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Reclaiming the night: Stand up and speak out

October 15, 2016 Take Back the Night, a walk to create awareness of and provide information about violence, will begin Oct. 27 in the Beaver Dam (Minot State University’s Student Center, second floor) at 7 p.m. more »»

Gillmore charged with child neglect, dealing meth

October 15, 2016 A 35-year-old Minot woman is charged with felony child neglect for allegedly permitting three children, ages 4 to 13, to be present while she was dealing methamphetamine last month. more »»

Nothing apparently stolen during break-in at Sammy’s Pizza

October 15, 2016 Minot police are investigating a break-in early Friday at Sammy’s Pizza, 126 Fourth Avenue NW. more »»

Couple sues hospital for negligence

October 15, 2016 A couple is alleging that their unborn twins died due to the negligence of a Trinity obstetrician and Trinity Health. George and Krista Bates are seeking damages in excess of $50,000 from Dr. more »»

Sara Moulton appearing at Gourmet Chef

October 15, 2016 Celebrity chef Sara Moulton, host of public television’s “Sara’s Weeknight Meals,” will be conducting a cooking class and book signing at Gourmet Chef in downtown Minot Oct. 26. more »»

Patterns in the sky

October 14, 2016 Anyone looking to the sky east of Minot Thursday morning might be wondering what they saw. Was it some sort of omen? A freak of nature? Nope. The explanation is much less glamorous. more »»

ND oil production drops below 1M daily

October 14, 2016 BISMARCK – North Dakota’s oil production has dropped below a million barrels per day for the first time in more than two years. more »»

Hearing delayed when subpoenaed detective is no-show

October 14, 2016 A defense attorney asked for all charges to be dismissed against his client Thursday when a detective with no direct knowledge of the case turned up to testify in place of her colleague who did. more »»


October 14, 2016 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Long-range bombers, including the B-52s from Minot Air Force Base, have been providing continuous bomber presence in the Pacific since early 2000. more »»

Boothe sentenced for criminal trespass, DUI

October 14, 2016 A 29-year-old Indiana man was sentenced to time served and probation for driving while under the influence for the fourth time and then going into a stranger’s Minot house last month. more »»

Zoo receives $40,000 grant; winter hours began

October 14, 2016 Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot has been awarded a $40,000 grant from the Oppen Foundation. The grant will fund a new education position for the zoo. more »»


October 14, 2016 Minot State Theatre present ‘Dancing at Lughnasa’ Minot State University Program of Theatre Arts presents Brian Friel’s “Dancing at Lughnasa,” directed by Angela Schnaible, theater instructor, in... more »»


October 14, 2016 Natural gas spill reported in McKenzie County WATFORD CITY – The North Dakota Department of Health reports a blowout preventer valve malfunctioned at a well site owned by Continental Resources,... more »»

Minot property taxes likely to be up

October 13, 2016 Minot property owners should prepare for a possible tax increase in their annual bill, based on budgets approved by local governing entities for 201. more »»

‘Wind’ picks up tonight in Minot

October 13, 2016 Tonight at 7:30 p.m., dramatic performances will take over the stage of Minot High School Central Campus, as Director Chad Gifford introduces the sensational play entitled “Inherit the Wind”. more »»

New city manager named

October 13, 2016 Thomas Barry, public works director in Meridian, Idaho, has been selected by a search committee as Minot’s new city manager. more »»

Structured schedules

October 13, 2016 MINOT AIR FORCE FORCE – Security forces with the 91st Missile Wing at Minot Air Force Base will go through a dramatic reorganization in mid-November, said Col. Colin Connor, wing commander. more »»

Baker sentenced for assault, terrorizing

October 13, 2016 A 34-year-old Minot man will serve three years in prison for breaking a man’s nose, terrorizing a family and fleeing from a police officer in March. Antwan Deshon “Bones” Baker Sr. more »»

Cop-kicker sentenced for assault

October 13, 2016 A 27-year-old Minot man will serve about 18 months in prison for kicking two Minot police officers when they tried to arrest him at Denny’s on July 28. more »»



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