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Progress 2021

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Spotlight on properties

In striving for a more vibrant downtown, Minot leaders are looking to spruce up buildings, create more options for under-utilized buildings and find new uses for properties that Trinity Health eventually will no longer need. City government should have a role in ensuring these changes happen, ...

Investing in downtown

Golfers will want to check out a new restaurant and bar coming to downtown Minot this fall. Construction is starting this spring to renovate a downtown Minot building for Whiskey Nine, a golf-themed establishment to be located at 111 W. Central Ave. The business will have golf simulation ...

Stepping outside

Some Minot businesses are taking advantage of the summer sun while it shines. Others are finding ways to take advantage of sunshine year round. Outdoor venues have long been popular with diners and shoppers, and Minot is looking to increase those opportunities, particularly around its ...

Dakota Square welcomes new businesses

It’s been a hard year for businesses at Dakota Square Shopping Center in Minot, but marketing director Mikalah Auer said shoppers are starting to come back. “As the weather warms up and events are starting to happen again” there should be more activity, said Auer. Target has been ...

Thriving on the prairie

HARVEY – When Paul Gunderson arrived in Harvey in January 2018 to direct the local Jobs Development Authority, CP Rail had just announced plans to decommission its terminal in the city, eliminating dozens of local jobs. Community leaders were worried how the blow might impact the town of just ...