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April 17, 2015 Museum to hold spring cleaning The Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village Museum will hold a spring cleaning next week, beginning on Monday. more »»

Fire danger persists

April 16, 2015 So much for April showers! Precipitation so far this month as measured at the Minot International Airport is a scant .05 inches, hardly enough to soak a soda cracke. more »»

Minot police officer injured while making arrest

April 16, 2015 Police arrested a 40-year-old Minot man Thursday for disorderly conduct following an incident in which a police officer received minor injurie. more »»

Motorcyclist dies in collision with semi-truck

April 16, 2015 An 18-year-old Elkhorn, Neb., man died Thursday afternoon when the motorcyclist failed to yield for a semi-tractor at an intersection two miles west of Minot on Ward County Road 14. more »»

Deering fire burned 2,000 acres

April 16, 2015 McHenry County Sheriff Trey Skager said the grass fire that started several miles east of Deering Tuesday was under control and no major damages were caused. more »»

Minot Schools deny claims

April 16, 2015 Lawyers for the Minot Public School District are denying all allegations in a $2 million lawsuit filed last month by Servpro against the school district. more »»

MPL adds digital creativity center

April 16, 2015 If you are a young tech savvy, amateur movie maker or love exploring your own creativity, then, you have got another reason to visit the Minot Public Library. more »»

Junk lovers unite

April 16, 2015 GRANVILLE – One woman’s junk is another woman’s treasure, and for the Granville Junk Aholics, junk is definitely treasure. more »»

Students duct-tape teacher to wall

April 16, 2015 “Tape him! Tape him!” chanted elementary school students at Roosevelt Elementary on Wednesday afternoon. more »»

MSU donates money to Backpack Buddies

April 16, 2015 On Tuesday, Steven Shirley, Minot State University president, on behalf of MSU Staff Senate, presented a $2,000 check to the Minot Backpack Buddies Program. more »»

Minot police make three drug arrests

April 16, 2015 Two drug investigations Tuesday evening left three people in jail and tied up the Minot Police Department for much of the night. At 7:36 p.m. more »»

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April 16, 2015 Steady turnout at early voting Early voting in the Minot Park District election has been steady, said election workers on Wednesda. more »»

Changes in the oil field

April 15, 2015 With oil prices continuing to lag, good news has become hard to find in the energy industry in North Dakota. more »»

Three jailed on drug charges

April 15, 2015 By David Rupkalvis Editor drupkalvis@minotdailynews.com Two drug investigations Tuesday evening left three people in jail and tied up the Minot Police Department for much of the night. At 7:36 p.. more »»

Souris upper basin flows decline

April 15, 2015 Flows into southern Saskatchewan reservoirs that influence the Souris River through Minot and in North Dakota are on the decline, but it will still be several days before any cutbacks are made in th... more »»

Endurance, distance riders sponsor introductory clinic

April 15, 2015 Jutta Schmidt, Minot resident and 32-year veteran healthcare worker at Trinity Hospital, is leading a clinic April 25 to introduce North Dakotans to the sport of endurance horseback riding. more »»

Jurassic Quest in Minot this weekend

April 15, 2015 Jurassic Quest is coming to Minot for the first time ever. They are stomping their way into the North Dakota State Fair Center’s 4-H Hall this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. more »»

Destination Imagination

April 15, 2015 Seven members of the Destination Imagination after-school club at Longfellow Elementary are hoping to raise money to participate in an international competition May 20-23 at the University of... more »»

Air Force to spray mosquitos on federal lands

April 15, 2015 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, at the request of Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D. more »»

Cowboy Hall of Fame to dedicate new exhibits

April 15, 2015 MEDORA – The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame will open the 2015 summer season with a Another Cowboy Moment dedication of two exhibits in Medora’s Center of Western Heritage & Cultures in Medora... more »»

 
 
 

 

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