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MAGIC Fund grants MADC’s request

March 28, 2015 In a unanimous vote, members of the MAGIC Fund Screening Committee approved the grant that Minot Area Development Corp. more »»

Likely botulism case diagnosed at Minot hospital, infant OK

March 28, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — A likely case of botulism has been diagnosed in an infant at a hospital in Minot, but state health officials said Thursday that they believe it's an isolated case and don't expect... more »»

Volunteer science

March 27, 2015 The Elgin family – Christopher, Nikki and their two sons, Drew, 8, and C.J. more »»

Good opportunities

March 27, 2015 Job Service North Dakota was in the Magic City Thursday evening hosting a job fair at the Vegas Motel, and there was a huge turnout. more »»

Halliburton, Baker Hughes stockholders OK merger

March 27, 2015 Oil-field service companies Halliburton and Baker Hughes Inc. took another step Friday toward finalizing a merger. Both companies have facilities in North Dakota, including in Minot. more »»

Fatal accident in Berthold Friday

March 27, 2015 A 42-year-old Fargo man died Friday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 2 in Berthold. more »»

Hoeven amendments support nuclear triad

March 27, 2015 Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., has introduced two amendments to the Senate’s Budget to build support for the nation’s nuclear tria. more »»

YWCA honors exemplary women

March 27, 2015 Hosting its 22nd annual Women of Distinction Awards Banquet at the Grand Hotel, members of the YWCA Thursday evening honored 10 exemplary women who the organization says have made a huge impact in... more »»

Representing 17th Airborne

March 27, 2015 Submitted Photo World War II veteran Lynn Aas of Minot is shown at activities he has been attending in Belgium since last week in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge at... more »»

House passes Medicare proposal

March 27, 2015 After years of debate, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday that will provide stability in Medicare and CHIP while giving doctors some certainty that they will get paid. more »»

Souris River flows increased

March 27, 2015 Two consecutive days of unseasonably warm weather in southern Saskatchewan is responsible for a very rapid snowmelt that has led to increased flows in the Souris River and for reservoirs rising at a... more »»

Dog waste cleanup

March 26, 2015 It’s a dirty job, but somebody has to do it. Now it doesn’t have to be you. more »»

Operations suspended

March 26, 2015 Halliburton will suspend operations at its Minot facility on the east side of Minot, effective April 1, said a Halliburton spokeswoman. more »»

Beardstock this weekend

March 26, 2015 By Zac DeMers Minot Daily News Some of us can and some of us cannot grow facial hair. For both sectors, there is a one of a kind event coming up. more »»

Authorities: Employee gunned down boss, co-worker

March 26, 2015 Jeremy Isaac Rodriguez Rios, 18, was charged with gunning down his boss, Christopher Sluder, 50, and a co-worker, Brian James Story, 37, Tuesday morning at Turtle Mountain Pork, a commercial hog far... more »»

N.D. House mulls bill setting rates for bail bond agents

March 26, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Allowing the bail bond industry to double the fee it charges defendants in North Dakota would help free up jail space because the state's current cap often is too low to get the... more »»

Public reacts to details about proposed MARC

March 26, 2015 Minot residents displayed strong feelings on both sides of a proposal to levy a sales tax to build an $88 million community building at a public meeting Wednesday. more »»

N.D. might challenge new federal fracking rule

March 26, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota is considering challenging a new federal fracking rule for U.S. government lands. more »»

Area growth remains among fastest in nation

March 26, 2015 Population growth in the Minot area has slowed somewhat, but some of the fastest growth in the country continues to occur in western North Dakota, according to new population estimates released by... more »»

All boil orders lifted in northwestern North Dakota

March 26, 2015 BISMARCK – Water test results received Wednesday indicate that the tap water in Crosby is safe for human consumption and the boil order has been lifted for that community, according to the North... more »»



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