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Waiting for a transplant

October 22, 2014 Heidi Petrick loves story books and teasing her nurses. Both help her through the dialysis treatments she needs because her kidneys fail to function as they should. more »»

Grain harvest mostly done

October 22, 2014 Most small grains have been harvested throughout Mercer County and beyond, and that means the harvest has moved on to other crops by this tim. more »»

Seeking support

October 22, 2014 When it comes to Rice Lake, it may be time to call in the National Guard. more »»

Bridge to temporarily closed on Friday

October 22, 2014 WILLISTON – The North Dakota Department of Transportation will temporarily close the Lewis and Clark Bridge on U.S. Highway 85 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday for bridge maintenance and inspection. more »»

Deciding for or against Measure 6

October 22, 2014 Charles Tuttle knows what it’s like to lose his children as a result of divorce. more »»

Polls shows tight race

October 22, 2014 Two weeks before voters head to the polls, the race for North Dakota’s lone congressional race appears to be tightening slightly. more »»

MSU class seeking donations for auction

October 22, 2014 Students in a communications class at Minot State University are seeking donors for their annual KMSU auction, which will be held Dec. 4. more »»

Park board talks zoo admission rates

October 22, 2014 The Minot Park Board approved a rate increase on Tuesday for admission to the Roosevelt Park Zoo. The admission price for an adult will be increased 50 cents, to $8.50 from the current $8 per adult. more »»

Foreign analyst from Sweden to visit the Minot area

October 22, 2014 The Minot Area Council for International Visitors has developed local programming for Therese Larsson Hultin, chief foreign analyst at Svenska Dagbladet, one of Sweden’s top daily newspapers, as she... more »»

Too soon to compare costs of insurance

October 22, 2014 Almost a full year into the changes mandated by the Affordable Care Act, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota is still trying to figure out what the changes mean as far as health insurance is... more »»

Police involved in four busts

October 21, 2014 The Minot Police Department had a busy weekend. At 3:33 a.m. more »»

Low income heating programs under way

October 21, 2014 More than 13,000 low-income North Dakota families will receive assistance with heating their homes this winter, thanks to $23 million from the federal government. U.S. Sens. more »»

PSC requests more staff to handle workload

October 21, 2014 Eight new safety and inspection employees are part of the proposed budget for the North Dakota Public Service Commission office in the next biennium. more »»

Pigs and blankets

October 21, 2014 It might not be an event that Miss Piggy would want to attend, but for the community the annual Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch Pigs ‘n a Blanket dinner and quilt auction might be just the ticket for a... more »»


October 21, 2014 Woman arrested after police chase April Marie Lacey, 32, Las Cruces, N.M., was sentenced to 10 years in prison Monday by U.S. more »»

Parker project nears completion

October 20, 2014 A $790,000 renovation project is giving new life to the Parker Senior Center in downtown Minot. Construction crews from Hight Construction in Minot have been working for past months on the project. more »»

Minot student’s invention takes him to Microsoft

October 20, 2014 Joshua Boen’s Marketplace for Kids invention was so impressive that he was asked to present it to a panel at Microsoft in Fargo last week. more »»

Crime climbs in Minot

October 18, 2014 An influx of new residents in Minot has led directly to an increase in crim. more »»

Hess plans to stick around

October 18, 2014 As oil prices drop and questions begin to arise about continued development in the Bakken, one major oil company says it is going nowhere. more »»

Reps say Measure 1 opponents confusing voters

October 18, 2014 Fifteen or more clergy members, physicians and others in favor of Measure 1 held a news conference at the North Dakota Choose Life headquarters in Minot Friday, urging voters not to be fooled by... more »»



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