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All eyes on budget next year

September 17, 2016 While the state’s upcoming legislative session will inevitably end up addressing a number of issues, legislators are focusing their attention on the budget shortfall. more »»

‘Here to stay’

September 17, 2016 NEAR THE STANDING ROCK SIOUX RESERVATION (AP) — Tribal flags, horses, tents, hand-built shelters and teepees dominate one of the biggest, newest communities in North Dakota, built in a valley on... more »»

Anonymous threats against governor under investigation

September 17, 2016 State officials are looking into a video posted online making a vague threat against Gov. Jack Dalrymple among other government officials. more »»

Blue-green algae identified in the Des Lacs River

September 17, 2016 BISMARCK — The North Dakota Departments of Health (NDDoH) and Agriculture (NDDA), Animal Health Division, have issued a blue-green algae advisory for the Des Lacs River, in Ward, and Renville... more »»

Mental health celebration returns to Minot

September 17, 2016 Family fun and exciting entertainment will take place today, at the 2nd annual LeeWok Music and Arts Festival held at 7401 County Road 19, southeast of Minot. From 3-11 p.m. more »»

Where people of earth matter

September 17, 2016 A new business is opening in Minot that will give consumers the opportunity to buy locally produced items while giving to charity all at the same time. more »»

Dakota Hope Clinic hires new leaders, sets banquet

September 17, 2016 Dakota Hope Clinic has named new leadership and scheduled a Sept. 26 fundraising banquet for its charitable Christian outreach ministry in Minot. more »»

Delegation, governor lobby feds for help with demonstrations

September 17, 2016 WASHINGTON - Senators John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp, Congressman Kevin Cramer and Governor Jack Dalrymple have called on the U.S. more »»

Renaissance revision

September 16, 2016 A program that provides tax incentives to renovate aging buildings is coming to the end of its life in Minot. more »»

Former teacher pleads guilty to sexual assault

September 16, 2016 BOTTINEAU – A former Bottineau High School science teacher accused of having sexual contact with 17- and 15-year-old boys last year pleaded guilty Thursday to reduced charges. more »»

Armed robber sentenced

September 16, 2016 A 26-year-old Minot man will serve about five years in prison for robbing a Minot convenience store at gunpoint in May. more »»

Minot man charged with child abuse

September 16, 2016 A 35-year-old Minot man is accused of choking two boys, ages 11 and 10, on Sept. 1. Luis Moreno is charged with two counts of Class C felony child abuse. more »»

Wallace denies luring of a minor online

September 16, 2016 A Minot businessman pleaded not guilty Thursday to a Class C felony luring a minor by computer charge. more »»

NDFU disappointed in Bayer-Monsanto merger

September 16, 2016 JAMESTOWN, ND — NDFU President Mark Watne expressed disappointment today over the imminent consolidation of two global giants in the agricultural industry. more »»

Parshall man charged with burglarizing storage units

September 16, 2016 A 37-year-old Parshall man is accused of burglarizing five storage units in Minot between last week and Wednesday. more »»

Minot police warn of a possible lottery scam

September 16, 2016 Minot police received a report that an elderly woman was contacted by someone claiming to be with the Publishers Clearing House organization. more »»

Briefly

September 16, 2016 Council cancels special meeting A previously scheduled special meeting of the Minot City Council on Sept. 19 has been canceled. more »»

Briefly

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Spirited Debate

September 15, 2016 A city ad hoc committee will be wrestling in coming weeks with issues related to how alcoholic beverage sales are regulate. more »»

Fine fuels refinements

September 15, 2016 GRANVILLE – The city of Granville will pay a $3,000 state fine for deficiencies in the operation of its propane plant, but corrections and a plan forward are already in plac. more »»

 
 

 

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