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Allen and Carol Becker delivered meals to Louisiana flood victims and others

September 1, 2016 There’s “a lot of devastation,” said Allen and Carol Becker, Red Cross volunteers from Minot who returned home this week after spending two weeks feeding people in the flood-devastated area in... more »»

Ballet studio to perform with Western Plains Opera

September 1, 2016 Advanced dancers with Rinat Mouzafarov’s Institute of Dance and Ballet Theater will perform Sept. 9 and 11 in the Western Plains Opera Co.’s production of “Rigoletto. more »»

Minot gears up for Maroon and Gold day

September 1, 2016 Minot High School Cheer Team is celebrating Friday as Maroon and Gold for the Minot Public Schools and the City of Minot in celebration of the start of their fall 2016 activities. more »»

Magic Day of Giving continues to look for ideas

September 1, 2016 The third annual Magic Day of Giving will take place Friday, Sept. 9 in Minot, and efforts are underway to garner more project ideas from the community. more »»

City considers plans, cost of finishing parking ramps

August 31, 2016 Completing the exterior of Minot’s two downtown parking ramps is expected to cost between about $226,000 and $251,000, according to information presented to the Minot City Council’s Finance and... more »»

Music acquitted in Dumpster Dog case

August 31, 2016 James Quinn Music, 29, Minot, was acquitted late Tuesday of a charge of animal cruelty. A 12-member jury received final instructions from Judge Douglas Mattson before retiring to deliberate the cas. more »»

New airport director hopes to draw revenue, people to new terminal

August 31, 2016 Richard Feltner, the new airport director at Minot International Airport, outlined his plan to increase revenue at the Kiwanis Club of Minot Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Townhouses proposed under new planning concept

August 31, 2016 A Minot developer looking to be the first to make use of a new city zoning concept ran into a snag at a Minot Planning Commission meeting Monday. more »»

Memorial dedication

August 31, 2016 Two warbirds and pilots with the Texas Flying Legends Museum will be taking part in the Estevan Soldiers’ Tree Dedication on Saturday, Sept. 10, in Estevan, Sas. more »»

Trinity nears settlement with Hepatitis C plaintiffs

August 31, 2016 Trinity Health may be nearing a settlement with plaintiffs in a Hepatitis C lawsuit in North Central District Court. More than 20 victims sued following an outbreak that occurred from 2011 to 2013. more »»


August 31, 2016 PSC to hold oil pipeline hearing in Watford City BISMARCK – The North Dakota Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing in Watford City on Sept. more »»

Bakken Briefs

August 31, 2016 First new school in century For the first time in more than 100 years, the Mott-Regent School District broke ground on a new school. more »»

Speed into Labor Day

August 30, 2016 The North Dakota State Fairgrounds will host Motor Magic on Labor Day weekend, Sept. 2-4, in Minot. more »»

Dumpster Dog trial underway

August 30, 2016 The defense said his actions were “simply a father doing what he should.” A witness said “training is a better option.” The text message read, “I’ll send him to doggie heaven. more »»

Former city attorney expects lawsuit to continue despite setback

August 30, 2016 A federal appeals court judge has declined to overturn a lower court’s dismissal of a claim by former city attorney Colleen Auer that the City of Minot misused her consumer credit information. more »»

EpiPens cheaper in Canada

August 30, 2016 Those EpiPens that cost so much in the U.S. can be purchased in Canada for lower cost. EpiPens are auto-injectors used for severe allergy reactions. more »»

School traffic to improve with more road openings downtown

August 30, 2016 Crews working on the Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project have opened three roads to the driving public. more »»

The Addict’s Mom announces Lights of Hope 2016

August 30, 2016 The Addict’s Mom announced their nationwide campaign, Lights of Hope, 2016. They will be honoring and supporting those whose lives have been shattered by addiction and remembering those lost. more »»

Keeping tradition alive

August 29, 2016 With ponytail bobbing, Tiffany Lee zips from table to table at Charlie’s Main Street Cafe to pass out meals and friendly conversation. more »»



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