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Accident atop helipad grounds Trinity Hospital helicopter

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A damaged helicopter had to be removed from the Trinity Hospital helipad at mid-day Thursday. The site attracted numerous on-lookers who watched as a tall crane lifted the helicopter off the roof of the downtown Minot hospital and gently set it on a large flatbed trailer on the street below. ...

Minot’s M building has history, seeks future

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The big M on its roof established the eight-story former Midwest Federal Savings Bank as a Minot landmark, and many memories were made by folks who entered the building’s doors over the past 57 years. The glass-walled building currently is shuttered, but it’s on the short list of ...

Harvey native to be inducted into ND Aviation Hall of Fame

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Harvey native Allen Sauter, Bismarck, has been selected for induction into North Dakota’s Aviation Hall of Fame, according to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission. The induction ceremony will take place March 3 at the Upper Midwest Aviation Symposium banquet in Minot. Sauter, 78, ...

City, hobby shop reach lease agreement

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A hobby shop owner and the City of Minot have reached an agreement that will enable the shop to continue operating at the airport, but approval from the Federal Aviation Administration still is needed. The Aeroport Hobby Shoppe faced eviction because of the city’s position that it did not ...

New waterslide planned for Roosevelt Park Pool

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The Minot Park District will be replacing the water slide at the Roosevelt Park Pool with a new dual slide during the summer of 2020. The current slide was installed in 1985 and has withstood the test of time, providing great memories for over 35 years for visitors to the Roosevelt Park ...

Minot AFB airman injured while on leave in California

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Minot AFB Public Affairs issued a statement on Friday that an airman, assigned to the 91st Missile Wing, sustained injuries and was taken to a hospital in Jackson, Calif., on Wednesday. He was on leave in California when he was injured. He had previously been assigned to Travis AFB, Calif. ...

ND health care providers being prepared in case of coronavirus

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BISMARCK – Health care providers across North Dakota have been provided with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention information about the new coronavirus first detected in China, said a North Dakota Health Department official this week. Michelle Dethloff, with the Department’s ...

Senators back navigable waters rule

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WASHINGTON – U.S. Sens. Kevin Cramer and John Hoeven, both R-ND, issued their support Thursday for the Environmental Protection Agency’s final proposal, called the Navigable Waters Protection Rule, to replace the Waters of the U.S. rule. The proposal follows the administration’s repeal ...

Commission OKs project to conduct drone assessments of gravel roads

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WATFORD CITY – The McKenzie County Commission voted unanimously on Tuesday to award ISight RPV Services funding to provide drone assessments of gravel roads following rain events. The purpose of the assessment is to provide commissioners real-time imagery of road conditions to support ...

Global Entry enrollment workshop set in Minot

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office of Field Operations, will hold a Global Entry enrollment workshop in May in Minot. During this enrollment event, CBP will conduct interviews for conditionally approved Global Entry applicants. Global Entry is a voluntary, expedited clearance ...

Spring turkey season set

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The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is offering 6,230 wild turkey licenses for the 2020 spring hunting season, 205 more than last year. Seven of the 22 hunting units have more spring licenses than in 2019, five have fewer and nine remain the same. Unit 21 (Hettinger and Adams counties) is ...

Bottineau honor roll Q2 2019-20

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Highest honors Grade 12: Abigayle Brandjord, Elijah Flansburg, Therese Haberman, Morgan Haerer, Chelsey Jahner, Adyson Jelleberg, McKayla McKay, Carlie Millang, Cody Monson, Erin Morin, Erik Ordonez, Mary Peltier, Jacob Reimche, Nikoli Schoenborn, Rylee Williams. Grade 11: Alyah Barbot, ...

Minot High School – Magic City Campus honor roll Q2 2019-20

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Highest honors Grade 12: Sam Aannerud, Marissa Alcozer, Aydan Almy, Siane Alsadon, Mariah Arlien, Kelby Armstrong, Jory Ault, Jayda Bennett, Elyssa Benton, Madison Bergrude, Thais Borud, Kolee Boser, Brady Braasch, Sydney Bristow, Mason Brothers, Anthony Brown, John Butz, Kathreen Carroll, ...

Minot City Council moves on curbside recycling

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Curbside recycling in Minot would come closer to realization if a survey shows enough interest. The Minot City Council voted Tuesday to pursue a voluntary, single- stream, curbside recycling program if a statistically valid survey shows at least 4,000 of Minot’s approximate 12,700 ...

‘Four Hours of Fury’ includes Minot WWII veteran

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World War II veteran Lynn Aas of Minot is among those featured in a recently released book about the war’s largest airborne invasion and the final push into Nazi Germany. “Four Hours of Fury” was written by James M. Fenelon and released in 2019. It is one of two books released this past ...

Felony domestic violence charge dismissed against Kiel Traverse

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A Class C felony domestic violence resulting in serious bodily injury charge has been dismissed against Kiel Teresa Traverse, 32, Minot. Traverse told a judge in October that she had stabbed her boyfriend with a knife in self defense. According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the ...