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Downtown days of yesterday

January 31, 2016 If you take a walk around downtown Minot, you can still catch glimpses of days gone by on some of the buildings. more »»

More than a game

January 31, 2016 Toys filled two rooms at the Vegas Motel, much to the delight of collectors, traders, browsers, farm kids and other interested folk as the Triple T Toy Show taking place this weekend. more »»

School attendance boundaries upset some parents

January 31, 2016 Some parents in the Minot school district are expressing concern about proposed changes to school attendance boundary lines in the district next year. A public meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Safe schools

January 30, 2016 The Minot Public School District has doubled the number of surveillance cameras at its two high school campuses in the past few years, but they want to add even more. more »»

Watching the waste

January 30, 2016 The North Dakota Health Department has been inspecting facilities that generate radioactive oil-field waste and letting them know that oversight of disposal will be increasing under new state rules... more »»

No prelim in child neglect case

January 30, 2016 A defense attorney has waived a preliminary hearing scheduled for Thursday for a Minot woman accused of leaving her two toddlers and baby alone in a locked room in her apartment last Novembe. more »»

Making music last a lifetime

January 30, 2016 Terri Aldrich is the new owner of the Children’s Music Academy in Minot as of Friday. Denisse Cameron, academy owner, made the announcemen. more »»

Farm Credit Services going into 100th year

January 30, 2016 Farm Credit Services nationwide is going into 2016 celebrating its 100th anniversary. more »»

Lottery adds new game

January 30, 2016 On Sunday, January 31, more than 400 North Dakota Lottery retailers across the state will begin sales of “Lucky for Life,” the North Dakota Lottery’s newest game, according to a press release from... more »»

District 38 Republicans seek re-election to Legislature

January 30, 2016 State Sen. David Hogue and Reps. Dan Ruby and Larry Bellew announced Friday they will seek re-election to the North Dakota Legislature from District 38. more »»

Shirley will be interviewed for UND job

January 30, 2016 Minot State University president Steve Shirley has been added to a list of candidates who will be interviewed in person next week in Minneapolis for the presidency at the University of North Dakota. more »»

Defense counsel drops apologetic suspect

January 29, 2016 A preliminary hearing for Joseph Recardo Barnes Jr., 36, was continued Thursday after Barnes’ defense attorney, Marquis Bradshaw, withdrew as Barnes’ lawyer. more »»

Health care costs rising in N.D., nation

January 29, 2016 When Bruce Iverson became eligible for Medicare and lost the health coverage associated with his railroad pension, he and his wife, Cindy, saw their insurance premium jump about 72 percen. more »»

Alleged victim wants no contact order dropped

January 29, 2016 In November, Matthew Pauley’s girlfriend told police that he pulled a gun on her, causing her to flee from him in terror. On Thursday, the woman told North Central District Court Judge Richard L. more »»

Almost like new

January 29, 2016 They’re back at it. Several volunteers at the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot are painting and doing other “spruce up” work on an A-7 Corsair II. more »»

Judge rebuffs aggravated assault charge

January 29, 2016 A preliminary hearing is usually a mere formality, but that wasn’t the case on Thursday in North Central District Court. Norman Alan Hartwell Jr. more »»

Briefly

January 29, 2016 Shepherd pleads not guilty to spitting at cop Anthony Christopher Shepherd, 29, Minot, pleaded not guilty Thursday to spitting at a Minot police officer last Augus. more »»

Briefly

January 29, 2016 Plea entered by accused store robber Christopher Ryan Olson, 20, Tower City, pleaded not guilty Thursday to robbing a convenience store in December. more »»

Accused fake money makers face real charges

January 28, 2016 A Minot man and woman are facing multiple felony counts of counterfeiting. Canthony Joseph Cooper Jr. more »»

Committee opts for terminal demolition

January 28, 2016 Minot’s existing airport terminal needs to go once a new terminal opens on Feb. 29, members of the Minot City Council’s Airport Committee decided Tuesda. more »»

 
 

 

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