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Dead loops and coffer dams

October 9, 2016 The Souris River was winding its course through history long before the first fragile homes appeared along its meandering banks. The often docile appearing river was both a friend and a fo. more »»

Minot meets city manager candidates

October 9, 2016 Three candidates for Minot’s city manager position each highlighted elements of their backgrounds that would make them good fits for the job at a social event introducing them to the public Thursda. more »»

Minot coach opens youth basketball academy

October 9, 2016 Area youth will have a new opportunity to hone their basketball skills beginning Monday. more »»

Area residents win in photo contest

October 9, 2016 BISMARCK – Two area residents were winners in the 2016 Governor’s Photo Contest. Jeffery Smith, Bottineau, won the Places to Visit category for his photograph “Mystical Horizons. more »»

Budget approved

October 8, 2016 The Minot Public School Board gave final approval to the $103 million 2016-2017 budget at its regular meeting on Thursday evening. The budget represents an increase of about 4 percent over last yea. more »»

Celebrities give star power to Special Olympics North Dakota

October 8, 2016 Shimmering elegance, spectacular costumes and astonishing entertainment graced the stage of Ann Nicole Nelson Hall at Minot State University Wednesday evening, as local celebrities displayed their... more »»

Minot Action Network seeks answers on hep C

October 8, 2016 Chris Todd, organizer of the Minot Action Network, called on Trinity Hospital Friday to offer expanded free hepatitis C testing for all people who received injections or blood draws from Trinity... more »»

Delta Dart down

October 8, 2016 Fifty years ago on Oct. 12, 1966, one of the military’s most technologically advanced fighter aircraft at the time and pilot from Minot Air Force Base crashed in a field northeast of Carpio. Col. more »»

Minot man accused of stealing co-worker’s credit card

October 8, 2016 A 34-year-old Minot man is accused of making fraudulent charges on a co-worker’s credit card on Aug. 3. more »»

Heitkamp hails arrest of CEO

October 8, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp today called the arrest of CEO Carl Ferrer a needed step in halting his website’s role in enabling sex trafficking online. more »»


October 8, 2016 Nine interns serving in Heitkamp offices Tariro Makoni, Minot, is serving as an intern in Sen. Heidi Heitkamp’s Washington, D.C. more »»

Still shuttered

October 7, 2016 The owner of Minot’s proposed new pool hall questions whether the business will ever open in light of the city’s latest terms for a certificate of occupancy and the uncertainty of its alcohol license. more »»

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 »»



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