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Plan targets free range cats

June 3, 2016 A program to trap, neuter and return feral cats to the community would be possible under a proposed ordinance amendment advanced by the Minot City Council’s Public Works and Safety Committee... more »»

Housing buyouts

June 3, 2016 The North Dakota Manufactured Housing Association says it wants an investigation into how the City of Minot handled buyouts at Odd’s Mobile Home Park. more »»

Power plant surpasses 3 million safe work hours

June 3, 2016 STANTON – Employees at Basin Electric’s Leland Olds Station near Stanton have worked without a major workplace injury since October 2006, and the record continues to grow. more »»

Camper corpse case ends in plea deal

June 3, 2016 A 40-year-old Powers Lake man pleaded guilty Thursday to Class C felony negligent homicide in the March 2015 death of his older brother. more »»

City advances improvements for south Minot neighborhood

June 3, 2016 The neighborhood along Meadowlark Drive in southwest Minot gave support to a plan for modifying the 16th Street and 31st Avenue intersection at a meeting of the Minot City Council’s Public Works and... more »»

City advances improvements for south Minot neighborhood

June 3, 2016 The neighborhood along Meadowlark Drive in southwest Minot gave support to a plan for modifying the 16th Street and 31st Avenue intersection at a meeting of the Minot City Council’s Public Works and... more »»

Briefly

June 3, 2016 Younger Payne acquitted in felony case A 38-year-old Minot man was acquitted of a felony aggravated assault charge on Thursday. more »»

Briefly

June 3, 2016 Younger Payne acquitted in felony case A 38-year-old Minot man was acquitted of a felony aggravated assault charge on Thursday. more »»

Minot prepares to deliver resilience program

June 2, 2016 While Minot waits for the federal government to release specifics about the city’s $74. more »»

No phone service

June 2, 2016 There is no phone service to any Minot Public Schools buildings due to a power failure. The phones are expected to be back in service Friday morning. more »»

Trial ahead in overdose death

June 2, 2016 A Minot man facing several charges will have his case heard in court later this year. more »»

Head Start forced to make deep cuts

June 2, 2016 The Minot Head Start has been forced to cut staff positions and reduce the number of students that can be enrolled in Head Start and Early Head Start this fall. more »»

Multiple felony charges keep teen from graduation

June 2, 2016 An 18-year-old Minot man said Wednesday that he missed his graduation from Minot High School on Sunday because he has been sitting in the Ward County Jail on multiple felony charges. more »»

Fort Union returns to Fort Union

June 2, 2016 SIDNEY, Mont. – A longtime staple of the MonDak Heritage Center in Sidney, Mont., returns to Fort Union near Williston. more »»

Minot man’s past catching up with him

June 2, 2016 A 30-year-old Minot man is accused of failing to report to the Ward County Jail on April 29 to serve a 10-day jail sentence for a fourth offense of driving with a suspended license. more »»

Fight leads to multiple arrests

June 2, 2016 Minot Police responded to a report of a fight between a male and a female late Tuesday afternoon that resulted in a variety of charges. more »»

Alleged coke by mail trade ends in charges filed

June 2, 2016 A 36-year-old Minot man is charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute. Matthew Campbell made his initial appearance in North Central District Court on Tuesday. more »»

Briefly

June 2, 2016 Jet bridges to get new homes The jet bridges from Minot’s former airport terminal appear to be headed to new homes. more »»

Man charged after scuffle with deputy

June 2, 2016 A 28-year-old Minot man is accused of biting a Ward County Sheriff’s Deputy on the wrist while resisting arrest on Saturday. more »»

Amnesty Project for past-due child support

June 2, 2016 BISMARCK – Parents who are behind on child support payments are encouraged to participate in the Child Support Program’s Amnesty Project. more »»

 
 

 

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