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New equipment keeps recycling center going

November 18, 2014 A new baler was a reason for celebrating at Kalix Recycling Center Monday. more »»

Frozen valve causes oil, saltwater release

November 18, 2014 ALEXANDER – A release of oil and saltwater caused by a frozen valve at a central tank battery near Alexander has been contained. more »»

Importance of patriotism

November 18, 2014 Andrea Johnson/MDN A color guard demonstrates how to fold the U.S. flag during a ceremony Monday at Our Redeemer’s Christian School. more »»

It’s all about the water

November 18, 2014 A proposal from the Environmental Protection Agency to control virtually all water has drawn the ire of state and federal lawmakers. Last week, Gov. more »»

Rottweiler bites child, grandmother at animal hospital

November 18, 2014 A 5-year-old child suffered minor injuries after being bitten by a Rottweiler on Saturday. more »»

Halliburton & Baker Hughes to merge

November 18, 2014 Spokeswomen for both Halliburton Co. and Baker Hughes Inc. said they did not have information yet on how a deal by Halliburton to buy Baker Hughes will impact operations in North Dakota. more »»

Minot man threatened another man with a crossbow

November 18, 2014 By David Rupkalvis Editor drupkalvis A 21-year-old Minot man is behind bars after allegedly threatening another man with a crossbow early Sunday morning. more »»

New road open

November 18, 2014 NEW TOWN –Every day, thousands of vehicles, many of them trucks, have been going through Main Street in New Town. more »»

Road construction nearing an end

November 18, 2014 As construction wraps up for the season, the city of Minot issued a final report Monday on projects that remain to be completed. Work is nearly complete on the 21st Avenue Northwest project. more »»

50 years of Artistry

November 17, 2014 Over the past five decades popular hairstyles have included a wide variety. People have teased, feathered, permed, bleached, colored or shaved the hair on their head in the name of fashion. more »»

The spirit of giving all year round

November 17, 2014 Souris Valley United Way is an agency that is in the spirit of giving all year round. more »»

Minot man threatens with crossbow

November 17, 2014 Alex Hovde, 21, Minot, was placed under arrest early Sunday morning for terrorizing and possession of other weapons, based on evidence and statements mad. more »»

No serious injuries reported in Minot fire

November 17, 2014 The Minot Rural Fire Department was called out Saturday night for a fire at 1415 52nd Ave. SW. The fire began in a fireplace chimney and spread to the attic. more »»

Great expectations

November 16, 2014 A number of Minot merchants say they are expecting a very, very busy holiday shopping season. more »»

Keystone Pipeline moving forward

November 16, 2014 After years of stalling, progress with the Keystone XL Pipeline is progressing quickly on Capital Hill. On Friday, the House of Representatives passed its version of Se. more »»

Making spirits bright

November 16, 2014 Members of the Minot Sertoma Club will be making spirits bright this season by illuminating Oak Park once again with their annual “Christmas in the Park” spectacle. more »»

Join in on the Pride

November 16, 2014 Wondering what to buy for Christmas gifts this year? The Pride of Dakota Holiday Showcase is back in Minot once again, offering more booths and homemade products than ever before. more »»


November 16, 2014 St. John man killed in single vehicle accident A 22-year-old St. John man was killed late Friday when he was driving north on N.D. Highway 1 and lost control of his vehicl. more »»

New high school on schedule

November 15, 2014 The new high school addition being constructed at South Prairie school will be new in more ways than one. more »»

Heartbreaking loss

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