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Minot’s first parklet perks up downtown neighborhood

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Minot’s first parklet is a cozy rest stop that has been attracting visitors since it opened just after Labor Day. “It’s been well utilized so far,” said Jazmine Schultz, co-owner of Prairie Sky Breads, in front of which the parklet sits. “I just feel like it’s a very relaxed ...

Preserving Rolette’s history

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ROLETTE — The Rolette County Historical Society recently put a fresh coat of paint on a historic building in Rolette and are trying to raise money to reshingle its roof, said Becky Leonard, the president of the historical society. Leonard said the Gurr Building is a historic property that ...

Phillip Boswell, Minot, sentenced for child neglect

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Phillip Clifton Boswell, 40, Minot, who had originally been charged with Class A felony child abuse, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to an amended charge of Class C felony child neglect in district court in Minot. Clifton admitted that he failed to take a baby with a broken arm to the hospital for ...

Matthew Picolo, Minot, charged with terrorizing

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Matthew Craig Picolo, 33, Minot, is accused of making threatening comments about shooting the wife of a person he had been in an altercation with and later returning to the person’s residence and brandishing a firearm. Picolo is charged in district court in Minot with Class C felony ...