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Former MSU quarterback makes initial appearance on aggravated assault charge

November 17, 2015 Former Minot State University quarterback Bradley Hunt leaned on a cane as he walked into court Monday morning to make an initial court appearance on an aggravated assault charg. more »»

Alleged drunken, chatty juror prompts mistrial

November 17, 2015 A juror’s alleged misconduct resulted in a mistrial being declared last week in the trial of a man who stands accused of hitting his friend over the head with a PVC pipe last year. more »»

Collaborative effort earns awards

November 17, 2015 WILLISTON – The collaboration between Williston Economic Development STAR Fund and TrainND-Northwest to complete the new TrainND training facility located at 415 22nd Ave NE in Williston was... more »»

Above and beyond

November 16, 2015 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – A Minot Air Force Base airman is among an elite group. Senior Airman Franklin Sloat is the only airman at the Minot base who is Ranger certified. Sloat recently completed U.. more »»

Reigning state champs do it again

November 16, 2015 The Minot High School Magician Cheer Team won the NDCCA(North Dakota Cheer Coach Association) North Dakota State Cheerleading State Championship on Saturday in West Fargo. more »»


November 16, 2015 USDA Producer Grants to develop and market value-added products Two Bottineau enterprises have been awarded grants through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Value-Added Producer Grant program. more »»

Beyond books

November 16, 2015 Main Street Books in downtown Minot is more than just an ordinary, run-of-the-mill bookstore. It’s more like a one-stop shop for all things literary. more »»

Business Briefs

November 16, 2015 N.D. universities awarded nearly $400k for pipeline safety research WASHINGTON –The U.S. more »»

On the rise

November 16, 2015 It’s more than just forgetting where you last left your keys. more »»

Playmakers to perform ‘13’ at Minot High School

November 16, 2015 The Minot High School Magic Campus Playmakers and Thespian Troupe 791 will present their fall musical, “13” this week. Performances are 7:30 p.m., Nov. 19-21 and 2 p.m., Nov. more »»

Sweet treats galore at Pride of Dakota

November 15, 2015 Some of the holiday sweets on offer at the Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase will definitely send people to bed with dreams of sugar plums –or of molasses spice cookie. more »»

Police ID suspected murder victim

November 15, 2015 Minot police have identified a woman who was found dead Friday morning at 519-16th Street Northwest in Minot as Angila S. Wilder, 30. more »»

Region high on heroin

November 15, 2015 The statistics seem unbelievable. But they are true, even shocking. The amount of the illegal drug heroin seized in the Minot area in the past year has increased nearly 400 percent. more »»

Great Expectations

November 15, 2015 GARRISON – The Victorian era of author Charles Dickens comes to life in Garrison, starting Friday through Sunday, Nov. 27-29. more »»

City officials take Minot’s story to Washington

November 15, 2015 Minot officials will be in Washington, D.C., next week to advocate for flood control for the Souris River Basin. more »»

Not enough

November 14, 2015 FARGO — What a difference one player can make. Senior quarterback Dalton Feeney returned to Century’s lineup in early October, and since that day, the Patriots haven’t lost. more »»

Suspected murder victim is identified

November 14, 2015 Minot police have identified a woman who was found dead Friday morning at 519-16th Street Northwest in Minot as Angila S. Wilder, 30. more »»

Woman’s death ruled homicide

November 14, 2015 Late Friday afternoon, Minot Police were continuing to investigate what initially was called a suspicious death near a northwest Minot school. more »»

Minot land owners sue over paving assessments

November 14, 2015 Landowners in a northeast Minot paving district have filed a lawsuit against the city over paving assessments that they claim were improper. more »»

North Dakota’s oil production declining

November 14, 2015 BISMARCK – North Dakota’s production of oil in September dropped by 25,378 barrels a day, the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources reported Friday. The state produced 1. more »»



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