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Security increases expected ahead of Petroleum Council meeting

September 14, 2016 Local authorities are making preparations ahead of the North Dakota Petroleum Council annual meeting next week in Minot. more »»

Family braves harassment to support community

September 14, 2016 As the cost of living continues to increase, a Minot family is determined to keep prices affordable for everyone. more »»

U.S. to bring ag trade case against China

September 14, 2016 WASHINGTON – The U.S. government plans to bring unfair trade charges against China, claiming the country’s trade practices hurt American farmers. U.S. more »»

Producers raise awareness of worsening farm economy

September 14, 2016 JAMESTOWN – Forty-four North Dakotans are participating in the National Farmers Union’s legislative fly-in this week to raise awareness of the worsening farm economy, which has been on a downward... more »»


September 14, 2016 Man charged with aggravated assault, criminal mischief A 27-year-old Minot man is charged with felony aggravated assault and criminal mischie. more »»

Bakken Briefs

September 14, 2016 Radioactive waste troubling Radioactive waste found in excess of acceptable levels at a local landfill has some McKenzie County residents questioning trust of regulators. more »»

Downtown Minot holds fall wine walk

September 14, 2016 An annual fall wine walk is expected to draw hundreds of people to downtown Minot Thursday. The walk runs from 5 to 9:30 p.m. and includes 26 businesse. more »»

School board eyes pay raise

September 13, 2016 The Minot Public School Board is considering giving board members a pay increase from $400 to $600 per month. more »»

Alleged pill peddler charged

September 13, 2016 A 39-year-old Minot man is facing an additional felony charge for allegedly delivering oxycodone in March. Ronald Eugene Parizek Jr. more »»

Scandinavian-American Hall of Fame inductee to speak at Høstfest

September 13, 2016 Clint Hill, the New York Times bestselling author of “Mrs. Kennedy and Me” and “Five Days in November,” is set to be part of the free entertainment at this year’s Norsk Hostfes. more »»

Team Minot extends invitation to Military Retiree Appreciation Day

September 13, 2016 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Team Minot is gearing up to welcome military retirees from across the state to this year’s Military Retiree Appreciation Day Sept. 23 from 1 to 4 p.m. more »»

Senators seek students for Washington youth program

September 13, 2016 WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp are encouraging North Dakota students to apply for the 2017 United States Senate Youth Program, which will be held March 4-11, 2017. more »»

At home in Minot

September 12, 2016 Elbridge, N.Y., native Rianne Kuhn has come a long way between her time in the Syracuse suburb and becoming the director of marketing and communications at Visit Minot. more »»

Rice Lake man dies in rollover

September 12, 2016 A Rice Lake resident was killed in a single vehicle rollover early Saturday evening. Dead is 59-year-old Steven Hvizdos, the driver and lone occupant of a 2003 GMC Sierra pickup. more »»

Soup kitchen offers grace

September 11, 2016 With hunger and poverty on the rise, Father Justin Waltz, the priest of St. more »»

ND remembers 9/11

September 11, 2016 BISMARCK — North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple has ordered that flags on state properties be flown at half-staff today to honor those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. more »»

The Addict’s Mom

September 11, 2016 There was a gathering of concerned parents, relatives and friends in Minot’s Roosevelt Park Saturday. The topic was addiction to drugs such as heroin and methamphetamine. more »»

Local Toastmasters Club gets Minot talking

September 11, 2016 Does the idea of getting up in front of a large group of people and giving a speech give you anxiety? Well there’s a group in Minot that can help alleviate those butterflies. more »»

Park on former Ramstad site is unlikely

September 10, 2016 The old Erik Ramstad Middle School property likely will not be turned into a public park any time soon. more »»



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