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Bakken Briefs

August 8, 2016 Cops showered with cards In the wake of recent violence against law enforcement, residents of seven northern North Dakota counties have started a program to provide a card shower for local law... more »»

Futures Files

August 8, 2016 Corn Can’t Pop Corn prices continued their slow slide lower this week, falling under $3.20 per bushel for the first time in almost two years. more »»

Ready for visitors

August 7, 2016 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – It’s the first Northern Neighbors Day open house and airshow at Minot Air Force Base in a number of years and plenty of activities are planned for Saturday, Aug. 13. more »»

The Rodeo: Roping in the Family

August 7, 2016 For both the DeMontignys and the Gutys, the rodeo is a family sport. Kyle and Lisa DeMontigny met while on the college rodeo team at North Dakota State Universit. more »»

Appreciating the classics

August 7, 2016 Car enthusiasts of every age congregated to the Magic City Antique Club Car Show held at the Pioneer Village Historical Museum in Minot Saturday afternoon. more »»

Fire safety spreads across Minot

August 7, 2016 Residents across Minot have safer homes due to the partnership between the Minot Fire Department and the American Red Cross. Between 9 and 11 a.m. more »»

Shelby Huston to perform at Sibyl Center

August 7, 2016 STANLEY – Shelby Huston, a 16-year old competitive fiddle player from Minot, will perform today at 3 p.m. in the Sibyl Center in Stanley. more »»

Legislators satisfied

August 6, 2016 Minot’s Republican legislators came away from a special session this past week mostly satisfied with the spending changes made to avoid a budget deficit for the biennium. The Legislature approved a 2. more »»

Lakes menaced by dangerous algae

August 6, 2016 Stay away. Enter the water at your own risk. Cyanotoxins are dangerous for both people and animals. more »»

Downtown ideas sought

August 6, 2016 Public input was the goal of an idea session held at Minot’s Oak Park Thursday evening. more »»

AGT serves up economic growth for Minot

August 6, 2016 Sloppy joes with 30 percent lentils and scotcheroos made with fava bean crisp were on the menu at an AGT Food and Ingredients ribbon-cutting ceremony in Minot Friday. more »»

Changes on par

August 6, 2016 Construction started this week on a segment of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project at Souris Valley Golf Course. more »»

Sexual assault case is set for trial in October

August 6, 2016 A 26-year-old Minot man will go to trial Oct. 4 on a charge that he forcibly raped one of his neighbors last August. more »»

Man killed in rollover near Stanley

August 6, 2016 STANLEY – A 55-year-old man was killed in a vehicle rollover 20 miles south of Stanley on Friday afternoon, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. more »»

Victim of cement truck rollover identified

August 6, 2016 WATFORD CITY – The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified the victim of a fatal truck rollover 14 miles north of Watford City on Wednesday. more »»

Crop duster plane crashes in Sanborn area

August 6, 2016 SANBORN – A 45-year-old Valley City man escaped with non-life threatening injuries when the crop duster plane he was flying crashed in the Sanborn area Friday afternoon. more »»

Talk of tourism

August 5, 2016 Several Minot groups with a shared goal to promote the community gathered Thursday to discuss how to collaboratively increase tourism in a changing local economy. more »»

Hotel occupancy improved in Minot during the state fair

August 5, 2016 When the state fair was in town last month, hotels had a reprieve from the occupancy challenges they have faced in recent months. more »»



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