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Police ask community's help to ID robbery suspect

May 5, 2015 Minot police are seeking the community's help in identifying the suspect in the April 29 armed robbery at Loaf'nJug at 1512 4th Ave. NW. The suspect in the robbery is a black man of small stature. more »»

Hendershot named City Attorney

May 5, 2015 Following comprehensive search for candidates, the city of Minot has promoted Kelly Hendershot to the position of city attorney. more »»

Souris flows reduced again

May 5, 2015 Unlike the high flows of 2011 that saw the Souris River surge out of its banks, 2015 is beginning to look like a year in which managing a low volume of water in the basin could prove very challenging. more »»

Waving their banner

May 5, 2015 There has been a storm of media attention on the issues of equality for gay rights and gay marriage, with bills and legislation, debate and discussion at the forefront of the list. more »»

Flashing yellow arrow signals being installed across North Dakota

May 5, 2015 The North Dakota Department of Transportation is in the process of replacing a number of traffic signals to the new “flashing yellow arrow” left turn signals. more »»

Prescribed burns planned at Knife River Indian Villages

May 5, 2015 STANTON – More than 200 acres of native prairie has either been restored or is in the process of restoration. more »»

Spring Photography Workshop at Knife River Indian Villages

May 5, 2015 STANTON – Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site near Stanton will host the eighth annual photography workshop Saturday. The workshop will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Central Time. more »»


May 5, 2015 Meeting planned on Watford City plan WATFORD CITY – A public input meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. more »»

When one is enough

May 4, 2015 It was once said that one man can make a difference and every man should tr. more »»

Flea attracts big crowd

May 4, 2015 The flea market at the North Dakota State Fair Center attracted big crowds over the weekend but organizers and vendors say they have noticed a dip in attendance in recent months. more »»

Motorcylist injured near Knox

May 4, 2015 A 41-year-old Fargo man traveling from Rugby to Devils Lake on a motorcycle was injured around 8:30 p.m. Saturday when he failed to negotiate a curve on U.S. Highway 2 near Knox. more »»

All about seniors

May 3, 2015 Senior citizens, get ready for a foot-tapping, mouthwatering, friend-filled good time. The Minot Area Senior Coalition presents the 19th annual Salute to Seniors, “A Salute to Classic T.V. more »»

A 75-year celebration

May 3, 2015 Sunnyside Elementary is turning 75 and students can’t wait to sing Happy Birthday and enjoy birthday cake for school lunch on Monday. “The kids are absolutely excited” said principal Cindy Cook. more »»

Citywide spring cleanup

May 3, 2015 Photos by Tendar Tsering/MDN A group of volunteers from Dakotah Bank were busy Friday afternoon cleaning parts of the cit. more »»

Grants awarded to housing authorities

May 3, 2015 The Minot Housing Authority has been awarded $182,258 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Sens. John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp announced Thursday HUD has awarded more than $. more »»

Two injured in Hwy 52 accident

May 3, 2015 Two people were injured in a head-on crash of two vehicles around 8:30 a.m. Friday near Harvey. According to the Higway Patrol, a 2004 Pontiac Vibe and 2011 Freightliner collided on U.S. Highway 52. more »»

Street work begins in New Town

May 3, 2015 Beginning Monday, traffic will be restricted to local business traffic only on Main Street at various locations between ND Highway 1804 and Park Place in New Town to allow crews to locate utilities. more »»

Protect and serve

May 2, 2015 Nineteen members of the Lake Region State College’s Peace Officer Training Class No. 75 graduated Friday. more »»



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