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Former abortion clinic director to speak at Dakota Hope banquet

September 21, 2016 Pregnancy help centers exist to help not just babies but also their mothers, says Abby Johnson, a former abortion clinic director who now assists with pro-life efforts across the natio. more »»

ND Petroleum Council’s annual conference rolls on

September 21, 2016 The second day of the North Dakota Petroleum Council’s annual meeting gave presenters and attendees the opportunity to reflect on the past and look forward to the future of oil in the state. more »»

Learn from the best

September 21, 2016 Minot residents and guests have the chance to learn from the best, as world famous instructors will teach their legendary skills at Høstfest University. From Sept. 28 through Oct. more »»

Minot woman sentenced for peddling oxycodone

September 21, 2016 A 20-year-old Minot woman will serve about three years in prison for dealing oxycodone tablets last October. more »»

Plea deal pending for Velva daycare drowning case

September 21, 2016 VELVA – A plea deal appears to be in the works for a McHenry County social worker who is accused of falsifying a daycare license renewal following the drowning of a child. more »»

Attendance up at Minot State

September 21, 2016 Official fall 2016 enrollment numbers at Minot State University show a two percent increase compared to official numbers last year, according to a press release issued by the university. more »»

Parizek charged with dealing oxycodone

September 21, 2016 A 41-year-old Minot woman already on probation for dealing methamphetamine in a school zone is now facing another charge for allegedly dealing oxycodon. more »»


September 21, 2016 Dunseith man charged with forgery A 33-year-old Dunseith man is accused of altering a $100 check from Scheels to a $1,000 check on Monday and then trying to cash the check at First Western Bank in... more »»

Trial delayed for accused drug dealers

September 21, 2016 A trial for three men accused of intending to deliver drugs at a residence near Jim Hill Middle School could be delayed until March 201. more »»

Bakken Briefs

September 21, 2016 Parshall school plans day care The Parshall School Board has voted to convert one of the rooms in the Elementary School to be used as a daycare facility. more »»

Suspect vowed 'bombs will be heard' in streets

September 21, 2016 NEW YORK (AP) — Championing jihad, bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami vowed to martyr himself rather than be caught after setting off explosives in New York and New Jersey, and he'd hoped in a... more »»

Petroleum Council kicks off annual meeting

September 20, 2016 The North Dakota Petroleum Council began its annual conference Monday among nationwide protests against the Bakken pipeline. more »»

Labor of a different type

September 20, 2016 Computer-generated print can’t compare to the old letterpress technique, according to a graphic design student who spent his summer restoring an antique printing press. more »»

Souris River group member recognized by magazine

September 20, 2016 It’s one thing to dream up a great idea. It’s another thing to figure out how to implement it successfully, according to online magazine Route Fift. more »»

Students make sense of finance with in-school sketch comedy

September 20, 2016 Middle school students in western North Dakota will learn important personal finance skills while having fun participating in sketch and improvisational comedy. more »»

MADC adopts new strategic plan

September 20, 2016 The Minot Area Development Corp. has adopted a new, enhanced strategic plan to help Minot and the region continue to thrive in the state’s evolving economy. more »»

Civil jury trial this week over fall on the ice

September 20, 2016 A civil jury trial is scheduled to begin today in the case of a woman who is suing Target and Dakota Square Mall in Minot after she fell on the ice and broke her wrist nearly four years ago. more »»

Sanderson gets probation for failing to register as a sex offender

September 20, 2016 A convicted sex offender who worked as the Easter Bunny at Dakota Square Mall last spring was sentenced Friday to time served and probation for failing to register as a sex offender. more »»

Airport receives FFA money

September 20, 2016 The Federal Aviation Administration has awarded $990,460 to Minot International Airport for airport improvements, according to Sens. John Hoeven and Heidi Heitkamp. more »»



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