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February 26, 2015 MINOT AIR FORCE BASE – The men and women at Minot Air Force Base who operate, maintain, and secure the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles were named the “best of the best” with their... more »»

Pro-gun bill passes House

February 26, 2015 BISMARCK – North Dakota citizens will be allowed to carry firearms in more public areas than before and hunters can use short-barreled rifles for hunting, if a version of a bill passed by the N.D. more »»

Park district finds more desire for MARC than for tax

February 26, 2015 A huge recreational, aquatics and community center that offers nearly something for everyone is being proposed as a means to meet the demand for more indoor facilities in Minot. more »»

Committee advances ban on arrows, BBs in city

February 26, 2015 Arrows and BBs would be among banned weapons in Minot if a proposed ordinance is approved by the Minot City Council. more »»

Sixth Street project

February 26, 2015 When the oft-postponed Sixth Street Underpass project finally got under way in 2013, the Minot community was ready for some long-awaited improvements at the intersection near the library that floode... more »»

Jim Hill Middle School students visit Legislature

February 26, 2015 Students from Jim Hill Middle School went on a scavenger hunt at the North Dakota Heritage Center, visited the Supreme Court and heard bills debated in the North Dakota State Legislature last week. more »»

Bright ideas

February 25, 2015 Tyler Rose’s big Marketplace for Kids bright idea grew out of a thought many other kids his age can probably appreciate. more »»

Ward County supports jail project

February 25, 2015 Ward County voters have approved borrowing another $37 million for a jail expansion projec. more »»

Heitkamp promotes bill to train firefighters for train emergencies

February 25, 2015 An increase in train accidents involving Bakken crude has made it necessary for the federal government to offer better training to local firefighters and emergency responders, Sen. more »»

Committee rejects current plan for parking ramps

February 25, 2015 A developer’s proposal to use city-owned land as loan collateral in financing two downtown parking ramps went nowhere at the Minot City Council’s Finance Committee meeting Tuesday. more »»

Williston man sentenced to federal prison

February 25, 2015 A Williston man will spend the next 15 years behind bars after being sentenced Monday on charges of possession of firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon and possession of a firearm with an... more »»

Legislature votes down Pioneer Village bill

February 25, 2015 A bill that would have allowed the Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village to remain on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds has been voted down in the state Senat. more »»

Park District proposes interpretive trail

February 24, 2015 Minot Park District plans to make use of a state grant to construct a new trail and other park improvements in west Minot this summer. more »»

Three Ray students killed in accident

February 24, 2015 TIOGA – Three teenagers killed in a crash Monday evening on U.S. more »»

Historical society bill voted down in Senate

February 24, 2015 By ANDREA JOHNSON Staff Writer ajohnson@minotdailynew. more »»

Helping the zoo

February 24, 2015 A “Wild Garage Sale” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday at Roosevelt Park Zoo’s Visitors Center will raise money for the zoo’s medical program. more »»

CP doesn’t have waiting grain shipments

February 24, 2015 After more than a year of late deliveries, Canadian Pacific Railway reached a milestone last week when it finished the week with no grain shipments waiting. more »»

Kilting for a cause

February 24, 2015 What’s 6 feet, 2 inches in height, weighs 280 pounds, has long hair, a beard and can be seen walking around town? It’s not Sasquatch or Bigfoot; it’s Minot resident Chris Floyd and he can soon be... more »»

Max school still in need of repairs

February 24, 2015 MAX – The heating system at Max School is still unsafe and needs to be replaced, even though Max voters said no to a school bond issue for the second time. The $. more »»

‘White Earth’ filmmaker at the Oscars

February 24, 2015 “White Earth,” a film about North Dakota’s Bakken oil boom seen through the eyes of children, didn’t win an Oscar Sunday night, but the filmmaker was there for the festivities. J. more »»



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