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Minot doxie named top dog

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FESSENDEN – Paco, a seven-month-old Dachshund belonging to Ivan Guerrero of Minot, was top dog in the Dachshund Dash wiener races at the Wells County Fairground in Fessenden Sunday. Paco came out of the Cocktail Franks class for Dachshund puppies up to seven months old to finish as grand ...

Catalytic converter thefts on the rise

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Northwest Tire, Tires Plus, Westlie Ford, The Muffler Shop and Minot Automotive Center, all Minot, have agreed to place a heat resistant spray paint and/or engrave a license plate number onto a catalytic converter free of charge when a vehicle is taken to one of the shops for service, according ...

Making a difference

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RIVERDALE – After overseeing the production of more than 245 million walleye and bringing back pallid sturgeon from the brink of extinction in the Missouri River system, Rob Holm, Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery manager, has made important and lasting contributions to fisheries in North ...

Wells County 4-H hosts wiener dog dash

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FESSENDEN — Warm temperatures made racing conditions a little tough, but it didn’t wilt the enthusiasm of the Dachshunds dashing down a 90-foot track to screaming fans calling their names. The Wells County 4-H Explorers held their first-ever Dachshund Dash wiener dog races Sunday at the ...

Ryan senior earns Global Seal of Biliteracy

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Savanah Brintnell, a senior at Bishop Ryan High School, is a straight A student who has received a golf scholarship to attend the University of Mary in Bismarck this fall. Now she has earned another honor. She recently took a test to demonstrate her working fluency in Spanish and earned the ...

Williston man injured in dirt bike crash

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an was injured in a dirt bike crash along U.S. Highway 2, one mile north of Williston, on Sunday. The North Dakota Highway Patrol said the 22-year-old driver was riding roadside in the northbound ditch on his 2015 Honda CRF450. He drove over a hillcrest at high speeds causing him to go ...