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April 10, 2015 Area residents want good river management and timely construction of a flood protection system, based on input at a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers meeting in Minot Thursday. The St. more »»

School building projects to begin

April 10, 2015 Work is proceeding on various school building projects in the Minot school district. Voters approved a $39. more »»


April 10, 2015 Trial set for man accused of sexually exploiting minor A trial date in District Court in Minot has been set for William Jose Goya, accused of sexually exploiting an under-age girl in the city. more »»

A mile in her shoes

April 9, 2015 Police officers, doctors, hockey players, football players and auto mechanics had no problem slipping on gaudy, sky high heels for a good cause this past winter. more »»

County to address Rice Lake emergency

April 9, 2015 By JILL SCHRAMM Staff Writer jschramm@minotdailynews. more »»

Commission hears more details on building costs

April 9, 2015 A meeting on cost overruns in the $19.2 million construction of an administration building left Ward County commissioners with as many questions as answers Wednesday. more »»

Warriors of the 21st Century

April 9, 2015 NEW TOWN – Connie Rae Azure “hit rock bottom” before she decided to turn her life around and away from drug. more »»

Corps takes input on flood protection plan

April 9, 2015 BURLINGTON – Burlington-area residents raised questions about levee plans at a public input hearing on Souris River flood protection in Burlington Wednesday. The St. Paul District of the U.S. more »»

Rewarding dedication

April 9, 2015 BURLINGTON – A small group of dedicated volunteers is helping save lives in the Burlington area. more »»


April 9, 2015 Police locate missing girl The Minot Police Department this week recovered a missing teenage girl and another 16-year-old girl and arrested two adult women who have been charged with offering sexual... more »»

Local briefs

April 9, 2015 PSC approves siting permits The North Dakota Public Service Commission approved siting permits Wednesday for two pipeline projects in McKenzie County. more »»

Jail improvements prove costly for county

April 8, 2015 Mandated costs for improvements at the Ward County Jail have county commissioners wondering where the money will come from. more »»

Minot police warn of scam

April 8, 2015 The Minot Police Department issued the following press release Wednesday. The Minot Police Department has received information of a new scam running in the are. more »»

Commission takes another look at office building costs

April 8, 2015 Bullet-proof glass is out and so may be other changes not authorized by the Ward County Commission in the design of an office building under construction. more »»

Bureau releases Final EIS for NAWS

April 8, 2015 An alternative being recommended in a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement for the Northwest Area Water Supply project looks similar to past recommendations for the project, although th... more »»

Biplane’s first flight also two families’ event

April 8, 2015 When the bright white with red, white and blue striping Starduster Too biplane soared into the air Saturday afternoon on its first test flight, it was a milestone and an event of two families. more »»

Shirley’s inauguration set for April 17

April 8, 2015 Steven Shirley will be officially inaugurated as the 11th president of Minot State University at 2 p.m. April 17. more »»

Police arrest Bible bandit

April 8, 2015 Minot Police have made one arrest in conjunction with a string of recent church burglaries in Minot. Arrested Monday was 23-year-old Ryan Every of Grand Forks. more »»

Magical masquerade

April 8, 2015 Companions for Children is an organization that has been in the Minot area for over 40 years. It has helped to match volunteer mentors with kids 6 to 18 years old from the Minot area. more »»


April 8, 2015 City lets bids on downtown infrastructure project Construction on a major downtown infrastructure project is expected to begin in May under a contract with Strata Corp. of Grand Fork. more »»



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