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Wonderful weather ahead

October 16, 2014 There are some ideal fall days ahead. A-t least that’s the opinion of the National Weather Service. more »»

Balloons released for babies gone but not forgotten

October 16, 2014 Parents, siblings and other family members and friends released about 250 pink, blue and white balloons over Minot Wednesday in honor of babies lost but not forgotten. more »»

Big night for Wanner

October 16, 2014 Tuesday was a big night for Eric Wanner. After serving as president of the Minot Association of Builders for the last year, Wanner officially handed over the president’s gavel to Kal Larso. more »»

Felony charge dismissed for commissioner candidate

October 16, 2014 By Tim Chapman Special to Minot Daily News TOWNER – A candidate for McHenry County commissioner had a Class C felony charge of theft of property dismissed in Northeast District Court on Wednesda. more »»

Flood-control system to begin this spring

October 16, 2014 More than three years after floodwaters overtook much of Minot, construction on a flood-control system will finally get started next year. more »»


October 16, 2014 A lunch menu in Sunday’s edition of The Minot Daily News incorrectly indicated that Our Redeemer’s Christian School will hold classes on Thursday and Friday of this week. more »»

‘Little free library’

October 15, 2014 One day when classes let out earlier this week at Sunnyside Elementary, first-grader Antaviona Withers and her classmates were intrigued by the new box full of books in front of their school. more »»

Leaders celebrate ‘EmPowering’ ND

October 15, 2014 All of the above. That was the message U.S. Sens. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., and John Hoeven, R-N.D., sent Tuesday during the eighth annual Great Plains and EmPower ND Energy Conference in Bismarc. more »»

F-106 arrives at Dakota Territory Air Museum

October 15, 2014 Today was a big day at the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot when the first truck arrived carrying parts of an F-106 fighter-interceptor for the museum, including its wings, fuel drop tanks and... more »»

Norsk Høstfest car winner

October 15, 2014 Andrea Johnson/MDN Bob Opperude opens the driver’s side door of his new 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Tuesday morning at Ryan Chevrolet. In the passenger seat is Connie Opperude. more »»

Slow gains in rail grain shipping

October 15, 2014 Canadian Pacific continued to make headway in the latest weekly grain shipping report delivered Tuesday. CP reported it had 1,771 open requests with an average wait of 3.57 weeks. more »»

More than $60M project

October 15, 2014 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – The railroad’s extensive oil and grain business was a slight issue in getting aggregate to Minot Air Force Base for its runway construction project this yea. more »»

Forthcoming Marriage

October 15, 2014 Jessica Volochenko and Gene LeRohl, both of Stanley, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. more »»

Project public hearing scheduled in Beulah

October 15, 2014 BEULAH – Two public hearings are scheduled in Beulah Oct. 23 on a proposal to construct a wind farm and associated electric transmission line in Mercer County. more »»

Research indicates oral health disparities in N.D.

October 15, 2014 GRAND FORKS – The Center for Rural Health has released a report on the status of oral health in North Dakota. The report was developed in response to a request from the North Dakota state Legislature. more »»

Groundbreaking set for tribes’ VA building

October 15, 2014 NEW TOWN – A groundbreaking ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday for the new Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation Veterans Affairs building, west of New Town. more »»

County declines appropriation for Sakakawea Medical Center expansion

October 15, 2014 Sakakawea Medical Center recently embarked on a capital campaign to raise funds for the proposed expansion of the center next spring. As part of the plans to garner $4. more »»

Berry Acres has something for everyone

October 14, 2014 That young couple driving through Nebraska in Stephen King’s short story “Children of the Corn” may not have found a corn maze particularly amusing or fun, but that doesn’t mean children and adults... more »»

$4B invested into plant

October 14, 2014 Gov. Jack Dalrymple announced Monday that Badlands NGL is investing a record $4 billion to build a plant that will turn ethane into polyethylen. more »»

Semi burns on Minot’s east edge

October 14, 2014 Kim Fundingsland/MDN Foam applied by Minot firefighters drips off the cab of a 2007 Volvo semi-trailer that caught fire late Monday afternoon. more »»



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