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Enbridge to delay Sandpiper pipeline project

September 3, 2016 Enbridge Energy is delaying its Sandpiper pipeline project that would have run from North Dakota’s Bakken oil fields, thrugh Minnesota and to a terminal in Superior, Wis. more »»

ND Supreme Court ends appeals by bank neighbors

September 3, 2016 The North Dakota Supreme Court has ruled against a Minot neighborhood who appealed parking variances granted by the city to First Western Bank and Trust in 2014. In a decision handed down Aug. more »»

Base clarifies housing policy

September 3, 2016 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – Officials at Minot Air Force Base have provided a few more details about security measures to allow the general public who might lease a home on the installation. more »»

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September 3, 2016 City offices closed Monday In observance of Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 5, all city offices will be closed. more »»

Is half penny enough?

September 2, 2016 Upcoming spending on river dike repairs has some residents and the Minot City Council questioning whether a half percent sales tax is enough to cover operation and maintenance of existing flood... more »»

Committee reluctant to welcome chickens into city

September 2, 2016 Minot city council members were asked to not be chicken about chickens Wednesday when presented with a request to allow hens in city limits. more »»

Committee warily advances Burdick street options

September 2, 2016 A city committee has advanced a reconstruction plan for a portion of Burdick Expressway East that preserves options to straighten the curve near the Coke plant at Ninth Street and eliminate traffic... more »»

City recommends bids for old terminal demo

September 2, 2016 It cost about $2.4 million to put up, and it will cost about $670,000 to take Minot’s former airport terminal down. more »»

Swimming time

September 2, 2016 Those Dog Days of Summer are just around the corner. Actually, the event is planned for Labor Day on Monday, Sept. more »»

On display at NAPA

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September 2, 2016 Community Wish List open for grant requests Grant applications are open for the Community Wish List of United Community Bank of ND and Minot Area Community Foundation. more »»

Local nursing

September 1, 2016 With a $1.75 million donation, Trinity Health is taking aim at ensuring Minot State University and Dakota College at Bottineau continue to graduate a robust pool of quality nurses. more »»

Watch out for this scam

September 1, 2016 The Ward County Sheriff’s Department is advising the public of a phone scam that is currently going on in the Ward County area. more »»

Newspaper readers invited to pose questions for governor candidates

September 1, 2016 Readers of North Dakota newspapers are invited to submit questions that could be posed to the three candidates for governor when they square off in a campaign debate Oct. 3 in Bismarck. more »»

Knife wielding bandit sentenced

September 1, 2016 The man who staged four robberies and one attempted robbery, Vincent Michael Musi III of Minot, was sentenced for three of his crimes Wednesda. more »»

Allen and Carol Becker delivered meals to Louisiana flood victims and others

September 1, 2016 There’s “a lot of devastation,” said Allen and Carol Becker, Red Cross volunteers from Minot who returned home this week after spending two weeks feeding people in the flood-devastated area in... more »»

Ballet studio to perform with Western Plains Opera

September 1, 2016 Advanced dancers with Rinat Mouzafarov’s Institute of Dance and Ballet Theater will perform Sept. 9 and 11 in the Western Plains Opera Co.’s production of “Rigoletto. more »»

Minot gears up for Maroon and Gold day

September 1, 2016 Minot High School Cheer Team is celebrating Friday as Maroon and Gold for the Minot Public Schools and the City of Minot in celebration of the start of their fall 2016 activities. more »»

Magic Day of Giving continues to look for ideas

September 1, 2016 The third annual Magic Day of Giving will take place Friday, Sept. 9 in Minot, and efforts are underway to garner more project ideas from the community. more »»

City considers plans, cost of finishing parking ramps

August 31, 2016 Completing the exterior of Minot’s two downtown parking ramps is expected to cost between about $226,000 and $251,000, according to information presented to the Minot City Council’s Finance and... more »»

 
 

 

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