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Sculpted scenery

November 30, 2014 They’re sculpted in memorial, as symbols, out of reverence or just for fun. Statues can be found in Minot’s parks, school and churchyards and on private properties. more »»

Story of the state

November 30, 2014 BISMARCK – New exhibits in the newly refurbished North Dakota Heritage Center tell the story of the state from the age of dinosaurs to the present day. more »»

Briefly

November 30, 2014 Balfour man to get new hearing BISMARCK – The North Dakota Supreme Court has reversed a 25-year sentence handed down to the former mayor of Balfour for gross sexual imposition. The court ruled on Nov. more »»

For Obama and the Pentagon, an uneasy relationship

November 30, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — On a trip to Afghanistan during President Barack Obama's first term, Defense Secretary Robert Gates was stunned to find a telephone line at the military's special operations... more »»

Murder charges against Egypt's Mubarak dismissed

November 30, 2014 CAIRO (AP) — A judge dismissed murder charges Saturday against former President Hosni Mubarak and acquitted his security chief over the killing of protesters during Egypt's 2011 uprising, crushing... more »»

Black Friday sales fall as sales start earlier

November 30, 2014 NEW YORK (AP) — The crowds of bargain hunters that rush through store doors the day after Thanksgiving have thinned out. U.S. shoppers spent $9. more »»

Ferguson lesson: Police can better calm situations

November 30, 2014 SEATTLE (AP) — The grand jury that declined to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson was focused on whether he might have acted in self-defense when he shot and killed unarmed, 18-year-old... more »»

Tis the season to shop

November 29, 2014 With even the traditional, up-before-dawn shoppers sneaking in some early buys on Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday remains busy but less frenzied in Minot. more »»

No repeat of 2013 for Lake Sakakawea

November 29, 2014 GARRISON – What difference does a year make? In the case of Lake Sakakawea it can be quite a bit. In 2013 the state’s largest body of water was declared ice free May 13 and froze over Dec. 14. more »»

New chairman

November 29, 2014 NEW TOWN – One of Mark Fox’s first actions as chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes was broadcasting the tribal business council meetings on the tribal radio station. more »»

Airmen Cookie Drive collection starts Dec. 8

November 28, 2014 Those who like to bake cookies can contribute to the annual Minot Air Force Base Airmen Cookie Driv. more »»

Opponents of dog bans seek to change minds and laws

November 28, 2014 A group of area dog owners is circulating petitions and laying the groundwork for an appeal to remove a ban on pit bulls in Minot. more »»

Airport parking expands

November 28, 2014 Kim Fundingsland/MDN Although not yet completed, a new parking lot at the Minot International Airport appeared to be at full capacity Thursday. The lot is located south of the airport control tower. more »»

Cramer to serve on Energy and Commerce Committee

November 28, 2014 Congressman Kevin Cramer will take a seat on the powerful Energy and Commerce Committee when Congress reconvenes in January. more »»

Grandmother, mother grateful

November 28, 2014 Tears meant a happy ending to an unfortunate incident for a Minot mother. Crystal Carlson made a stop at an eastside Minot convenience store this past Tuesday. more »»

Waiting for shopping bargains

November 28, 2014 Kim Fundingsland/MDN Justin Fields, Colorado, right, was first in line outside Best Buy of Minot at 4:45 Thursday. more »»

Honor Roll for Glenburn

November 27, 2014 Glenburn Highest honors Grade 12: Samantha Beauregard, Parker Bush, Katelyn Dufner, Taylor Peters, Sidney Spokely, Cheyanne Virtue. more »»

Work continues to bring flood protection to region

November 27, 2014 The four-county water board spearheading flood protection for the Souris River Basin will be looking to the North Dakota Legislature for help in funding a project now estimated to cost $1 billion. more »»

Dinner for the homeless

November 27, 2014 Thanksgiving came early to the Men’s Winter Refuge Wednesday when two women’s groups joined forces to provide a holiday meal to the homeless residents. more »»

Giving tree

November 27, 2014 Jill Schramm/MDN A giving tree with ornaments representing the women and children served by Minot Domestic Violence Crisis Center sits inside Mainstream Boutique on the corner of Main and Central in... more »»

 
 
 

 

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