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Broadway study seeks additional public input

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A second virtual public meeting on a Broadway Corridor study in Minot opens Monday, providing an opportunity to comment on some traffic improvement concepts that would be new to the city. Backage roads, parkways and different roundabout designs are under consideration, and public input is ...

Powerful achievement

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Zig Jackson, an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation), is the first Native American photographer to receive a prestigious John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship in photography. The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation based in New York City ...

District 40 chairman seeks to promote common ground

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The new chairman of Minot’s District 40 Republican Party says he wants to promote common ground in the party. However, the selection of Minot businessman Jay Lundeen in an uncontested election during District 40’s reorganizational meeting April 3 has troubled some in the party, who are ...

Hess to sell nonstrategic interests in Bakken acreage

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Hess Corporation has announced it entered into an agreement on April 8 to sell its Little Knife and Murphy Creek acreage interests in the Bakken in North Dakota to Enerplus Corp. for $312 million, according to information from Hess. The sale consists of about 78,700 net acres, which are ...

Minot State offers Leadership Living-Learning Community

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Minot State Residence Life and the Looyenga Leadership Center are offering students a new opportunity on campus this fall, the Leadership Living-Learning Community, according to information provided by MSU. Recognizing that leadership is important to all majors and career paths, the community ...

Tiffany Perez, Minot, charged with trying to cash stolen check

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Tiffany Michelle Perez, 29, Minot, is accused of trying to cash a stolen check for $881 on Monday at Dakota Bank in Minot. She is charged in district court in Minot with Class C felony unlawful use of personal identifying information. According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the ...

Minot Symphony Orchestra Grand finale April 24

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The Minot Symphony Orchestra will present its 95th season finale live on Saturday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Minot State University’s Ann Nicole Nelson Hall in Old Main. Tickets for the performance must be purchased in advance and are available at www.minotsymphony.com. Masks will be ...

Moose and elk lotteries held, bighorn later

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North Dakota’s moose and elk lotteries have been held, and individual results are available by visiting My Account at the state Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. A total of 19,126 applications were received for bighorn sheep, 23,023 for elk and 26,035 for moose. Successful ...

Bridge closed near Bismarck after accident

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A bridge was damaged near Bismarck on Tuesday when the top of the coil tubing unit being hauled by a 2013 semi-truck struck the 80th Street NE overpass. The bridge supports sustained severe damage and a hole punctured in the bridge deck, according to the North Dakota Highway ...

Farm Rescue ready to ‘spring into action’

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Farm Rescue is ready for the spring planting season. Dan Erdmann, Farm Rescue program manager, said the organization has a number of applications for spring planting assistance. He said the first case is set to take place near Badger, Minnesota, for a farmer who was injured in a fall while ...

Duell Clifton pleads guilty to murder of wife

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Duell McCall Clifton, 25, Minot, pleaded guilty on Monday to Class AA felony murder. He admitted to strangling his wife, Alytreus Clifton, 22, to death on June 8, 2020, at their Minot residence and then driving to South Dakota. After the murder, he had covered his wife with a blanket, put her ...

ND COVID-19 numbers announced on April 13

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COVID-19 Test Results The results listed are from the previous day. Additional data can be found on the NDDoH website. Please note that from now on the daily news release will be sent Monday – Friday. The NDDoH dashboard will continue to be updated daily. BY THE NUMBERS ...

Moisture welcome, send more

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Wonderful! We’ll take it! Moisture fell throughout the Minot region and much of the state starting this past Sunday, the first precipitation in 40 days for the Minot area. The moisture fell as a mixture of rain and snow, and fell on some of the driest ground in memory with much of the ...

NWND Community Foundation announces mini-grants

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WILLISTON — The Northwest North Dakota Community Foundation (NWNDCF) announces the availability of grants to support the communities of northwest North Dakota to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, area individuals, businesses and others donated thousands of ...

Somerville gift to sponsor Magic Staircase at discovery center

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Daryl and Machele Somerville and family have agreed to donate $100,000 to the Magic City Discovery Center to sponsor the “Magic Staircase,” the discovery center board of directors has announced. The staircase will wrap around the iconic two-story Magic Climber. The staircase will be a ...

Minot man injured in motorcycle crash

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A 41-year-old Minot man was injured in a single vehicle motorcycle crash at 6:20 p.m. Saturday in the 1900 block of East Burdick Expressway. Minot police say that James R. Crawford was traveling west on East Burdick Expressway when he lost control of his motorcycle, struck the guard rail, and ...

EPA proposes settlement with Arrow Midstream

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DENVER – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced a proposed Clean Water Act settlement with Texas-based Arrow Midstream Holdings, LLC in which the company has agreed to pay $106,500 for alleged Clean Water Act violations associated with two releases of produced water from ...