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Weird weather weekend

May 19, 2015 Rain and snow that fell throughout the region Saturday and Sunday was just part of the weird weather that accompanied clash of southern moist air and cold system from Canad. more »»

AARP turns attention to interim studies on senior issues

May 19, 2015 After watching lawmakers turn its bills for seniors into study resolutions, AARP now is focused on making sure those studies happen during the legislative interim. more »»

Park board considers new golf course

May 19, 2015 A new public golf course could be in Minot’s future if the Minot Park Board decides to pursue a land purchase on the city’s west side. The park board meets today at 6:30 p.m. more »»

City to lower water in Roosevelt dead loops

May 19, 2015 The city of Minot will be temporarily lowering the amount of water in the Roosevelt Park and Zoo dead loop as part of the downtown infrastructure project this month. more »»

Stamping out hunger

May 19, 2015 It’s probably hard to imagine not knowing where your next meal will come from if you’ve never been in a tough situation where that was a concern, but it can be a worrisome issue for people who have... more »»

Hoeven: Bureau of Indian Education must provide better financial oversight

May 19, 2015 At a hearing of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee last week, Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D. more »»

Bill would expedite oil pipeline permitting process

May 19, 2015 Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D. more »»

Briefly

May 19, 2015 Sertoma to hold walk for hearing health The Minot Sertoma Club will hold a “CELEBRATE SOUND: Don’t Walk in Silence” event on June 25 at the Duane Carlson Stadium on the Minot State University campu. more »»

Celebrating Norway

May 18, 2015 With great zeal, dozens of grandfathers and grandmothers Sunday evening celebrated Norway’s Constitution Day at the Holiday Inn. more »»

Restricted Ward County gravel roads

May 18, 2015 Due to the recent rain and snow, Ward County is immediately restricting all county gravel roads to a maximum gross vehicle weight of 26,000 pounds. The restriction is in effect until further notice. more »»

Robyn Gust named N.D. Athletic Trainer of the Year

May 18, 2015 If you have ever watched a high school basketball game and one of the players gets injured, then has to be helped off the court by a medical professional and evaluated, chances are you have seen one... more »»

Infant’s parents arrested over drug charges

May 18, 2015 The mother and father of an infant were arrested Saturday following a welfare check at a Minot hotel. A report alleged that the couple appeared to be under the influence of drugs. more »»

Walk to defeat ALS

May 17, 2015 Around two hundred family members and friends of people living with ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerois, participated in the EWAlk to defeat ALS Saturday morning. more »»

Sisters raising money for Salvation Army

May 17, 2015 Two sisters, Karisa Riley and Shanon Dellries, Saturday brought dozens of vendors and craftsmen and women together at the North Dakota State Fairgrounds to raise money for the Salvation Army. more »»

MACA plans June jazz festival

May 17, 2015 The Minot Area Council of the Arts will be jazzing up the summer in a new location this yea. more »»

Dirt, vegetables and happiness

May 17, 2015 Spring is in the air and that means chirping birds, trees sprinkled with pink and white flowers and the need to get our hands dirty in a garden full of fresh, damp and earthy dirt. more »»

Rainy day

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Rainy day

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How far they’ve come

May 16, 2015 Minot State University graduate Cameron McBeth had the audience in stitches during Minot State University’s annual commencement ceremony on Friday. more »»

 
 

 

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