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Parking problems

July 30, 2014 The City of Minot has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by neighbors of First Western Bank & Trust, who allege the city failed to follow its zoning ordinance in approving the bank’s... more »»

Spill contained, recovered near Ross

July 30, 2014 ROSS– State officials said a spill of 17,934 barrels of oil and 5,964 barrels of saltwater has been contained and recovered at an oil and gas well site about seven miles south of Ross. more »»

Velva youth hooks state record

July 30, 2014 COLEHARBOR – A new lure, a canoe, a few casts and a state record fish. What a day for 9-year old Brayden Selzler of Velva! Selzler caught a 4 pound, 12 ounce goldeye at Lake Audubon on July 25. more »»

Learning by writing

July 30, 2014 Area teachers have spent the past month learning the fine art of writing and teaching writing during the annual Northern Plains Writing Project Institutes at Minot State University. more »»

Village Fair planned at Rugby museum

July 30, 2014 RUGBY – Prairie Village Museum in Rugby will hold its annual Village Fair Aug. 9 and 10. more »»

Foundation must turn over financial records

July 30, 2014 By ANDREA JOHNSON Staff Writer ajohnson@minotdailynews. more »»

City considers new sales tax cap

July 30, 2014 The amount of city sales tax owing on large purchases would again be capped under a proposal that goes to the Minot City Council Monday. more »»


July 30, 2014 Airport to impose rules for taxis, shuttles Taxis and shuttles may soon have rules to follow and fees to pay to operate at Minot International Airport. more »»

Geocaching comes to Hazen and surrounding areas

July 30, 2014 They call it geocaching but, in common layman’s terms, it is called a giant treasure hunt, according to Hazen resident Cole Grinsteinner. more »»

Vaccination time

July 29, 2014 It’s that time of year again. The school supplies are back in stores and the new fall clothing lines have filled the racks, signifying that the return of school is right around the corner. more »»

Velva youth hooks state record

July 29, 2014 By KIM FUNDINGSLAND Staff Writer COLEHARBOR – A new lure, a canoe, a few casts and a state record fish. more »»

Planning commission advances more southwest development

July 29, 2014 Another retail development in southwest Minot moved forward with approval from the Minot Planning Commission Monday. more »»

NDHP assigns grad troopers to regional posts

July 29, 2014 BISMARCK – Nine troopers who have completed basic training at the North Dakota Highway Patrol academy will be stationed in the northwest or Minot region. Fifteen troopers graduated on Friday. more »»

Building up infrastructure

July 28, 2014 More than $66 million in special projects, including a new school, facilities for seniors and children, a community center and several buildings for other specific purposes, will be built in... more »»

N.D. State Fair records second-highest attendance

July 28, 2014 Total attendance at the 2014 North Dakota State Fair was the second largest in history, said State Fair manager Renae Korslien. more »»

Minot woman arrested on felony drug charges

July 28, 2014 A 45-year-old Minot woman was arrested on felony drug charges Saturday night. more »»

Minot man arrested on drug charges

July 28, 2014 A 25-year-old Minot man was arrested on felony drug charges on Friday afternoon following a traffic stop, according to a Minot Police Department press release. more »»

Pioneer Village takes fair-goers back in time

July 27, 2014 Visitors to the North Dakota State Fair also took time to enjoy the Pioneer Village on the fairgrounds this week. more »»

Sweet Treat Design

July 27, 2014 Young entrants at the North Dakota State Fair’s annual cupcake decorating contest ranged from aspiring chefs and experienced gourmands to toddlers who preferred to lick the frosting. more »»

4herND fights back against sex trafficking in N.D.

July 27, 2014 An advocate for victims of sexual trafficking in North Dakota said western North Dakota is rife with problems that will require financial and human resources to solve. more »»



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