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Three seek two seats on Ward County Commission

April 8, 2014 Former county commissioner Kari Lee Conrad, newcomer Larry Louser and incumbent John Fjeldahl filed to run for Ward County Commission Monda. more »»

F-15 Eagle to soar

April 6, 2014 An F-15 Eagle is getting ready to “soar” again, this time at ground level at the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot. There, volunteers have been working over past weeks to get it ready for displa. more »»

Republicans recognize Hildahl for decades of service

April 6, 2014 Even while working toward the U.S. citizenship granted in 1951, Alma Hildahl was preparing to become an active participant in her new country’s government. more »»

Minot State at the mall

April 6, 2014 It was mostly a sea of red in the middle of the Dakota Square Mall Saturday afternoon as Minot State University students, faculty and staff set up tables and displays for people passing by, as a way... more »»

Flion Lions food drive

April 6, 2014 The Hooterville Flion Lions Club conducted its semiannual food drive project on Saturday with help from some Boy Scout members from the Minot Air Force Base. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

A little tax relief

April 5, 2014 Many Minot homeowners won’t see an increase in their property assessments this year, which is something that hasn’t happened for a long time. more »»

Imagine Minot ramps up

April 5, 2014 Work on Minot’s two downtown parking structures is scheduled to resume soon after taking a weather-related winter break. more »»

Higher summer in store for Lake Sakakawea

April 5, 2014 With each month’s runoff outlook in 2014 the projected water elevation for Lake Sakakawea this year has increased. more »»

Minot police investigating theft and abduction

April 5, 2014 An 18-year-old man entered the Minot Police Department Monday to report that he had been abducted and that his truck and other personal effects had been stolen. more »»

Peddling the wrong Destination

April 5, 2014 Minot Area Chamber of Commerce president . more »»

MSU lands 25 students on ‘Who’s Who’ listing

April 5, 2014 “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” selected 25 juniors and seniors from Minot State University for inclusion in the 2014 edition. more »»

Riverfront and Center

April 4, 2014 Minot residents at an open house Thurday caught of glimpse of how the river valley through the city might look in time. more »»

Hotels for New Town

April 4, 2014 NEW TOWN – The 91-room Little Missouri Inn & Suites family-style hotel and 103-room Teddy’s Residential Suites extended-stay hotel will be opening this year on the east side of New Town. more »»

RSI shines blue light on autism in April

April 4, 2014 Rehab Services Inc. is lighting it up blue along Broadway for the next couple of week. more »»

Tax help services

April 3, 2014 More taxpayers are seeking out free income-tax filing help from Minot’s tax assistance centers this year. more »»

Sunnyside students busing to Bell

April 3, 2014 At least 18 children who currently attend Sunnyside Elementary will be switching schools this fal. more »»

Cookies and tulips to brighten the day

April 3, 2014 A group of Girl Scouts helped brighten the day of patients going through cancer treatments by not just their smiling faces and boisterous behavior, but also through cookies and flowers. more »»

Committee looks at city recycling potential

April 3, 2014 The City of Minot has no plans to start a curbside recycling program, although it is open to options for reducing the waste entering the city landfill, Minot public works director Dan Jonasson told... more »»

Patients sue ManorCare over hepatitis C outbreak

April 3, 2014 A victim of the second largest hepatitis C outbreak in U.S. history has filed a class action lawsuit over the incident of patients at ManorCare Nursing Home being infected with hepatitis C. more »»



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