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Bacon Fest returns this weekend

May 13, 2016 By ALLAN BLANKS Staff Writer ablanks@minotdailynews. more »»

Settled on safety

May 13, 2016 Strong prevention efforts are needed to curb a crisis in drug abuse and human trafficking in North Dakota, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND, told members of Minot’s Safe Communities Coalition May 6. more »»

Senate passes energy, water bill with Minot flood study money

May 13, 2016 WASHINGTON – A bipartisan energy and water spending bill, which includes funding for a flood protection study for Minot, cleared the U.S. Senate Thursday. The bill includes $500,000 to continue the U. more »»

Call for artists for Bismarck Art Alley Project

May 13, 2016 BISMARCK – The Dakota West Arts Council, along with the 2016 Leadership Bismarck Mandan Project Team, is looking for local and regional artists to submit artwork for an alley in downtown Bismarck. more »»

Aviation seminar set for May 19 in Minot

May 13, 2016 An aviation seminar for pilots and aviation maintenance technicians will be held Thursday, May 19, at 6:30 p.m. in the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot. more »»


May 13, 2016 Community forum on contamination study set for May 18 in New Town NEW TOWN - On Wednesday, May 18, Fort Berthold P.O.W.E.R. more »»

Time for tech

May 12, 2016 New technology in Minot City Hall is changing the way city leaders do business. more »»

Minot considers adding to sign ordinance

May 12, 2016 Permanent signs on public property would be regulated under city zoning rules if the city adopts a proposed ordinance change. more »»

Minot City Manager announces new airport director

May 12, 2016 Rick Feltner has been chosen to serve as the new airport director at Minot International Airport. more »»

‘I Got Caught’ kids program launches May 23

May 12, 2016 Local youth spotted wearing a helmet for safety during outdoor activities this summer could find themselves being stopped and rewarded by the Minot Police Department. more »»

Five awarded at MSU event

May 12, 2016 Three faculty members, Sarah Aleshire, DeVera Bowles and Heidi Super, and two staff members, Sue Mosser and Bonnie Trueblood, received MSU Board of Regents Achievement Awards Wednesday during Minot... more »»

No jail time for boyfriend in neglect case

May 12, 2016 A 25-year-old Minot man will serve no jail time for leaving his girlfriend’s 5- and 3-year-old children in a running car outside the Blind Duck bar on the night of Dec. 28, 2015. more »»

Marijuana, bail-jumping will cost man three years

May 12, 2016 A 31-year-old Minot man will serve three years in prison for possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, a Class B felony, and bail jumping, a Class C felony. more »»


May 12, 2016 Rebel 1 robber pleads guilty A 20-year-old Tower City man pleaded guilty Wednesday to robbing a Minot convenience store last December and refusing to halt. more »»


May 12, 2016 Woman prescribed buffer zone around alleged victim A 54-year-old Minot woman accused of terrorizing and aggravated assault was ordered Wednesday to stay 500 feet away from one of her alleged victim. more »»

Drug, assault charges will cost man three years in prison

May 12, 2016 A 49-year-old Minot man will serve three years in prison for delivering three grams of cocaine to a criminal informant working for the Ward County Narcotics Task Force on April 12 and for assaulting... more »»

Shooting sentence

May 11, 2016 One of two men involved in a shooting incident at Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill in Minot Aug. 23, 2015, will serve about two years in priso. more »»

Time for tech

May 11, 2016 New technology in Minot City Hall is changing the way city leaders do business. more »»

Trash collection change proposed

May 11, 2016 Minot residents would see the phasing in of a new trash collection program if a proposed plan is approved June 6 during a regularly scheduled session of the city counci. more »»

Teen activist leading protest against pipeline

May 11, 2016 NEW TOWN – A 15-year-old New Town girl is leading a protest effort against plans to install a pipeline that will transport crude oil beneath Lake Sakakawea. more »»



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