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Community feeling

August 14, 2015 Projects to build more affordable housing, revitalize the downtown and create economic resilience are among those being developed for inclusion in Minot’s application for what could be millions of... more »»

N.D. oil production numbers released today

August 14, 2015 North Dakota produced 1.21 million barrels of oil a day in June. more »»

Banks robbed in Minot, Stanley

August 14, 2015 The Minot Police Department responded to a robbery at Dacotah Bank at 1121 S. Broadway Thursday at about 3:10 p.m.. The police department worked along with agents from the FBI in Minot. more »»

Angels in a child’s eyes

August 14, 2015 It was once said that we are, each of us, angels with only one wing, and we can only fly by embracing one anothe. more »»

Flight over Minot

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On the road again

August 14, 2015 Rick Long and Bigfoot have traveled many miles together. Long, of St. Louis, is Bigfoot’s driver – the famous monster truck as well as the semitrailer that transports Bigfoot. more »»

On the road again

August 14, 2015 Rick Long and Bigfoot have traveled many miles together. Long, of St. Louis, is Bigfoot’s driver – the famous monster truck as well as the semitrailer that transports Bigfoot. more »»

Faces of the Zoo

August 14, 2015 Minot’s Roosevelt Park Zoo has the Amur tiger, also known as the Siberian tiger, the largest cat in the world. The African lion may look larger than the Amur tiger because of the African lion’s man. more »»

Annual contest set for Sept. 19 in Stanley

August 14, 2015 STANLEY – If you or a team likes to prepare finger-licking good pork ribs, the Mountrail County Farm Bureau 4th Annual Pork Rib Contest organizers would like to hear from you. more »»

Pittenger pleads not guilty

August 14, 2015 Alexander Justin Pittenger, 21, Minot, pleaded not guilty Thursday to gross sexual imposition, a Class A felony, and corruption or solicitation of a minor, a class A misdemeano. more »»

Briefly

August 14, 2015 Second round of mosquito spraying The City of Minot, in conjunction with the Minot Air Force Base and the Ohio Air National Guard, will conduct the second round of aerial spraying for mosquito... more »»

Hot? You know it!

August 13, 2015 The heat wave continues. The high temperatures in Minot today and tomorrow are forecast to be in the mid-90s or better. more »»

Roosevelt Park pool reopens at noon

August 13, 2015 Roosevelt Park pool will be reopening at noon today. The pool was closed this week due to a mechanical issue. The official closing date for the pool this summer will be Sept. more »»

Bank robbery in Stanley

August 13, 2015 The BNC National Bank in Stanley was robbed Thursday morning at 10:12 a.. more »»

Another bank robbery, suspect matches photos of robber at Stanley bank.

August 13, 2015 The Minot Police Department responded to a robbery at Dacotah Bank at 1121 South Broadway today at about 3:10 p.m. The police department is working along with agents from the FBI in Minot. more »»

Backpacks full of love

August 13, 2015 Many more children will be able to walk into school with a full backpack this year. The Sunrise Rotary Club collected school supplies Wednesday in their annual “Fill the Bus” school supply drive. more »»

Students tour Minot’s airport construction

August 13, 2015 Students from Quentin Burdick Job Corps Center received a close-up look at a couple of the city of Minot’s construction projects as well as met with city leaders Wednesday. more »»

Moving forward

August 13, 2015 The contractor on the downtown Minot infrastructure project is bringing in more workers to help meet target deadlines to complete key features. more »»

Residents continue input into resilience competition projects

August 13, 2015 Stakeholders interested in Minot’s disaster resiliency met Wednesday to work through ideas for attracting federal money toward the caus. more »»

N.D. Geological Survey intern uncovers rare fossil

August 13, 2015 BOWMAN – North Dakota Geological Survey intern and Bismarck native Sean Ternes dug up a small fossil with a big significance while participating in public fossil dig near Marmarth in southwest North... more »»

 
 

 

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