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Williston area brine release impacts creek

January 10, 2015 WILLISTON – The North Dakota Department of Health said they have been notified of a produced water (brine) release about 15 miles north of Williston. more »»

Oilfield housing

January 10, 2015 The downturn in oil prices hasn’t had an impact on the oilfield housing operated by Target Logistics in North Dakota, a major oilfield housing provider in North Dakota. more »»

Basin Electric brings more Bakken generation online

January 10, 2015 WATFORD CITY – The region’s demand for electricity is still on the rise despite depressed oil prices that may have slowed growth in the Williston Basin. more »»


January 10, 2015 Tendar Tersing/MDN Two people were injured Friday afternoon when the car they were in crashed into a tree along Fouth Avenue Northwest near Oak Park. more »»

50th annual feed

January 9, 2015 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Two Minot men came up with the idea to hold a wild game dinner for enlisted members at Minot Air Force Base – an event that has become a tradition at the base and celebrates... more »»

Williston area brine release impacts creek

January 9, 2015 WILLISTON – The North Dakota Department of Health said they have been notified of a produced water (brine) release about 15 miles north of Willisto. more »»

School district approves some tuition agreements

January 9, 2015 Minot High School students from Nedrose and South Prairie who will be juniors or seniors next year will be able to finish high school in Minot. more »»

Trinity limits visitation due to flu

January 9, 2015 Trinity Health officials are requesting the community’s cooperation to limit the spread of influenza in the region. more »»

Berthold cracks down on BNSF over blocked rail crossings

January 9, 2015 BERTHOLD – Stopped trains that block street crossings in Berthold beyond 20 minutes could trigger fines under an ordinance recently passed by the town’s council. more »»

Minot State looks to enroll teens in ASPIRE program

January 9, 2015 Minot State University’s North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities is seeking to enroll eligible teenagers with disabilities in a study that might help improve their educational attainment... more »»

Couchsurfing in Minot

January 9, 2015 Have you ever thought what might happen to hundreds of homeless people in the city at a time when you are unable to step out of your house for even five minutes because of the bitter cold... more »»

Hearings set for Proposed TENORM Rules

January 9, 2015 BISMARCK – The North Dakota Health Department will hold information sessions and hearings on proposed rules changes for handling radioactive materials from oil-field operations on Jan. more »»

Souris Valley Animal Shelter to host Pins for Pets

January 9, 2015 Gilda Radner once said, “I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love. For me they are the role model of being alive. more »»


January 9, 2015 State reaches settlement in insuranace case BISMARCK — The North Dakota Insurance Department has reached a $4. more »»


January 9, 2015 MSU to host “Warrior Words” At 7:30 p.m. Jan. 13 in Minot State University’s Aleshire Theater, veterans of U.S. more »»

Majettes dance team to perform

January 8, 2015 The Minot High School Majettes varsity dance team is bringing novelty back to this year’s home show at 4 p.m. Jan. 17 at Magic City Campus. Doors for the event will open at 3 p.m. more »»

Building boom stabilizes

January 8, 2015 Fewer large projects contributed to a drop in the total valuation of Minot building permits in 2014. Building permits totaled nearly $182.9 million last year, down from $261 million in 2013. more »»

Trinity Health limits hospital visitation due to flu virus

January 8, 2015 By JILL HAMBEK Staff Writer Trinity Health officials are requesting the community's cooperation to limit the spread of influenza in the regio. more »»

Testing for TB to be held at school

January 8, 2015 BISMARCK – Students and staff at New Town School, grades 6-12 and daycare, will be tested Friday for tuberculosis after the North Dakota Health Department announced this week that an active case of... more »»



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