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Monument marks history

October 21, 2016 For 41 years, the downtown Minot Food Store stood as something of a monument to the hard work and community pride of its immigrant-turned-citizen owner, George Chuma. more »»

Bucking Horses, Bulls awarded for excellence

October 21, 2016 While they are the silent dance partners in rodeo, and they’ve won themselves some accolades. more »»

Facebook posts haunt Ruby

October 20, 2016 Former social media posts have come back to haunt one Minot legislative candidate, but his opponents consider the matter simply a distraction from the campaign’s real issues. more »»

Parking ramp bids total more than $500,000

October 20, 2016 The low bid to finish the exterior walls of Minot’s two downtown parking structures came in at $505,000 Tuesday. The Minot City Council will award the project at a special meeting Friday. more »»

Texting while driving cases highlight ordinance problems

October 20, 2016 Even knowing the risks of using a cellphone to text while driving doesn’t deter some people from using their smartphones while behind the wheel. more »»

Entrepreneuers honored

October 20, 2016 Several local business people were recognized Wednesday at the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting. more »»

Minot woman accused of exposing children to meth

October 20, 2016 A 26-year-old Minot woman is accused of exposing her three young children to methamphetamine in July. Ashley Marie DeGroat is charged with three Class C felony counts of child endangermen. more »»


October 20, 2016 Drake woman dies in Highway 52 crash DRAKE – A Drake woman was killed and two Minot people injured in a two-vehicle collision on U.. more »»

Free Medicare drug plan enrollment help coming to Minot

October 20, 2016 Minot-area residents are invited to a free Medicare Part D enrollment event Wednesday in Sleep Inn & Suites. more »»

State investigates produced water spill

October 20, 2016 BISMARCK – A produced water spill resulting from equipment failure occurred Tuesday in Mountrail County about seven miles northeast of New Town, according to the North Dakota Health Department. more »»

Council may see big pay increase

October 19, 2016 City council members would get a sizable pay increase once a new, smaller council is seated next summer under a proposal adopted a city committee Tuesday. more »»

Sights of the season

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Alleged Saturday shooter charged with attempted murder

October 19, 2016 Bond was set at $250,000 on Tuesday for an 18-year-old Minot man charged with shooting a man in the face with a shotgun on Saturday. more »»

Youth advance careers

October 19, 2016 Destiny Carbajal, a “super senior” at Minot High School-Souris River Campus, said the small class sizes at the alternative high school make it special. more »»

Kelly Buettner-Schmidt named nurse leader

October 19, 2016 FARGO – Former Minot State University nursing professor Kelly Buettner-Schmidt, who is now an associate professor in the NDSU School of Nursing, has been selected as a nurse leader by the American... more »»

Jail inmate allegedly urinates in food tray last week

October 19, 2016 A 26-year-old inmate at the Ward County Jail allegedly urinated in his meal tray Friday morning and gave the covered tray to a jail employee. more »»


October 19, 2016 4 people die on Fort Berthold Indian Reservation NEW TOWN, N.D. (AP) — Four people are dead after a two-vehicle crash on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. more »»


October 19, 2016 Brine spill occurs in Mountrail County STANLEY – A brine spill resulting from a treater leak in Mountrail County was reported Monday at a site operated by Arsenal Energy USA, Inc. more »»



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