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Business was good for alleged robber

May 19, 2016 An accused armed robber is facing four new theft related charges dating back to last fall. more »»

Minot State advisors recognized

May 19, 2016 The Minot State University Student Government Association selected Kristi-Ann Berg, Thomas Froelich and Laurie Geller as the 2015-16 Professors and Advisor of the Year. more »»

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May 19, 2016 Jury finds Minot man guilty of sex crime TOWNER – A jury in Northeast District Court in McHenry County found a Minot man guilty Tuesday night of having sex with a 15-year-old girl in Towner in 2012... more »»

More time in court for Ambort, pleads guilty

May 19, 2016 A 29-year-old Minot man will serve 18 months for bail jumping, a Class C felony, in December and for possession of a controlled substance, a Class C felony, and carrying a concealed weapon, a Class ... more »»

Probation for bar brawler

May 19, 2016 A 30-year-old Minot man will be on unsupervised probation for 18 months for resisting arrest following an altercation at a Minot bar on Jan. 2, according to court records. more »»

Forging Ahead

May 18, 2016 More money is needed for construction on a flood protection project, but that won’t hold up permitting and bidding later this year, Ryan Ackerman with the Souris River Joint Board said Tuesday. more »»

Rice Lake brings good news

May 18, 2016 For the first time in recent years, the Rice Lake Recreation Service District brought good news to the Ward County Commission Tuesda. more »»

Sex offenders share responsibility of monitoring

May 18, 2016 Last week’s announcement from Minot police about a changed address on the local sex offender registry might have alarmed some, but while high risk sex offenders moving to and around Minot can be... more »»

Committee advances curbside recycling plan

May 18, 2016 A city ad hoc committee is advancing a curbside recycling program with a three-year implementation plan. more »»

Growing Minot’s financial literacy

May 18, 2016 Literacy at the library is about a lot more than book. more »»

Act would help Native American veterans

May 18, 2016 The Tribal Veterans Health Care Enhancement Act will allow the Indian Health Service to cover the cost of copayments for Native Americans receiving medical care from the Veterans Administration. more »»

Alleged E.R. brawler sees day in court

May 18, 2016 A 25-year-old Minot man is accused of physically assaulting an emergency room doctor at Trinity Hospital on Saturday. more »»

Jim Hill mistakenly sends warning call to parents

May 18, 2016 Parents of Jim Hill Middle School students received calls Tuesday morning mistakenly telling them their children were truant. more »»

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May 18, 2016 Defendant says she returned stolen laptop A 37-year-old Minot woman is accused of stealing a laptop computer from The Computer Store in Minot on Jan. 14. more »»

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May 18, 2016 Two men accused of storage unit burglary Two Minot men are accused of burglarizing a storage unit at 4825 North Broadway in Minot early Sunday morning, according to court documents. more »»

Election Preview

May 17, 2016 An incumbent, a former incumbent and a newcomer are vying to represent Ward 2 on the Minot City Council. Bob Miller, George Withus and Michael Carswell will be on the city’s June 14 ballot. more »»

Hoofin’ It for a Cure raises funds for Cancer Society

May 17, 2016 ROSEGLEN TO GARRISON – About 50 riders and 20 volunteers took part in this past weekend’s Hoofin’ It for a Cure horseback ride from Roseglen to Garrison. more »»

Children’s art reflects Minot’s resilience

May 17, 2016 Gardens, recycling and teamwork represent resilience to fourth-graders at Perkett Elementary School. more »»

 
 

 

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