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July 11, 2014 Minot AFB bomb wing getting new leader MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Col. Alex Mezynski, commander of the 5th Bomb Wing at Minot Air Force Base, will be turning over the bomb wing’s leadership to Co. more »»

Life Saving Award

July 10, 2014 Two deputies for the Ward County Sheriff’s Office were honored Wednesday for saving the life of a submerged motorist near Sawyer on a chilly day in March. more »»

Art program performed at Oak Park

July 10, 2014 Imagine martial arts for actors and you might start to form a picture of what area teens have been doing for six weeks at the North Dakota Governor’s School performing arts program. more »»

Saugstad collection for sale

July 10, 2014 A collection of more than 200 pieces of artwork, assembled over 50 years by Minot’s most ardent arts promoter, will be sold at a two-day event at the Taube Museum of Art next week. more »»

Souris record at Westhope, key gauge corrected

July 10, 2014 High water is slowly beginning to recede in the lower Souris River Basin in North Dakota and an often-watched U.S. Geological Survey river gauge that was giving faulty readings has been adjusted. more »»

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July 10, 2014 Casey Bradley withdraws from city manager race One candidate has withdrawn his name from the running for Minot city manager, leaving three candidates who be introduced to the community at a public... more »»

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July 10, 2014 USDA Housing Preservation Grants available Federal grants are available to support home renovations and improvements for low-income families living in rural areas, according to the office of Sen. more »»

Gas prices differ between N.D. cities

July 9, 2014 Gas prices vary from city to city in North Dakota, but don’t ask Minot Area Chamber of Commerce President John MacMartin why that might be. “I’ve given up trying to track it,” said MacMartin. “.... more »»

Secret garden tour

July 9, 2014 From castles to basalt rock fountains and whimsical yard art, the Minot Symphony’s secret garden tour offers a peak into five fine area yards. more »»

Sakakawea rise to continue

July 9, 2014 Lake Sakakawea will continue to rise through the month of July. That’s the latest information on Upper Missouri reservoir levels provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. more »»

Man allegedly threatens tribal council members

July 9, 2014 NEW TOWN – A New Town man was questioned and then released by Three Affiliated Tribes Police after he allegedly threatened Three Affiliated Tribes’ business council representatives and other tribal... more »»

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July 9, 2014 Man allegedly tries to run someone off road Police arrested Andrew Cueva, 21, Minot AFB, Monday just after 6 p.m. more »»

Soybean production, managing fertilizers to be featured at field tour

July 9, 2014 Soybean production, managing nitrogen and phosphorous fertilizers in wheat and corn will be a few of the topics discussed at the 70th Annual NDSU North Central Research Extension Center field tour... more »»

Ward 4 residents to vote on council member

July 8, 2014 Residents of Minot’s Ward 4 will vote to place a new representative on the Minot City Council on Nov. 4, the date of the statewide general election. more »»

Courthouse conflict ruffles small county’s serenity

July 8, 2014 BOWBELLS – An allegation of hostility in the sheriff’s office is disrupting the usual peace in Burke County. more »»

‘Go to 5,’ forever

July 7, 2014 Of the many technological upgrades the Minot Police Department is pursuing, such as new dash-cams and updates to their patrol cars, the one with the most immediate impact on the Minot community is... more »»

Family, and the Fourth

July 5, 2014 The combinations of shade and smiles, families and fun were very much evident at Minot’s Oak Park Friday afternoon. more »»

 
 

 

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