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Meeting canceled on proposed Williston truck route

March 20, 2015 WILLISTON – A public input meeting scheduled for next week to discuss the proposed Northeast Truck Reliever Route in Williston has been canceled. more »»

Welcome mat is out

March 19, 2015 TIOGA – A welcome mat has been laid at the Tioga Airport. more »»

Drake-Anamoose honor roll

March 19, 2015 Drake-Anamoose Highest honors Grade 12: Haley Duchsherer, Kathryn Jund, Kelsie Kite, James Kuntz, Levi Lemer, Cassandra Monroe, Alexandria Thompson, Garrett Uhlich, Amber Windish. more »»

The gift of giving

March 19, 2015 “No one is useless in the world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else.”–Charles Dickens This quote is the motto of St. more »»

Public forum on MARC set for Wednesday

March 19, 2015 A public forum on the Minot Park District’s proposed Minot Aquatics and Recreation Center will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Room 301 of the Minot Municipal Auditorium. more »»

Wolford honor roll

March 19, 2015 Wolford A Grade 12: Rylan Graber, Devon Olson. Grade 11: Madison Marchus. Grade 8: Koby Marchus, Susan Slaubaugh. Grade 5: Kaylee Schell, Kiara Slaubaugh, Emily Yoder. more »»

Mom suspected of murdering infant daughter

March 19, 2015 From the outside it is almost peaceful. more »»

Saltwater release contained near Maxbass

March 19, 2015 MAXBASS – A saltwater release has been contained at the Peterson 2 saltwater disposal well about six miles north of Maxbass in Bottineau Count. more »»

Agreement would speed border crossings

March 19, 2015 Travel to Canada would be quicker and easier under an agreement awaiting approval from Congress. The preclearance agreement signed this week by U.S. more »»

Tribes to receive historic preservation grants

March 19, 2015 Three North Dakota tribes will receive a total of nearly $199,000 in National Park Service grants for the preservation of historic tribal sites. The funding is as follows: Spirit Lake Tribe: $63,36. more »»

Souris River Joint Board, Corps of Engineers to begin work in rural areas

March 19, 2015 In planning for regional flood protection, the Souris River Joint Water Resources Board and the U.S. more »»

Music to our ears

March 19, 2015 Andrea Johnson/MDN Concert bands from area schools performed at the Region VIII Music Festival at Minot State University’s Ann Nicole Nelson Hall on Wednesday. more »»

New building for maintaining B-52s

March 19, 2015 Eloise Ogden/MDN Col. Patrick Butler, center left, 5th Maintenance Group commander, and Maj. more »»

Gas prices differ

March 18, 2015 Oil prices fell to a new low this week, but travelers aren’t seeing much of a corresponding drop in gas prices. more »»

Remodeling the mall

March 18, 2015 It has been a long time coming, but from all indications, well worth the wai. more »»

Update: Minot woman in custody on murder charge

March 18, 2015 By David Rupkalvis Editor drupkalvis@minotdailynews.com From the outside it is almost peaceful. more »»

New ND revenue forecast drops with slumping oil prices

March 18, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — A new revenue forecast says North Dakota could see a nearly $1 billion shortfall in oil tax revenue over the next two years due to the slumping price of crude. more »»

Saltwater release contained near Maxbass

March 18, 2015 MAXBASS – A saltwater release has been contained at the Peterson 2 saltwater disposal well about six miles north of Maxbass in Bottineau County. more »»

Water Flowing, But Boil Order Still in Effect for Parts of Divide and Burke Counties

March 18, 2015 BISMARCK – Although water supplies have been restored via a temporary line to residents of Divide and Burke County, the North Dakota Department of Health advises consumers affected by a Western Area... more »»

Training moves jail closer to compliance

March 18, 2015 A new staff training program will be a major step forward in the Ward County Jail’s efforts to comply with state correctional standards, according to the Ward County Sheriff’s Office. Capt. more »»

 
 
 

 

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