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Measure 6 (Equal parenting rights)

November 4, 2014 Measure fails Yes 66,035 No 107,636... more »»

Measure 7 (Changing pharmacy law)

November 4, 2014 Measure fails Yes 73,243 No 104,499... more »»

Measure 8 (Moving school start date back)

November 4, 2014 Measure fails Yes 77,508 No 97. more »»

Early ballots cast

November 4, 2014 Thousands of votes already have been cast in a general election that concludes today when polls close at 7 p.. more »»

Council approves mining plans in Minot

November 4, 2014 A gravel mining company persuaded the Minot City Council to grant a mining permit despite residential neighbors who objected to what they called a “nuisance” Monda. more »»

Changes in political advertisment

November 4, 2014 The Minot Daily News has received several phone calls today questioning politicial advertisements, signs and banners near polling place. more »»

MSU food drive set for Saturday

November 4, 2014 Minot State University’s Student Social Work Organization will hold its 12th annual “Freezin for a Reason” food drive from 9 a.m. to 5 p.. more »»

The gift of reading

November 4, 2014 Customers shopping at Dakota Square Mall have many options for entertainment and shopping, but for the next two months they can also give the gift of reading to children in need through the annual... more »»

A world of discovery for all

November 3, 2014 There’s a wind tunnel, a maze of learning and a variety of other activities that capture the attention of children. Maybe adults too. more »»

A real pro’s pro at PT

November 3, 2014 In the world of physical therapy, Nancy Gasmann, one of the physical therapists at Trinity Health in Minot, could probably be considered a real pro’s pro with physical therapy. more »»

Minot Daily News unveils a new look

November 3, 2014 Beginning today, you will see changes in The Minot Daily News that we hope will better connect with our readers. Inside today’s paper, on Page A5, we are unveiling a new calendar of events page. more »»

Aspiring Eagle aids llamas

November 2, 2014 Sometimes those for whom you do favors say nothing at all, and it’s just fine. more »»

An American hero

November 2, 2014 Retired Air Force Col. Jacksel M. more »»

Election day will decide races, measures

November 2, 2014 Voters in the Minot area will go to the polls Tuesday to decide a number of county and state races as well as several measures. more »»

Honor rolls

November 2, 2014 Highest honors Grade 12: Megan Anderson, Kaylee Armstrong, Madison Bailey, Kayla Behnkie, McKinley Bender, Sophie Bengson, Ryan Bent, Jake Bloms, Noah Bosh, Colin Bowley, Casey Brey, McKenna Brown,... more »»

Honor rolls

November 2, 2014 Highest honors Colton Lund, Preston Miller, Kyler Roteliuk, Olivia Tafelmeyer, Kaleb Larson, Mara Roteliuk, Sydnie Hedstrand, Sydney Larson, Hannah Newman, Eliana Tafelmeyer, Jazmine Beardsley, Aubr... more »»

Downtown parking enforcement

November 2, 2014 The Minot Police Department will resume its enforcement of the alternate street night parking restrictions in the downtown area beginning tonight. more »»

Honor rolls

November 2, 2014 High honors Grade 12: Kaitlin Bachmeier, Elizabeth Blessum, MyKell Bosch, ReeAnn Christianson, Darby Deckert, Allison Foster, Bradley Heidlebaugh, Helen Johnson, McKenzie Johnson, Kassi Jorgenson,... more »»

The price of nuclear deterrence

October 31, 2014 An expert in the strategic nuclear enterprise says the next Congress will need to determine if the nuclear modernization effort the administration and Congress agreed on a few years ago can be... more »»

Minot airport receives oil impact money

October 31, 2014 BISMARCK – Minot International Airport will receive more than $2 million in energy impact money toward its airport improvements, including its new commercial terminal. more »»



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