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Larger school board wanted

November 11, 2015 DES LACS – A group of parents in the Des Lacs-Burlington District plan to present a petition at tonight’s school board meeting asking that the size of the board be expande. more »»

Ramstad kids help needy

November 11, 2015 Toilet Paper Tuesday at Erik Ramstad Middle School snowballed from a few rolls of paper donated to local shelters in early November to 5,580 by Tuesday morning. more »»


November 11, 2015 Bills support B-52s, veterans The Senate on Tuesday passed the National Defense Authorization Bill, which includes legislation for restricting the retirement of B-1, B-2, or B-52 bomber aircraft,... more »»

Honor roll

November 11, 2015 Our Redeemer’s Christian School Highest honors Grade 12: Samuel Burckhard, Kendra Cruff, Ethan Hinkel, Casey McLoughlin, Jordyn Richter, Tyler Smith, Joshua VanLith. more »»

A neighborhood plan

November 10, 2015 Gladys Garrison, a Fourth Avenue North neighborhood resident, said one of her concerns is access to the St. Anne’s Bridge in the enhanced flood protection plan for that area of the city. more »»

Woman shot, shooter sought

November 10, 2015 A man who is alleged to have shot his estranged wife is being sought by police. Joseph Recardo “Joey” Barnes J. more »»

2015 State Fair declared a success at annual meeting

November 10, 2015 The North Dakota State Fair marked its 50th anniversary with a record-breaking 49,449 exhibits on display at last summer’s event, said State Fair Manager Renae Korslien, Monday, and there’s still... more »»

Man charged with terrorizing makes appearance

November 10, 2015 A man accused of chasing his girlfriend with a gun on Saturday made his initial appearance in court on Monday. more »»

Suspect in Parshall shooting being sought

November 10, 2015 PARSHALL – The Three Affiliated Tribes Law Enforcement is requesting assistance in apprehending a suspect wanted in connection with a shooting that took place Thursday in Parshall. more »»

Man charged with corruption of a minor girl

November 10, 2015 WATFORD CITY – A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Dec. 22 in Northwest District Court in Williston for Shaun Robert Whitham, 31, Englewood, Colo. more »»

Trial held for man accused of hitting friend with PVC pipe last year

November 10, 2015 A jury trial was being held Monday in North Central District Court in Minot for a Sawyer man accused of hitting his friend over the head with a PVC pipe last year. more »»

Ladies at the Line

November 9, 2015 One of the fastest growing segments of the shooting sports is women. Many local women have acquired handguns and want to learn the proper way to handle them. more »»

Police seeking shooting suspect

November 9, 2015 Minot police are searching for a suspect in a shooting on Sunday afternoon. According to a press release, a woman was shot at a southeast apartment on Sunday afternoon. more »»

Police asking for help to locate shooting suspect

November 9, 2015 Minot Police have identified Joseph "Joey" Barnes Jr., 36, as the suspect in the shooting incident that took place inside an apartment in the 800 block of 17th Ave. SE in Minot Sunda. more »»

Suspect in Parshall shooting being sought

November 9, 2015 PARSHALL – The Three Affiliated Tribes Law Enforcement is requesting assistance in apprehending a suspect wanted in connection with a shooting that took place Thursday in Parshall. more »»

Food pantries, soup kitchens experiencing increase in demand

November 8, 2015 When was the last time you ate? What did you eat? Did you worry about how you were going to pay for it or what you would do when it was gone? Chances are, it probably wasn’t a huge concern. more »»

Stopping the Souris

November 8, 2015 Residents of the Fourth Avenue North neighborhood will have the chance to give their thoughts and opinions about the flood protection project being planned for their area of the city. more »»

In the Spotlight

November 8, 2015 Katie George, a senior at Minot High School-Magic City Campus, never imagined she would one day have the chance to perform at Carnegie Hall. more »»

Pipeline plans continue in N.D.

November 8, 2015 The drilling of new oil wells has slowed in the Bakken, but construction of pipelines hasn’t followed suit. more »»

Oil prices prompt officials to closely watch state’s budget

November 8, 2015 The drop in oil prices is having an impact on North Dakota, and lawmakers are keeping tabs on its effect on the state’s budget. “We are seeing an impact. Everybody in this room knows it,” said Rep. more »»



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