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It’s a family tradition

July 5, 2015 Fourth of July traditions not only call for picnics and fireworks, but the holiday serves as an opportunity for families to get together. more »»

Celebrating 239 years

July 5, 2015 Photos by Jill Schramm/MDN... more »»

Where’s Waldo? In Minot!

July 5, 2015 If you’re reading this article, then that means your spotting skills are on point – you found Waldo in the paper and you’re already on track to finding him downtown! Main Street Books and Candlewick... more »»

Concerns over winter wheat may boost prices

July 5, 2015 WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Market concerns about the quantity and quality of the U.S. more »»

Briefly

July 5, 2015 Phone problems encountered The Minot Daily News encountered a problem with its voice mail system Saturday. Customer and carrier messages cannot be retrieved presently. more »»

Hit the road July 11 to help ‘Kick Cancer’

July 5, 2015 What do you do about something that robs people of their futures, steals parents from their children and even takes children before they’ve had a chance to grow up? You give it a good, swift kick,... more »»

Williston's fortunes mixed bag 1 year into mayor's 1st term

July 5, 2015 WILLISTON (AP) — Mayor Howard Klug's excitement two weeks ago over opening two lanes of the Williston Northwest Truck Reliever Route was meant to reassure. more »»

Smoke stoking tempers

July 4, 2015 The smoke that has blanketed Minot for more than a week is starting to annoy some people. “I think it is really harmful for people with conditions like asthma and lung conditions. more »»

Carpio Cenex taking shape

July 4, 2015 CARPIO – It is one of the biggest construction projects ever in Carpio. Cenex is constructing a combination truckstop, automobile service center, convenience store and hardware stor. more »»

Bison Compost

July 4, 2015 LEEDS – Composting is a form of waste recycling. According to the partners in a Leeds operation that composts bison waste, it also is an example of value-added agriculture. more »»

Honoring a veteran

July 3, 2015 TURTLE LAKE – Sixty-five years ago John Anton Schafer was called up to serve his country in the Korean War. more »»

Sakakawea higher than expected

July 3, 2015 RIVERDALE – Lake Sakakawea has been on the rise in recent weeks, easily surpassing what was previously forecast to be a summer peak elevation on the sprawling reservoir. more »»

Target set for unofficial grand opening

July 3, 2015 Target at Dakota Square Mall has completed its 12-week remodel and will hold an unofficial grand opening ceremony all of next week. more »»

Faces of the Zoo

July 3, 2015 Its trademark is the black-and-white distinctive rings around its tail. Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot has seven ring-tailed lemurs. more »»

Powers Lake to become cardiac ready

July 3, 2015 POWERS LAKE – Powers Lake is preparing to become the first in the state of North Dakota to become a “Cardiac Ready Community” as designated by the North Dakota Department of Health. more »»

Domestic violence treatment offered in Minot region

July 3, 2015 BISMARCK – Beginning July 7, 2015, Lutheran Social Services will begin providing domestic violence treatment services to individuals previously served by the North Dakota Department of Human... more »»

Showcasing cattle

July 2, 2015 Minot hosted its first ever junior livestock show at North Dakota State Fairgrounds this past weekend. Around 100 junior ranchers from around the area participated in the two-day N.D. more »»

Salary increase, staff requested at county meeting

July 2, 2015 A Personnel Committee meeting was held at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Commissioners Meeting Room at the Ward County Courthouse. more »»

 
 

 

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