New CDL regulations bring headaches for schools

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New federal requirements for obtaining a commercial driver's license have meant headaches for some school districts trying to find school bus drivers. Larry Derr, the superintendent at Glenburn, is driving one school bus route and a principal is driving the other route. One new bus driver ...

Residents model memorable ensembles

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Guests, friends and family visited The View on Elk Drive on Monday evening to watch the assisted living center’s first fashion show. Staff and residents modeled their memorable ensembles and uniforms. Thirteen models strode and danced down the runway. Amanda Anfinson, facility ...

Murderer to be re-sentenced Dec. 19

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Christopher Alan Vickerman, 32, Minot, is scheduled to be resentenced on Dec. 19 for the murder of his father on May 10, 2019. The North Dakota Supreme Court has upheld Vickerman’s murder conviction but ruled last month that North Central District Court Judge Doug Mattson must re-sentence ...

Woman receives deferred sentence

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Alisa Marie Greene, 31, Minot, received a deferred imposition of sentence for two years of supervised probation on Tuesday on a reduced charge of Class A misdemeanor contributing to the deprivation of a minor. She had originally been charged with Class C felony child neglect. She had been ...

No safety concern from school threat

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On Monday, the Ward County Sheriff’s Department received a report from the North Shore Plaza School of a photograph depicting a student holding a handgun, with the caption stating “don’t come to school tomorrow.” The Ward County Sheriff’s Department investigated the incident due ...

Thrifty shopping helps community

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From online auctions to recycling options, charitable thrift stores are finding new ways to do more good in their communities. Minot’s charity-run thrift stores have been increasing in number, with one added this month and another to open soon. Each has a somewhat different mission but all ...