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June 28, 2016 Police seek help to ID female suspect Minot Police are asking for assistance in identifying a subject in a counterfeit money case. more »»

Getting Personal

June 27, 2016 We’ve all seen them. Maybe even have them. Those personalized license plates. Some are easy to understand. Others are whimsical or simply display a name or nickname. more »»

A natural desire

June 27, 2016 Roosevelt Park Zoo Director Becky Dewitz has a business background, but she grew up hiking in the outdoors and loving pets. She enjoys educating people about her passion. more »»

Leeds death investigated

June 27, 2016 The N.D. Highway Patrol reported Saturday that agency, the Benson County Sheriff’s Office and N.D. State Forensic’s Medical Examiners Office are investigating the death of a 55-year-old Leeds man. more »»

Family fun comes to Lansford

June 26, 2016 LANSFORD – Powerful tractors, vintage cars, and time honored traditions are being celebrated at the 46th Annual Lanford Threshing Show this weekend. Today’s program starts at 9 a.m. more »»

Colleges collaborate to bring science education to region

June 26, 2016 BELCOURT – The study of science can add much to our knowledge about the world and how things work. It also can be downright fu. more »»

Achievement Days a success

June 26, 2016 Fourteen 4-H clubs in Ward County took part in Ward County 4-H Achievement Days held at the North Dakota State Fairgrounds in Minot last week. The event opened Monday and concluded Friday. more »»

Afton Country Kids display art work

June 26, 2016 4-H members spend a great deal of time working on numerous projects and then showing their work at Achievement Days, the forerunner to the North Dakota State Fair. more »»

Supreme Court to hear Minot zoning case

June 26, 2016 The North Dakota Supreme Court is scheduled to hear an appeal Monday brought by neighbors of First Western Bank & Trust over a judge’s decision to dismiss their zoning complaint. more »»

Children’s paintings spruce up ramps

June 26, 2016 Eloise Ogden/MDN Children’s paintings are displayed on the two parking ramps in downtown Minot. more »»

BLM gives simple steps to avoid starting fires on public lands

June 26, 2016 Long days of abundant sunshine and limited rainfall mean that grasses, shrubs and even trees are beginning to dry out in North Dakota and other states in the Northern Plains and Northern Rockies. more »»

The 29th annual North Dakota Ladies Run will be held July 15-17 in Minot.

June 26, 2016 Registration will be held from noon to 7 p.m. July 15 at the Grand Hotel. A vendor show and “beach party” by the hotel pool will also be held from noon to 7 p.m. more »»

Main Street taking shape

June 25, 2016 The Downtown Infrastructure Project was underway Friday on Main Street as construction workers began laying concrete for the sidewalks. more »»

District 14 selects incumbents in primary challenge

June 25, 2016 District 14 voters supported their Republican-endorsed incumbents to advance to the general election in a contested primary race for state legislative seats June 14. more »»

Wind now, warmer weather ahead

June 25, 2016 High winds will rule this weekend, so says the National Weather Service. Winds today are expected to be steady at 25 miles per hour or more with gusts reaching into the upper 30s throughout the day. more »»

Clean-up continues in Minot

June 25, 2016 Three months ago Minot residents rallied together to start a massive clean-up effort. Highways, deadloops, and parks were places of interest residents and community organizations sought to beautify. more »»

Miss Minot Pageant returns

June 25, 2016 The city of Minot is experiencing a state of transition, and it’s only fitting that this community has a Miss Minot to lead the way. more »»

Sue Steinke, first elected city council woman

June 25, 2016 After 130 years, a woman has been elected to Rugby’s City Council. Sue Steinke has been chosen to sit on the council, of which she is very proud. more »»

 
 

 

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