnaround in his life. more »»

Connected Puzzles

November 26, 2015 Jon Melgaard wanted to bring geographic literacy into the 21st century. The result was, a colorful, 53-piece wooden puzzl. more »»

‘Don’t pass military convoys’ and other road tips

November 26, 2015 With winter weather expected to be just around the corner as well as during the other seasons, the Minot Air Force Base 91st Missile Wing led by Co. more »»

Bikers donate

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November 26, 2015 City offices closed today Minot city offices are closed today for Thanksgiving. There is no bus service or garbage collection. more »»

A sweet sunset

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At Odds

November 25, 2015 Brandon Beau Bradford, 35, entered not guilty pleas Tuesday to attempted murder and fleeing from law enforcement, but his lawyer said his client has been overcharged. more »»

Troopers to saturate roadways

November 25, 2015 November is notorious for being nasty to travelers. In response, the North Dakota Highway Patrol intends to saturate roadways throughout the state during the Thanksgiving holiday and beyond. more »»

Club empowers girls to pursue STEM careers

November 25, 2015 Many children have watched an admired older teenager go through physical therapy after an injury, but weren’t quite sure what is involved in the recovery process. more »»



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