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Celebrating 200 years

September 10, 2014 BURLINGTON – Burlington-Des Lacs Elementary students celebrated the 200th anniversary of the national anthem Tuesday morning by turning themselves into a wave of red, white and blue. more »»

North Dakotans divided on Measure 1

September 10, 2014 Grassroots coalitions have taken positions on both sides of a constitutional right-to life amendment that will be decided by voters Nov. . more »»

Sinner advocates more competition to resolve issues

September 10, 2014 North Dakota’s Democratic candidate for Congress would like to see additional railroad companies come into North Dakota to help break up the shipping backlog in the state. more »»

MSU to award three Golden Awards

September 10, 2014 Three Minot State University alumni, Brenda Foster, Darwin Langseth and Tim Mihalick, will receive the MSU Alumni Association’s Golden Award Sept. 25 in the MSU Conference Center, at 6 p.m. more »»

Meth dealer sentenced to prison

September 10, 2014 A Tacoma, Wash., man who was caught trying to transport methamphetamine to New Town was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday. U.S. District Judge Daniel L. more »»

Briefly

September 10, 2014 First West Nile related death in 2014 reported BISMARCK–The North Dakota Department of Health announced the state’s first West Nile virus-related death in 2014, according to West Nile Virus... more »»

Volunteers fill food pantry

September 9, 2014 The shelves are full at Our Lady of Grace Food Pantry, but coordinator Joyce Sand said the need is growing too. Sand said the food pantry has served an additional 56 families in the past month. more »»

Kitten has tested positive for rabies

September 9, 2014 All but one of the people who purchased kittens last week at Amy’s Pet Parade have been contacted as of Monday morning, said Alicia Lepp, epidemiologist with the North Dakota Department of Health. more »»

Minot man pleads guilty to federal drug charge

September 9, 2014 MINOT (AP) — A Minot man has pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge. Daniel Connelly is charged with possession with intent to deliver a controlled substanc. more »»

Traffic light outages in Minot planned

September 9, 2014 Over the next few weeks, several Minot intersections will be involved in signal upgrade projects requiring signals to be turned of. more »»

List of candidates in N.D. tribal election set

September 9, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — Six candidates are on the primary ballot for chairman of North Dakota's Three Affiliated Tribes. The candidates for the Sept. more »»

Former city attorney still fighting termination

September 9, 2014 Minot’s former city attorney says she has requested the North Dakota Department of Labor immediately refer investigation of her whistleblower complaint against the City of Minot to the federal Equal... more »»

Giving back to the Magic City

September 9, 2014 While it might not set any world records with Guinness, the Engaging for Impact: A Magic Day of Giving will be the largest volunteer coordinated community service event in Minot. On Friday, Sept. more »»

Council trims budget after hearing from public

September 9, 2014 Minot property owners will see some increase in their tax bills, but the amount will be less than the 18 percent increase initially proposed in a preliminary 2015 budge. more »»

16-year old stabbed at campground

September 9, 2014 By ANDREA JOHNSON Staff Writer ajohnson @minotdailynews. more »»

New editor at The Minot Daily News

September 9, 2014 David Rupkalvis has been named editor at The Minot Daily News. He assumed the position Monday. more »»

New construction improves area

September 8, 2014 NEW TOWN – A townhome development is scheduled to open this fall at a bustling intersection near New Town that recently saw the opening of a motel and travel center. more »»

Coats and backpacks to be given away Sept. 13

September 8, 2014 Bob Gross will be giving away winter coats, snowsuits and backpacks to children on Saturday, Sept. 13, at 5:30 p.m. in front of the Roosevelt Park Zoo entranc. more »»

Kitten purchased at Amy's Pet Parade tests positive for rabies

September 8, 2014 The North Dakota Department of Health and the State Veterinarian's Office are alerting the public that a kitten purchased from Amy's Pet Parade pet store in Minot has tested positive for rabie. more »»

Possible Minot rabies victims being sought

September 8, 2014 By ANDREA JOHNSON Staff Writer ajohnson@minotdailynews. more »»

 
 

 

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