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Step above a sloppy

July 19, 2014 The 2014 North Dakota State Fair opened its gates Friday for the first of its nine day run and this year, The Minot Daily News is doing a feature on foods new to the fair. more »»

Fair exhibit exemplifies junk

July 19, 2014 Fair-goers admired entries in the new Born Again Junk exhibit on Friday, the opening day of the North Dakota State Fair. more »»

Not-so big, bad wolves

July 19, 2014 The smooth movements. The beautiful coats. The piercing eyes. It’s all part of the Wolves of the World display that will entertain North Dakota State Fair-goers this week at Free Stage 7. more »»

Council hires city manager

July 19, 2014 Lee Staab was officially named as Minot’s city manager at a special meeting of the Minot City Council Friday. He will assume the duties on Sept. 15. more »»

‘It's been a real joy’

July 18, 2014 The first tractor that Steve Axness ever took to the field on the family farm south of Des Lacs was a Farmall M that his father owned. “I loved it. more »»

Keeping Minot clean

July 17, 2014 Minot residents are invited to help identify properties in the city that need cleanup from contamination and possibly blight. The City of Minot and U.. more »»

Prospective manager would bring growth experience to Minot

July 17, 2014 The top candidate for Minot city manager would bring a wealth of knowledge about infrastructure to a community building a lot of it. A search committee is recommending Lee Staab of Larkspur, Colo. more »»

Stenehjem talks school budgets

July 17, 2014 School districts are stuck with any budgeting mistakes they make and fail to correct before Oct. 10 of each year, according to an opinion issued July 11 by State Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. more »»

Searching for an answer

July 16, 2014 Rice Lake residents still are looking for a solution to the rising water threatening their homes and cabins. Residents had pinned their hopes on a proposed pipeline to drain the lake. more »»

House fire strikes, Red Cross helps

July 16, 2014 Around the hour of 1 a.m. Tuesday, when a lot of people have probably settled in for a night’s slumber, a house fire awakened two families residing in northeast Minot. more »»

Gone to the birds

July 16, 2014 STANLEY – The Village Church at the Flickertail Village and Museum has gone to the birds, but it might still be salvaged with an expensive cleanup effort. more »»

Park Board relieves Wharton

July 16, 2014 The Minot Park Board voted to dismiss horticulturist Steve Wharton during a regularly scheduled Park Board meeting held at the Minot Auditorium Tuesday evening. more »»

Burke County to petition to remove sheriff

July 16, 2014 The Burke County Commission plans to initiate a petition to ask the governor to remove the local sheriff, the commission chairman reported following a meeting Tuesday. more »»

Lake Darling releases cut

July 16, 2014 Flows through Lake Darling Dam were reduced to 425 cubic feet per second Tuesday. The release rate follows a Monday reduction from 2,000 to 1,000 cfs. more »»

Change of command

July 15, 2014 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – The 5th Bomb Wing personnel at Minot Air Force Base said goodbye to one commander and his family and welcomed another and his family. more »»

Minot house fire displaces two families

July 15, 2014 An early morning house fire on the 900 block of Second Street Northeast in Minot displaced two families when an electrical device malfunctioned. The fire started around 1 a.m. Tuesday. more »»

State exceeds 1 million barrels daily

July 15, 2014 BISMARCK – North Dakota’s oil production is climbing above the million barrel a day mark. more »»

City manager finalists meet Minot’s public

July 15, 2014 The three finalists for the position of Minot’s city manager say they would welcome the opportunity to help guide Minot’s growth in the coming years. more »»



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