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A Shelter Christmas

December 18, 2014 Each new member means another cup of Christmas cheer for the Souris Valley Animal Shelter. more »»

N.D. fines company $687,500 for disposal violations

December 18, 2014 BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota regulators assessed a $687,500 fine Wednesday against a Utah company for violating saltwater waste disposal rules. more »»

K-9 to the rescue

December 18, 2014 Most of the time, Saiber is a happy, go-lucky, family dog. But when it’s time to go to work, he is ready to get bad guys off the street. more »»

Contained release reported near Wildrose

December 18, 2014 WILDROSE – The North Dakota Oil and Gas Division said today it has been notified of a contained release about 10 miles northeast of Wildrose. Continental Resources, Inc. more »»

WSC’s Stevens Hall remodel complete

December 18, 2014 Williston State College is celebrating the completed renovation of Stevens Hall. more »»

Ryan Stensaker convicted guilty of murder

December 18, 2014 Ryan Lee Stensaker Wednesday was found guilty of murdering Jack Sjol in April last year. “I am happy that he is finally convicted of murdering,” said Jason Sjol, the twin brother of Jack Sjol. more »»

Minot Area Homeless Coalition receives donation

December 18, 2014 Bishop Ryan Catholic School students raised $3,002.48 for the Minot Area Homeless Coalition earlier this mont. more »»

First Western Bank ‘pays it forward’

December 18, 2014 First Western Bank & Trust in Minot is “paying it forward” this holiday season, said marketing specialist Sabrina Herrmann. more »»

Attention Subscribers:

December 18, 2014 If you have delivery changes to make to your subscription during the Christmas holiday, please be aware of the following deadlines. Changes for Monday, Dec. 22: call by noon Friday, Dec. 19. more »»

Rollover crash near Mohall results in fatality

December 18, 2014 According to a news release from the North Dakota Highway Patrol, a rollover crash near Mohall resulted in a fatality Tuesday morning. more »»

N.D. taxable sales up 10 percent in third quarter

December 18, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Taxable sales and purchases in North Dakota in the third quarter of the year totaled nearly $7.7 billion, up more than 10 percent from July, August and September of 2013. more »»

Live trees available at Lowe’s

December 17, 2014 There are eight days remaining until Christmas, but it’s not too late to get a live Christmas tree. “I’ve had several go out today,” said James Lowe of Lowe’s Garden Center. more »»

Bountiful Baskets offers wide variety of quality, affordable fresh produce

December 17, 2014 Bountiful Baskets offers wide variety of quality, affordable fresh produce Even during the growing season, baskets overflowing with a dozen different varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables aren’t ... more »»

Making spirits bright

December 17, 2014 Long awaited once a year Canadian Pacific Holiday Train finally arrived in the Magic City Tuesday night, entertaining hundreds of people who came to see the train at the Main Street railway crossin. more »»

Newspaper Delivery Delays

December 17, 2014 Newspaper Delivery in the city of Minot will be delayed by 3 hours due to a Insert Machine Breakdown this morning. If you still have not received your newspaper by 9am today please call 857-1910. more »»

Souris Valley Animal Shelter receives check

December 17, 2014 Submitted Photo Broadcasting students at Minot State University presented a check for $800 to the Souris Valley Animal Shelter last week. more »»

Commission prepares for February vote on buildings

December 17, 2014 Plans for a February vote on a jail expansion and other building projects continued to move forward with action by the Ward County Commission Tuesday. more »»

Prosecutors connect evidence in Sjol’s trial

December 17, 2014 Ryan Stensaker’s vehicle was reported blown up with a fire in the same month that Williston rancher Jack Sjol was murdered, but prosecutors on Tuesday finally connected the dots that the shell... more »»

N.D. prison chief wants quota system for counties

December 17, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — A proposal by North Dakota’s top prison administrator to have counties share in state penitentiary costs if a quota is exceeded is meeting opposition from local officials, law... more »»

 
 
 

 

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