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Safety tested

June 11, 2014 Firetrucks and emergency service personnel surrounded a major crash between a city bus, a military vehicle and a tractor-trailer hauling a tanker of crude oil Tuesday morning. more »»

Barney wins race for mayor

June 11, 2014 Chuck Barney won the race to be mayor of Minot, according to the preliminary results tallied Tuesday night. Results showed Barney polling 1,327 votes, or 56 percent. more »»

Early totals show close ward races

June 11, 2014 First-time candidate Miranda Schuler unseated incumbent Scott Knudsvig in Minot’s Ward 5, while incumbent Dave Lehner narrowly held off a challenge by Robert Timm in Ward 1 in Tuesday’s Minot City... more »»

Velk, Mihalick re-elected

June 11, 2014 Incumbents Laura Mihalick and Steven Velk were re-elected to the Minot Public School Board during Tuesday’s election. With 11 precincts reporting, Mihalick had 1,609 votes, and Velk had 1,553 vote. more »»

2 new faces on the Minot Park Board

June 11, 2014 Tuesday’s primary elections were a bit like playing musical chairs for some of the candidates, particularly for the Minot Park Boar. more »»

Commission candidates advance

June 11, 2014 No one was eliminated from contention in the primary election for Ward County commissioner Tuesday, but the results give candidates and voters an early snapshot of how the electorate is leaning. more »»

Steady but slow

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Election day

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Computer glitch affects election

June 11, 2014 A computer glitch had Minot election workers improvising for a time Tuesday, but voting went on uninterrupted. more »»

Pipeline project halted

June 10, 2014 RICE LAKE – A proposed pipeline that was to carry water from flooding Rice Lake to a point approximately 11 1/2 miles south of the lake has been stopped by a ruling from District Court Judge Richard... more »»

Police seek high-risk sex offender

June 10, 2014 The Minot Police Department is requesting public assistance in locating Robert Thomas Baca, 48, who has both been seen and confirmed by an acquaintance to be in the Minot area. more »»

Modular classrooms being removed

June 10, 2014 Modular classrooms that had been in use the past three years to house students from flooded schools are being removed, said Superintendent Mark Vollmer. more »»

2 dead in Oregon school shooting

June 10, 2014 TROUTDALE, Or. more »»

New at the zoo

June 10, 2014 There are some new faces at Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot, except they’re animal faces rather than human faces and on Monday afternoon they were watching visitors walk past their exhibit. more »»

Cadet looks at Minot AFB life on the job

June 10, 2014 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Mary Clare Curtin said her visit to Minot Air Force Base this month will help her decide what career field to go into while in the military. more »»

Fargo woman crowned Miss N.D. 2014

June 9, 2014 WILLISTON — Jacky Arness of Fargo was crowned Miss North Dakota 2014 Saturday in Williston. more »»

Berg: Still in the race

June 9, 2014 Minot City Council candidate Ben Berg said Monday that he is continuing his run for office despite a health concern that arose suddenly. more »»

State primary

June 8, 2014 Voters in Ward and area counties will be deciding some local races and making their choices in a state primary election Tuesday. Ward County polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. more »»

‘Doing more with less’

June 7, 2014 Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., was introduced to the state of North Dakota by a helicopter ride 300 to 400 feet above the state’s border with Canada. more »»

Keeping service alive

June 7, 2014 It might be old fashioned, but in a modern sort of way that suits customers of Harley’s Automotive Center just fin. more »»



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