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Trinity Health Board signs letter of intent to partner with Billings Clinic

June 11, 2015 On what for some people dawned an ordinary day midweek in June where minimal details would likely stand out, it was quite the opposite for the groups of officials representing both Trinity Health an... more »»

Construction finalized

June 11, 2015 A concrete crew with Strata Corp. was hard at work Wednesday morning on a project that could have Third Street reopened to traffic at Central Avenue by Friday afternoon. more »»

Goya enters plea

June 11, 2015 William Jose Goya, 44, Minot, entered an Alford plea on Wednesday in North Central District Court to gross sexual imposition, a Class A felony. more »»

Committee considers role of taxis in transportation issue

June 11, 2015 Whether voluntarily or by city mandate, Minot cab companies are being eyed by an ad hoc committee as the solution for broadening transportation options for wheelchair passengers. more »»

City proposes new CDBG-DR spending

June 11, 2015 The city of Minot is amending its plan for spending disaster recovery funds to include a new affordable housing project, down-payment assistance for homeowners and additional property acquisitions. more »»


June 11, 2015 Body found in burned vehicle identified NORWICH – The North Dakota Medical Examiner’s Office has positively identified a body found Tuesday in a burned pickup truck in Ward County as Dennis Leith,... more »»


June 11, 2015 Newburg school board election results announced NEWBURG – Three people were elected to the Newburg school board on Tuesday. more »»

Learning aviation

June 10, 2015 Twelve-year-old Averie Hoffarth isn’t afraid to experiment and is interested in engineering. more »»

Newspaper Delivery Delays

June 10, 2015 Delivery of the Minot Daily News Wednesday Edition will be delayed by 1-2 hours this morning due to some production delays in printing. more »»

Trinity announcement

June 10, 2015 Trinity Health in Minot will hold a news conference this morning to make a major announcement regarding the future of healthcare in this region. More details to follow. more »»

Body found in vehicle

June 10, 2015 The Ward County Sheriff's Department is investigating an incident of a body of an unknown individual found Tuesday in a Chevy pickup that was burned. The vehicle was on 167th St. more »»

New hospital part of Trinity Health partnership

June 10, 2015 Trinity Health officials in Minot announced this morning its board of directors signed a letter of intent to partner with Billings clinic RegionalCare Hospital Partners Joint Venture. more »»

Body identified

June 10, 2015 The Ward County Sheriff's Department reports a body found Tuesday in a pickup truck that was burned on 167th St. NE in Ward County has been identified as Dennis Leith, 73, of Norwic. more »»

Flag Day ceremonies

June 10, 2015 Flag Day is a day to remember the infamous red, white and blue and all that this eminent symbol of our country – the flag – stands for. more »»

Blood donors can enter Fly Away a Hero event

June 10, 2015 United Blood Services in Minot is offering the ultimate vacation prize package to one lucky winner: two airfare vouchers to Hawaii and accommodations for a five-night hotel stay. more »»


June 10, 2015 Man killed in two-vehicle crash near Devils Lake DEVILS LAKE – An 85-year-old male from Perth was killed instantly when his 2014 Chevrolet pick-up was struck by a semi-trailer approximately two mile... more »»


June 10, 2015 Flint Knap-In to be Held at Knife River Indian Villages STANTON – Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site near Stanton kicks off its special events for this season with a Flint Knap-In o... more »»

Opening with a bang

June 9, 2015 Spartan Firearms had its grand opening in Minot June 1, at its location in the old Speedway Roadhouse building, 7101 U.S. Highway 2 and 52 W. more »»

Rice Lake expenditures discussed

June 9, 2015 How $2 million dollars should be spent and what it is allowed to be spent for dominated discussion at the Ward County Water Resource Board Monday morning. more »»



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