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June 7, 2014 Brine spill occurs in Bottineau County About 1,000 barrels of salt brine were released at an injection well site in Bottineau County, with abut 100 barrels escaping the site into a neighboring... more »»

Remembering

June 6, 2014 Mel Newman was one of the U.S. soldiers who landed on the beach at Normandy on D-Day, 70 years ago. more »»

Obama appoints new Naval Academy superintendent

June 6, 2014 ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — President Barack Obama appointed a new superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy, the defense secretary said Friday. The appointment of Navy Rear Ad. more »»

Obama appoints new Naval Academy superintendent

June 6, 2014 ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A former “Top Gun” pilot who recently led the school that teaches the nation’s Navy leaders has been chosen by President Barack Obama to head the U.. more »»

Minot drainage not designed for Wednesday’s deluge

June 6, 2014 Wednesday’s rain deluge in Minot left many streets with pooling water and made certain roadways impassable. more »»

Air Force appreciated

June 6, 2014 On the day before the 70th anniversary of D-Day, the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee dedicated a B-52H model that now “flies” in front of the Dakota Territory Air Museum... more »»

Kids make plans for summer vacation

June 6, 2014 Thursday was the last day of school for children in the Minot Public Schools and Edison Elementary was hopping with excitemen. more »»

Sudden storm dumps heavy rain

June 6, 2014 It didn’t last very long but it certainly was intense. Minot was centered in the path of a storm cell that packed heavy rain, wind and hail Wednesday night. Fortunately, the storm was short lived. more »»

Incentive Fund

June 5, 2014 North Dakota’s investment in affordable housing is paying dividends for communities struggling to house essential workers, seniors and low-income familie. more »»

More meth, fewer assaults

June 5, 2014 The most dramatic numbers revealed in the Ward County Sheriff’s Department’s 2013 Annual Report indicate that the street value of crystallized methamphetamine seized countywide grew by more than 600... more »»

Underage drinking

June 5, 2014 Minot has been rapidly growing and seeing an influx of people moving in, and while the city might not have as much of that small town charm like it once had, residents and officials continue in thei... more »»

Sakakawea to exceed 2013 levels

June 5, 2014 RIVERDALE – Lake Sakakawea is expected to reach a water level 10 feet higher than during the summer of 2013 but will remain well within the reservoir’s flood control zone. more »»

School funding unconstitutional

June 5, 2014 School districts cannot rely on grants from the state’s common schools trust fund to fund capital projects, according to a ruling issued by North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. more »»

A new life after old life

June 4, 2014 MADDOCK – A historic opera house in Maddock is seeing new life thanks to a group of dedicated volunteers. more »»

County board sees need for tax code change

June 4, 2014 A number of Ward County residents aren’t happy to learn their garages or storage sheds are being taxed as commercial property, and Ward County Commission chairman Jerome Gruenberg of Burlington is... more »»

New publisher at Minot Daily News

June 4, 2014 Steven McLister has been named publisher of The Minot Daily News. Previously with Forum Communications Co. in Fargo, he brings 24 years of newspaper management experience to the News. more »»

Candidates speak out at Minot forum

June 4, 2014 Mayoral candidate Chuck Barney and his newly announced challenger, Kevin Mehrer, shared their campaign messages Tuesday at a candidate forum sponsored by the Minot Kiwanis. more »»

 
 

 

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