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Minot adding two more Eagle Scouts

August 19, 2016 Minot will soon be home to not one, but two new Eagle Scouts after their Court of Honor this weekend. more »»

Meeting on Highway 2 improvements near Williston

August 19, 2016 WILLISTON – A public input meeting to discuss proposed improvements to U.S. Highway 2, north of Williston, will be held Thursday, Aug. 25, from 5-7 p.m. more »»

Budget busters

August 18, 2016 The Ward County Jail is budgeting for $96,000 in additional monitoring expenses in 2017, in event the state decides to keep its eyes on the jail for a long time. The proposed $4. more »»

Completion nears at water treatment plant project

August 18, 2016 Workers were pouring concrete Wednesday on a vital section of flood wall designed to protect Minot’s water treatment plant. The pour involved the section of flood wall that crosses 16th Street SW. more »»

Are you creative?

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Pro-Am Championship gives to local charities

August 18, 2016 Golf enthusiasts across Minot can witness the rising stars of the PGA Tour team up with an exciting core of amateurs to raise money for local charities at the Western North Dakota Charity Pro-Am... more »»

Minot State faces budget challenges

August 18, 2016 Minot State University faces budgetary challenges during the next year, President Steve Shirley told faculty members during a convocation address Wednesday morning. more »»

Prison time for drug peddler who threatened woman

August 18, 2016 A 26-year-old Minot man will serve three years in prison for intending to deal heroin within 1,000 feet of Minot State University and for pointing a gun at and threatening to kill a woman who... more »»

Preorientation event

August 18, 2016 Twenty soon-to-be Minot State University freshmen popped Warhead candies into their mouths Tuesday as POWER center director Holly Major looked on avidly. more »»

Guilty plea entered in stalking neighbor case

August 18, 2016 A Houghton, Mich., man pleaded guilty Wednesday to a 2 1/2 year old misdemeanor stalking charge and was sentenced to unsupervised probation and a suspended jail sentence. more »»

N.D. Petroleum Council to hold annual meeting in Minot

August 18, 2016 BISMARCK – The agenda is set and registration is open for the North Dakota Petroleum Council’s 35th Annual Meeting to be held in Minot, Sept. 19-21. more »»


August 18, 2016 Local SCORE Chapter achieves Platinum Level Minot’s SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) Chapter recently had a chapter review with District SCORE leaders. more »»

Alleged dog killer James Quinn Music has been scheduled for an August trial

August 17, 2016 The man accused of killing his dog and tossing it into a dumpster made two appearances in Northwest District Court before Judge Douglas Mattson Tuesday. At an 8:30 a.m. more »»

Minot goes Organic

August 17, 2016 A culinary revolution is taking place in the parking lots and street corners of Minot. more »»

First District budget brings little tax change

August 17, 2016 A budget increase for public health is expected to have little effect on property taxes in Ward County. The Ward County share of First District Health Unit’s seven-county, proposed $1. more »»

Spread of Zika virus not a concern of local travelers

August 17, 2016 As concerns grow nationally around the spread of Zika, the virus has not affected travel plans of people here, according to local travel agents. more »»

Taylor Coleman, Minot, faces new charge of possession of stolen vehicle

August 17, 2016 A 22-year-old Minot woman who was sentenced last week for abetting counterfeiting is now facing a new charge for allegedly failing to return a rental vehicle for more than 10 months. more »»

Minot Red Cross volunteers helping out in Louisiana

August 17, 2016 The American Red Cross is helping out thousands of people in numerous emergency shelters in Louisiana after unprecedented flooding has left 15 rivers in record flood stag. more »»

The trial for Ward County Sheriff Steve Kukowski has been moved to January 3, 2017

August 16, 2016 The trial for Ward County Sheriff Steve Kukowski has been moved once again, this time to January 3, 2017. Kukowski previously had trial dates set for June 20 and then Aug. more »»



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