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PSC holds hearing on plant expansion

April 3, 2014 BISMARCK – The North Dakota Public Service Commission will hold a public hearing April 10 on the proposed expansion of the Robinson Lake Gas Plant, located about eight miles northeast of New Town. more »»

Abandoned properties continue to pose problems

April 3, 2014 The City of Minot wants to put additional teeth into enforcement of ordinances being used to require clean up of abandoned flood properties. more »»

Hearing set on gas flaring policy

April 3, 2014 BISMARCK – The Oil and Gas Division of the North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources has scheduled a special hearing to address the North Dakota Industrial Commission’s newly-adopted policy on... more »»

Former police officer convicted of felony

April 3, 2014 NEW TOWN – Lindrith Tsoodle, 58, was convicted Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Bismarck of one felony count and one misdemeanor count of using excessive force on persons in his custod. more »»

Regional Briefs

April 3, 2014 “MSU?at the Mall” on Saturday The eighth annual “MSU at the Mall” will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday in Sears Court at Dakota Square Mall. More than 30 campus groups will participat. more »»

Patients sue ManorCare over Hepatitis C outbreak

April 2, 2014 A victim of the second largest Hepatitis C outbreak in U.S. history has filed a class action lawsuit over the incident of patients at ManorCare Nursing Home being infected with Hepatitis C. more »»

New birth for Van Hook

April 2, 2014 NEW TOWN – Van Hook is well on its way to having a more visible identity. more »»

Cost estimate puts kink in juvenile facility plans

April 2, 2014 The estimated cost to move the jail’s juvenile detention center took Ward County commissioners by surprise Tuesday. The construction manager produced a preliminary estimate of $1. more »»

Committee supports contracts for lobbyist, recruiting firm

April 2, 2014 A committee is recommending the Minot City Council renew a contract with the city’s legislative lobbyist and support the hiring of a recruitment firm to find a new city manage. more »»

Snow, cold returns

April 1, 2014 Brrrrrr! Winter all over again. That’s the way it seemed in Minot Monday. more »»

March wraps up with higher than average temps

April 1, 2014 A major storm raced across North Dakota Monday, the last day of March, bringing significant amounts of snow to many areas. more »»

Dancing for the Lord

April 1, 2014 Some people praise the Lord through singing or by attending a worship service at their church, but there are a variety of ways to show your praise and adoration of God. more »»

Early voters head to court

April 1, 2014 Minot voters lined up Monday at the Ward County Courthouse to vote early in the $39.5 million Minot school bond issue. The vote is set for April 8 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. more »»

Commission debates siting of new daycare

April 1, 2014 A developer’s plan to build a child-care center and an assisted living center near a northwest neighborhood drew objections from residents and earned only narrow support from the Minot Planning... more »»

Open house to present ideas for valley recovery

April 1, 2014 Valley residents will get a chance to view and weigh in on redevelopment concepts for their neighborhoods at a River Front and Center open house Thursday. The open house runs from 4 to 8 p.m. more »»

Alleged car thief arrested at early traffic stop

April 1, 2014 Todd McCray Rathburn, 41, Williston, was arrested early Sunday morning for various charges stemming from an alleged car thef. more »»

Mercy Medical to use electronic health record

April 1, 2014 WILLISTON – Today, Mercy Medical Center will begin using a new computerized patient health record. This means that instead of paper charts, each patient will have an electronic computer chart. more »»

Sinner eyes House spot

March 31, 2014 FARGO (AP) — North Dakota Democrats are touting a familiar name at the top of their ticket with U.S. House candidate George B. Sinner, the son of former governor George A. Sinner. more »»

Dems: N.D. population gains favor their party

March 31, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota Democrats believe that the state's oil-driven growth in population may one day loosen the Republican hold on the state, leading to more evenly redrawn state legislative... more »»

Vietnam vets honored

March 30, 2014 The lobby of the La Quinta Inn in Minot was bustling and crowded with hundreds of Vietnam War veterans, their families and special guests Saturday afternoon. more »»



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