Minot AFB squadron member receives top level award

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FARGO – 1st Lt. Cody Chick, operations officer for the 219th Security Forces Squadron at Minot Air Force Base, was honored by the North Dakota Air National Guard’s 119th Wing as Company Grade Officer of the Year. The N.D. Air National Guard’s 119th Wing, known as the “Happy ...

Council’s denial leaves events dry

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An alcohol supplier was left scrambling after the Minot City Council denied the company the liquor license transfer necessary to accommodate its upcoming event bookings. The council determined Duckpond Ventures’ business model didn’t fit within its existing alcohol licensing ordinance, ...

‘Take the plunge’

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NEW TOWN – The seventh annual Ice Warrior Plunge, sponsored by the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, raised nearly $100,000 for the MHA Cancer Fund on the day of the event last week, according to Lovell Overlie, event coordinator. She said donations are still coming in. Overlie said the ...

MHS student crowned champion at the Poetry Out Loud finals

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The North Dakota Council on the Arts held the 2023 edition of the Poetry Out Loud State Finals on Feb. 27 in Bismarck and a local wordsmith from Minot High took home first place. MHS Senior Gabrielle Johnson performed alongside other student poets from around the state, but won a trophy, ...

MSU Concert Choir’s spring concert, tour to benefit Project Bee

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The Minot State University Concert Choir is preparing for its spring concert on March 8 at 7:30 p.m. in Ann Nicole Nelson Hall on the MSU campus. Emerson Eads, director of choral activities and assistant professor of music at MSU, said it will be a benefit concert for Project Bee, providing ...