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Erik Ramstad Middle School honor roll 2Q 2019-20

Honor Rolls

Highest honors Grade 8: Sarah Alvin, Ethan Armstrong, Jack Austin, Taj Baang, Alnia Baker Gonzalez, Skylar Barta, Presley Bennett, Maicee Burke, Grace Clements, Martha Cruz, Adison Dittus, Alondra Dominguez Munoz, Kara Dull, Tayler Falcon, Ava Feist, Julianna Folk, NivieAnna Forman, Madison ...

Surrey honor roll 2Q 2019-20

Honor Rolls

High honors Grade 12: Conner Dyke, Jocelyn Gardner, Alex Gorthy, Ashantai Harris, Hailey Heger, Ryder Holien, Brady Klein, Clay Kummer, Kolby Nelsen, Sydney Stambaugh. Grade 11: Katheryn Aberle, Dalton Anderson, Jacob Forsman, Nia Hicks, Cole Horner, Suzanna Ingledue, Salym Klimpel, Kylee ...

Much to like in State of State address

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Minot lawmakers appreciated Gov. Doug Burgum’s nod to the Legislature on several priorities highlighted in his State of the State address in Grand Forks Wednesday. Local legislators, all Republican, who offered their thoughts were on board with the governor’s talk about enhancing ...

Snow removal businesses turn to other winter projects

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North Dakota, this time of year, is known for its frigid temperatures and snow. But where’s all the snow? The lack of snowfall has been an issue across the city in recent months, leaving the services of snow removal companies like Busy Times Construction and Jessen Roofing Inc. with limited ...

Get livestock feed tested for mold

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For many farmers and ranchers, the weather has been challenging for obtaining animal feed, according to North Dakota State University Agriculture Communication. “Whether dealing with drought and/or excessive moisture, both can impact livestock feed with the development of molds,” ...

Patrick Hugi, Max, charged with felony domestic violence

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Patrick Adam Hugi, 54, Max, is accused of slapping a woman multiple times in the face, poking her in the eyes, dragging her by the hair and covering her mouth until she could not breathe on Wednesday. He is charged in district court in Minot with Class C felony domestic violence resulting in ...

Minot Parks conducts community survey

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The Minot Park District is conducting a community phone survey regarding recreational programming. The goal of the survey is to help the park district build on current programs and implement new programs in the future. “We want to hear directly from our community members on their needs ...

Mrs. ND Pageant seeks applicants

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The Mrs. North Dakota Pageant is accepting applications from married women to represent their North Dakota city as a state finalist in the 2020 pageant being held in April. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, a resident of North Dakota, a U.S. citizen and married at the time of the ...

Anamoose serves up multiple dining options

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ANAMOOSE – A small town hungry for economic growth, Anamoose has found a niche in the dining business. While many rural communities might struggle to keep a single cafe going, the recent opening of a new steakhouse brings the number of Anamoose eateries to three, which doesn’t include the ...

Ronald Wootan, Rolette, charged with murder

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ROLLA – A man facing several felony charges, including murder, made an appearance in Northeast District Court in Rolla this week. Ronald Wootan is alleged to have killed James Pochant with a firearm on or about July 31, 2018. The Minot Police Department SWAT team had been called to Rolette, ...

First-grade fun

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The first graders of John Hoeven Elementary School in Minot had fun experimenting with four different types of technology on Friday morning. In each of the first-grade rooms, technology facilitators with Minot Public Schools helped the students use an Osmo Masterpiece program on iPads, a ...

Minot AFB airman injured in Calif. to return to Minot AFB

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Minot Air Force Base officials provided the following statement regarding Staff Sgt. Keith Keiffer: "SSgt Keith Keiffer with the 91st MW Security Forces, is returning to Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota from his leave in California where he was discovered injured and hospitalized Jan. 22, ...

Nonprofit leader announces run for Minot City Council

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Local nonprofit leader Scott Burlingame announced Tuesday he is running for Minot City Council in the June 9 election. Burlingame is the executive director at Independence, Inc., and has served on numerous boards and coalitions. His local projects have included working as part of a ...