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Spring blooms early

April 18, 2016 Mildren Aipperspach is getting much joy seeing the new blossoms on the apricot tree in the Aipperspach backyard in northwest Minot. She said the blossoms fully opened Friday. more »»

Flood flashback: Ominous signs

April 18, 2016 EDITOR’S NOTE – The most devastating flood in Minot’s history slammed into the city in the spring of 2011. Recovery continues to this day. more »»

More than flowers in May

April 17, 2016 As the brink of summer approaches, Minot will be buzzing with outdoor adventures and exciting activities. Here is what’s in store in May. more »»

Wishful thinking

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LOCASH to perform

April 17, 2016 Already in their career, the duo of Preston Brust and Chris Lucas have enjoyed hit singles, sold-out concert appearances here and abroad and have tasted the top of the chart as two of Nashville’s... more »»

Imagination takes flight at aviation camp

April 17, 2016 Imagination takes flight at aviation camp... more »»

US Army Corps releases final Environmental Assessment for Minot sewer extension

April 17, 2016 ST. PAUL, Minn. –The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, recently signed a Finding of No Significant Impact for a Minot sewer system project. more »»

Minot man serves sentence for burglary

April 17, 2016 An 18-year-old Minot man will serve about 60 days in jail for burglarizing the City of Minot Public Works office and Magic City Beverage on Feb 22, according to court record. more »»

Bigger big house

April 16, 2016 Although work is already underway, Ward County made construction on a jail expansion official with a ground-breaking ceremony Friday. “We are glad this day is finally here. more »»

Senate bill includes Minot flood protection funds

April 16, 2016 WASHINGTON - Funding for a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study on Souris River Basin flood protection has been included in the U.S. more »»

Early opening

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State’s rig count reaches low

April 16, 2016 BISMARCK – North Dakota’s oil field rig count was 29 on Wednesday, the lowest since October 2005 when it also was 29. The all-time high was 218 on May 29, 2012. more »»

Passion for poetry

April 16, 2016 High school students across Minot are passionate about their poetry and excited to perform in the fourth annual Boom Slam this Sunday at Minot State University from 2-4:30 p.m. more »»

Smell leads cops to alleged pot couple

April 16, 2016 A Minot couple was arrested Wednesday on suspicion that they possessed marijuana with intent to deal the drug. more »»

Defunct oil-field company ordered to pay back wages

April 16, 2016 A state court has ordered a pipeline contractor to pay $571,114 in back wages, interest and penalty owed to employees when it went out of business last year. more »»

Alexander man pleads guilty in choking case

April 16, 2016 An Alexander man pleaded guilty Friday to choking a woman and preventing her from making a 911 call last October, according to court documents. more »»

Rugby man accused of sex with minor

April 16, 2016 RUGBY - A 20-year-old Rugby man is accused of engaging in inappropriate sexual activity with a minor under the age of 15, according to the Pierce County State’s Attorney’s Office. more »»

Uninvited guest faces charges

April 16, 2016 A 47-year-old Minot man is accused of going into a stranger’s house and falling asleep on his couch late Wednesday night. more »»

UTTC offers Native American tuition waiver

April 16, 2016 BISMARCK – United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck plans to make it easier for Native students to start college. more »»



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