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Alabama woman facing charges after children found riding in pickup box

August 22, 2015 A 32-year-old Alabama woman is facing charges after allowing four children to ride in the box of a pickup truck. According to the Ward County Sheriff’s Department, Amber Parker, of Carbon Hill, Al. more »»

First block of Central Avenue reopened to local traffic

August 22, 2015 Local traffic can now access the first reconstructed block of Central Avenue, just west of Third Street East, as the Downtown Infrastructure Improvements Project reached a key milestone Thursday. more »»

Resilience AmeriCorps

August 21, 2015 Minot was one of 10 cities selected for the Resilience AmeriCorps program, as announced by Mayor Chuck Barney and City Manager Lee Staab on Thursday at City Hall. more »»

Soper in court

August 21, 2015 Former Sawyer superintendent Charles Soper pleaded not guilty Friday to possession of certain materials prohibited, a Class C felony. more »»

Lake Sakakawea water

August 21, 2015 The U.S. more »»

Festival on Main in downtown Minot Saturday

August 21, 2015 Downtown Minot will be bustling and hopping on Saturday as the Minot Downtown Business and Professional Association will be hosting its annual Festival on Mai. more »»

Bike, backpack giveaway postponed

August 21, 2015 The bike and backpack giveaway sponsored annually by Bob Gross, which was scheduled for Saturday, has been postponed until Saturday, Aug. 29, due to the threat of inclement weather. more »»

Recruiting, retaining

August 21, 2015 North Dakota has jobs and needs people to fill them, say those involved in the Find the Good Life in North Dakota initiative. more »»

Faces of the Zoo

August 21, 2015 The black-and-white ruffed lemur is a resident of Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot. This lemur is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List. more »»

Outlook for warm winter

August 21, 2015 It is looking more and more like North Dakota is in for one of the mildest winters on record. The Climate Prediction Center released its monthly and long-range outlooks Thursday. more »»


August 21, 2015 Jury says Dailey is not guilty Kihley Blaine Dailey, 23, of Minot was found not guilty of rape by a jury on Wednesday. more »»

Twenty years or more

August 20, 2015 Attendees at a public meeting Wednesday evening were told that it will be 20 years or more before the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Plan will be completed, if funding can be found to do so. more »»

Jury says Dailey is not guilty

August 20, 2015 Kihley Blaine Dailey, 23, of Minot, was found not guilty of rape by a jury on Wednesday. more »»

Minot conducts test launch

August 20, 2015 Forty-five years ago Wednesday the 91st Missile Wing at Minot Air Force Base put the Air Force’s first Minuteman III missiles on alert, according to Air Force Global Strike Comman. more »»

Enrollment up at Minot State

August 20, 2015 Minot State University president Steven Shirley said early fall enrollment numbers at the university appear promising. more »»

Church demolition

August 20, 2015 Gary I. Johnson, of Minot, says his memories of Augustana Lutheran Church are all good memories. more »»

Summer fun: Head to the Regatta & Beach Party at Fort Stevenson

August 20, 2015 GARRISON – Grab your suntan lotion and beach ball and head for Fort Stevenson State Park, south of Garrison, on Saturday. more »»


August 20, 2015 Rugby man dies in car-combine collision RUGBY – A 56-year-old Rugby man died in a car-combine collision 2 miles west of Rugby Saturday night. more »»

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