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May 6, 2016 A new fire truck and additional volunteers are expected soon at the Minot Rural Fire Department. Fire Chief Rex Weltikol is excited about the capabilities of the latest rescue vehicle. more »»

Changes in school busing ahead for Minot

May 6, 2016 Planned changes in the city public transit system this summer will have a major impact on Minot Public Schools students who ride buses. more »»

Salute to Seniors celebrates 20th anniversary

May 6, 2016 Tuesday will be a day to salute seniors as the Minot Senior Coalition offers its annual Salute to Seniors event. more »»

The fantastic Fantasticks

May 6, 2016 Setting up two people who you think would make a perfect couple can seem like a great idea in your imagination. more »»

Postal Service to launch customer service program

May 6, 2016 The U.S. Postal Service is piloting a new customer service program in North Dakota to improve mail delivery and service, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., announced Thursday. more »»

Circus takes a hit

May 6, 2016 The Shrine Circus took a hit in attendance this year, due in part to competing family-oriented events at the North Dakota State Fairgrounds. more »»

Hazardous waste meeting set for Alexander

May 6, 2016 Members of the Dakota Resource Council will host an informational meeting on hazardous waste storage at 6 p.m. Thursday in Alexander. more »»

In the works

May 5, 2016 Flood protection for Minot’s Water Treatment Plant moved closer to fruition Wednesday when contractors began a major concrete pour for a new flood wal. more »»

Who’s on first?

May 5, 2016 A 41-year-old Minot man accused of being in possession of a stolen car on Monday said he had permission to drive it. more »»

Masked robber strikes in Surrey

May 5, 2016 SURREY – Surrey police are investigating a robbery at Barry’s Food and Fuel, located at 502 Pleasant Ave. South in Surrey, on Tuesday night. more »»

‘Elvis’ sings gospel in Minot

May 5, 2016 Elvis Presley fans are talking about North Dakota native Dan Wagner and the Blackwood Quartet’s upcoming performance titled, “The Gospel Side of Elvis. more »»

Rugby radio station set to broadcast

May 5, 2016 A new FM station is set to hit the airwaves this month in Rugby, giving listeners another choice while they flip through the radio. Rugby Broadcasters In. more »»


May 5, 2016 Grocery thief will serve two years in prison A 37-year-old Belcourt man will serve two years in prison for stealing from Marketplace Foods in Minot on Dec. 4, 2014, according to court record. more »»


May 5, 2016 Burn ban in Ward County The Ward County Commission has declared a fire emergency and burn ban for Ward County. There is a ban on garbage/pit burning, campfires and burning of farm or crop land. more »»

Burn-out bandits making messes

May 4, 2016 Local citizens are dealing with a new kind of vandalism that isn’t just a problem for the culprits, but the citizens themselves. more »»

In the works

May 4, 2016 Flood protection for Minot’s Water Treatment Plant moved closer to fruition Wednesday when contractors began a major concrete pour for a new flood wal. more »»

The Vegas among two sites targeted by bandit

May 4, 2016 Minot police are investigating two robberies at The Vegas Motel and the Racers convenience store early Tuesday morning, according to a press release. more »»

Stenehjem continues justice reform talk

May 4, 2016 Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Wayne Stenehjem spoke to criminal justice students at Minot State University, Tuesday morning. more »»

City initiates eminent domain in buyout proceedings

May 4, 2016 The Minot City Council approved a resolution Monday that will begin eminent domain on 10 properties in the city if buyout negotiations fail. more »»

Safety trumps history in courthouse remodel

May 4, 2016 An interior sprinkler system for fire suppression wasn’t even a consideration when blueprints were drawn for the now historic Ward County Courthouse, built in 1930. more »»

For those who fell

May 4, 2016 He doesn’t prefer attention, but remains firmly dedicated to those with whom he served and to telling the story so that those who gave their all will never be forgotten. more »»



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