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Measure promotes tourism on Native American property

April 27, 2016 The U.S. Senate is helping pass bipartisan legislation to promote economic and cultural opportunities on tribal lands by improving tourism across Indian Country. more »»


April 27, 2016 Load of weed leads to slate of charges A 28-year-old New Town man is accused of planning to deal marijuana in the New Town are. more »»


April 27, 2016 Wild ride ends in jail sentence ROLLA — A 33-year-old Dunseith man was sentenced to two years in prison for being in possession of a stolen 1999 Ford Explorer on Dec. more »»

Energy efficiency

April 26, 2016 Senators John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp helped to score a monumental victory last Wednesday, as their bipartisan effort helped pass the Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2016. more »»

Annual BLT Day returns May 7

April 26, 2016 The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch is set to hold its 11th Annual BLT Day on May 7 to help at-risk children and their families. Since its inception, the event has continued to grow every year. more »»

New programs will engage people with disabilities in community

April 26, 2016 New programs at Rehab Services, Inc., are expanding the opportunities for students and adults with disabilities in Minot. more »»

Emergency response

April 26, 2016 BISMARCK – On April 12 and 13, the North Dakota Department of Health hosted a number of federal and state agencies in a simulated disaster exercise. more »»

Study: ND prepared for public health emergency

April 26, 2016 PRINCETON, NJ – An annual assessment of health security and preparedness shows that the nation is relatively well-prepared for managing an emergency. more »»

Severe weather systems to be tested Wednesday

April 26, 2016 In conjunction with Severe Summer Awareness Week in North Dakota this week, the National Weather Service will be testing communication systems across the state by issuing a test tornado warning. more »»

Knife River Indian Villages to present ArcheoBlitz

April 26, 2016 STANTON – Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site near Stanton is celebrating the National Park Service centennial by hosting, along with Midwest Archeological Center, the first-ever... more »»

Lightning strike causes fire at saltwater disposal well site

April 26, 2016 KILLDEER – Nearly 27,000 gallons of oil and another nearly 27,000 gallons of saltwater burned in a fire at a saltwater disposal well about 13 miles south of Killdeer. more »»

Avoiding accident lands driver & car in slough

April 26, 2016 BERTHOLD – A 47-year-old Minot man was injured when his car went off the highway and into a slough near Berthold Saturday afternoo. more »»

Three MSU students receive communication awards

April 26, 2016 Three Minot State University students were recognized for their writing and photography by North Dakota Professional Communicators April 15 at an awards luncheon in Fargo. more »»

Federal funds for Head Start programs

April 26, 2016 BELCOURT – The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians have been awarded more than $2.8 million in funds for Head Start programs, Sen. John Hoeven, R-ND, and Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND, announced. more »»

Keeping it simple

April 25, 2016 Rep. Matthew Klein, R-Minot, has never been one for giving long speeches on the floor of the North Dakota House. more »»

Grand marshal selected

April 24, 2016 The North Dakota State Parade Committee has selected Gary Cederstrom, Major League Baseball umpire, as the grand marshal for the 35th Annual North Dakota State Parade to be held July 23 during the... more »»

Friends of the Souris

April 24, 2016 While many are taking advantage of the nice weather by taking a ride on their motorcycle or having a barbecue, some are using it as an opportunity to make Minot a cleaner community. more »»

Stenehjem visits Minot

April 24, 2016 While Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem was in Minot Friday to take a tour of the construction of John Hoeven Elementary being built, he took some time to speak to the Minot Daily News about his... more »»

Zoo opens today

April 23, 2016 A female bobcat and a male Scottish Highland calf are the newest additions to Minot’s Roosevelt Park Zoo. The zoo will open for the season today, a week earlier than originally scheduled. more »»



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