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Peace Garden to host sculpture dedication

July 16, 2016 INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDEN – On July 24, the International Peace Garden will host the dedication of the Promise of Peace sculpture donated by the Wally Byam Caravan (Airstream) Club International... more »»

Women riders take over the roads of Minot

July 16, 2016 Engines will be revving loudly as women across North America will display unity, sisterhood and motorcycle prowess at the 29th Annual North Dakota Ladies Run, today. more »»

Glassheim kicks off campaign in Grand Forks

July 16, 2016 State Rep. Eliot Glassheim officially launched his U.S. Senate campaign Thursday evening at a kickoff event in Grand Forks Town Square. Congressional candidate Chase Iron Eyes, State Re. more »»

Traffic tie-up

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Briefly

July 16, 2016 Alleged burglar apologized to homeowner A 30-year-old Minot man is accused of burglarizing a backyard storage unit in northwest Minot on Thursda. more »»

Hotels make room

July 15, 2016 Finding a hotel room during the North Dakota State Fair could be a more positive experience than it has been in a while if people remember to book ahead. more »»

Sex sting nets one

July 15, 2016 A Minot businessman allegedly fell for an online police sting on Wednesday and thought he was meeting a 16-year-old girl for sex, according to court documents. more »»

Hot Dogs for a cause

July 15, 2016 Hot dogs and community service appear to be a winning combination at Dakota Truck and Farm, as vendor Jessi Hoffer served hundreds of hot dogs Thursday to charitable members of the Minot commun. more »»

Local nonprofits receive grants

July 15, 2016 Sixteen local nonprofit organizations received grants totaling $66,000 from the Minot Community Endowment Fund. more »»

Bakken sounds

July 15, 2016 ALEXANDER – The Alexander Settlers Museum on the Lewis and Clark Trail, formerly known as the Lewis and Clark Trail Museum, in Alexander announces its programming at the museum every weekend through... more »»

State Fair manager: Fair has affordable family fun

July 15, 2016 People looking for affordable family fun will find it at the 2016 North Dakota State Fair in Minot, according to Renae Korslein, State Fair manager. more »»

College program unifies services

July 15, 2016 Williston State College, Dakota College at Bottineau and Lake Region State College in Devils Lake have joined forces in a pilot project to unify the schools’ mental health services for the Fall 2016... more »»

Call to artists for small art works exhibition

July 15, 2016 The Taube Museum of Art Main Gallery is seeking entries for their ninth annual Small Works Exhibit & Auction, and fourth annual Children’s Small Works Exhibition. more »»

Hoeven: Blocked bill has vital funding for ND military

July 15, 2016 A vote to bring the National Defense Appropriations bill to the floor for debate on Thursday was blocked for the second time. Senate Democrats blocked the Defense Department spending bill. more »»

Briefly

July 15, 2016 Minot man accused of choking girlfriend A pretrial conference is scheduled for Oct. 26 for a 24-year-old Minot man who is accused of choking his girlfriend during an argument on June 3. more »»

Briefly

July 15, 2016 Pretrial conference set in domestic violence case A pretrial conference is scheduled Sept. more »»

Resident escapes fire with minor injuries

July 14, 2016 A Minot resident escaped an early morning house fire on Park Street with minor injuries Wednesday, according to the Minot Fire Department. Firefighters responded to a 2:30 a.m. more »»

Wilder murder case to go to trial

July 14, 2016 A Minot man accused of murdering his ex-wife in November 2015 is set for trial in December. Richie Edwin Wilder Jr. more »»

Trinity adds enhanced security to birth center

July 14, 2016 Trinity Health is about to add an extra measure of security for its newborns and their mothers. more »»

Legislators support governor’s call for special session

July 14, 2016 Minot’s Republican legislators say they can support the governor’s call for a special session. “It’s probably the best thing to do right now,” Rep. Matt Klein said. more »»

 
 

 

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