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County looks to address buyout, coroner issues

October 7, 2016 A downtown buyout and the future of coroner services are expected to be on the Ward County Commission’s upcoming agenda. more »»

Area high school students learn about finances

October 7, 2016 By ANDREA JOHNSON Staff Writer Area high school students got some good financial advice from their peers Wednesday at Minot State University. more »»

Burdick honors late teacher with chili cook off

October 7, 2016 By ANDREA JOHNSON Staff Writer The late Paul Christensen was remembered Thursday during the annual chili cookoff he started at the Burdick Job Corps Center years ago. more »»

Make a Scene Kids

October 7, 2016 In their first stage production, the young actors with Make a Scene Kids’ Theater are bringing the farmyard tale of “Charlotte’s Web” to the barn stage. more »»

Autism Spectrum Disorders Conference set in Minot this month

October 7, 2016 The Anne Carlsen Center and North Dakota Department of Human Services invites parents, educators and treatment professionals to attend North Dakota’s third annual Autism Spectrum Disorders Conferenc... more »»

Minot couple head to hurricane area

October 7, 2016 Allen and Carol Becker, of Minot, are among Red Cross volunteers from North Dakota going to the southeast as Hurricane Matthew nears landfall in several states. more »»


October 7, 2016 Power outage planned at visitor center STANTON –The visitor center at Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site near Stanton will be closed Tuesday, Oct. 11, due to a scheduled power outag. more »»

Man sentenced for being in possession of stolen car

October 7, 2016 An 18-year-old Norwich man was sentenced Thursday to time served and two years of supervised probation for being in possession of a stolen car in September. more »»

City talks tax redistribution

October 6, 2016 The distribution of Minot’s sales tax collections deserves a second look, the Minot City Council decided Monday. more »»

Pool hall chides city hall over tangled red tape

October 6, 2016 Entrepreneurs who hope to get a pool center open in downtown Minot brought their frustrations with the city’s permitting process to the Minot City Council Monday. more »»

Teen sentenced for drug dealing, possession of stolen property,

October 6, 2016 An 18-year-old Minot man will serve about 18 months in prison on theft and drug dealing charges. Noah Figliolino pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of dealing ecstasy, a Class B felony. more »»

Mayor supports citizens calling for hepatitis screening

October 6, 2016 Minot’s mayor has responded to community concerns about a hepatitis C outbreak by opening talks with First District Health Unit and Trinity Health about free, communitywide testing. more »»

City budget cut leaves Burlington RFD in quandary

October 6, 2016 BURLINGTON – The rural fire department that serves the city of Burlington is mulling its response to the city’s decision to cut funding to the department by about 47 percent next year. more »»

Friends of the Souris organizes final 2016 cleanup

October 6, 2016 Members of the Friends of the Souris River are organizing their final river cleanup for 2016 to take place Sunday. more »»

Hearing for Grosz set for Oct. 27

October 6, 2016 A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 27 for a man facing multiple charges for possession of stolen property and illegal possession of firearms by a felo. more »»

Local Boy Scout Troop produces its sixth Eagle Scout of 2016

October 6, 2016 Boy Scout Troop 425 of Minot will celebrate Aaron Gochanour becoming an Eagle Scout, marking the sixth Eagle Scout the troop has produced this year. more »»

Area recipients share in development grants

October 6, 2016 BISMARCK – A new steakhouse featuring regionally grown produce and meats is getting help to start up in a former bank building in Anamoose. more »»

Public invited to provide input on Souris River study

October 6, 2016 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, and the Souris River Joint Water Resource Board will host a series of public meetings this month to solicit public input on the scope of its U.S. more »»


October 6, 2016 Final member of alleged counterfeiting ring in court Bond was set at $7,500 cash or corporate surety Tuesday for a 22-year-old Minot man charged with three counts of forgery or counterfeitin. more »»



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