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In memory of his wife

July 29, 2016 GRANVILLE – Donald Rollman of Granville has done amazing work and craftsmanship in creating a memorial in his yard for his late wife, Cleone. more »»

Button vendors at State Fair for 1st time

July 29, 2016 Button, button. Who’s got the button? Liz Hoppman and Kae Watson, owners of 183 Trading Company in Minot do. And there’s plenty of them. more »»

Tiny houses

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On deck

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ON THE SCENE: Keepsake quilt

July 22, 2016 Mary Pugh of Bottineau and her mother made quilts for all 11 children in the family. more »»

Directly from the farm

July 15, 2016 Minot Farmers Market vendors were up early Tuesday morning to set up their displays of garden fresh vegetables, baked goods and other items by opening time at 9 a.m. more »»

Willy and Lora Soderholm have backyard waterfall for Minot Symphony Orchestra's Secret Garden Tour 2016

July 7, 2016 The quiet, soothing sound of water comes from the rock waterfall in the backyard garden at the home of Willy and Lora Soderholm in Mino. more »»

Secret Gardens

June 30, 2016 Beautiful landscaped patios are a feature of Wayne and Della Martinsen’s yard. more »»

Celebrate the Fourth of July with red, white and blue

June 24, 2016 Independence Day, or the Fourth of July, is rapidly approaching. A federal holiday, it is a day to celebrate the birth of American independence. more »»

Some guidelines to follow when flying the U.S. flag

June 24, 2016 When flying the flag from your house, etc., there are some general guidelines to follow. Federal law stipulates many aspects of flag etiquette. more »»

Last-minute gifts for Father’s Day

June 17, 2016 Is your dad one of the toughest people to buy a gift for Father’s Day? It might be because he buys what he needs and doesn’t ask for gifts, or any assortment of reasons. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Frontier Military Days about life in the 1870s

June 17, 2016 GARRISON – What was life like at a military post in the 1870s? Re-enactors tell the story during Fort Stevenson Frontier Military Days. more »»

Tattoo boom

June 10, 2016 Zephyrique Ereth, of Minot, watches while Bill DeNovio does a custom-designed tattoo on her left hand. Ereth is getting a tattoo that includes the time of her daughter’s birth. more »»

It’s a good life

June 3, 2016 Nice weather is here and it’s time to get out and enjoy it. Members of the Sakakawea Chapter of the Good Sam RV Club get together at regularly scheduled monthly campouts several months of the year. more »»

Kites, kites, kites

May 27, 2016 GARRISON – Big kites, little kites, brightly colored kites, – kites of all colors and types will be dotting the sky on the lawn of the Guardhouse at Fort Stevenson State Park, south of Garrison,... more »»


May 20, 2016 John Piatz of Minot makes the rounds of the four thrift stores in Minot daily, looking for special items he collects or something that might be of interest to hi. more »»

ON THE SCENE: A focus on art

May 20, 2016 Monday evening’s Minot Public Schools Spring Jazz Concert coincided perfectly with the opening of the Magic City Campus Senior Art Show. more »»

Community Garden

May 13, 2016 Would you like to have a garden but you don’t live where you can have one, or you have a site for a garden but can’t access water for it? The Minot Rainbow Gardens organization has garden plots in... more »»

ON THE SCENE: Family or friends planning to visit Minot?

May 13, 2016 If you have friends or family coming to Minot for a visit and need information for them about the local community, Visit Minot, the convention and visitors bureau along South Broadway, can help. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Remembering Kennedy

May 6, 2016 By ELOISE OGDEN Regional Editor Kennedy Bruce loved the zoo, said one of her relative. more »»



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