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‘Neverhome’ a treat for Civil War buffs, novel fans alike

September 16, 2014 You needed to take a stand. There was an injustice, a wrong that needed righting and someone had to say somethin. more »»

Education briefs

September 16, 2014 Grants to be awarded to event participants The Richard . more »»

Of respect and dignity

September 9, 2014 When military veterans die, who will play Taps at their funerals? Minot High School-Central Campus freshman Megan Klebe learned that there are fewer and fewer buglers around now to play that mournfu... more »»

Archaeologist Watts to speak at Minot library

September 9, 2014 Archaeologist Amanda Watts will speak at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Minot Public Library Imagination Station about her experience working the Mes Aynak archaeological excavation in Afghanistan. more »»

‘Five Days Left’: A great novel that will make you cry

September 9, 2014 Grandma was right. Darn it. Every year, when November rolled around and you longed for the holidays, she told you not to wish your life away. more »»

Education briefs

September 2, 2014 MSU to host Futurepalooza Minot State University will host Futurepalooza, a career fair with presentations and booths offering information about jobs and educational opportunities for students,... more »»

Stanley MEA teacher of the year

August 26, 2014 Award-winning teacher Melissa Stanley added another honor Monday when she was named Minot Education Association teacher of the year. more »»

Minot Public Schools lauded at tech conference

August 26, 2014 The information technology programs at Minot Public Schools received the Director’s Award of Excellence at the 44th annual Department of Career and Technical Education Professional Development... more »»

Students can apply for U.S. Senate Youth Program

August 26, 2014 North Dakota high school juniors and seniors interested in public service and government can apply for the United States Senate Youth Program. more »»

‘Joe and Marilyn’ recounts lives of legends

August 26, 2014 Can’t live with him, can’t live without him. That’s apparently, according to headlines, what your favorite star thinks of her first, third and next husband — who happens to be the same man. more »»


August 26, 2014 MPS moves to Digital Backpack The Minot Public Schools is moving to an online Digital Backpack format to distribute youth-related community activity flyers. more »»

School lunch menus

August 26, 2014 Bishop Ryan Catholic School Today: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Taco in a bag, lettuce, fruit, milk. more »»

Education briefs

August 19, 2014 Melby, Young Bear to speak at Prairie Talks RUGBY — Todd Melby, lead producer of “Black Gold Boom,” a public media project documenting North Dakota’s oil boom, and New Town rancher Marty Young Bear... more »»

‘Casey’ great for you and your pack

August 19, 2014 You are your dog’s only pack. And the pack is happy. A trip to the corner store started it all: You said “Go for a ride?” and he nearly exploded. more »»

Flora and fauna

August 12, 2014 Minot State University assistant biology professor Alexey Shipunov likes tropical weather, especially after a long North Dakota winter, and doesn’t mind roughing it a bit in a forest filled with... more »»

Park accepted into baccalaureate program

August 12, 2014 Park University has been accepted to participate in the U.S. Air Force Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative program. more »»

‘Shots Fired’ a tasty collection of short stories

August 12, 2014 You’re stuck. Trapped in an elevator, office, front seat of a car, wishing you were someplace — anyplace — else. The people with you are getting on your last nerv. more »»

Calendar of events

August 12, 2014 TODAY Christ Lutheran Church of Minot’s “Katie’s Kitchen,” a free soup kitchen: Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in Bread of Life Lutheran Church, 1415-17th Ave. SW. more »»

An out-of-this-world experience

August 5, 2014 Jim Hill Middle School teacher Rhonda Evanoff had the experience of a lifetime when she spent a week at Space Camp in June. The camp, located at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala. more »»

‘Romeo’ a great book for lovers of wolves, history

August 5, 2014 Your dog just can’t get enough of “catch.” Yes, he has plenty of toys, and just picking one up incites a glint-eyed round of the gam. more »»



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