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Work continues to bring flood protection to region

November 27, 2014 The four-county water board spearheading flood protection for the Souris River Basin will be looking to the North Dakota Legislature for help in funding a project now estimated to cost $1 billion. more »»

Dinner for the homeless

November 27, 2014 Thanksgiving came early to the Men’s Winter Refuge Wednesday when two women’s groups joined forces to provide a holiday meal to the homeless residents. more »»

Giving tree

November 27, 2014 Jill Schramm/MDN A giving tree with ornaments representing the women and children served by Minot Domestic Violence Crisis Center sits inside Mainstream Boutique on the corner of Main and Central in... more »»

Three Affiliated Tribes to revise refinery project plan

November 27, 2014 MAKOTI – The Three Affiliated Tribes will be revising their plan for their refinery project near Makoti on the Fort Berthold Reservation. more »»

Schepps receive adoption award

November 27, 2014 STANLEY – Ray and Angela Schepp of Stanley didn’t find out they had been chosen as the adoptive parents of their son, Hogan, until his birth mother was in labor last Jun. more »»

Circulation announcement from the MDN

November 27, 2014 The Minot Daily News Circulation Department phone line will be open for distribution calls only from 6 to 10 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. The number is 857-1910 or 1-800-735-3119. more »»

Honoring those who served

November 26, 2014 Three military veterans from two different wars were honored when Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., presented medals to honor them Tuesday in the Ward County Courthouse in Minot. more »»

Refinery could be built in Minot

November 26, 2014 MDU Resources Group says it is looking at building a diesel refinery in Minot. more »»

Committee tables proposed weapons ordinance

November 26, 2014 Uncertain about the need to prohibit pellet guns and bows in city limits, the Minot City Council’s Public Works and Safety Committee voted Tuesday to table a proposed ordinance until February. more »»

St. Michael man was sentenced on felony child abuse and neglect charges

November 26, 2014 Nathan Jones Jr., 42, pled guilty to the charge on Aug. 27. According to a press release from the U.S. more »»

Turning coal into natural gas and a whole lot more

November 25, 2014 BEULAH — The vast majority of the properties owned by Basin Electric Cooperative have one job — provide electricity to rural co-ops throughout the nation. But there is one big exception. more »»

Food drive in memory of student

November 25, 2014 Minot High School-Central Campus packed up more than 8,500 canned goods and other food items Monday. more »»

Hearing delayed for Kenmare woman charged with child’s death

November 25, 2014 A hearing in the case of a Kenmare woman accused of the murder of her 13-year-old son was held over Monday until next March, pending results of a mental health evaluation. more »»

Minot Wreaths Across America surpasses goal

November 25, 2014 The first Wreaths Across America program in Minot not only has reached its goal of sponsored wreaths but surpassed it, says Richard Reuer, Minot American Legion Wreaths Across America event... more »»

Storage businesses, flood property repairs get planning approvals

November 25, 2014 With no protests, the Minot Planning Commission approved an entire agenda Monday, including permits for storage of potential hazards and variances to restore flooded “zombie” properties. more »»

3 people arrested for auto burglery

November 25, 2014 Three people were behind bars after an investigation into an auto burglary led to their arrests Saturday. L. more »»

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 »»



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