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Changes ahead

April 19, 2014 North Dakota’s higher education system needs new management to meet the needs of tomorrow’s workforce, according to North Dakota House Majority Leader Al Carlson. more »»

Enerbase expanding

April 19, 2014 Construction is under way and proceeding rapidly on a new Cenex convenience store and truck stop along U.S. Highway 83 just north of the city. more »»

Williston teen shot by boy on Friday

April 19, 2014 Williams County Sheriff’s Office released news of a shooting incident involving two minors early Friday morning on U.S. Highway 2, just east of N.D. Highway 1804. At 12:48 a.m. more »»

Man dies in run-in with semi Thursday

April 19, 2014 One man died in an accident involving a semi and a passenger van Thursday evening outside of Stanley. more »»

School board looking at new candidates

April 19, 2014 Lachelle Smith and Chris Baker are challenging Minot Public School Board incumbents Laura Mihalick and Steven Velk for the two open seats on the Minot Public School Boar. more »»

Building it bigger, better

April 18, 2014 Laughter could be heard loudly from the convention center of the Holiday Inn-Riverside in Minot Thursday when Lee Silber delivered his keynote address at lunchtime during the 2014 Visit Minot annual... more »»

Farm Bureau gives to food pantries

April 18, 2014 The Ward County Farm Bureau donated a total of $2,750 to the five county food pantries on Thursday afternoon. more »»

Following his dream

April 18, 2014 Jay Consalvi never gave up on his dream to become a fighter pilot, despite major challenges to reach that goal. more »»

Zombie homes in Minot

April 17, 2014 Nathan Mugaas feels uneasy when he thinks about the flood debris and mold growing in the boarded-up house with a cracked foundation next doo. more »»

ManorCare served complaint, has 21 days to respond

April 17, 2014 Attorneys representing two plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit mailed their complaint to ManorCare Health Services this week. ManorCare has 21 days from receipt of the documents to file a response. more »»

3 arrested in Minot for immigrant status

April 17, 2014 Federal officials have announced that three men have been arrested in Minot since last week for various immigration-related charges. more »»

Grenora declines bond issue

April 17, 2014 Grenora voters said no to a $9.95 million bond issue for new school construction on Tuesday. The vote was 108, or 55.3 percent, in favor and 87, or 44.6 percent, against the measure. more »»

Crossbar dunked

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‘Snow’ geese

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Hoffner returns to MSU-Mankato

April 16, 2014 MINNEAPOLIS — Before the Todd Hoffner era ever really began, it drew to an abrupt close. more »»

Every penny counts

April 16, 2014 POWERS LAKE – Children at Powers Lake Elementary are contributing their pennies and other coins toward a school construction project that has fallen $1 million short. more »»

US judge overturns North Dakota abortion law

April 16, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — A federal judge on Wednesday overturned a North Dakota law banning abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy and before many women know they're pregnant. U.S. more »»

County considers tax relief for Rice Lake

April 16, 2014 Flooded Rice Lake homeowners could get property-tax relief under a proposal that the Ward County Commission is investigating. more »»

County approves Kenmare road project

April 16, 2014 Ward County and the City of Kenmare are cooperating on a $3.58 million road project through the cit. more »»

3 apply to succeed Judge McLees

April 16, 2014 Three Minot lawyers have applied to succeed North Central Judicial District Judge William McLees when he steps down from the bench at the end of June. more »»

One dead, one injured following crash

April 16, 2014 One driver is dead and another injured following a two-vehicle crash at the junction of U.S. Highway 83 and N.D. Highway 23 about 15 miles south of Minot Monday at around 4:40 p.m. more »»



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