The Minot Sertoma Club invites everyone to Celebrate Sound Don’t Walk in Silence on May 3 at Minot State University’s South Loop. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m.; the walk starts at 5 p.m.
Maybe you haven’t heard, but for more than 36 million Americans, hearing loss is a significant ...
Three candidates have filed to run for Minot mayor. Another six candidates are vying for three open positions on the Minot City Council, and two people are seeking the municipal judgeship.
The filing deadline for city offices was Monday. The city election is June 12.
Council member Shawn ...
The Minot Park Board called a special meeting Thursday to discuss a partnership with the Magic City Discovery Center, which is seeking to build a permanent children’s museum in Minot. By the end of the meeting, the lease agreement was unanimously approved.
The Magic City Discovery Center ...
The promoters of the Magic City Discovery Center made a good choice when they went to the Minot Park Board looking for land on which to put down permanent roots.
The park board – as usual – made a wise choice of its own by granting the Discovery Center a long-term lease, virtually free. ...
March 23, 1922-Feb. 24, 2018
George Edward Woell,
95 years, died Saturday,
February 24, 2018 in Ona-
laska, WI after a short
time in Hospice care.
He was born March 23,
1922 in Browerville, Min-
nesota to Edward and
Anna (Laumeyer) Woell,
the 3rd of 4 children. ...
I find it fascinating that we call natural disasters, such as earthquakes or tsunamis, “acts of God.” This week we witnessed the horrific scenes from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where 17 people died after a gunman opened fire. I consider that an “act of ...
The weather took the Minot region, and most of North Dakota, for a wild ride in 2017. The year started with drifts of deep snow courtesy of a series of three blizzards that began in late 2016.
From all appearances it looked like the winter of 2016-17, at least for snow depth, was going to be ...
Today I would like to share with our local community readers the reasoning behind bringing Wreaths Across America to the Magic City of Minot.
Wreaths Across America started in 1992 as a simple gesture of gratitude by one man, a wreath maker from Maine, and his family. ...
Sue Stewart recalls feeling somewhat overwhelmed but definitely delighted the first time she volunteered at Christmas in the Park as a new Sertoma member.
Minot’s Sertoma Club has presented the light show in Oak Park for at least 20 years, relying on volunteer labor to create, set up and ...
Dec. 22, 1929-Aug. 19, 2017
John Henry “Jack” Hoe-
ven Jr., 87, Chairman of
the Board of Directors of
First Western Bank and
leader died on Saturday,
August 19, 2017 in his
home surrounded by his
John Henry Hoeven Jr.,
or Jack ...
YWCA Minot is launching a new “Fresh Start” program for homeless women and children.
The program will enable women and children – including boys 12 years and younger – to avail themselves of a 10-minute, hot shower between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tuesdays through ...
A location has been selected and fundraising is about to begin for a future, permanent children’s museum in Minot.
The Children’s Museum Board in Minot held a news conference Thursday in north Minot at the site of its proposed Magic City Discovery Center. The property, just southwest of ...
Donald “Don” Haga was
born to Laura A. Haga
(nee Fausett) and Virgil D.
Haga in their Enderlin,
ND, home on June 2,
1928. He lived in Enderlin
until June 1941, when he,
his sister Melba Jean, and
parents moved to Minot,
He was always grateful
for his ...
Where will it all go? Where do we put it?
Those are questions being answered by Minot’s Public Works Department following yet another sizable snowfall in the city. The most recent dump of snow in Minot ranged from 5-7 inches. While that’s not considered a big snowfall, it fell on top of ...
Thus far, the City of Minot has avoided towing and impounding an abundance of vehicles parked on city streets. Cars parked on streets, many of them seemingly abandoned, block snow removal equipment from effectively cleaning streets.
In the Bismarck area recently, the problem of parked and ...
Maybe it was the election. Or the need to move on after the election. Nah. Probably the warmer than usual fall weather we’ve experienced this year.
Whatever the reason, it’s good to see the number of houses and businesses already decorated for the holidays with Christmas ...
The Minot Sertoma Club will bring light once again to Oak Park in Minot through its display of Christmas-themed lights for the community to enjoy. The Christmas lights are displayed beginning Friday, Nov. 25, and lasting through Dec. 31, from 6 to 10 every evening. The cost for viewing ...
Richard PaulMuhlbradt, 90, Minot,formerly of Parshall, diedSaturday, May 21, 2016,in a Minot nursing home.Richard was born June19, 1925, in Minot to Her-man and Doris (Van Sick-le) Muhlbradt. He wasraised on the family farmnear Raub and attendedcountry schools in thearea prior to ...
When: Today, 4:15 p.m.Where: Minot City Hall, council chambers, second floor, 515-2nd Ave. SWAgenda: The commission will act on a city ethics policy, eminent domain proceedings, new columbarium fees at the cemetery, contract renewal with the city's special assistant attorney Shane Goettle for ...