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Money taken from downtown store till

April 18, 2015 Two women in their twenties are suspected of stealing cash from the register at Bernina Plus on Main Street Friday afternoo. more »»

Drugs discovered during traffic stop

April 18, 2015 During a traffic stop Tuesday on U.S. Highway 2 near Burlington, approximately six pounds of marijuana and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia were discovered in a vehicle. more »»

Briefly

April 18, 2015 Motorcyclist dies in collision An 18-year-old Elkhorn, Neb. more »»

‘Circle Mirror Transformation’

April 18, 2015 The Minot State University Theatre Department will perform its production, “Circle Mirror Transformation,” 7:30 p.m. more »»

‘Boomtowners’

April 18, 2015 The oil boom that has been drawing thousands of workers to the Bakken shale region of North Dakota and Montana is the subject of a new Smithsonian Channel docu-series. more »»

Time to celebrate

April 17, 2015 Many people who visit record stores say it’s like stepping into another world. more »»

"Hoax" device causes evacuation of Vegas Motel

April 17, 2015 By TENDAR TSERING Staff Writer ttsering@minotdailynews. more »»

Minot shifts some mail sorting to Bismarck

April 17, 2015 Starting today, a letter mailed in Minot will travel to Bismarck for initial sorting. The change being implemented by the U.S. Postal Service doesn’t mean Minot’s processing center is closin. more »»

Tapestry weaving

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Revised weather outlook for May

April 17, 2015 May temperatures are expected to be in the “normal” range for North Dakota this year. That’s if the latest projection issued by the Climate Prediction Center proves to be correct. more »»

Reassembling, restoring

April 17, 2015 Six months ago an F-106 Delta Dart arrived on two trucks at the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot from Arizona. more »»

Briefly

April 17, 2015 Museum to hold spring cleaning The Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village Museum will hold a spring cleaning next week, beginning on Monday. more »»

Fire danger persists

April 16, 2015 So much for April showers! Precipitation so far this month as measured at the Minot International Airport is a scant .05 inches, hardly enough to soak a soda cracke. more »»

Minot police officer injured while making arrest

April 16, 2015 Police arrested a 40-year-old Minot man Thursday for disorderly conduct following an incident in which a police officer received minor injurie. more »»

Motorcyclist dies in collision with semi-truck

April 16, 2015 An 18-year-old Elkhorn, Neb., man died Thursday afternoon when the motorcyclist failed to yield for a semi-tractor at an intersection two miles west of Minot on Ward County Road 14. more »»

Deering fire burned 2,000 acres

April 16, 2015 McHenry County Sheriff Trey Skager said the grass fire that started several miles east of Deering Tuesday was under control and no major damages were caused. more »»

Minot Schools deny claims

April 16, 2015 Lawyers for the Minot Public School District are denying all allegations in a $2 million lawsuit filed last month by Servpro against the school district. more »»

MPL adds digital creativity center

April 16, 2015 If you are a young tech savvy, amateur movie maker or love exploring your own creativity, then, you have got another reason to visit the Minot Public Library. more »»

Junk lovers unite

April 16, 2015 GRANVILLE – One woman’s junk is another woman’s treasure, and for the Granville Junk Aholics, junk is definitely treasure. more »»

Students duct-tape teacher to wall

April 16, 2015 “Tape him! Tape him!” chanted elementary school students at Roosevelt Elementary on Wednesday afternoon. more »»

 
 
 

 

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