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Corps takes comments on Minot sewer project

January 25, 2015 ST. PAUL, Minn. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. more »»

Jim Hill Middle School honor roll

January 25, 2015 Highest honors Grade 8: Areana Altschuler, Sydney Andes, Connor Armstrong, Melissa Axelson, Anna Baldwin, Ryen Ballantyne, Brenna Bliss, Rebecca Boen, Lily Bonebrake, Lacy Britt, Trey Burk, Eva... more »»

Character Counts announces award winners

January 25, 2015 The 2014-2015 Youth and Community Character Awards Banquet sponsored by the Minot Community Character Counts! Coalition will be held at 6:15 pm Wednesday in the Minot State University Student Union. more »»

Shots in Minot investigated

January 25, 2015 Numerous shots were heard shortly before 2 a.m. Saturday in the 1400 block of Fourth Street Southwest, according to a police report. more »»

Glenburn honor roll

January 25, 2015 Highest honors Grade 12: Samantha Beauregard, Parker Bush, Katelyn Dufner, Sidney Spokely. Grade 11: Timothy Kraft, Sierra Payne. more »»

Kenmare honor roll

January 25, 2015 Straight A Grade 12: Justice Brown, Elsa Condit, Katie Ingerson, McKinzie Jensen, Linda Yang. Grade 11: Tanner King, Alexandria Montalbano, Dalton Petersen. more »»

Grenora honor roll

January 25, 2015 A Grade 12: Iida Byman, Thomas Field. Grade 11: Chelsea Berg, Joshua Pitman, Adele Rintamaki. Grade 10: Sara Melgaard. Grade 9: Ella Byman, Cornelia Enander. more »»

January’s welcome warm spell

January 24, 2015 January? Seriously? Can’t be! Oh, yes it is. Forty degrees in September might send a shiver through your bones, but 40 degrees in January couldn’t be more pleasant. more »»

Brownfields project

January 24, 2015 A citizens committee offered additional insights Thursday into a project designed to promote redevelopment of vacant or under-utilized properties in Minot. more »»

Souris reservoirs reach required levels

January 24, 2015 FOXHOLM – All three major reservoirs influencing flows in the Souris River that curls through Minot have reached operating levels as prescribed in the International Agreement that governs river... more »»

Mountrail County creates housing for foster care

January 24, 2015 STANLEY – The level of demand for foster care in Mountrail County has prompted county officials to go beyond recruiting more homes. more »»

Grain rail car shortage decreasing, waiting shortening

January 24, 2015 The two railways servicing North Dakota are finally catching up with grain shipments as both Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Canadian Pacific made big strides in the last week. more »»

Guardians Foundation gives shelter to vets

January 24, 2015 WILLISTON – Military veterans have a place to stay and help with finding jobs in the Bakken area in North Dakota and Montana through The Guardians Foundation Inc. more »»

Health Department testing Williston’s water supply

January 24, 2015 WILLISTON – The North Dakota Department of Health and the city of Williston, in response to an oil spill near Glendive, Mont., has sampled and tested the city’s drinking water supply. more »»

MSU, Dakota College at the legislature

January 24, 2015 Representatives from Minot State University and Dakota College at Bottineau presented to the House Appropriations (education and environment division) committee on Wednesday in Bismarck, said MSU... more »»

Pro-Russian rebels reject peace deal, launch new offensive

January 24, 2015 DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine rejected a previously signed peace deal Friday and launched a new multipronged offensive against Ukrainian government troops, upending... more »»

Downtown association looks to increase shuttle service

January 24, 2015 In partnership with the Minot Parking Authority, the Downtown Business and Professional Association is working to increase its downtown shuttle service. more »»

$2 gasoline: Good times keep rolling at the pump

January 24, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — At some point this will end, perhaps even soon. The price of gasoline will not fall to zero. But for the first time since 2009, most Americans are paying less than $2 a gallon. more »»

Correction

January 24, 2015 The city of Minot’s expected contribution to the downtown parking ramps is $9.15 million. A figure included in an article Friday was miscalculated. more »»

 
 
 

 

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