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Animal playtime

April 25, 2014 The lions, tigers and bears at Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot were a little more playful Thursday morning once they discovered new toys to amuse themselves in their exhibits. more »»

Helping veterans

April 25, 2014 WILLISTON – Iraq war veteran Michael Shaw and his organization, The Guardian’s Foundation, Inc., are reaching out to veterans in the Bakken are. more »»

Sylling named State Fair Parade grand marshal

April 25, 2014 Sherman Sylling, executive secretary of the North Dakota High School Activities Association, has been selected as the grand marshal of this year’s North Dakota State Fair Parade. more »»

City to hold public open house on transport plan

April 25, 2014 A public open house will be held Thursday to provide information on the City of Minot’s Long Range Transportation Plan. more »»

McKenzie, Mountrail awarded grant money

April 25, 2014 BISMARCK – An expansion of the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Department and architectural and designing costs for the Mountrail County Law Enforcement Center were among the projects awarded funding in... more »»

Large grass fire near Sawyer

April 25, 2014 SAWYER – Three fire departments got very little help from the dark sky above that only threatened great rains Thursday afternoon when a roughly 20-acre grass fire broke out in a field at 10151-135th... more »»

Project to limit access to City Hall, library

April 25, 2014 Due to repairs and re-routing of a major water transmission line near Second Avenue Southwest and Third Street, there will be limited access on Second Avenue to City Hall, the Minot Police Departmen... more »»

Four vehicle crash in Minot injures 4

April 25, 2014 Four people were injured in a four vehicle crash at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and 55th Street Northeast in Minot Thursday just after 3 p.m. more »»

Rainy day fender bender

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Renter’s program benefits more North Dakotans

April 24, 2014 More North Dakota tenants may qualify for money back on their rent payments with the increase in the income and asset limits in the state Renter’s Refund program this year. more »»

Reducing emissions

April 24, 2014 ESTEVAN – Billed as the world’s first commercial-scale carbon capture undertaking, the $1.35 billion Boundary Dam Project near Estevan, Saskatchewan, is only a few months away from start up. more »»

Hoeven asks EPA to withdraw proposal

April 24, 2014 BISMARCK – Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., is asking the U.S. more »»

Regional Briefs

April 24, 2014 City to collect household hazardous waste The City of Minot has updated its city landfill schedule and has set dates for the annual household hazardous waste collection. more »»

Statoil to make more investments in Bakken

April 24, 2014 WILLISTON – Statoil, an oil and gas company, has invested $8 billion in the Bakken and the company plans to invest $20 billion a year worldwide between 2014 and 2016 for a total of $60 billion, said... more »»

Facility tax assistance

April 23, 2014 A committee laid the groundwork Tuesday in its mission to determine what constitutes a “community facility” that is eligible for Minot city sales tax assistance. more »»

City pension still faces large liability

April 23, 2014 The City of Minot employees pension fund continues to carry a sizable unfunded liability as it moves toward eventual closure, according to the city’s actuarial firm. more »»

Wright pleads ‘not guilty’ to negligent homicide

April 23, 2014 A trucker involved in a major crash near Stanley last summer pleaded not guilty to three charges of negligent homicide Tuesday afternoon. Vernon Wright, of Hiram, Ga. more »»

Poetry slam

April 23, 2014 Minot High School students will have a chance to share their love of poetry at 2 p.m. Sunday during Minot’s Second Teen Poetry SLAM. more »»

Pitch made for more funding for the state’s research universities

April 23, 2014 Dean Bresciani, the president of North Dakota State University, and Robert Kelley, president of the University of North Dakota, made a pitch for more funding for the state’s research universities... more »»

Group calls for policy on abandoned homes

April 22, 2014 A group of concerned Minot residents held a discussion at Riverside Park Monday evening on “zombie” homes and what is to be done with them three years after the 2011 Souris River flood. more »»

Warnings in the sky

April 22, 2014 While talking about the weather can be considered somewhat of a flimsy, inconsequential topic when making conversation with someone, there is also a scientific side that makes it important and useful. more »»



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