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Couple holds garage sale to benefit neighbor

June 13, 2015 If you are looking for a garage sale where you not only can buy what you want but help out a family in need, then check out the garage sale at 1704 Centennial St. in southwest Minot. more »»

Bill to help Native children introduced in House

June 13, 2015 A bipartisan bill from Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., and Sen. more »»

Meeting on Williston truck reliever route set

June 13, 2015 WILLISTON – A public input meeting will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on June 25, at the Williston Area Recreation Center to discuss the proposed Williston Northeast Truck Reliever Route. more »»

Korean War veteran receives Purple Heart

June 13, 2015 ST. MICHAEL – Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., on Friday presented local veteran and former prisoner of war, Cpl. Andrew Shaw, a member of the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, with his Purple Heart Medal. more »»

Lifesaving awards

June 12, 2015 Three members of the Ward County Sheriff’s Office and one from the Minot Fire Department were recognized Thursday for lifesaving actions. more »»

Soper pleads not guilty

June 12, 2015 Charles Soper, 50, entered not guilty pleas Thursday at an arraignment and probable cause hearing in North Central District Court on charges of luring a minor by computer or other electronic means, ... more »»

Electric co-op keeps eye on federal, state rules

June 12, 2015 Federal regulations on coal-fired plants and state enforcement of One Call requirements are among issues on the radar of a political action group supporting rural electrical cooperatives. more »»

Conference offers tools to respond to domestic violence

June 12, 2015 MOHALL – Faith-based communities can play a significant role in combating domestic and sexual violence, but only if they have the right tool. more »»

Reliving earlier days

June 12, 2015 GARRISON – This year’s Frontier Military Days at Fort Stevenson State Park, south of Garrison, June 27-28, will include a celebration for the 50th anniversary of the North Dakota Parks and Recreatio... more »»

Faces of the zoo

June 12, 2015 Red kangaroos, the world’s largest marsupials, reside at Minot’s Roosevelt Park Zoo. more »»

House defense bill has funds for ICBMs, aircraft

June 12, 2015 More than $50.5 million for modifications for the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles through 2030 is included in the 2016 Department of Defense Appropriations Act – H.R. 2685. more »»

Briefly

June 12, 2015 Williston voters reject bond issue WILLISTON – Voters in New Public School District No. 8, rural Williston, rejected a $48. more »»

Trinity takes on partner

June 11, 2015 A new hospital for Minot is part of a proposed partnership agreement between Billings (Montana) Clinic RegionalCare and Trinity Health. more »»

Intersection closure tomorrow

June 11, 2015 The intersection at 16th Avenue Southeast and 46th Street Southeast in Minot will be closed for most of the day tomorrow for a water main cross installation. more »»

Hearing for Soper

June 11, 2015 Charles Soper, 50, entered not guilty pleas today an at arraignment and probable cause hearing in North Central District Court in Mino. more »»

Trinity Health Board signs letter of intent to partner with Billings Clinic

June 11, 2015 On what for some people dawned an ordinary day midweek in June where minimal details would likely stand out, it was quite the opposite for the groups of officials representing both Trinity Health an... more »»

Construction finalized

June 11, 2015 A concrete crew with Strata Corp. was hard at work Wednesday morning on a project that could have Third Street reopened to traffic at Central Avenue by Friday afternoon. more »»

Goya enters plea

June 11, 2015 William Jose Goya, 44, Minot, entered an Alford plea on Wednesday in North Central District Court to gross sexual imposition, a Class A felony. more »»

Committee considers role of taxis in transportation issue

June 11, 2015 Whether voluntarily or by city mandate, Minot cab companies are being eyed by an ad hoc committee as the solution for broadening transportation options for wheelchair passengers. more »»

 
 

 

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