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Wilson C. Gillette: A lifetime of music

June 25, 2012 Wilson C. Gillette was 6 years old when he started taking piano lessons. “My mother made me take piano lessons,” said Gillette, 71, who grew up in Elbowoods and New Tow. more »»

Salvation Army officers say sad good-bye to Minot

June 25, 2012 Majs. Donald and Jane Kincaid packed a lot of activity into four years with the Salvation Army in Minot and would love to stay and continue the work. more »»

Arlyn Marquardt retires after nearly 40 years

June 11, 2012 Arlyn Marquardt has never been the sort of man who sought the limelight, but he received a worthy send-off during the Minot Public School Board meeting on Thursday, which was his last meeting as... more »»

Family/sports physician keeps people doing what they love

June 4, 2012 Dr. Dawn Mattern tries to keep people moving. more »»

From customer to career in care

May 28, 2012 What started out as a simple solution to a nagging problem turned into a lifelong career for a Minot woman. more »»

Living the Scouting oath: Vetter takes large, active troop through ranks

May 21, 2012 A sense of adventure has served Michael Vetter well as Scoutmaster for Minot’s Boy Scout Troop 433. more »»

‘Always be curious’ — MSU alumnus keynote speaker for 2012 grads

May 14, 2012 Minot native Amy Leonard recalls now that she was a little intimidated when she began work on her master of business administration at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., in the late 1980s. more »»

Drawing attention: Outdoors inspires Berthold artist

May 6, 2012 Sorry, she was told. Only artists were to allowed to enter. Tycee Evans walked away dejected, but then gathered the courage to try a second time. more »»

Bertsch is most deployed attorney in N.D. Guard

April 30, 2012 Lt. Col. Daniel Bertsch has the notoriety of being the most operationally deployed attorney in the North Dakota National Guard. That simply means he’s the most deploye. more »»

Ramstad principal retiring after 35 years in education

April 22, 2012 Going to the principal’s office is a little different this year at Erik Ramstad Middle School, since the school is currently being housed at the Minot Municipal Auditorium. more »»

Chief turns in badge for golf clubs

April 9, 2012 The cop with the golf decor on his wall is soon to be the golfer with the cop memorabilia on his wall. more »»

Former federal agent has lived interesting life

April 2, 2012 Steve Carrigan, who is currently the general manager of Eid Passport In. more »»

Local pastor crusades for 31 days in Africa

March 26, 2012 He put in his two cents worth and was remembered for it. Pastor Bob Edwards recently returned to Minot’s First Presbyterian Church after a 31-day crusade in Africa. more »»

Spanish teachers meet after 30 years

March 19, 2012 Two Spanish teachers at Minot High School-Central Campus have learned how very small the world can be. more »»

Brother-sister duo are youngest rodeo stock contractors in state

March 12, 2012 BERTHOLD — You might say it’s a bunch of bulls. That is, the stock contracting business that Kyle and Maci Abrahamson, of Berthold, are involved in with other family members. more »»

Going by the book: Patricia Gustafson adds another chapter to her life

March 5, 2012 WOLFORD – At a time when most people see their 60s as being a time of retirement, others, like Patricia Gustafson, see it as just a decade, another chapter in the book that is their life. more »»

FEMA family: Brothers respond when disaster strikes

February 20, 2012 Brothers Owen and Kenneth Brenden have seen the aftermath of a lot of disasters. more »»

Matt Kramer leads MADC board in post-flood Minot

February 13, 2012 It was love of his hometown that brought Matt Kramer back to Minot after he had moved away, and that same passion is now being put to use as he steps in to lead the Minot Area Development Corporatio... more »»

A money disposition: Upbeat Amy Moen seeks support for YMCA

February 6, 2012 Amy Moen, the new face at the Minot Family YMCA who was hired to establish their financial development office, is like a ray of sunshine and a bundle of energy. more »»

Revolutionary endeavor: Bottineau’s Jonathan Bartlett teaches Project Appleseed

January 30, 2012 BOTTINEAU – It wouldn’t be surprising if Jonathan Bartlett bleeds red, white and blue. more »»



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