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Minot mapped, punched into pieces

March 1, 2013 The Minot Daily News is celebrating the city’s flood recovery with a caricature map of Minot, featuring 82 local organizations and businesse. more »»

College welcomes Bear as land grant coordinator

March 1, 2013 Joseph Bear has joined Fort Berthold Community College in New Town as the land grant coordinator for the college’s agriculture department. more »»

Five reservation schools receive $100,000 each

March 1, 2013 NEW TOWN – School officials from six schools on the Fort Berthold Reservation were presented with checks of $100,000 each from the Three Affiliated Tribes to go toward combating drugs and alcohol. more »»

Souris Valley United Way elects officers

March 1, 2013 New officers elected for 2013 at the annual meeting for Souris Valley United Way on Thursday included: Jarid Lundeen, Tires Plus, president; Megan Grundstrom, The Preferred Companies, vice president... more »»

‘Anchors Aweigh’ for Minot group

February 22, 2013 Early last December, a group of Minot High School graduates from the Class of 1970 traveled to Maryland to visit Minot native and fellow classman Vice Admiral Michael Miller. more »»

New leadership installed at International Music Camp

February 22, 2013 DUNSEITH — The Board of Directors of the International Music Camp has announced the appointment of new leadership. more »»

World champion bronc rider to headline NDCHF annual event

February 22, 2013 MANDAN – Renowned championship rodeo cowboy and television star Monty “Hawkeye” Henson will headline the Saturday night banquet for the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame’s 17th Annual Celebration and... more »»

Seymour to chair committee visit

February 22, 2013 Tom Seymour, a Minot State University professor, has been selected by the Higher Learning Commis-sion to chair an accreditation visit to the University of Akron in Akron, Ohio, March 4-. more »»

Walmart Foundation’s giving program accepting applications through March 1

February 22, 2013 Walmart’s North Dakota State Giving Program announced that North Dakota non-profit organizations have until March 1 to apply for grants in this year’s first giving cycle. more »»

Society news and notes

February 22, 2013 Winter park receives grant for ski lodge The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation has awarded a $8,100 Quality of Life grant to Bottineau Winter Park to support adaptive sports programs. more »»

Returning Sailor to administer TREND Grant at FBCC

February 15, 2013 NEW TOWN – Edna Sailor returned to Fort Berthold Community College in New Town last month as the Trade Adjustment Assistance program-data coordinator. more »»

Society briefs

February 15, 2013 Minot library offering computer assistance, tech lectures The Minot Public Library is now offering free one-on-one computer instruction, by appointment. more »»

I LEAD visits Fort Berthold college

February 8, 2013 NEW TOWN – Representatives of a project focusing American Indian educators at Montana State University-Bozeman visited Fort Berthold Community College in New Town Tuesday. David Henderson, William G. more »»

Society news and notes

February 8, 2013 Special Olympics volunteers sought On March 15-16, the city of Minot will serve as host of the Special Olympics North Dakota State Basketball Tournament for the 31st consecutive year. more »»

Creating Wellness at the Expo

January 25, 2013 If you are interested in creating or improving your overall wellness in life, an event being held Saturday could help you achieve those goals — and possibly more. more »»

SRT gives to library program

January 25, 2013 On Jan. more »»

A happy birthday

January 25, 2013 ... more »»

Society briefs

January 25, 2013 Olive Garden sponsors essay contest Olive Garden is sponsoring an essay contest for students in first through 12th grades in the United States and Canada. more »»

No Parson Brown? No problem

January 11, 2013 By DAN RUDY Staff Writer Oak Park played host to more than its annual light display last month. On Dec. more »»

State historic board scheduled to meet

January 11, 2013 The North Dakota State Historic Preservation Review Board will meet Friday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. in the Legislative Assembly Room at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck. more »»

 
 

 

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