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Robyn Gust named N.D. Athletic Trainer of the Year

May 18, 2015 If you have ever watched a high school basketball game and one of the players gets injured, then has to be helped off the court by a medical professional and evaluated, chances are you have seen one... more »»

Infant’s parents arrested over drug charges

May 18, 2015 The mother and father of an infant were arrested Saturday following a welfare check at a Minot hotel. A report alleged that the couple appeared to be under the influence of drugs. more »»

Walk to defeat ALS

May 17, 2015 Around two hundred family members and friends of people living with ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerois, participated in the EWAlk to defeat ALS Saturday morning. more »»

Sisters raising money for Salvation Army

May 17, 2015 Two sisters, Karisa Riley and Shanon Dellries, Saturday brought dozens of vendors and craftsmen and women together at the North Dakota State Fairgrounds to raise money for the Salvation Army. more »»

MACA plans June jazz festival

May 17, 2015 The Minot Area Council of the Arts will be jazzing up the summer in a new location this yea. more »»

Dirt, vegetables and happiness

May 17, 2015 Spring is in the air and that means chirping birds, trees sprinkled with pink and white flowers and the need to get our hands dirty in a garden full of fresh, damp and earthy dirt. more »»

Rainy day

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Rainy day

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How far they’ve come

May 16, 2015 Minot State University graduate Cameron McBeth had the audience in stitches during Minot State University’s annual commencement ceremony on Friday. more »»

Minot police honor fallen officers

May 16, 2015 Law enforcement officers from in and around Minot honored their colleagues who died safeguarding peace and harmony in the community at the annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony held in front of... more »»

Admiral to present top-level awards to Minot AFB wings

May 16, 2015 The Navy admiral who leads U.S. Strategic Command at Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., will be at Minot Air Force Base next week to present Omaha Trophies to the 5th Bomb Wing and the 91st Missile Wing. more »»

Making slow strides

May 16, 2015 A well-used portion of Minot’s community trail system , a section of asphalt walking path, collapsed into the Souris River during the 2011 floo. more »»

Clean up continues at derailment site

May 16, 2015 HEIMDAL – Clean up work is continuing at the site of a BNSF derailment that occurred last week at Heimdal. more »»


May 16, 2015 Hoeven asks BLM not to duplicate state fracking regs Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., has urged the Bureau of Land Management to work with states to eliminate duplicative federal regulations. more »»

Officer appreciation

May 15, 2015 Jim Hill Middle School students gifted the Minot Police Department with boxes filled with sweet treats on Thursday to celebrate Officer Appreciation Wee. more »»

Minot State graduation

May 15, 2015 More than 775 undergraduate and graduate students were eligible to walk through Minot State University's commencement exercises this morning. more »»

Senators introduce new bills supporting clean coal energy

May 15, 2015 Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., has introduced a package of bills to support the development of clean coal energy and to make sure coal remains a key part of America’s energy mix well into the future. more »»

Woman pleads not guilty to teen sex trafficking charge in Minot

May 15, 2015 Tayari Meadows, 20, pleaded not guilty to a human sex trafficking charge during a preliminary hearing at the Ward County Courthouse Thursday morning. more »»

Douglas man charged with growing marijuana for manufacture

May 15, 2015 DOUGLAS – Floyd Eric Hyde, 41, Douglas, has been charged after the Ward County Sheriff’s Department reportedly found 35 marijuana plants being grown in his residence Wednesday morning. more »»



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