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Marilyn Bohan

October 10, 2014 Marilyn Bohan, of Minot, will celebrate her 80th birthday at an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12, in the Grand Hotel, Minot. She requests no gifts. more »»

Area Survivors

October 10, 2014 Elroy Johnson Area survivors of Elroy Johnson, 74, of Lakota, who died Wednesday, Oct. 8, in a Devils Lake hospital include his sons Randy Yoder and Michael Yoder, both of Devils Lake. more »»

An ongoing effort

October 9, 2014 Efforts by the city of Minot to clean up flood-blighted properties have made headway, and the state’s assistance in hiring a risk management consultant is expected to help even further. more »»

Velva author seeks ‘words of wisdom’ from N.D. seniors

October 9, 2014 With life experience comes wisdom, and Sara Widdel Beaudrie of Velva believes North Dakota’s senior citizens have learned many lessons worth sharing. more »»

Leaking pipe causes produced water brine spill

October 9, 2014 ARNEGARD – A leaking pipe led to a spill of about 42,000 gallons of produced water brine near Arnegard. more »»

Reports will keep track of grain shipments

October 9, 2014 As farmers and ranchers in North Dakota struggle with slow rail shipments of grain, the scope of the problem nationwide will soon come into focus. U.S. Sen. more »»

Firefighter inductees announced

October 9, 2014 Three longtime North Dakota firefighters will be inducted into the North Dakota Firefighters Museum Hall of Fame on Saturday in Garrison. more »»

Vandalism destroys political signs

October 9, 2014 An act of vandalism Tuesday night destroyed about $300 worth of political yard signs belonging to Lisa Wolf, Democratic candidate for Senate in District 3. more »»

Comments being taken on adventure race

October 9, 2014 WATFORD CITY – The McKenzie Ranger District of the USDA Forest Service is taking comments on a special use application from ENDracing for a proposed adventure race for the North American Adventure... more »»

All out of room

October 8, 2014 Jail overcrowding has spread beyond the Bakken. more »»

County makes cuts before finalizing budget

October 8, 2014 Ward County commissioners left salary increases largely intact in its 2015 budget Tuesday while trimming more than $850,000 in other expenses to try to mitigate a tax hike for property owners. more »»

City works to revive parking ramp construction

October 8, 2014 Cash-flow problems have slowed work on Minot’s two downtown parking ramps, but both projects should be completed next year, Minot city manager Lee Staab told the Minot City Council Monda. more »»

Three to be inducted in Bishop Ryan Hall of Fame

October 8, 2014 Bishop Ryan Catholic School will induct Monsignor Timothy McGee and Don and Bertha Wald into its Hall of Fame during the annual Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony at 5:30 p.m. more »»

Getting caught up

October 8, 2014 Canadian Pacific Railway made a big dent in past due grain cars over the last week. more »»

Briefly

October 8, 2014 Minot native to be inducted in MSU Hall of Fame Minot State University is inducting Robert Hubbard, professor of theater and speech at Northwestern College, Orange City, Iowa, into its Academic Hall... more »»

‘Costs will rise, standards will fall’

October 7, 2014 Despite local and congressional attempts over the past two years to head it off, Minot’s mail processing center will be closing. more »»

Amtrak announces detour changes for Empire Builder in N.D.

October 7, 2014 Amtrak has reversed the direction of the temporary detour of Empire Builder trains in North Dakota due to progress being made by BNSF to add track capacit. more »»

Neighbors plan to sue over bank parking variance

October 7, 2014 Neighbors of First Western Bank & Trust say they will take the city of Minot to court over a parking variance granted to the bank Monday. The council voted 8-4 to affirm the Sept. more »»

Companies rush to meet electrical needs

October 7, 2014 As western North Dakota grows to meet the demands of the oil boom, one of the biggest struggles is keeping up with the skyrocketing electrical needs. more »»

 
 
 

 

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