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Truckers must use New Town bypass

February 9, 2015 By ELOISE OGDEN Regional Editor NEW TOWN – Truckers must use the new bypass at New Town or face a $1,500 fine if they drive through the city without a delivery purpose there. more »»

Water board looks at Whispering Meadows concerns

February 9, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer jschramm@minotdailynews. more »»

Flooding not expected this spring

February 9, 2015 By KIM FUNDINGSLAND Staff Writer MOOSE JAW, SAS. more »»

Newly trained troopers stationed across state

February 9, 2015 Twelve newly trained Highway Patrol troopers have been assigned to areas across the state including two troopers, Mark Kline and Ethan Rostvedt, who will be stationed in Mino. more »»

Minot couple’s garage burned to ashes

February 9, 2015 A Minot couple’s house on 46th Street Southeast burned Sunday morning in a fire of suspicious origin. “I was in the the house at the time of the fire and I called the fire department. more »»

Backpack Buddies wins Contest

February 9, 2015 Backpack Buddies, a program of the Magic City Campus National Honor Society, has been chosen winner of this year’s Power of the Purse contest. more »»

Police monitor potential stand off in Minot

February 9, 2015 The Minot Police Department alerted the public shortly before 7 p.m. Sunday that it was dealing with a potentially armed subject possibly barricaded in a garage in northwest Mino. more »»

Byre works to promote prevention

February 8, 2015 Renae Byre of Minot has sought to reduce the incidence of cancer in North Dakota through her work in tobacco prevention and cessation, and much of that work has been done while fighting her own... more »»

Frozen Fingers Festival

February 8, 2015 It’s that time of year again-the singing, foot tapping, hand clapping event where lovers of old time country music and beyond feel right at home. more »»

Changes under way at Main Street Auto

February 8, 2015 Customers at Main Street Auto are going to be seeing a lot more of Shawn Theurer these days. In the past, Theurer spent most of his time in the shop working on vehicles. more »»

Rolette honor roll

February 8, 2015 Straight A Grade 12: Cheyenne Daniel, Ashley Fritel, Casey Julson, Theodore Martin, Delaney Selvig. more »»

B-52 fleet upgrades part of command’s modernization effort

February 8, 2015 The entire fleet of B-52 Stratofortress bombers, including at Minot Air Force Base, will be receiving an internal weapons bay upgrade, according to Air Force Global Strike Command Public Affairs. more »»

Wefald captures stories of N.D.’s women elected state officials

February 8, 2015 BISMARCK – Just 17 women in North Dakota had been elected to statewide office in 125 year. more »»

New Town honor roll

February 8, 2015 New Town High School Highest honors Jessica Aubol, Ariana Bell, Marc Bluestone Jr. more »»

Art for a cause

February 8, 2015 Under the initiative of a young artist from Florida currently living in Minot, a group of artists in the city Saturday hosted a talent show at Pangea House where the artists said all the proceeds... more »»

United Way to hold cycling event

February 8, 2015 In an effort to meet its new $1 million goal, the Souris Valley United Way will hold a cycling event March 7 at the Minot Family YMC. more »»

Fundraiser to help restore Dakota College’s Old Main

February 8, 2015 BOTTINEAU – A fundraiser is being organized on March 13-14 for Dakota College at Bottineau’s historic Old Main. “Reclaim Old Main” is being organized by the college and by Bottineau community members. more »»

Deering man arrested for terrorizing, gun charge

February 8, 2015 A 23-year-old Deering man was arrested in Minot Saturday morning on three charges, including terrorizing, driving under the influence and having a loaded gun in a car. more »»

Minot man faces felony DUI charge

February 8, 2015 A 35-year-old Minot man, Jerricho Molzahn, is facing potential prison time after being arrested for a fourth DUI early Saturday morning. more »»

Legislative hearing date set for museum dispute

February 7, 2015 A hearing date has been set at the state Legislature for a Senate bill that would allow the Ward County Historical Society Pioneer Village Museum to remain on the North Dakota State Fairground. more »»



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