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Minot leaders agree departing City Manager Lee Staab will be missed

July 8, 2016 Minot is beginning the search for a new city manager with a pretty good idea of what to look for. more »»

Wild ride suspect pleads not guilty

July 8, 2016 A 34-year-old Minot man appeared in North Central District Court to answer charges that he rammed a stolen vehicle into a North Dakota Highway Patrol vehicle in Ward County on June 2 and then led la... more »»

Runoff into Lake Sakakawea this summer is projected to be well below normal

July 8, 2016 June runoff into the Missouri River Basin was only 74 percent of average, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The June 1 outlook called for 25. more »»

Senator, new missile wing commander review mission needs

July 8, 2016 WASHINGTON – Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and Col. more »»

Feds settle complaint against MSU

July 8, 2016 The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has settled its sexual assault complaint against Minot State University, it announced on Thursday. more »»

Arikara and Pawnee tribes reestablishing ties

July 8, 2016 WHITE SHIELD –Members of the Arikara Tribe and representatives of the Pawnee Nation in Oklahoma are getting together for a historical gathering at the White Shield powwow this weeken. more »»

Briefly

July 8, 2016 Man pleads guilty to sexual abuse of young girl BOTTINEAU – A 58-year-old Kramer man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to sexually abusing a little girl when she was between ages 4 and 6. more »»

Bakken Rocks Cookfests set for Mandaree and Stanley

July 8, 2016 Final preparations are being made for the 8th Annual Bakken Rocks CookFest in this year’s host communities – Mandaree and Stanley. more »»

Minot woman pleads not guilty to aggravated assault

July 8, 2016 A neighborhood dispute over dirt bike riding and fireworks allegedly caused a Minot woman to try to choke one of her neighbors. more »»

Softball, seniors, domestic violence services to benefit from sales tax money

July 7, 2016 Three entities will share in more than $2.23 million in sales tax dollars from Minot’s Community Facilities Fund. The Minot City Council approved the spending Tuesday. more »»

Keep an eye out downtown

July 7, 2016 A pair of pre-teens have reportedly been giving some downtown merchants and visitors problems. more »»

County associations stop in Ward on statewide tour

July 7, 2016 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer jschramm@minotdailynews. more »»

United Blood Services needs donors

July 7, 2016 “I wish that we had too much blood, but we really don’t,” said Teresa Johnson, donor recruiter of northwestern ND United Blood Services. more »»

Storage unit burglar gets 60 days in jail

July 7, 2016 A 32-year-old Minot man will serve 60 days in jail for burglarizing a storage unit in January. Jesse L. Wobbema pleaded guilty Wednesday in North Central District Court to Class C felony burglary. more »»

Clark allegedly prevents ex from making emergency call

July 7, 2016 A 24-year-old Minot man is accused of preventing his ex-girlfriend from from making an emergency call when they had a fight on July 2. more »»

Man sentenced for abetting meth delivery

July 7, 2016 A 35-year-old Minot man will spend two years in prison for abetting another man in the delivery of methamphetamine in Marc. more »»

Briefly

July 7, 2016 MSU gets federal grant Minot State University will receive a $155,703 grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities. more »»

Man gets probation for conspiring to steal property

July 7, 2016 A 26-year-old West Fargo man will serve two years of supervised probation for conspiring to steal property from Minot stores in July 2014. more »»

 
 

 

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