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Tribes receive funds for early childhood education

February 19, 2015 FORT TOTTEN – Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., announced Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded a $1. more »»

WSC enrollment increases to 1,009

February 19, 2015 Enrollment is up by 13.24 percent for the spring semester at Williston State College. According to a press release, the head count is 1,009. more »»

If measles strikes

February 18, 2015 High school sophomores are pondering what their school district should do if an outbreak of measles strikes Minot. more »»

Significant increase

February 18, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer The good news from North Central District Court is criminal filings were down 3 percent in Ward County in 2014. more »»

City to begin downtown snow removal tonight

February 18, 2015 City crews will be hauling snow from downtown Minot between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. tonight and tomorrow night. more »»

Meeting on truck ordinance wording

February 18, 2015 NEW TOWN – The New Town city council meeting tonight will include discussion of the wording in the new truck ordinance for trucks coming into the city. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. more »»

Diesel fuel spill occurs near Alexander; impacts creek water

February 18, 2015 ALEXANDER – The North Dakota Department of Health reported today it was notified of a spill at a Rolfson Oil bulk fuel storage tank farm in Alexander. more »»

Soup it up at the Taube

February 18, 2015 The Taube Museum of Art will host a “Family Fun Day—Soup it up” fundraiser, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in the first level Carousel Pub at the Grandstand on the State Fairgrounds in Minot, Saturday. more »»

Meeting lays out approach for disaster resilience in the river valley

February 18, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer jschramm@minotdailynews. more »»

Business owner, geologist expects oil prices to rise

February 18, 2015 The head of an oil industry consulting firm in Tioga says she feels the drop in oil prices is “just a blip” and the prices will go back up. “I do think that we will stay competitive. ... more »»

Strike sees an end

February 17, 2015 Canadian Pacific Railway locomotive engineers and other workers are going back to work after a strike that started Sunday was put to an end Monday. more »»

Saltwater release contained near Fortuna

February 17, 2015 FORTUNA – The North Dakota Oil and Gas Division has been notified of a contained brine (saltwater) release at the Robert Stephen 5-8H well site about five miles south of Fortuna. more »»

Several spills occur in oil fields

February 17, 2015 BISMARCK – Several oil-related spills were reported this week in Williams, McKenzie and Divide counties. According to the North Dakota Health Department, Hess Corp. more »»

Railways making ground on late grain deliveries

February 17, 2015 The good news when it comes to grain trains in North Dakota continues to come in. more »»

Sprinkles and frosting and fun

February 17, 2015 There was a lot of finger licking going on at the Imagination Station in the Minot Public Library Monday afternoon. About 30 children participated in cupcake decorating. more »»

Defending yourself

February 17, 2015 Walk confidently, have someone watch you walk to your car to make sure you get in safely or have someone walk with you to your car, check the backseat or under the car to make sure there isn’t... more »»

Baesler arrested for simple assault

February 17, 2015 Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler was arrested on a preliminary assault charge by Bismarck police over the weekend. more »»

Veterans In Blue

February 16, 2015 Leo Makelky was only 19 when the U.S. Army Air Forces sent him overseas to fly combat missions as a ball turret gunner in a B-17 Flying Fortress during World War II. more »»

Sports Editor receives awards

February 16, 2015 By David Rupkalvis Editor drupkalvis@ minotdailynews. more »»

Jail decision near

February 16, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer Ward County voters will decide Feb. more »»



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