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Preventing poisonings

March 18, 2014 Mr. Yuk, the image used in labeling substances that are poisonous if ingested, was designed as a way to help children learn to avoid ingesting poisons. The stickers featuring M. more »»

Plans for red pandas

March 18, 2014 The otters and penguins will be returning to Minot’s Roosevelt Park Zoo over the course of the summer, and the old Education Building will begin its transformation into an ambitious new aviary, but... more »»

Mellencamp to play State Fair

March 18, 2014 On his website, singer-songwriter John Mellencamp has listed among his scheduled appearances a stop in Minot on July 19 at the North Dakota State Fair. more »»

Two dead in crash

March 18, 2014 WILLISTON – Two people are dead after the vehicle they were in struck the side of a semi truck at the intersection of U.. more »»

Stuck valve causes oil, saltwater spill

March 18, 2014 BISMARCK – A stuck valve caused the release of 340 barrels of oil and 220 barrels of saltwater at a central tank battery in Bowman County, according to the North Dakota Department of Mineral... more »»

Jerry Chavez resigns to accept Indiana position

March 17, 2014 Jerry Chavez submitted his resignation today as president of the Minot Area Development Corporation, effective April 11. more »»

Downtown meeting

March 16, 2014 An open house on March 25 will provide the public an opportunity to view below ground and streetscape plans for changes coming to downtown Minot. more »»

New flooding adds to Rice Lake woes

March 16, 2014 RICE LAKE – Rice Lake property owners are scrambling again as thawing weather means new threats to roads, the sewer system and homes. “Same battle – new month. more »»

Proposed projects to serve Williston region

March 16, 2014 WILLISTON – Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway plans to build second mainline tracks between Ray and Epping and also between Ross and Tioga, while New Frontier, LLC, proposes to build a rail yard... more »»

Date set for Heritage Center expansion grand opening

March 16, 2014 BISMARCK – The grand opening celebration of the North Dakota Heritage Center and State Museum expansion in Bismarck has been scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.. more »»

Foundation giving grants

March 16, 2014 It doesn’t have to be the Christmas season for the St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation to be in the spirit of givin. more »»

State watches wells for flooding

March 15, 2014 WILLISTON – The warmer temperatures and melting snow in recent days have caused flooding problems at well sites in the confluence area of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers. more »»

Flood emergency declared for Ward County

March 15, 2014 The Ward County Commission declared a flood emergency for the county on Friday and ordered the activation and utilization of the Ward County Emergency Operations Plan to monitor flooding, alleviate... more »»

Woman pleads ‘not guilty’ to attempted murder

March 15, 2014 Heather Leavitt, 36, Minot Air Force Base, accused of stabbing her husband eight times at his home during the early morning of Feb. more »»

Sentence reduced for negligent homicide convict

March 15, 2014 A man convicted of negligent homicide a year ago had his sentence reduced by about nine and a half months at a hearing Thursday at the Ward County Courthouse in Minot. more »»

More Highway Patrol troopers assigned to area

March 15, 2014 BISMARCK – Four additional North Dakota Highway Patrol troopers have been assigned for duty in North Dakota’s oil and gas region, Gov. Jack Dalrymple announced on Friday. more »»

Man saved from drowning in wreck

March 15, 2014 The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports that a rollover occurring Friday afternoon outside of Minot very nearly resulted in a man’s drowning. more »»

Twenty arrested in law enforcement operation

March 15, 2014 A two-day operation in the McKenzie County area involving agents with the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, together with federal and local law enforcement agencies resulted in the... more »»

City dealing with spring thaw problems

March 15, 2014 With the spring thaw in full effect, warm temperatures are taking their toll on roads and underground infrastructur. more »»

 
 

 

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