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Airports receive federal funds

September 15, 2015 Minot International Airport will receive $210,510 to design improvements to airport stormwater runoff areas, according to North Dakota Sens. Heidi Heitkamp and John Hoeve. more »»

PSC to hold hearing on oil pipeline in Mountrail County

September 15, 2015 BISMARCK – The North Dakota Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing Thursday in Stanley on a proposal to convert an existing crude oil gathering pipeline into a transmission line. more »»

Involved and informed

September 14, 2015 If you were living in Minot before 2013, you may remember seeing Shaun Sipma or hearing his voice on television as a news anchor for one of the local broadcasting companie. more »»

Police officer involved in shooting

September 14, 2015 A man attempting to flee a Minot police officer suffered a gunshot wound during a struggle with the officer Sunday, according to the Minot Police Department. more »»

Volunteers paint, workers build in Oak Park

September 14, 2015 Andrea Johnson/MDN (Right) A construction crew works on the amphitheater under construction in Minot’s Oak Park Sunday afternoon. more »»

A Quest: Finding WWII Veterans in North Dakota

September 14, 2015 Over seven decades ago, young North Dakotans left farms, schools, and the comfort of home to defend freedom in unheard of locations around the glob. more »»

A walk for prevention

September 13, 2015 About 300 people joined in the annual suicide prevention walk held Saturday in Minot’s Roosevelt Park, said co-chair Vicki Michels. more »»

More than a mere two cents

September 13, 2015 Coin collectors Grant Larson, 11, and Gunnar Larson, 10, found their passion for antique coins buried in a field near Leeds. more »»

Cookies for cops

September 13, 2015 It is a gesture that speaks volumes and says thank you in a very special way. On Friday 36 dozen cookies were distributed to area law enforcement personnel. more »»

Taube seeks help to bring water-damaged museum ‘back from the brink’

September 13, 2015 The Taube Museum of Art is counting on community support as it attempts to raise $30,000 in the next several weeks. more »»

“Building Beaver Nation”

September 13, 2015 Minot State University Homecoming will kick off Sept. 15 and run through Sept. 19. The theme is “Building Beaver Nation. more »»

A Day of Giving

September 12, 2015 A volunteer event, the Magic City Day of Giving, was held citywide in Minot Friday. more »»

Powers Lake man accused of murdering brother

September 12, 2015 POWERS LAKE – Aaron Ray Larson, 40, Powers Lake, has been charged with the murder of his 45-year-old brother, Terry Larson. more »»

A towering endeavor

September 12, 2015 Tall and stately, the tower stands silent and nameless. Beneath it lies the hallowed graves of this nation’s veteran. more »»

Sentencing hearing for Peltier

September 12, 2015 Cameron Lee Peltier, 26, Minot, was sentenced to 20 years in prison, with all but six years suspended, for fondling a 12-year-old girl in 2014. more »»

Reaching milestones

September 11, 2015 Construction on the Renaissance structure in downtown Minot completed a milestone Thursday with the concrete pouring of the second deck of what will be a three-story parking ram. more »»

Powers Lake man accused of murdering brother

September 11, 2015 POWERS LAKE - Aaron Ray Larson, 40, Powers Lake, has been charged with the murder of his 45-year-old brother, Terry Larson. more »»

Stewart’s lawyer seeks dismissal

September 11, 2015 A lawyer for a Minot woman accused of strangling her 2 1/2 month old daughter last March is seeking to have the case dismissed. more »»

Faces of the Zoo

September 11, 2015 Visitors to Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot can see the alpaca, a South American mammal related to the llama and the guanaco. The llama and guanaco also are South American animal. more »»



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