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Esler matches course record to grab share of lead

August 22, 2015 Josh Esler and Tom Whitney are currently tied atop the leaderboard at the Western N.D. Charity Pro-Am, hosted this weekend at Vardon Golf Course. more »»

Depth and dedication

August 20, 2015 The Minot High boys tennis coach Scott DeLorme saw a new level of dedication from his team this past summer. “Our kids played this summer and they haven’t done that in the past,” DeLorme said. “... more »»

Reynolds verbally commits to UND

August 20, 2015 Minot High senior golfer Cody Reynolds verbally committed Wednesday night to play golf at the University of North Dakota, starting in 2016. “It’s a great school and a great town,” Reynolds said. more »»

Majettes storm back for 3rd-place finish

August 19, 2015 JAMESTOWN — Coming into the 2015 season, Minot High girls golf coach Scott Foltz hoped his team would compete for a top-three spot at state. more »»

Bismarck native Kunick hoping for consistency this week at Vardon

August 19, 2015 Coming into this weekend’s Western N.D. Charity Pro-Am at Vardon Golf Course, Tim Kunick doesn’t know what to expect from himself. more »»

Shuffle at the top

August 17, 2015 Nathan Burke is one of the most decorated racers at Nodak Speedway. He has topped the points standings in various classes a total of eight different times in his career. more »»

Minot State wastes no time with Midnight Madness

August 17, 2015 For the third consecutive season, the Minot State women’s soccer team didn't waste a minute getting back on the field. Literally. more »»

Sam Morse joins MSU volleyball as assistant coach

August 17, 2015 Samantha Morse has been hired as Minot State’s newest volleyball assistant coach, MSU head coach Ben Kaszeta announced Monday. more »»

Escaping the heat

August 15, 2015 Everyone has different ways of escaping the summer heat. Some close all the windows and crank the air conditioning, while others embrace it with a cold glass of ice tea. more »»

Beavers picked 5th in preseason NSIC poll

August 14, 2015 The Minot State women’s soccer team was pegged fifth in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate preseason coaches’ poll. more »»

Magi back at it

August 12, 2015 Temperatures hovered around 100 degrees. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky. more »»

Booming effect

August 10, 2015 The oil boom has reshaped the state of North Dakota, particularly the western half. People have flocked from afar, and towns have experienced dramatic growt. more »»

Motocross still a passion for Kris Barnes’ family

August 8, 2015 RUTHVILLE — Trailers were parked side by side as far as the eye could see. Competitors raced for eight hours on a hot sunny Saturday afternoon at the Magic City Motocross Park. more »»

Magnani resigns after one season with Jimmies

August 6, 2015 University of Jamestown men’s basketball coach Alan Magnani has resigned after just one season with the Jimmie. more »»


August 5, 2015 Minot State senior defensive end Thomas Bryson was named the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference’s North Division preseason defensive player of the year, league officials announced Wednesday. more »»

Umps wanted

August 4, 2015 Last Sunday witnessed the end of an era, as Minot native and 37-year umpire Mark Luther bid a formal goodbye to the game he loves following the conclusion of the Class A state legion baseball... more »»


August 4, 2015 Bishop Ryan’s wrestling team promoted from within to fill its vacant head coaching position. more »»

At long last

August 3, 2015 This summer has been an up-and-down season for Nodak Speedway’s returning IMCA Stocks points champion. more »»

Spectacular Sprague

July 31, 2015 DICKINSON — On Thursday, the Minot Vistas were participating in the loser-out bracket of the Class AA state legion baseball tournament, mainly due to the struggles of their pitching staff. more »»

Vistas ousted

July 31, 2015 DICKINSON — Losses are always tough for coaches, players and fans alike, but the one the Minot Vitas suffered on Friday at the Class AA state legion baseball tournament will sting more than mos. more »»



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