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Volunteers, projects needed for Magic Day of Giving

August 24, 2014 Engaging for Impact: A Magic Day of Giving will take place Friday, Sept. 19, and will be the largest volunteer coordinated community service event in Minot. more »»

Stenehjem issues new ruling

August 24, 2014 Emails sent from a private account by a public employee are open record if the account is used to conduct or discuss public business, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem said in a ruling issued Friday. more »»

N.D. Master Gardener course starts Sept. 19

August 24, 2014 If you love gardening and sharing your knowledge with others, consider becoming a North Dakota Master Gardener volunteer in collaboration with the NDSU Extension Servic. more »»

Military Day at the Zoo

August 23, 2014 Cason Music, 7, and Cameron Music, 3, had a great time going with their dad, Quinn Music, from one exhibit to another in Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot on Friday. more »»

Don’t look back

August 23, 2014 Like many of his fellow students, Robert Perrin said he didn’t really want to be there or get involved when he first started at the Quentin Burdick Job Corps Center last September. more »»

Rebuilding after flood

August 23, 2014 Dave Merritt, director of Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot, said the contribution of a check for $7,500 from three electric cooperatives on Friday was a surprise to him. “It’s like Christmas,” he said. more »»

Concern over project location

August 23, 2014 POWERS LAKE – A number of residents in and near Powers Lake are concerned about an oil transport facility proposed to be built on the east side of the city near the lake. more »»

New water supply for hatchery

August 23, 2014 RIVERDALE – A reliable and secure water supply is vital to the successful operation of the Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery, but temporary pumps and waterlines have been in use at the federal... more »»

Downtown Minot events canceled

August 23, 2014 Due to the predicted rain and poor outdoor conditions, the Minot Downtown Festival on Main and Street Dance scheduled for today have been cancele. more »»

Scholars arrive for class

August 22, 2014 Minot State was just what they were looking for, said new Minot State University students Gunner Flynn, from New York Mills, Minn., and Quinn Williams, from Farmington, N.M. more »»

Warbirds in flight in N.D.

August 22, 2014 Aviation photographer Moose Peterson, along with Minot pilot Warren Pietsch, is telling the story of the Texas Flying Legends Museum warbirds and the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot. more »»

Briefly

August 22, 2014 Commissoners work on budget Ward County commissioners met with department heads all day Thursday to continue work on this year’s budget. more »»

Downtown Minot events on Saturday canceled

August 22, 2014 Due to the predicted rain and poor outdoor conditions, the Minot Downtown Festival on Main and Street Dance have been canceled for Saturday, Aug. 23. more »»

Candidate says keep products in state

August 22, 2014 The Democratic challenger for the position of North Dakota’s Department of Agriculture Commissioner, Ryan Taylor, Towner, says current commissioner Doug Goehring is wrong when he advocates moving... more »»

Head of regional jail in Devils Lake fired

August 22, 2014 DEVILS LAKE (AP) — The operations administrator of the regional jail in Devils Lake has been fired after months of controversy. more »»

Seniors on the hunt

August 22, 2014 In between sounds of the zoo animals talking in their native sounds, the musical renderings of a three-person band featuring the accordion drifted across the grounds at Senior Safari on Thursday. more »»

N.D. regulator outlines plan for rail safety program

August 22, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — A North Dakota regulator who has proposed a state-run rail safety program to bolster federal oversight says the effort would cost $500,000 a year. more »»

N.D. regulator outlines plan for rail safety program

August 22, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — A North Dakota regulator who has proposed a state-run rail safety program to bolster federal oversight says the effort would cost $500,000 a year. more »»

Briefly

August 22, 2014 MSU?looking for volunteers Minot State University’s Department of Teacher Education and Human Performance are looking for women between the ages of 40 to 65 to participate in a upcoming study. more »»

Projects next phase

August 21, 2014 After two and half years of planning, Vision West ND is getting ready for its next phase. “We will keep plugging along,” said program director Shirley Brentrup, Dickinson. more »»

Projects next phase

August 21, 2014 After two and half years of planning, Vision West ND is getting ready for its next phase. “We will keep plugging along,” said program director Shirley Brentrup, Dickinson. more »»

 
 

 

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