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There’s no ‘I’ in team

January 27, 2015 With Minot’s booming economy and the housing market struggling to keep up with the thousands traveling here in search of jobs, homelessness has been at an all-time high in the Magic City. more »»

Pioneer Village dispute headed to court

January 27, 2015 The North Dakota State Fair Association is renewing its effort to remove the Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village Museum from the state fairgrounds. more »»

Eastern visitors come to Minot for growth guidance

January 27, 2015 A delegation of city, county and economic development leaders from West Virginia and Ohio are on a fact-finding trip to Minot to see first-hand what it’s like to deal with an economic boom. more »»

Commission gives OK to chemical storage

January 27, 2015 An oil-field services company received support from the Minot Planning Commission to store chemicals on property it looks to buy just north of the city. more »»

Carnival on campus

January 27, 2015 If you’re feeling lucky today and like it might be your time to win a prize in a game of chance, then the annual Penny Carnival at the MSU Dome might be a winning choice. more »»

Gunshots, assaults keep police busy

January 27, 2015 The Minot Police Department had a busy weekend. Just after 6 p.m. more »»

Minot Park District holding public forum Thursday

January 27, 2015 The winters in North Dakota seemingly get longer and colder each year, making outdoor activities somewhat limited for residents in the communit. more »»

The power of music

January 26, 2015 Someone once said that music can change the world because it can change peopl. more »»

After a long wait, winter weather fun is here

January 26, 2015 Gary Conlee, along with his wife and three kids, took advantage of the mild weather Sunday afternoon to enjoy a little sledding at Magic City Campu. more »»

Man hospitalized after losing control of vehicle

January 26, 2015 A 73-year-old man was transported to Trinity Hospital around 11 a.m. Sunday after losing control of his vehicle and hitting a car in the Restore Thrift Store parking lot along South Broadway downtown. more »»

Starting reading young

January 25, 2015 Reading books is like stepping into an entirely new and different world where adventures are at the palm of your hand, possibilities are endless and lessons are hidden between the very last pages. more »»

Memorial Middle honor roll

January 25, 2015 Highest honors Grade 8: Kathryn Armagost, Deyondre Beale, Taylor Coon, Alyssa Erks, Isabella Flosi, ArNesha Gause, Cameron Goodman, Grace Guerin, Trenton Hazen, Ethan Hundley, Kelsey Karren,... more »»

City’s recycling survey results net mixed results

January 25, 2015 City residents were recently asked to complete surveys to indicate their level of interest in recycling services and whether they are willing to pay additional fees for such service. more »»

Stewarts thank community

January 25, 2015 A Minot family who was a victim of the 2011 flood and house construction scam Saturday thanked all the individuals and organizations who have helped the family in different ways to build their new... more »»

Polar Plunge raises money for the Special Olympics

January 25, 2015 Just like thousands of people across the country participating in the annual Polar Plunge will, 41 teams from the Minot area jumped into a vat of icy cold water outside the Sleep Inn at Dakota Squar... more »»

TGU-Towner High School honor roll

January 25, 2015 McKenzie Bryn, Connor Genre, Andy Huwe, Eli Luna, Makayla Ness, Hunter Schell, Alexis Thompson, Colter Thorp, Shelby Zahn, Elizabeth Black, Madison Bollinger, Evan Burckhard, Samantha Drader, Chance... more »»

Vollmer testifies for payments dependent on enrollment numbers

January 25, 2015 Minot Superintendent Mark Vollmer said House Bill 1216 is of great importance to the Minot School District. more »»

State Supreme Court overturns child custody ruling

January 25, 2015 The State Supreme Court has overturned a child custody ruling by South Central District Judge Cynthia Feland for the second time as “clearly erroneous” and has ordered that a new judge be assigned t... more »»

Powers Lake honor roll

January 25, 2015 Grade 12: Alexis Edwards, Cooper Folmer, Logan Eckert. Grade 11: Daniel Bolen, Kinzi Grubb, Kylie Gunderson, Vanessa Aguirre, Cassandra Lee. more »»

Pioneer Village remains in limbo

January 25, 2015 The ongoing conflict over the fate of the Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds has now reached the state Legislature. Sen. Oley Larsen, R-Dist. more »»

 
 
 

 

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