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Broadway Circle gets boost

A shift of $1.78 million in disaster resilience money will help fill the funding gap for the Broadway Circle project. The Minot City Council approved the allocation among other funding re-distributions in the Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery program. The changes shift ...

Murder trial set for accused Anita Knutson killer

The preliminary hearing for Nichole Erin Rice, 34, the accused killer of Anita Knutson, 18, was held on Sept. 8 in North Central District Court in Minot. Rice is charged with Class AA murder in the June 2007 stabbing death of Knutson, who was a childhood friend and her roommate at the ...

ND Supreme Court orders term limits be on ballot

BISMARCK — Voters will get to decide whether to impose term limits on the governor and legislators when they go to the polls on Nov. 8. The North Dakota Supreme Court has ordered a term limits measure be placed on the November ballot after supporters argued many of their petitions were ...

Sibyl Center to host book discussion

STANLEY — The Sibyl Center in Stanley will host a book presentation and discussion today at 7:30 p.m., featuring Barb Solberg. A retired English teacher and Minot State University writing professor, Solberg will speak about her book, “What We Leave Behind,” which tells the story of her ...

Retired Teachers to meet in Minot

The North Dakota Retired Teachers Association will hold its annual convention hosted by the Minot Area Retired Teachers Association on Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 13 and 14, at the Grand Hotel. Keynote speaker will be Nick Archuleta, ND United president, who will speak Tuesday on the ...

Free showing of movie ‘Silo’ set for Sept. 14

KENMARE – The Tolley Fire Department will be offering a free showing of the movie “SILO” on Wednesday, Sept.14, at 8 p.m. in the Kenmare Theatre. “SILO” is a film about a teenage boy when he becomes the victim of a grain entrapment. As corn becomes quicksand inside of a 50-foot ...