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Lowering the boom, with finesse

October 12, 2014 It was a test of skills well beyond the ordinary, especially in wind gusts approaching 30 miles per hour. more »»

Far away from home

October 12, 2014 A nearly 10-year partnership between Minot State University and a Norwegian university continues to pay off for both Norwegian and American students. more »»

Plow day in Des Lacs

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Sixth Street opens temporarily

October 12, 2014 Sixth Street Southwest has opened for traffic – temporarily. more »»

Class of 1937

October 11, 2014 RYDER – After classmates graduate from high school they might remain in contact while others will drift apart. But in later years many will come back together again. more »»

‘The Overnighters’

October 11, 2014 Williston. The land of opportunity. The land of broken dreams. For the last four or five years, Williston has been the answer to prayers of thousands. more »»

Souris Basin water on the move

October 11, 2014 FOXHOLM – A saturated Souris River basin north of Minot, primarily the result of heavy, late summer rains in Saskatchewan, has resulted in higher than normal flows throughout the system. more »»

Man killed in crash with train

October 11, 2014 A 55-year-old Arizona man was killed Thursday afternoon when a semi-truck he was driving was struck by a train in Ray. The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports Marion Ray Daniel of Show Low, Ariz. more »»


October 11, 2014 TODAY Free weekly soup kitchen (breakfast): 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Congregational United Church of Christ basement, east door, 430 N. Broadway. more »»

Nostalgic site

October 10, 2014 The First Avenue Building has been a fixture in downtown Minot for many years. For more than 40 years Dr. Paul Purdy practiced dentistry in the building. more »»

Leaking pipe leads to spill in McKenzie County

October 10, 2014 BISMARCK - The North Dakota Department of Health received a report of a produced water brine leak. The leak was caused by a corroded pipe connection at an Oasis well site in McKenzie County. more »»

Making a difference

October 10, 2014 KENMARE – A community’s preparedness to respond can make all the difference in combating domestic violence, participants in a conference in Kenmare learned Thursday. more »»

Flags to fly at half-staff Sunday

October 10, 2014 BISMARCK, N.D. – In accordance with a presidential proclamation, Gov. more »»

Heitkamp meets with Canadian Pacific on rail delays

October 10, 2014 U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp continues to push for better rail service for agriculture products. more »»

Duck banding

October 10, 2014 Submitted Photos An outdoor photography class at Dakota College at Bottineau took photos of duck banding last week at the J. Clark Salyer Wildlife Refuge. more »»

Optimism and concern at oil show

October 10, 2014 Attendees at the 4th Annual Bakken Oil and Product Service Show poured into the Raymond Family Community Center in Williston Wednesday to network, talk shop and investigate the ever-changing... more »»

High releases for Missouri reservoirs

October 10, 2014 Citing a need to evacuate floodwater and increase the amount of storage in Missouri River reservoirs, the U.. more »»

Marilyn Bohan

October 10, 2014 Marilyn Bohan, of Minot, will celebrate her 80th birthday at an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, in the Grand Hotel, Minot. She requests no gifts. more »»

Area Survivors

October 10, 2014 Elroy Johnson Area survivors of Elroy Johnson, 74, of Lakota, who died Wednesday, Oct. 8, in a Devils Lake hospital include his sons Randy Yoder and Michael Yoder, both of Devils Lake. more »»

An ongoing effort

October 9, 2014 Efforts by the city of Minot to clean up flood-blighted properties have made headway, and the state’s assistance in hiring a risk management consultant is expected to help even further. more »»



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