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City reduces open records bill; legal wrangling with former city attorney continues

November 25, 2014 In response to a North Dakota attorney general’s opinion, the city of Minot reduced its charges for fulfilling an opens records request from former city attorney Colleen Auer to less than a third of... more »»

City looks to purchase house in southwest Minot

November 25, 2014 The city of Minot is looking at taking the first step toward six-laning of 16th Street Southwest in the future. more »»

Wind a growing factor

November 24, 2014 While coal-powered mines will probably be the No. 1 source for producing electricity in North Dakota, wind energy is slowly closing the gap. more »»

Glenburn couple develops tasty Tatonka Dust

November 24, 2014 Tanya Owens and her husband, Marty, came up with the name while watching a bull buffalo stare at them in the front yard of their Glenburn area home. Tatonka Dust was born. more »»

‘Christmas capital of N.D.

November 23, 2014 GARRISON – This McLean County community transforms into a Victorian village during the era of Charles Dickens when it presents the annual Dickens Village Festival. more »»

At Antelope Station, making electricity never comes to halt

November 23, 2014 BEULAH — Once coal has been removed from the Earth, it becomes a key cog in producing electricity to power North Dakota. more »»

Olde-Fashioned Christmas

November 23, 2014 Some of us remember it – the days of the past when Christmas was a warm, community-centered wonderland. more »»

Northern long-eared bat in danger

November 22, 2014 North Dakota does not have many of them and probably never has, but there are places in the United States where populations once numbering in the millions have only a few too. The U.S. more »»

Electricity starts at coal mine

November 22, 2014 BUELAH — Electricity powering homes in North Dakota likely began more than 50 million years ago. At that time, the state had little resemblance to what we see today. more »»

Christmas tree event

November 22, 2014 Jill Schramm/MDN Mariah Schlag, left, and Amanda Olson decorate the “Christmas Splash” tree that was auctioned during the Festival of Trees Friday in the Moose Lodge. more »»

Trio receive Life Saving Awards

November 22, 2014 They respond when the calls come, regardless of the situation. Sometimes lives are saved. more »»

Pipeline Easement Information Center launches

November 22, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — The North Dakota Petroleum Council has launched an effort to help smooth relations between energy pipeline companies and property owners. more »»

Heating season heightens need for carbon monoxide vigilance

November 22, 2014 The importance of carbon monoxide detection devices and other safety precautions became apparent Tuesday in the suspected poisoning deaths of a Barnes County couple in southeastern North Dakota. more »»

Board of higher ed. violated open meetings law

November 22, 2014 The State Board of Higher Education violated the state’s open meetings law during a retreat last July, according to an opinion issued on Friday by state attorney general Wayne Stenehjem. more »»

N.D. firefighters

November 21, 2014 GARRISON – If you attend the Dickens Village Festival in Garrison next weekend and the following two weekends, you can stop inside the North Dakota Firefighter’s Museum on Main Street to view the... more »»

Murder suspect captured in Philadelphia

November 21, 2014 Anthony Leon Campbell, 37, was arrested early Thursday morning in Philadelphia, with the assistance of U.S. Marshals. more »»

Nearing goal

November 21, 2014 As of Wednesday, organizers of Minot’s first Wreaths Across America event needed 59 more sponsorships to meet their goal of 254 wreath sponsors, said Richard Reuer, local coordinator of the program. more »»

Explaining electricity

November 21, 2014 BEULAH – We’ve all been there. You sit down for dinner, pick up your fork to take the first bite, and the lights go dark. In most cases, the power comes back on in minutes. more »»

The season of giving

November 21, 2014 Many hearts were made light as the Harley Owners Group (HOG) Chapter of Minot donated $10,000 to the Salvation Army on Thursday. more »»

Higher education board approves admission criteria

November 21, 2014 FARGO (AP) — Admission standards at the state's two research institutions will rise in an attempt to raise graduation and retention rates without taking a major hit in enrollment, the North Dakota... more »»



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