Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Progress 2016 | Customer Service | Contact Us | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
Glass and coffee and art, oh my

January 4, 2016 If you travel up or down Main Street in Minot, you’ll find a variety of shops and boutiques on both sides of the street. more »»

Foster named 1st Western president & CEO

January 4, 2016 Brenda Foster, who has been with First Western Bank & Trust for over 34 years, has been elected by the board of directors as the new President & CEO. more »»

Brady Martz & Associates has announced the promotion of six employees.

January 4, 2016 – Charlene Olson to Senior Manager. Olson graduated from Minot State University with a BA in business administration, with an emphasis on accounting, mathematics and economics. more »»

Oakleaf joins Hight Construction

December 21, 2015 Michael Oakleaf has joined Hight Construction and comes with a full array of architectural experience from eight years as a registered architect to field project management. more »»

Anderson joins Ackerman-Estvold in Minot

December 21, 2015 Ryan Anderson has joined the Ackerman-Estvold Minot office in its architecture division. more »»

Bussard receives promotion

December 21, 2015 David Bussard has been promoted to district operations manager at Tires Plus in Minot. He grew up in Missouri and graduated from Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Mo. more »»

First Western Band & Trust in Minot has taken on new staff in recent months including:

December 21, 2015 Michael King, a Minnesota native, who graduated from Mayville State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. more »»

Money tips and advice for teens

December 21, 2015 With the holiday season upon us, and as teenagers begin to look forward to holiday break, community bankers are encouraging teens and their parents to talk about the importance of money management... more »»

Business people

November 2, 2015 Dr. Jessica Ahmann has purchased Optical Outlook in Minot. A native of Minot, Ahmann earned her doctorate in optometry at The Ohio State University in 2008. more »»

Bakken briefs

November 1, 2015 Medical training site OK’d Watford City will soon become a training site for medical students who are looking to practice medicine in rural communities in North Dakota. more »»

Future files

November 1, 2015 Hog market sees red Hog prices slammed to a seven-month low this week on the heels of a World Health Organization report that showed links between processed meats and colorectal cancer. more »»

Good credit is key to a solid financial future

October 12, 2015 It’s never too late to begin establishing and maintaining good credit. more »»

Business people

October 12, 2015 Randy Jaeger, vice president of retail operations for Johanneson’s Inc. more »»

Business briefs

October 12, 2015 Bilbrey named Staybridge GM National Hospitality Services has promoted Alycia Bilbrey to general manager at Staybridge Suites in Minot. more »»

Bakken briefs

October 11, 2015 Stanley Elementary School project starts With the sounds of earth moving equipment behind them, representatives of the Stanley School District, Comstock Construction and EAPC Architects Engineers... more »»

Future files

October 11, 2015 Trade deal could boost exports On Monday, leaders of 12 countries announced that they had reached a monumental trade agreement after nearly five years of negotiations. more »»

Some travelers love to hate the new discount airlines

October 11, 2015 DALLAS (AP) — When the delay on his 90-minute flight stretched past the four-hour mark, David Rankin started tweeting to Spirit Airlines as he and other passengers grew restless. more »»

Bakken briefs

October 4, 2015 New Town readies for traffic With just four weeks left in the construction schedule, Roger Watson is increasingly hopeful that traffic will be moving through New Town before the snow flies. more »»

Future files

October 4, 2015 OJ squeezed lower Frozen orange juice futures fell to a three-year low this week under $1.05 per pound. Prices are dropping as the peak of hurricane season has passed, leaving Florida unscathed. more »»

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web