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May 15, 2016 Man sentenced for theft, bail jumping A 46-year-old Minot man will serve about 18 months in prison for theft of property, bail jumping and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to court... more »»

Man pleads not guilty to theft of property

May 15, 2016 A 21-year-old Minot man has pleaded not guilty to felony theft of property charges. more »»

Masked man strikes again

May 14, 2016 The Cenex convenience store at 1000 North Broadway was robbed at knifepoint shortly before 10 p.m. Thursday. more »»

Taking the stick

May 14, 2016 Minot’s new airport director is looking forward to joining the team at a brand new facility in a part of the country he’s well familiar with. more »»

MSU honors graduates of 2016

May 14, 2016 Pride, pageantry and optimism was shared at the 102nd Minot State University commencement ceremony held Friday inside the MSU Dome. more »»

Verendrye gets new leadership

May 14, 2016 As general manager, Bruce Carlson has helped keep the lights on across Verendrye Electric Cooperative’s service area for 22 years. more »»

Defiant murderer sentenced

May 14, 2016 “I am innocent and will fight this to the day I die,” Anthony Campbell, 38, told Judge Richard Hagar Friday afternoon during the sentencing phase of his murder conviction. more »»

Armed robber trailed, nabbed

May 14, 2016 An armed robber who held up a convenience store in Minot Friday morning was arrested a short time later, thanks to the action of an employee. more »»

Minot Public Schools unsure about transgender directive

May 14, 2016 It’s going to take some time for Minot Public Schools to interpret and determine how to apply Friday’s directive from the Obama administration. more »»

Cool now, warmer days ahead

May 13, 2016 A truism for the Minot region, proven more often than not, is “Don’t plant before Memorial Day. more »»

Battle over pioneer village will go on

May 13, 2016 A long-running dispute over the future of the Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village will likely continue. more »»

Airman pleads not guilty to rape charge

May 13, 2016 A 24-year-old Minot Air Force Base airman pleaded not guilty Thursday to raping a woman after a night of drinking last month. more »»

Bacon Fest returns this weekend

May 13, 2016 By ALLAN BLANKS Staff Writer ablanks@minotdailynews. more »»

Settled on safety

May 13, 2016 Strong prevention efforts are needed to curb a crisis in drug abuse and human trafficking in North Dakota, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND, told members of Minot’s Safe Communities Coalition May 6. more »»

Senate passes energy, water bill with Minot flood study money

May 13, 2016 WASHINGTON – A bipartisan energy and water spending bill, which includes funding for a flood protection study for Minot, cleared the U.S. Senate Thursday. The bill includes $500,000 to continue the U. more »»

Call for artists for Bismarck Art Alley Project

May 13, 2016 BISMARCK – The Dakota West Arts Council, along with the 2016 Leadership Bismarck Mandan Project Team, is looking for local and regional artists to submit artwork for an alley in downtown Bismarck. more »»

Aviation seminar set for May 19 in Minot

May 13, 2016 An aviation seminar for pilots and aviation maintenance technicians will be held Thursday, May 19, at 6:30 p.m. in the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot. more »»


May 13, 2016 Community forum on contamination study set for May 18 in New Town NEW TOWN - On Wednesday, May 18, Fort Berthold P.O.W.E.R. more »»

Time for tech

May 12, 2016 New technology in Minot City Hall is changing the way city leaders do business. more »»



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