Jan 21, 2013
Valley News Live
Frigid temps and dangerous wind chills in Dakotas
The coldest wind chills are in western and central North Dakota. The Weather Service says the wind chill dropped to -47 near Pierce and -42 degrees near McHenry and Sheridan overnight.
Valley City Times-Record
Gov. Candidate Answers Questions
David Luessen/Times-Record Ryan Taylor, Democratic candidate for the North Dakota Governor's Office, visited with TR reporter David Luessen last week.
Bring Back the Magic
The Bring Back the Magic telethon to raise money to help people affected by flooding in Minot and the surrounding area will be broadcastA today across an increasing number of television, cable and radio stations in the region.
Black Eyed Peas to headline Minot flood benefit
A Six-time Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum recording artists The Black Eyes Peas will hold a benefit concert on September 3, 2011, at the North Dakota State Fair Grandstand to assist the victims of the flooding that devastated Minot and surrounding North Dakota communities.
$2 million raised for flood recovery fund
Millions of dollars from across the United States have poured in to help the people of Minot recover from flooding.