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‘Competition sharpens the driver’

May 26, 2013 UGBY – Paratransit driver Den Kuehnemund of Rugby is good at what he does. In fact, he is a four-time national champion. more »»

 
 
 
Rollover accident kills three

May 26, 2013 WILLISTON – Three people were killed in a single-vehicle accident shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday. more »»

Stemen is Burlington’s ‘wealth of knowledge’

April 1, 2013 From leading the Boy Scouts years ago to delivering Meals on Wheels today, Delvin Stemen has been looking out for Burlington for nearly a generation. more »»

Minot dog handler honored

March 25, 2013 He’s been around dogs as long as anyone can remember. Then again, it might be the other way around. George Malaktaris of Minot is a veteran among retriever handler. more »»

Special education director initiates strategic plan efforts

March 18, 2013 When Alison Dollar began work as the new director of the Souris Valley Special Services Unit last July, she noticed that personnel tend to respond to problems as they arise. more »»

N.D. native returns after 19 years in Scotland

March 11, 2013 Dennis Gumke called Scotland home for close to two decades, but he never forgot where his heart was. more »»

Gearing up for NDCHF post

March 4, 2013 Paul Christensen leads the cowboy way of life. Now he will also lead the trustees of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, a statewide organization. more »»

Reminding people of God’s presence

February 25, 2013 She’s there for families in times of crisis at the hospital, ready to lend a listening ear, offer a prayer or in some other way give hop. more »»

Borden-King feels a sense of community at MSU

February 18, 2013 When Lisa Borden-King arrived at Minot State University in 1997, a clinic that served kids with reading difficulties was well-established but had between five and 15 students attendin. more »»

Marslands great in ministry, marriage

February 11, 2013 Fresh out of military service in Korea in 1952, Dale Marsland of Sherwood attended a Fourth of July Dance at Mouse River Park, where a young Minot woman caught his eye. more »»

Straight shooter

February 4, 2013 Every organization can use good volunteers. They are hard to come by, but a local club boasts one of the best — Rodney Hell. more »»

Adventures ’n cooking: Daniel Haff moves from battlefield to the kitchen

January 28, 2013 Daniel Haff’s love of adventure has taken him all over the world, but now he’s looking to put down some roots in the Magic City. Born in Grand Rapids, Mich. more »»

Beck: Discover the world

December 31, 2012 Minot High School-Magic City Campus teacher Jeff Beck thinks more attention needs to be paid to geography. more »»

Duke of volunteers: Chuck Duke keeps things popping

December 24, 2012 Volunteer opportunities keep popping up for Chuck Duke of Minot. Since retiring in 1999, Duke, 74, has looked for ways to stay busy as a community volunteer. more »»

Special delivery: Billings brings the babies

December 17, 2012 When Dr. David Billings isn’t helping to bring babies into the world, he can sometimes be found taking a catnap until the next delivery or appointment. more »»

Morrell: On the trail with Cowboy Hall of Fame

December 10, 2012 Ray Morrell wants people to know more about North Dakota’s western heritage and culture. The organization he’s involved with is making that possibl. more »»

Too busy to retire: Paul Gunderson pursues ag, education and public health

December 3, 2012 DEVILS LAKE — Even though he’s only one state over, Paul Gunderson has come a long way from his childhood on a Minnesota dairy farm, and not even retirement has been able to slow him down. more »»

Park manager finds perfect fit at Cross Ranch

November 26, 2012 HENSLER — He knew at an early age. Eric Lang became involved with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at age 16, eventually becoming an employee for 10 year. more »»

Bussard helps Salvation Army get ready for Thanksgiving

November 19, 2012 Organizing this year’s Thanksgiving dinner at the Parker Senior Center in Minot has required months of planning for Michelle Bussard and others working at the Salvation Army. more »»

Back to give back: Anamoose native comes back to area as JDA director

November 12, 2012 ANAMOOSE — As the new director of the McHenry County Job Development Authority, Bonnie Helm would love to see former residents come back home. more »»

Longtime Minot residents leave for a new journey in Oregon

November 5, 2012 A longtime Minot resident, recently retired theater instructor at Minot State University and active community theater participant, Paula Lindekugel-Willis, along with her husband, Tom, and their... more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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