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Attorney cites double jeopardy in stalking case

July 14, 2016 A defense attorney for a Michigan man is trying to get a stalking charge that dates back to November 2013 dismissed. Christopher William Chegwidden, 26, Houghton, Mich. more »»

Man enters Alford plea to lesser charge

July 14, 2016 A 29-year-old Minot man who had been accused of assaulting his girlfriend in March has entered an Alford plea to a lesser charge. more »»

Woman pleads guilty to misdemeanor menacing

July 14, 2016 A Minot woman who was accused of hitting her boyfriend over the head with a full-sized guitar and striking him in the face on March 30 has pleaded guilty to Class A misdemeanor menacin. more »»


July 14, 2016 Marketplace Foods plans 50-foot caramel roll Marketplace Foods in Minot advertises it has the “finest caramel rolls.” Now the grocery stores are going for another feat – a 50-foot caramel roll. more »»


July 14, 2016 Drug dealer sentenced A 24-year-old South Carolina man will serve about five years in prison for delivering drugs within 1,000 feet of a school in January and February and for failure to register as... more »»

Pipeline repairs create nearly two-week delay in downtown Minot construction

July 13, 2016 Downtown infrastructure construction is running behind schedule due to water pipeline issues, but the current section of street disruption should be completed in two weeks, according to City Enginee... more »»

City: Estevan flood won’t cause local problems

July 13, 2016 Heavy rains that caused flash flooding upstream of the Souris River, in Estevan, Saskatchewan, will not result in any flooding downstream, according to water officials along the river system. more »»

Pokemon GO players can be found throughout Minot Parks, business districts and neighborhoods

July 13, 2016 Minot Police have responded to numerous calls of suspicious persons and suspected burglaries in recent days, only to find that they involve people using the Pokemon GO app on their smart phones. more »»

Cabs offer new services

July 13, 2016 Calling a cab isn’t just an option for the mobile anymore. Wheelchair users now have the same opportunity, thanks to a city ordinance that took full effect July 1. more »»

Kalix seeks to broaden Minot’s work force

July 13, 2016 Throughout the city of Minot, local businesses are being urged to expand their employment opportunities to people with disabilities. more »»

NYPUM Motorcycle Fun Run returns July 30

July 13, 2016 The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch’s seventh annual NYPUM Motorcycle Fun Run will take place at the end of July. Rich Berg and Todd Fjeldahl will be leading the NYPUM Fun Run. more »»

Wilding woman accused of kicking cop

July 13, 2016 A 25-year-old woman is accused of kicking a police officer in the stomach on Sunday when officers were trying to take her to detox. more »»

New Town man accused in stabbing

July 13, 2016 Bond was set at $10,000 cash or corporate surety Tuesday for a man accused of stabbing his former roommate in the neck in Minot on Monday. more »»

Heavy rains in Estevan will not result in flooding downstream

July 12, 2016 Heavy rains that caused flash flooding upstream of the Mouse River, in Estevan, Sask., will not result in any flooding downstream, according to water officials along the river system. more »»

Former Ward County deputy cleared

July 12, 2016 A charge of reckless endangerment against former Ward County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Captain Michael Nason has been dismissed. The action occurred late last week in District Court in Mino. more »»

Marijuana initiative moves forward

July 12, 2016 A group gathering petition signatures to make North Dakota the 26th state to legalize medical marijuana has successfully reached the signature count needed for November ballot access. more »»

Intercity bus service in Minot ends

July 12, 2016 The loss of Minot’s only intercity bus service is creating travel headaches for area residents who have counted on the more affordable travel option. more »»

Ribfest hopes to grow into the future

July 12, 2016 With Magic City Ribfest having wrapped its second year, promoter Tom Ross is excited to see the event grow into a tourist attraction. more »»



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