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Dakota Hope banquet, youth event set for September

Pam Stenzel, founder of Enlighten Communications, will be speaking at the annual Dakota Hope banquet and conducting a SEX-ED youth event in September. Stenzel, who travels worldwide, speaking to more than 500,000 students each year, believes young people can make good decisions about sexual ...

Minot Men’s Winter Refuge to host two fun run, trap shoot on same day

Run, walk, crawl, or swing on a clay pigeon. All will be possible this Saturday at the Minot Gun Club as the Minot Area Men’s Winter Refuge hosts a combination of fundraising events. “Basically, it’s two fundraisers on the same day at the same location,” said Mike Zimmer, executive ...

Bacon and Brew at the Zoo set for Thursday

Seventeen local vendors will have bacon-inspired dishes ready for sampling at Bacon and Brew at the Zoo, a Greater Minot Zoological Society fundraising event, on Thursday at Roosevelt Park Zoo. Food vendors have been paired with those providing 4-ounce samples of beer, including one table ...

Minot Symphony Orchestra to hold auditions

The Minot Symphony Orchestra will hold auditions by appointment on Saturday Aug. 21. Interested musicians are asked to fill out a survey that can be found at www.minotsymphony.com no later than Aug. 19 to secure an audition time and receive the audition requirements. “Musicians in high ...

Lindsey Undlin writes, publishes first book

Editor’s Note: Lindsey Undlin, 14, of Lansford, recently wrote and published a book entitled, “Ruby Authur.” Currently, she is writing her second book in the series. In the following she tells about writing the book, preparing it for publication and having it published. Lindsey’s dad, ...

Great Tomato Festival set for Aug. 11

An ad appearing in the August 1989 edition of The Minot Daily News announced a tomato festival being planned in Minot. The Great Tomato Festival would have a gourmet picnic, a great vacation get away auction, chocolate cake contest and music by Bugsy Boys, according to the ad. Now 32 years ...