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Fatalities, injuries in school bus-train crash

January 5, 2015 LARIMORE – A northbound Larimore school bus carrying about a dozen passengers was struck by a westbound freight train on the east side of Larimore in Grand Forks County Monday afternoo. more »»

‘Rocket Girl’

January 4, 2015 By ELOISE OGDEN Regional Editor eogden@minotdailynews.com When George Morgan’s mother, North Dakota native and U.. more »»

Minot man, Preston Dean, is the new N.D. poker champion

January 4, 2015 BY TENDAR TSERING Staff Writer ttsering@minotdailynews.com When the 11th annual North Dakota Texas Hold’em Championship ended Friday night, a Minot man, Preston Dean, was declared the new N.D. more »»

Area legislators say oil prices will ripple session’s calm

January 4, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer jschramm@ minotdailynews. more »»

Soccer Olympics

January 4, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer jschramm@minotdailynews.com About 150 youngsters tested their kicking and dribbling skills at an olympics event in Minot Saturday. more »»

Outdoor ice skating in full swing

January 4, 2015 By: MARISSA HOWARD Staff Writer mhoward@minotdailynews. more »»

Cramer presides over Military Appreciation Night in Sawyer

January 4, 2015 BY TENDAR TSERING Staff Writer ttsering@minotdailynews. more »»

Newspaper Delivery Delays

January 3, 2015 Due to a large volume of inserts and bad weather the Minot Daily News will be delayed in the City and Rural Areas this morning Saturday January 3r. more »»

No one hurt in oil tanks fire south of Williston

January 3, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Emergency officials in North Dakota's top oil-producing county have begun the new year battling a blaze at a crude storage facility and monitoring a well blowout that spewed several... more »»

Kids in Minot awaiting mentors

January 3, 2015 BY TENDAR TSERING Staff Writer ttsering@minotdailynew. more »»

From poker to people

January 3, 2015 By MARISSA HOWARD Staff Writer mhoward@minotdailynews. more »»

Soggy Sakakatchewan

January 3, 2015 By KIM FUNDINGSLAND Staff Writer kfundingsland@ minotdailynews.com Water levels of three major reservoirs located on the Souris River watershed above Minot are either at or very near their Feb. more »»

Railways fall behind on grain shipments

January 3, 2015 By DAVID RUPKALVIS Editor drupkalvis@minotdailynews.com Christmas week was not a good one for rail companies in North Dakota. In their weekly grain car reports to the U.S. more »»

The price of gas varies

January 2, 2015 Gas prices varied throughout the state on New Year’s Day. The cheapest gas to be had in the area was at the Cenex C-Store in Max, where regular gas was reported to be selling for $2. more »»

Air museum works to restore history

January 2, 2015 Work is under way by volunteers at the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot to reassemble an F-106 Delta Dart, a plane like the ones the former 5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Minot Air Force... more »»

Oil spill reported near Keene

January 2, 2015 KEENE – North Dakota Department of Health officials said late Friday afternoon the department was notified of an oil spill about 1 mile northwest of Keene in McKenzie Count. more »»

Lincoln is Minot’s New Year’s Baby

January 2, 2015 He waited until morning, but Lincoln Blake Schmitt finally rang in the New Year as Trinity Hospital’s first baby born in 2015. He arrived Jan. 1 at 7:45 a.m., weighing 6 lbs., one oz. more »»

Jordan’s requests for records stalled

January 2, 2015 S. Paul Jordan of Mandan has submitted 136 separate requests for records to the City of Mandan under the state’s open records law since last Apri. more »»

2014 ends with above average temperature

January 2, 2015 The month of December and the year wrapped up with a monthly average temperature of 17.6 degrees, a temperature above the average temperature of 4. more »»

WSC has housing available for spring semester

January 2, 2015 Williston State College still has housing available for the spring semester for students under age 25, according to a press releas. more »»

 
 
 

 

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