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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 »»

Minot State to go ‘Wild with Beaver Pride’ this homecoming

September 7, 2016 Minot State University continues its tradition of excellence with its 88th Homecoming, which centers on the theme of “Wild with Beaver Pride.” Homecoming week officially kicks off Sept. more »»


September 7, 2016 Remarket your art at the Taube Museum of Art Looking for a way to remarket your art? Make a little cash? The Taube Museum of Art’s ReMarket Your Art sale is a unique occasion for those with original... more »»

Lights of Hope event to support addicts, families set for Saturday

September 7, 2016 An event to support people in drug recovery and their families will be held Saturday at 4 p.m. in the band shell in Roosevelt Park in Minot. more »»

Bakken Briefs

September 7, 2016 Northwest enrollments stable Though the trend may be even to slightly down, the stability of northwest North Dakota school enrollments is a pleasant surprise for administrators. more »»

Pets on Parade

September 6, 2016 A St. Bernard in a blue tutu and a dapper looking Greyhound in a bowler were among the debonair dogs on display during a fashion show Monday at Roosevelt Park. more »»

Minot restaurant treats laboring firefighters

September 6, 2016 Minot firefighters were well nourished as they pulled duty on Labor Day, thanks to an annual tradition of Olive Garden restaurant. more »»

Committee to begin crafting city government’s form

September 6, 2016 A committee tasked with designing a new form of city government for Minot will be looking to implement voters’ wishes over the next several weeks. more »»


September 6, 2016 State superintendent seeks applicants for student cabinet State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler is asking North Dakota young people to apply to join her Student Cabine. more »»

Playing in the rain

September 5, 2016 Residents throughout Minot refused to let the rainy conditions prevent them from pursuing a fun-filled Labor Day weekend, as parks across the city saw several dozens of tourist and residents enjoyin... more »»

Licensers work with parents, providers to ensure child care quality

September 5, 2016 Parents, daycare providers and state licensers each have a role to play in ensuring quality, safe child care services in Ward County and North Dakota. more »»



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