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New man on the job

July 3, 2014 The first days as Minot State University president have been a happy whirlwind of activity for Steven Shirley. more »»

Governor issues emergency declaration to assist counties with flooding

July 3, 2014 BISMARCK – Gov. Jack Dalrymple today issued an emergency declaration in response to overland flooding in northwestern and central North Dakota. more »»

City proceeds to secure abandoned, flooded properties

July 3, 2014 A city contractor will begin work this coming week to address safety issues on three abandoned, flooded properties. That workload is expected to increase over the summe. more »»

THUs could stay to Oct. 1 under committee proposal

July 3, 2014 Owners of temporary housing units who need more time to repair their permanent homes would get until Oct. 1 under a proposal of the Minot City Council’s Public Works and Safety Committee. more »»

Editor ending nearly 30-year career with the News

July 3, 2014 Long-time Minot Daily News editor Bryan Obenchain has announced he will be leaving the newspaper July 11. more »»

Minot Daily News recruits new managing editor

July 3, 2014 The Minot Daily News has begun the search for someone with an excitement for North Dakota and Minot to replace departing editor Bryan Obenchain, publisher Steven McLister said Wednesday. more »»

Moving in

July 3, 2014 KENMARE – Ward County Social Services has opened a satellite office in Kenmare that will enable residents in the northern part of the county to access many services closer to home. more »»

Domestic Violence Crisis Center adds rural offices

July 3, 2014 The Domestic Violence Crisis Center is reaching out to rural residents with offices in Mohall and Kenmare that opened this past spring. Rene Enders serves the two offices as victim advocate. more »»

Two men assaulted in Minot

July 3, 2014 Two unidentified men were assaulted Friday at around 10 p.m. in the 3200 block of Second Street Southeast in Minot, the police report. The two victims were both from Minot. more »»

NDHP Superintendent retires

July 3, 2014 Colonel James Prochniak, who has been the superintendent of the North Dakota Highway Patrol since 2009, retired from the organization Monday. Michael Gerhart Jr. more »»

Personnel additions

July 2, 2014 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE –Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James says Minot Air Force Base will be getting about one-third of the 1,100 people that the Air Force will be redeploying from other... more »»

County adopts rainy day road restrictions

July 2, 2014 Ward County’s graveled roads will be off limits to heavy trucks following heavy rains like those experienced around the region the past couple of months. more »»

Committee advances infrastructure project

July 2, 2014 A city committee is recommending the Minot City Council move forward with a $31 million downtown infrastructure improvement project. more »»

County sets jail budget at $15 million

July 2, 2014 At a special 5 p.m. meeting Tuesday, Ward County Commissioners set the budget for the jail expansion project at $15 million. more »»

Camping time

July 2, 2014 Seven-year-old Viviana Rickert celebrated the Fourth of July a few days earlier when she designed a colorful red, white and blue cut glass flag at Margie’s Art Glass. more »»

Parks open on 4th of July, no festival this year

July 2, 2014 After what seemed like a constant event year after year, the annual Festival of the Parks held on the Fourth of July holiday will be missing from this year’s celebration schedule. more »»

Alderman Amy Moen resigning due to relocation

July 2, 2014 Amy Moen, who represents Ward 4 on the Minot City Council, has announced that she will resign her position effective July 31. more »»

High water ahead

July 1, 2014 FOXHOLM – A stubborn storm dumped record rainfall throughout the region this past weekend, primarily over the saturated and vulnerable Souris River Basi. more »»

June was wet month, but not record

July 1, 2014 June was a very wet month but it was not a record, says Jim Tarasenko, research specialist at the North Central Research and Extension Center, south of Minot. more »»

 
 

 

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