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A committee has begun the difficult task of determining the definition of a "community facility" that could be eligible for sales tax assistance from the city.
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With the rapid increase in population, Powers Lake's Elementary School has grown from a low of 38 students to 105.
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Other winners included: Business/Organization: Mouse River Rollers. Businesswoman: Linda F. Johnson.
It is amazing what one can learn when they pay attention in church. On Sunday, we attended Easter services at First Lutheran Church in Minot, where Pastor Ken Nelson preached an inspiring sermon.
The City of Minot employees pension fund continues to carry a sizable unfunded liability as it moves toward eventual closure, according to the city's actuarial firm.
A trucker involved in a major crash near Stanley last summer pleaded not guilty to three charges of negligent homicide Tuesday afternoon.
A committee laid the groundwork Tuesday in its mission to determine what constitutes a "community facility" that is eligible for Minot city sales tax assistance.
A group of concerned Minot residents held a discussion at Riverside Park Monday evening on "zombie" homes and what is to be done with them three years after the 2011 Souris River flood.
STANLEY Leroy Larson, 84, Stanley, was named as the victim of the fatal crash on N.D. Highway 8 at the north edge of Stanley just before 10 p.m. Thursday.
Families with children as old as 12-years-old numbering nearly 2,000 people came to hunt for Easter eggs at the Roosevelt Park Zoo Easter egg hunt Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. This was the first year where the event lasted three hours as opposed to the two of previous years.
Lachelle Smith and Chris Baker are challenging Minot Public School Board incumbents Laura Mihalick and Steven Velk for the two open seats on the Minot Public School Board.
North Dakota's higher education system needs new management to meet the needs of tomorrow's workforce, according to North Dakota House Majority Leader Al Carlson.
Construction is under way and proceeding rapidly on a new Cenex convenience store and truck stop along U.S. Highway 83 just north of the city.