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Oil Slides on Demand Destruction Threats of a slowing world economy due to COVID-19 concerns pushed crude oil down this past week. Reduced air travel, a slowdown in Chinese oil imports, and a surging U.S. dollar, lowered demand for U.S. crude oil. Diesel fuel, heating oil, and gasoline ...

August recipients of the Minot Area Chamber EDC Eagle Award Program

August recipients of the Minot Area Chamber EDC Eagle Award Program are: Dawn Thompson, Old Navy; Brett Inches, Investors Management & Marketing; Rusty Heinze, Ralph’s Plumbing & Heating; Larry Hoff, Lyle’s Moving; Mike Thomason, Lyle’s Moving; Daisy Kenner, Lyle’s Moving; Ann ...

Brandon Polzin joins X-Golf Minot as PGA Golf Pro

X-Golf Minot has hired Brandon Polzin, PGA Golf Pro as Director of Lessons and Training. Polzin brings 10 years of experience as a golf professional to Minot. His previous experience includes X-Golf and club courses. X-Golf, a state-of-the-art golf simulator company plans to open its ...

July airline boardings bring ND closer to pre-pandemic level

BISMARCK – North Dakota’s eight commercial service airports posted 92,922 airline passenger boardings during the month of July, the highest level of passenger traffic that the state has seen since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission. ...

FUTURES FILES

Climate crisis worsens faster than predicted The “average” American chose to ignore the magnitude and urgency of climate change, while some even dared to deny it. Until this year’s droughts, fires, and floods, that is. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which is ...

Steinberger named president of North Dakota Nutrition Council

Desiree Steinberger has been named president of the North Dakota Nutrition Council. Steinberger, who serves as Nutrition Services Director at Trinity Hospital, was selected at the group’s annual conference after serving as president-elect this past year. A Kenmare native, she earned a ...