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Lake Sakakawea ice free

April 7, 2016 It was only a matter of time and weather. Lake Sakakawea was declared “ice free” by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers April 1. The date is somewhat misleading. more »»

Fighter squadron exhibit set for dedication

April 7, 2016 More details have been provided about a dedication ceremony planned at the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot to honor the 5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron’s contributions to the security of the... more »»

Minot woman faces several charges

April 7, 2016 Brittany Marie Beeter, 23, Minot, is facing a charge of fleeing and several other charges following an incident Wednesday. The Ward County Sheriff’s Office reported that at 12:13 p.m. more »»

Concealed weapon instructor loses license

April 7, 2016 Ross Walther, Garrison, has had his concealed weapon instructor license revoked by Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. more »»


April 7, 2016 Former teacher faces charges for corrupting minors BOTTINEAU - A preliminary hearing was held Wednesday in Northeast District Court in Bottineau for a one-time Bottineau High School science teacher... more »»


April 7, 2016 Would-be rapist sentenced, faces more charges Michael Alexander Williams will serve about 15 years in prison for breaking into a southeast Minot apartment and attempting to rape a woman on the day... more »»

From new to newer

April 6, 2016 With just minor details left to wrap up on the new county administration building, the Ward County Commission and its administrative departments are hosting an open house Friday. more »»

Lake Darling to open early

April 6, 2016 It’s a first, and area outdoor-types are certain to like it. more »»

MSU inspires children to read

April 6, 2016 Minot State University students were welcomed with bright smiles and lighthearted cheer Monday as they read their favorite books to young students at Bishop Ryan Catholic School. more »»

Pause for Paws

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Storytellers taking stage at museum opener

April 6, 2016 Oftentimes after a family dinner, people will stay at the table, tip back their chairs and tell storie. more »»


April 6, 2016 Warrant issued for Minot man Court records show that a bench warrant was issued Tuesday for a man accused of trying to steal a car at the Minot International Airport last October. more »»


April 6, 2016 Suspect could face life in prison ROLLA – An 18-year-old Dunseith man is accused of committing a forcible sexual assault in St. John last fall, according to court document. more »»

Holiday Inn-Riverside latest robbery scene

April 5, 2016 Minot’s recent rash of robberies struck the Holiday Inn-Riverside and has guests as well as community members alarmed by the latest crime. more »»

Minot break-ins continue to mount

April 5, 2016 Add four more to the list of burglary locations in Minot. Minot Police said Monday that they are investigating four break-ins that occurred this past weekend. more »»

City seeks planning consultant

April 5, 2016 The search for a consultant to work with the city planning office can begin, the Minot City Council decided Monday. more »»

Poll: Gov. Gary Johnson rising against Trump, Clinton

April 5, 2016 A Monmouth University poll released March 24 found that former New Mexico Governor and Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has support from 11 percent of voters in a hypothetical... more »»



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