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Honoring a veteran

October 6, 2008 BERTHOLD – More than 50 years ago, Oliver “Ole” Skinningsrud of Berthold served with the U.S. Marines during the Korean War. more »»

Arrowhead barber loves his work

September 29, 2008 As people walk by, they’ll notice a tray of wrapped candy in the corner, colorful fish swimming in a perfectly clear tank and hear the unmistakable hum of the barber’s clipper. more »»

Laying tracks to the past

September 22, 2008 Perhaps nothing that could have prepared Cody Massine for the backbreaking work he, his family and the members of Boy Scout Troop 411 went through for his Eagle Scout community service project over... more »»

Public defense

September 15, 2008 Tom Gunderson is a jovial fellow. Always quick with a smile and kind word, it’s hard to believe such a good-spirited person would make a living out of conflict. But for 36 years, he’s done just that. more »»

In love with aviation

September 8, 2008 Some people spend their summer weekends in a boat on the water. Russ Gohl spends his in a rocking chair at an airfield. more »»

Rob Anderson named Teacher of the Year 2008

September 1, 2008 Rob Anderson started his career as a furniture salesman but ended up close to 40 years later as Minot Education Association’s Teacher of the Yea. more »»

Tabitha Morin helps disabled reach their goals

August 25, 2008 Tabitha Morin is the new independent living specialist with Independence, Inc. of Minot. She joined the agency this spring. Independence, Inc. more »»

Education zoordination

August 18, 2008 A bit of good luck and fortunate timing were all it took for Becky Dewitz to land her dream job as Roosevelt Park Zoo’s education coordinator. more »»

Grosche’s geese

August 11, 2008 Don Grosche says some people call him “The Goose Man.” If they do, it’s for good reason. more »»

Eye on the greens

August 4, 2008 Going green suits Tracy Hubrig just fine. The Minot man has discovered a way to spend plenty of hours on the golf course without having any guilt for doing so. more »»

A fighter pilot’s life

July 28, 2008 Many former members of the 5th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Minot Air Force Base say Col. Jack Broughton was a tough but fair commander. more »»

Parallel passions

July 21, 2008 BISMARCK – When talking to Kyle Martin, you get the feeling he has the same passion for the North Dakota Wheat Commission as he does for politics and photography. more »»

Fairest of them all

July 14, 2008 MAXBASS – Regardless of the countless carnivals, exhibits and grandstand shows she’s seen in the past 40 years, Bette Furgeson of Maxbass still gets excited about going to the fair. more »»

Smette ready for politics

July 7, 2008 Mitchell Smette decided to run for Boys State Governor during his first hours on the North Dakota State College of Science campus in Wahpeton. more »»

Railroad retiree still keeps busy

June 30, 2008 Since retiring from his job as a trainmaster for the railroad in 1985, Minot resident Wallace Iverson has kept busy with his social interests and hobbies. more »»

Maddock about Barkley

June 16, 2008 MADDOCK – Most 3-year-olds don’t have much of a story to tell. Most don’t have the language skills to convey them, even if they did. more »»

Tabletop memories

June 9, 2008 Sometimes small side journeys from the everyday routines of life can evolve into very rewarding ventures. more »»

Leader of funeral honors

June 2, 2008 Spc. Kacey Krueger makes sure veterans are given the proper military funeral honors. more »»

Lonnie Zahn — making elevators greater

May 26, 2008 RUSSELL – Getting the best price for a farmer’s grain, then turning around and selling it for the best price is how Lonnie Zahn describes being a grain merchandiser. more »»

Man making photo history of Minot

May 19, 2008 The hard part is the editing. more »»



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