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October 13, 2016 Fire Prevention Week is underway In observance of October as Fire Prevention Month, the Minot Fire Department is making several appearances this week to educate the public on the importance of fire... more »»

City of Minot to hire new city manager

October 12, 2016 After two months of searching for a new city manager, a mayoral appointed search panel has selected Thomas Barry, current Public Works director with Meridian, Idaho. more »»

Committee prepares start-up guidelines for new council

October 12, 2016 A new, smaller city council will need to set its own operating procedures, but an ad hoc committee has a plan that could be put in place to get the new governing board started. more »»

Tenacity helps award winner accomplish goals

October 12, 2016 Manuel Caso works two jobs, teaches Spanish and practices his English, all on about four hours of sleep. more »»

Planner outlines city goals

October 12, 2016 Moving forward, planning in Minot is squarely focused on downtown Minot, and on combining several initiatives underway. more »»

Students shine

October 12, 2016 Students from Minot State University put their best foot forward, as they sported eye-catching power colors at the 10th annual “Etiquette Luncheon” held Tuesday afternoon inside the Student Cente. more »»

In Dan’s memory

October 12, 2016 Dan Draovitch of Minot had a vision. The retired Minot police chief wanted a 1970 1/2 Z/28 Camaro and found one that was “well under way” for a nice restoration project. more »»

Do you suffer from ‘winter blues?’

October 12, 2016 Snowmen, hot cocoa, holiday candles, and cozy blankets; these are just some of the things that may come to your mind when hearing the word “winte. more »»

State SCORE award

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October 12, 2016 Pot dealer sentenced A 24-year-old Minot man will serve about 18 months in prison for intending to deal marijuana in Minot in July. more »»

Philion named Red Cross western ND executive director

October 12, 2016 Terri Philion of Minot is the new executive director for the American Red Cross in western North Dakota. She joined the staff Oct. 3 and is based in Minot. She will head the entire western N.D. more »»

Stroklund wins award

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October 12, 2016 Well Baby Clinic offered in Washburn WASHBURN – CHI St. Alexius Health Washburn Clinic offers a free Well Baby Clinic for newborns and infants who were born at CHI St. Alexius Health in Bismarck. more »»

16th Street re-opens to two-lane traffic

October 11, 2016 Sixteenth Street Southwest near the Minot Water Treatment plant re-opened Monday evening to one lane of vehicle traffic in each direction. more »»

Champs crowned at regional rodeo event

October 11, 2016 A lucky few in Minot this weekend have won themselves a trip to Kissimmee, Florida next yea. more »»


October 11, 2016 Two Devils Lake men injured in train/vehicle crash DEVILS LAKE – Two Devils Lake men were injured when the pickup they were in and the westbound Amtrak passenger train collided at the intersection o... more »»

Kimble’s road to recovery

October 10, 2016 Chase Kimble was all smiles on Saturday. Standing on the 50-yard line at Herb Parker Stadium was nothing new to the former Minot State wide receiver, but this day was different. more »»

Friends of the Souris spruce up river

October 10, 2016 The sound of chainsaws and people slopping about in the river could be heard in southeast Minot Sunday afternoon. more »»



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