Minot-area water projects get hearing

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The proposed flood control project in the Minot region will protect residents and do it in the most efficient way possible, Minot Mayor Tom Ross told a legislative subcommittee Thursday. The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Education and Environment took testimony on Senate Bill 2020, ...

City comments on water treatment concerns

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Some Minot residents received a letter from the city earlier this week, informing them of a testing oversight at the city’s water treatment plant. The letter stated that the City of Minot had not collected and reported the required number of samples in response to a positive test for E. ...

City stymied by crack in state law

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A Minot woman who fell through a crack in a state program designed to help low-income and disabled homeowners learned Tuesday that the Minot City Council has no legal recourse to help her. North Dakota’s Homestead Tax Credit provides property-tax relief to eligible homeowners while ...

Nedrose 2022-2023 First Semester

Honor Rolls

Grade 12 Highest Honors: Joshua Kalamaha, Kendall Nordgaard, Mariana Quezada, Piper Stein, Kambrya Stephenson. Grade 12 High Honors: Gavin Ball, Jordan Ball, Wyatt Becker, Ethan Brevick, Ella Darrow, Mitch Heinert, Cianna Myers, Emily Nelson. Grade 12 Honors: Gaven Giblock, Jared ...

Legislation to honor sacrifice

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FESSENDEN — The sacrifice of a Wells County sailor who lost his life during a Vietnam Conflict training mission deserves to be recognized, according to supporters of a North Dakota House bill designed to do so. House Bill 1352 would designate a U.S. Highway 52 bridge over the James River ...

Tax break offered to spur new housing

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Hundreds of residential lots have been platted in Minot over the years, only to languish as development stalled. The Minot City Council on Tuesday approved short-term tax relief to builders and future homeowners to encourage construction on these lots and help meet future housing demands. ...