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Kalk, Reisenauer are candidates for PSC race

October 26, 2014 Incumbent Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk is running for a second six-year term on the commission. He is a former Marine and a former professor at North Dakota State University. more »»

Property-tax relief is priority with District 3 candidates

October 26, 2014 Two Democrats with past legislative experience and one newcomer are challenging three Republican incumbents to represent District 3 in the North Dakota Legislature. more »»

House candidates: Incumbent's record a key issue

October 26, 2014 FARGO (AP) — The two primary candidates for North Dakota's lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives agree that the race could rest on the short record of Republican Rep. more »»

Three Affiliated Tribes to choose new chairman

October 26, 2014 NEW TOWN – Three Affiliated Tribes’ voters will go to the polls Nov. 4 to choose a new tribal chairman and a council representative for the Four Bears Segment. more »»

Fedorchak, Axness face off for PSC seat

October 26, 2014 Public Service Commissioner Julie Fedorchak said she is the best person to fill the remaining two years of the term is is now serving because of her experience in the field. more »»

Engineer wants corps to dump water from Sakakawea

October 26, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — The North Dakota state engineer says the U.S. more »»

District 5 candidates look for relief

October 26, 2014 Providing tax and post-flood relief are priorities for candidates seeking to represent District 5 in the North Dakota Legislature next session. Republican incumbents running in the Nov. more »»

Commission race three for two

October 26, 2014 Voters will choose from three candidates to fill two open positions on the Ward County Commission in the November general election. more »»

Three run for Secretary of State

October 26, 2014 Three candidates will face off for North Dakota Secretary of State. more »»

Work nearly complete on 21st Avenue

October 26, 2014 Work is nearly complete on the 21st Avenue Northwest project, according to the weekly road update from the city of Minot. Temporary striping should occur in the coming week. more »»

Kraus-Parr challenges Stenehjem in AG race

October 26, 2014 Incumbent Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said he is running for re-election because the state needs someone with his experience in the job. more »»

McDonald named new president at Bismarck college

October 26, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Leander "Russ" McDonald is the new president at United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck. McDonald is an enrolled member of the Spirit Lake Tribe and former tribal chairman. more »»

Start of a trend

October 25, 2014 Last Saturday The Minot Daily News published a story on tepee-like structures that have popped up at various shoreline locations on the east end of Lake Sakakawea this summer. more »»

Another robbery attempt in Minot

October 25, 2014 Minot police are investigating an attempted robbery Thursday evening at the North Broadway Pizza Hut. When officers arrived at the restaurant at 2115 N. more »»

Boo at the Zoo set for today

October 25, 2014 Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot will be holding its annual Boo at the Zoo day from 1 to 4 p.m. today. Kids can dress up and bring their trick or treat bags. more »»

Blanket drive for cancer patients seeks helpers

October 25, 2014 BURLINGTON – A comfort blanket during a difficult time warms the heart as well as the body, according to a cancer patient who knows first-hand. more »»

Applebee’s says thank you to servicemembers

October 25, 2014 Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar will expand on its six-year Veterans Day tradition of providing free meals to current and former servicemember. more »»

Two butterflies to become protected

October 25, 2014 Two butterflies linked to North Dakota will become protected under the Endangered Species Act in a month. On Thursday, the U.S. more »»

Farm Rescue to help 300th farm family

October 25, 2014 JAMESTOWN – Farm Rescue, a North Dakota-based nonprofit organization, will reach a milestone next week when it helps its 300th farm famil. more »»

 
 
 

 

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