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Blood donors needed to aid storm-affected states

January 27, 2016 United Blood Services in Minot is asking area residents to donate blood to assist parts of the eastern United States that have been hard hit with a massive winter storm. more »»

USDA expands microloan program to assist farmers

January 27, 2016 JAMESTOWN –The U.S. Department of Agriculture will expand a federal microloan program to assist beginning farmers and ranchers, veterans, small producers and underserved communities in agriculture. more »»

Connole won’t be council candidate

January 27, 2016 Ward 7 alderman Kevin Connole has announced he will not be a candidate for re-election to the Minot City Council this June. He was appointed to the seat in December 2011 and was elected in June 201. more »»

Students lend a hand

January 26, 2016 North Dakota Catholic high school students and priests were stranded on their charter bus in Pennsylvania for some 19 hours on Friday night during the super storm that hit the eastern United States... more »»

Simple steps

January 26, 2016 If you are planning to start a business, a free workshop being held Tuesday, Feb. 9, at the Minot Public Library by the Minot SCORE Chapter will help you. more »»

No tall tale

January 26, 2016 ROLLA – The historic and picturesque Coghlan Castle will soon have an interpretive panel to help its admirers learn more about its history. more »»

Forum set to discuss school boundary changes

January 26, 2016 The Minot Public School District will host a community forum at 6:30 p.m. Feb 2 in the Erik Ramstad Middle School, 1215-36th Ave. more »»

Pipeline project permits now approved in three states

January 26, 2016 DALLAS – The Dakota Access Pipeline Project continues to finalize its construction plans and secure the necessary land easements in preparation to begin construction of the 1,168-mile crude oil... more »»

New trial date for Aho

January 26, 2016 A second jury trial date has been tentatively set for Feb. 24 for Weston James Aho, 27, Sawyer, who is accused of hitting his friend over the head with a PVC pipe in 2014. more »»

Broman case set for trial

January 26, 2016 Rodney Lee Broman III, 24, is scheduled to go to trial next week on a charge that he choked his girlfriend until she passed out last June. more »»

Departing soon?

January 24, 2016 Engineers are recommending demolition of Minot’s existing airport terminal after a new terminal opens at the end of February. more »»

African Americans have history in N.D.

January 24, 2016 Many North Dakotans may believe that the history of the state is primarily the story of Native American tribes, French Canadian fur traders and settlers who hailed from Scandinavia or from Germany... more »»

Driftbusters of old

January 24, 2016 You could almost hear the old engines come to life and see goggle-clad drivers grab hold of the handle bars before disappearing into the fog of blowing snow. more »»

Brandt seeks Democratic-NPL District 6 House endorsement

January 24, 2016 KRAMER – Jean “Jeannie” Brandt, Kramer, has announced she will seek the candidate endorsement for the North Dakota State House of Representatives from the District 6 Democratic-NPL Party at its... more »»

Former Minot missile commander has new assignment

January 24, 2016 A former commander of the 91st Missile Wing at Minot Air Force Base has been assigned as director, Operations, at Headquarters Air Force Global Strike Command at Barksdale AFB, La. Brig. Gen. more »»

Bank bandit bagged

January 23, 2016 Minot Police said Friday afternoon that they had identified the man who robbed a downtown Minot bank on Thursday. more »»

Waving winter away

January 23, 2016 Winter may not be over, but you can just about wave it goodbye. Maybe. more »»

Flaring issue

January 23, 2016 More regulations are not needed, said Congressman Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., in response to the U.. more »»

Two incumbents pass, one newcomer so far in upcoming city election

January 23, 2016 The seven seats to be filled on the Minot City Council can be expected to include some new faces. Two current aldermen have indicated they are not seeking re-election. more »»

Battle persists

January 23, 2016 North Central District Court Judge Todd Cresap said he will decide whether the Ward County Historical Society has any legal right to be on the North Dakota State Fair Grounds, not whether it should... more »»



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