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Minotauros' fans got ready for their match-up with the Bobcats with their third and biggest Trunk or Treat tailgate. [Read More]
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Jack Springgate channels his inner Viking with Spectrum Fitness in this week's fit tip. [Read More]
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Thursday night, the city will host members of the public to report on alternate sites for landfill expansion and how it compares to the current... [Read More]
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Trinity's CancerCare Center received $5,000 from Duemeland Real Estate as part of the organizations efforts to give back during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. [Read More]
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Many think of the second Monday in October as Columbus day, but as a state with a heavy native population, many in North Dakota celebrate... [Read More]
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People packed the All Seasons Arena at the state fair grounds to see the Minot Y Men's Rodeo. [Read More]
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Volunteers in Minot gave the Roosevelt Park Zoo some help with their autumn housekeeping... [Read More]
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There weren't many happy stories that came out of the 2011 flood, but Kat Socks' book 'Pickles the Dog' may be one of the few. [Read More]
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In this week's Fit Tips, the Minot YMCA keeps climbers fit year round with the rock wall. [Read More]
The federal government is sending funding to North Dakota to help combat opioid abuse and mental health issues. [Read More]
Pride of Dakota school lunch day is bringing class to the lunchroom to teach students about North Dakota's number one industry: agriculture. [Read More]
Sunnyside Elementary in Minot is home of the star, and they have a star teacher as well. [Read More]
Minot residents filled the city council chambers Tuesday night for the first public forum on the proposed 2019 budget. [Read More]
Local law enforcement got some protection for when they're out in the field, thanks to a grant from Hess Corporation. [Read More]
Saturday is International Red Panda Day, celebrating the small creatures originally from the Himalayas. [Read More]
It's the end of another memorable Dream Catchers summer of baseball, but the start of some Minotauros action at the Maysa Arena. [Read More]
TGU students of all ages showed their school spirit Tuesday by making tie-dye T-shirts with their fellow classmates. [Read More]
There is $250,000 are up for grabs at the Minot Country Club. [Read More]
Spurring interest in a downtown gathering space for Minot was the focal point of Thursday evening's 'Gathering 1.Oh!' event. [Read More]
Jenni DeLorme never left her son's side after he suffered a stroke. [Read More]
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