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Big birthday bash

August 19, 2014 More than 20 years ago, community leaders put their heads together to come up with a new use for a plot of land in northwest Minot after the old John Moses Veterans Hospital was closed. more »»

Court surfacing under way

August 19, 2014 The project isn’t finished but the improvements are clearly obvious. Construction at Hammond Park is progressing nicely. It’s very colorful, too. more »»

Disease impacts winter wheat harvest

August 19, 2014 Area elevators are urging farmers to bin their newly harvested winter wheat until the market figures out what to do with a crop that is showing so much disease that one elevator manager says many... more »»

Hoffart named new MADC president

August 19, 2014 The Minot Area Development Corp. has named Stephanie Hoffart of Minot as its president. Hoffart was previously the vice president of MADC and is a five-year employee of the organization. more »»

Minot council member Milt Miller resigns

August 19, 2014 Minot city council member Milt Miller resigned his position Monday, effective immediately. more »»

Farm Rescue in its 8th harvest season

August 19, 2014 Farm Rescue is gearing up for its eighth harvest season and on schedule to help more than 50 families this year. more »»

VA outpatient clinic opens in Devils Lake today

August 19, 2014 DEVILS LAKE – The new Devils Lake Veterans Community-Based Outpatient Clinic will begin serving veterans in the region today. more »»

Neglected properties

August 18, 2014 A Minot legislator is proposing that the City of Minot receive $1 million in state funds to help address abandoned, flood-damaged properties. Rep. more »»

Angel in Adoption award

August 18, 2014 BELCOURT – This year’s 2014 Angel in Adoption award winner Ina Olson already had two biological children when she decided to become a foster parent about six years ago. more »»

Small town boom

August 17, 2014 EPPING (AP) — The drive to the town of Epping, past the bobbing oil wells and towering drilling rigs that dot the prairie, is one of the few journeys in western North Dakota's oil patch today where... more »»

Music festival rocks

August 17, 2014 Intermittent rain didn’t keep people away from the eighth annual Rock the Leaves Music Festival in the Scandinavian Heritage Park on Saturday. more »»

Caroline’s Carts aid shoppers

August 17, 2014 Marketplace Foods is making carts available at each of its locations in Minot for families of children with disabilities. more »»

Car accident west of Minot injures three

August 17, 2014 Three people were injured in a car accident two miles west of Minot on Friday afternoon. more »»

Welcome to “the Porch”

August 16, 2014 CARPIO – What do three ladies with varying interests do? Open a store, of course. more »»

Record setter

August 16, 2014 BISMARCK – North Dakota continues to set records in oil production with a preliminary new all-time high of 1,092,617 barrels a day produced in June. more »»

Wharton files grievance against the park district

August 16, 2014 Former Minot Park District horticulturalist Steve Wharton said Friday he has filed a grievance with the park district over his July 15 dismissal. more »»

Journalist says Minot job laid groundwork

August 16, 2014 A Pulitzer prize-winning journalist says her first real job in daily journalism at The Minot Daily News covering Minot and the area laid the groundwork for her 35-year caree. more »»

More projects to come

August 15, 2014 A Minnesota development firm has completed nine projects, including retail stores, transload facilities and apartments in Minot and area cities in western North Dakota during the first half of 20. more »»

Park Board asks for input

August 15, 2014 Repairing the tennis court, adding lighting and installing more playground equipment were a few of the suggestions that neighbors of Riverside Park had for the Minot Park Board Thursday. more »»

Lake Sakakawea remains high

August 15, 2014 The level of water in Lake Sakakawea Thursday was 1,845.2 feet, approximately 10 feet higher than one year earlier. Although the latest runoff projections provided by the U.. more »»



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