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The company whose building burned down in May is suing the City of Minot, trying to get permission to rebuild. [Read More]
It's an exciting day for us. That's how Minot City Engineer Lance Meyer described his feelings at this morning's opening of the last stretch of... [Read More]
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Enrollment is down this fall at Minot State University - but there's a bright spot in the numbers. MSU officials report total enrollment fell by... [Read More]
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A Minot doctor has received recognition for her work in medicine in North Dakota. [Read More]
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Six years after record flooding did a billion dollars damage along the Mouse River, work is poised to begin on a major flood protection project.... [Read More]
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Health Department officials have been notified of a diesel fuel spill that leaked into a dead loop of the Mouse River in Minot. [Read More]
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Police are searching for a man they say has been running a scam in the Berthold area. [Read More]
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The life of Minot's bulging landfill has been extended by several decades thanks to a land purchase. [Read More]
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The effort to buy up Minot homes in the path of the flood control project got a financial boost today. [Read More]
An annual effort to support cancer survivors is hitting high gear. The Tough Enough to Wear Pink campaign is underway in Minot. [Read More]
An opera that is an 'on-ramp' for people to learn the enjoyment of opera is being offered in Minot this weekend. [Read More]
A kick from a feisty cow left an area farmer unable to harvest his grain crop this fall - until some help showed up. [Read More]
For the second time in two weeks, a semi trailer has become stuck in the 6th Street Underpass in Minot, shutting down the street. [Read More]
Flowers are blooming into September at the International Peace Garden. [Read More]
Students at a local elementary school are dressing outside the dress code for a good reason over the next week. [Read More]
One woman has been arrested and two other women are being sought in connection with an investigation into drug diversion at a local healthcare provider. [Read More]
34 concrete mixers were rolling to and from a huge new elevator complex near Lansford today. [Read More]
The Broadway Bridge project is about a month behind schedule, but the project manager says the problem can be overcome. [Read More]
A 31-year-old man was killed in a head-on collision between his car and a pickup near New Town yesterday. [Read More]
A North Dakota man is headed for Texas this weekend - bringing help to people blasted by Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
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