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Committee for change

September 9, 2016 #MakeMinot members are disappointed but not dissuaded when it comes to a committee appointed to consider implementation of changes to Minot’s governing structure. more »»

So long, Soper

September 9, 2016 Disgraced former Sawyer superintendent Charles William Soper will serve up to 40 years in prison for sex crimes involving three teenage male victims. more »»

Soup kitchen saved through generosity

September 9, 2016 Families and residents across Minot can breathe a sigh of relief, as the St. Leo The Great Roman Catholic Church soup kitchen will remain operational and continue to service those in need. more »»

CrossFit championship comes to Minot

September 9, 2016 CrossFit competitors from Minot and across the Souris Valley will test their might in the first ever SoVa Games Saturday at the Minot Family YMCA. more »»

Trial date set for Williston man charged with child abuse

September 9, 2016 WILLISTON – A 52-year-old Williston man is scheduled to go to trial next month on a charge that he physically abused a 10-year-old boy and made the child believe he was the cause of his mother’s... more »»

Burdick plan advances

September 8, 2016 Opposition from residents, Friends of the Souris and Minot Park District wasn’t enough to discourage the Minot City Council from keeping a proposal alive to realign a portion of East Burdick... more »»

Sheriff, jail influence budget

September 8, 2016 The Ward County Commission has begun the budgeting process for 2017. Two items to be addressed in the budget are the cost of a jail monitor and the cost of paying the salary of two full-time sheriffs. more »»

District Court rules for city in paving case

September 8, 2016 Residents of northeast Minot who sued to overturn special assessments in a paving district haven’t yet decided whether to appeal a district judge’s ruling against them in August, according to their... more »»

Fish kill limited to lower Des Lacs

September 8, 2016 BURLINGTON – The North Dakota State Health Department determined Wednesday that the fish kill on the Des Lacs River was likely limited to the lower reach of the river. more »»

Powerful drama, recognizable tunes

September 8, 2016 Western Plains Opera Company will blend professional, community, and student talent to bring Giuseppe Verdi’s romantic masterpiece, “Rigoletto,” to life Sept. more »»

Man sentenced for felonious restraint

September 8, 2016 A 30-year-old Minot man will serve about two years in prison for preventing a woman from leaving the basement of a Minot home on June 22 and for other charge. more »»

Residents bring school traffic concerns to council

September 8, 2016 Minot residents sought the city council’s help Tuesday in addressing parking and traffic issues around schools. more »»

Ballot language released for November election measures

September 8, 2016 The ballot language for the five measures that will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot have been released by the Secretary of State’s office. more »»


September 8, 2016 Man charged with terrorizing A 27-year-old Minot man is accused of threatening his stepfather with a bat during an altercation at a Minot residence on Tuesday evening. more »»

Minot seeks teeth to clamp down on weed issue

September 7, 2016 The City of Minot will be looking to put teeth into its nuisance ordinances so it can put the bite on neglectful property owner. more »»

Board, county review flood plans

September 7, 2016 If state and local funding come through, the Souris River Joint Board proposes to spend $66.5 million on operations and flood protection-related projects next year. more »»

Taxes up, budget down for Ward County

September 7, 2016 Ward County spending is projected to be down slightly next year, although a greater share of the 2017 budget will need to come from property taxes. more »»

Dead fish in Des Lacs

September 7, 2016 A fish kill has struck the Des Lacs River. Dead fish could be seen throughout the Burlington Project area of the Des Lacs on Tuesday. more »»

Two charged with assault following altercation

September 7, 2016 STANLEY – Two people were charged with felony aggravated assault following an altercation at a home in Stanley over the weeken. more »»

Art show and auction invites commentary on ND current events

September 7, 2016 Art has the power to heal, to express different perspectives, and to build connections that transcend language and geography. more »»



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