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Early morning fire evacuates Edgewood Vista

December 20, 2014 According to Minot Fire Department battalion chief John Hocking, a fire broke out at Edgewood Vista’s Memory Care Unit just before 4 a.m. Friday. more »»

Minot man sentenced for bank robbery

December 20, 2014 A Minot man, Antoine Lee Williams, Thursday was sentenced to 33 months for robbing a bank in Carrington. He was sentenced by U.S. more »»

Legislators may seek prison alternatives

December 20, 2014 Expanding services for drug addiction treatment is the best way to curb North Dakota’s growing prison population, a state senator said at a Minot Area Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committe... more »»

Hoeven responds to Obama’s remarks about the Keystone XL pipeline

December 20, 2014 Sen. John Hoeven on Friday issued a detailed statement in response to President Barack Obama’s remarks about the Keystone XL pipeline. more »»

A wreath success

December 19, 2014 Organizers of Minot’s first Wreaths Across America event say it was a success and are making plans for next year. more »»

Scheels gives back

December 19, 2014 Christmas came a week early for a variety of organizations in Minot on Thursday morning as Scheels hosted its Magic Day of Giving. more »»

Early morning fire evacuates Edgewood Vista

December 19, 2014 According to Minot Fire Department battalion chief John Hocking, a fire broke out at Edgewood Vista's Memory Care Unit just before 4 a.m. Friday. more »»

Slumberland Furniture donates 2,000 mattresses and box sets to nonprofits

December 19, 2014 This holiday season, Slumberland Furniture is working to provide families in need with new beds through its annual Making Homes for the Holidays program, according to a press release. more »»

Hoeven talks about 2014

December 19, 2014 North Dakota fared pretty well in 2014, U.S. Sen. John Hoeven said Thursday. more »»

N.D. officials eager to expand trade with Cuba

December 19, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — The Obama administration's move to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba could lead to increased sales of North Dakota crops to the communist island nation, though some issues would... more »»

A 24-hour racquet

December 19, 2014 He has pledged to play for 24 consecutive hours and a number of people have already signed up to insure that he does. more »»

Attention Subscribers:

December 19, 2014 If you have delivery changes to make to your subscription during the Christmas holiday, please be aware of the following deadlines. Changes for Monday, Dec. 22: call by noon today. more »»

Red pandas still coming to Roosevelt Park Zoo

December 19, 2014 Roosevelt Park Zoo, Minot’s pride as the oldest zoo in North Dakota, has a lot to be excited abou. more »»

Three-vehicle accident west of Watford City results in triple fatality

December 19, 2014 The North Dakota Highway Patrol and the McKenzie County Sheriff’s Department investigated a three-vehicle accident 13 miles west of Watford City that resulted in three deaths on the evening of... more »»

Contained release reported near Wildrose

December 19, 2014 WILDROSE – The North Dakota Oil and Gas Division said Thursday it has been notified of a contained release about 10 miles northeast of Wildrose. Continental Resources In. more »»

A Shelter Christmas

December 18, 2014 Each new member means another cup of Christmas cheer for the Souris Valley Animal Shelter. more »»

N.D. fines company $687,500 for disposal violations

December 18, 2014 BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota regulators assessed a $687,500 fine Wednesday against a Utah company for violating saltwater waste disposal rules. more »»

K-9 to the rescue

December 18, 2014 Most of the time, Saiber is a happy, go-lucky, family dog. But when it’s time to go to work, he is ready to get bad guys off the street. more »»



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