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Hard work paying off for Minot’s Argent

September 4, 2014 While many high schoolers spent the summer by the pool or on the beach, Minot High sophomore Paige Argent spent it on the golf course. more »»

Hazen marks 23rd straight win with Coal Bowl victory

September 4, 2014 Hazen has been the benchmark by which Class A football has been measured for the past two seasons. more »»

Errors abound

September 3, 2014 The Minot High volleyball team came out with intensity during Thursday’s match against Mandan, winning eight of the first 10 points to establish early momentum. more »»

Fast starts, serving fuel Knights’ sweep of Aggies

September 3, 2014 By MIKE KRAFT Staff Writer It took all of 50 minutes for the Our Redeemer’s Christian School volleyball team to collect its first win of the young season Tuesday. more »»

Cunha named Minot State’s Week 1 starter

September 3, 2014 The Minot State football team on Tuesday released its first two-deep depth chart of the season. At the top of the quarterback slot, MSU coach Tyler Hughes listed junior Zac Cunha as starter. more »»


September 3, 2014 Williston native joins Jets practice squad NEW YORK — Former Williston High lineman Brent Qvale signed with the New York Jets practice squad Sunday. more »»

Boag lands pro deal

September 1, 2014 On Aug. 7, while traveling around Europe with friends and family, Carly Boag received a phone call from her agent, Richard Dale Mock. Pack your bags, he said. And most importantly, pack your sneakers. more »»

HOLMGREN: Prep football fans to decide Pigskin Player of the Week

September 1, 2014 If Fridays alone don't provide enough competition for area prep football fans, I've got some good news. more »»

ORCS returns experience from 2013 campaign

September 1, 2014 Second-year Our Redeemer’s Christian School volleyball coach Kara Nunziato believes seniors are critical to a team’s success, especially come postseason tim. more »»

Turnbull takes Motor Magic title

September 1, 2014 Nodak Speedway holds a special spot in Ed Turnbull’s heart. That’s why it pained him to have so few opportunities to race on one of his favorite tracks throughout the season. more »»

DL-B wins barn burner

August 31, 2014 DES LACS — During Saturday’s non-region clash, North Prairie assumed possesson of the football with 52. more »»

Strand takes Modifieds lead into final night

August 31, 2014 Unlike the rest of the races held at Nodak Speedway, Motor Magic can’t be won in a day. more »»

Keep it going

August 30, 2014 GARRISON — The Garrison-Max football team kicked off its 2014 season by avenging its season-opening loss from a year ago. more »»


August 30, 2014 Minot High edges Packers in opener WEST FARGO — On Friday evening, the Minot High football team kicked off its 2014 campaign with a 20-12 road victory over West Fargo. more »»

Grind it out

August 29, 2014 VELVA — Sometimes, it’s not the performance that matters. more »»

Magicians open season at improved West Fargo

August 29, 2014 It’s been nearly nine months since the Minot High football team lost to Fargo South in the Class AAA state semifinals to end its 2013 campaign. Now, the Magicians’ 2014 season is just hours away. more »»

Magi drop tight match to Century

August 29, 2014 Slow starts plagued the Minot High boys tennis team in a 5-4 loss to defending West Region champion Century on Thursday on the newly reconstructed courts at Hammond Park. more »»

Prized penny

August 28, 2014 The U.S. penny doesn’t buy as much as it used to. In fact, the cost of minting a penny in 2013 was nearly twice its face value (1.8 cents per coin). more »»

Experienced Majettes seek turnaround season

August 28, 2014 By MIKE KRAFT Staff Writer mkraft@minotdailynew. more »»



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