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Sage grouse remain in trouble

May 2, 2015 The situation is dire for North Dakota sage grouse. The state’s largest upland game bird is now so few in number that recovery seems all but impossible. more »»

Minot legislators satisfied with 2015 session

May 2, 2015 Despite having less money to work with than anticipated, Minot’s Republican lawmakers say they are pleased with the tax relief and funding levels the Legislature was able to provide before the... more »»

Pier pressure

May 2, 2015 The days appear to be numbered for the often visited public fishing area near Minot’s water treatment plant. more »»

Season of good weather: above average temps

May 2, 2015 Temperatures were above average in the local area this past month and helped motivate people to do more outdoor activities. “This past month of April, we had an average temperature of 43. more »»

First-Year experience members awarded

May 2, 2015 Teachers and students who are part of Minot State University’s First-Year Experience Program received awards during the annual First-Year Experience Dessert Reception on Thursday. more »»

Scam begins to resurface

May 2, 2015 A longtime IRS enforcement scam continues to resurface in the local area. During such a phone call to a local resident the female caller left a message, claiming she was from the U.S. more »»

Briefly

May 2, 2015 Bill has funding for nuclear national security The fiscal year 2016 Energy and Water Appropriations bill approved by the U.S. more »»

Heitkamp, Hoeven hope to rework water rule

May 1, 2015 U.S. Sens. Heidi Heitkamp and John Hoeven announced Thursday they are working to get the Environmental Protection Agency to rework or rescind the Waters of the U.S. Rule. more »»

De-alerting missiles?

May 1, 2015 WASHINGTON (AP) — A former commander of U.S. nuclear forces is leading a call for taking U.. more »»

Hoeven outlines priorities for strong nuclear triad

May 1, 2015 Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., this week told an audience of Air Force personnel, defense industry professionals and congressional staff in Washington, D.C. more »»

Human trafficking conference held at Minot State

May 1, 2015 International sex trafficking is not just a problem in far away countries like Thailand and Cambodia, said Jassy Bindra, the main presenter at a symposium on human trafficking held at Minot State... more »»

Creeping this way

May 1, 2015 The American bullfrog, the largest frog in North America, isn’t known to be in North Dakota but it is in nearby states. more »»

Faces of the zoo

May 1, 2015 Editor’s note: Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot will open for the season Saturday. The May hours for the zoo will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. more »»

MSU to celebrate Print Day in May

May 1, 2015 Minot State University’s Flat Tail Press is celebrating Print Day in May on Saturday with an invitation for the public to help students and faculty with the printmaking process. more »»

Briefly

May 1, 2015 Police seeking help after robbery Minot police are seeking the public’s help in catching an armed robber who hit the Loaf ‘n Jug convenience store in west Minot early Wednesday morning. more »»

Briefly

May 1, 2015 Pay raises approved for 171 federal employees The U.S. Office of Personnel Management has approved pay rate increases for 171 federal employees working across western North Dakota. Sen. more »»

New arrivals at the zoo

April 30, 2015 Ole and Lena have a baby. Minot’s Roosevelt Park Zoo announced Wednesday that the zoo has two additions – the birth of an American bison calf and the return of a male North American river otter. more »»

Governor extends fire emergency through May 8

April 30, 2015 Gov. Jack Dalrymple today extended a statewide fire emergency through May 8 to protect against fire outbreaks. more »»

Hagerott named new chancellor

April 30, 2015 Mark Hagerott has been chosen as the next chancellor of the North Dakota University System. Hagerott will begin July 1. He replaces Larry Skogen who has served as interim chancellor since June 201. more »»

Alternative dispute resolution to be considered

April 30, 2015 North Central District Judge Todd Cresap has ordered the North Dakota State Fair Association and the Ward County Historical Society to consider alternative dispute resolution. more »»

 
 

 

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