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Hobby art on display

June 5, 2016 Paul Wirtz spent most of his life on a farm, where being handy and creative are useful skills. At 84, he still uses those skills, as he has shown with his latest handiwork. more »»

Local pilot & warbird took part in WWII hero’s honoring

June 5, 2016 Minot pilot Warren Pietsch and the Texas Flying Legends Museum’s FM-2P “Wildcat” took part in the memorial dedication ceremony honoring World War II hero John C. Waldron at Fort Pierre, S.. more »»

‘Friend’ accused of identity theft

June 5, 2016 A 22-year-old Minot man is accused of fraudulently using a childhood friend’s driver’s license last fall and giving a fake name to law enforcement during traffic stops. Canthony Joseph Cooper Jr. more »»

Suspect stars on candid camera

June 5, 2016 A 25-year-old Minot man pleaded not guilty Friday to stealing more than $3,000 from his employer, Sears, in Minot earlier this yea. more »»

Woman killed by UCLA shooter has local ties

June 4, 2016 A woman killed in Minnesota by a shooter who then traveled across the country to kill more people at UCLA in California has ties to Minot and Drake. Ashley Hasti, 31, of Brooklyn Park, Minn. more »»

Minot strives to be hunger free

June 4, 2016 Across the city of Minot, businesses and residents are rallying together in an effort to win the war against hunge. more »»

Early voting begins next week

June 4, 2016 Early voting in the June primary begins Monday in the Ward County Administrative Building. Ward County voters can cast early ballots Monday through Thursday between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. more »»

Hello, goodbye

June 4, 2016 Minot’s Roosevelt Park Zoo has a new baby and a giraffe family member has left the zoo for another facility. A Japanese serow kid was born May 10. more »»

Minot schools facing tough numbers game

June 4, 2016 Enrollment was slightly down in the Minot Public School District on the last day of school, but school administrators are still anticipating that middle schools will be overcrowded in the coming... more »»

Wild ride leads to felony charges

June 4, 2016 A 34-year-old Minot man is facing a slew of new felony charges after allegedly ramming a stolen vehicle into a North Dakota Highway Patrol vehicle Thursday night and leading law enforcement officers... more »»

Four applicants seek community facilities funding

June 4, 2016 Four entities have applied for project funding from sales tax dollars available through the City of Minot’s Community Facilities Fund. more »»

On your mark, get set, read

June 4, 2016 The lazy days of summer are nearly upon us and with that comes Summer Reading at your local libraries! It is important that children of all ages “practice” their reading each day of the summer so... more »»

Alleged assailant pleads not guilty, wants better life

June 4, 2016 A 33-year-old Minot man remains in jail more than two months after he allegedly broke into a trailer, waved around a handgun, broke a man’s nose and struck a woman and a toddler girl in the face. more »»


June 4, 2016 Construction hinders access to Roosevelt Park Pool Roosevelt Park Pool opens this weekend, but users will need to use an alternate route for access, according to the City of Minot. more »»

District 14 conflict takes new twist

June 3, 2016 An area district Republican chairman who stepped down at the urging of the state party says he is rescinding his resignation and questioning the spending of district funds. more »»

Minot zoo stresses safety measures

June 3, 2016 With animal encounters in the news in recent days – a Minot man bitten when he stuck his arm into the Minot zoo’s bear exhibit and a bear chomped his hand, and a boy entering a gorilla enclosure in ... more »»

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 »»



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