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New high school project still in the works

June 24, 2014 WATFORD CITY – A new high school project in the McKenzie County School District came in over budget, so adjustments are being made, said Superintendent Steve Holen. more »»

Pedestrian struck by truck in Minot

June 24, 2014 Angela Chu, 66, Minot, was transported by ambulance to Trinity Hospital at around 11:10 a.m. more »»

Man injured in Minot house fire

June 24, 2014 The Minot Fire Department responded to a report of smoke and fire inside a manufactured home in the 900 block of 41st Street Southeast just before 6 a.m. Monday. more »»

Earlier days

June 23, 2014 When the Rev. Robert L. more »»

Minot man hospitalized after early-morning house fire

June 23, 2014 MINOT (AP) — A 43-year-old Minot man is hospitalized following an early-morning house fire at 919 41st St. SE. Authorities were called shortly before 6 a.m. Monda. more »»

Claims history affects few flood insured in Minot

June 23, 2014 For a small number of valley residents in Minot, the 2011 Souris River flood was more than a one-time financial hit. It also bumped up their flood insurance premiums going forward. more »»

City PIO smooths information flow to public

June 23, 2014 Finding information on city matters such as the latest road construction detours or budget numbers shouldn’t be a hassle or a mystery. more »»

Centennial Celebration

June 22, 2014 PARSHALL – Orange ribbon cordoned off Main Street in downtown Parshall from First Avenue Southeast to First Avenue Northeast Saturday to allow for hundreds of people to line the sidewalks with their... more »»

Celebrating giraffes

June 22, 2014 Jazlynn Sweet, 4, and her sister, Kenna Sweet, 3, had a great time feeding and getting up close to one of the giraffes at Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot on Saturday. more »»

Wings of Freedom

June 21, 2014 Three warbirds with the Collings Foundation Wings of Freedom Tour will be making a stop in Minot at the Dakota Territory Air Museum June 30-July . more »»

New CVB director sought

June 21, 2014 The Minot’s convention and visitor’s bureau, Visit Minot, is about to launch a search for a new executive director to replace Wendy Howe. Howe held the position for more than 11 years. more »»

Mountain runoff declines

June 21, 2014 Mountain snowpack is producing less runoff than anticipated in the upper reaches of the Missouri River reservoir system, but record flooding is occurring at several downstream locations. more »»

Bureau releases draft plan for moving NAWS forward

June 21, 2014 An environmental study on the Northwest Area Water Project recommends a $207 million alternative that will enable the project to move forward in bringing Missouri River water to the Minot region,... more »»

Reminders of the Long X

June 21, 2014 WATFORD CITY – A small herd of longhorn cattle roam freely in Theodore Roosevelt National Park-North Unit. more »»

Minot woman’s work to combat cult abuse to get international exposure

June 21, 2014 Minot resident Lisa Kendall has made it her mission to expose and counter abuse associated with cult activity using all available tools, including social media. more »»

86-year-old drives into VFW Club Thursday

June 21, 2014 An 86-year-old man drove through the wall of the VFW Club at 10 p.m. Thursday, according to a press release issued by the Ward County Sheriff’s Department. The driver, Lyle Kilbourn, was not injure. more »»

Industry impacts

June 20, 2014 The oil and gas industry in North Dakota has nearly 20,000 jobs, with an economic impact of more than $1.6 billion in wages and more than $. more »»

Leavitt convicted of attempted murder

June 20, 2014 In less than four hours, a jury of 12 found Heather Leavitt, 36, Minot Air Force Base, guilty Thursday night of trying to murder her estranged husband, Timothy Leavitt, at his home on Feb. 1. more »»

Committee approves sales tax for facilities projects

June 20, 2014 A city committee is recommending continued sales tax funding for improvements at Herb Parker Stadium and Maysa Arena and more funding for the Perkett skating rink project. more »»

Parshall path to be dedicated

June 20, 2014 PARSHALL – As part of the celebration of Parshall’s centennial this weekend, a $300,000 walking path will be dedicated to Phyllis Cross in a ceremony at 10 a.m. today in the city park. more »»

 
 

 

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