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  1. From Bismarck to prominenceRead the original story

    7 min ago | Minot Daily News

    A tall, skinny kid from Bismarck, Rudolph didn't emerge as a prominent player for Bismarck Century High School until his junior season. After his senior year, he wasn't exactly getting bombarded with phone calls from college coaches despite being a North Dakota Class A second team All-State selection.

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  2. Bismarck blanks Magi hockey for WDA titleRead the original story

    Sunday | Minot Daily News

    Submitted Photo Bismarck's T.J. Irey gathers in the puck in front of the Minot net before resetting and shooting the puck past Patrick Heide and goaltender Odin Nelson as part of his hat trick, all in the second period, of the West Region hockey tournament championship game at the VFW Sports Center on Saturday. Photo courtesy Mike McCleary, Bismarck Tribune.

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  3. Safety meeting in prep for ramp up in oil activityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Minot Daily News

    The North Dakota Petroleum Council will hold its annual safety meeting on Monday in Bismarck in conjunction with the North Dakota Safety Council's Safety and Health Conference. The meeting will review current injury and fatality statistics and update best practices for the oil and gas industry.

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  4. 24 years in the makingRead the original story

    Saturday | Minot Daily News

    After entering the state wrestling meet with state title aspirations, the second day of the tournament was less than ideal for Minot. The Magicians dropped both of their team dual meets, saw six of seven wrestlers lose their semifinal matches and sat in fifth place in the team standings, trailing Bismarck by nearly 70 points.

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  5. Ticket punchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Minot Daily News

    The Lions have never boasted three individual state champions in one season, but that could change as Kersey Harris, Konner Beeter and Jordan Will each earned state title berths in their respective weight classes Friday. "And now I'm in the state championship.

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  6. Warm spell warningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Minot Daily News

    Kim Fundingsland/MDN Although there is still a long ways to go, Minot's snowpack is slowly diminishing thanks to a spell of warm weather. Warm temperatures are forecast for the remainder of the week.

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  7. Philion leads Red Cross West Dakota ChapterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | Minot Daily News

    Eloise Ogden/MDN Terri Philion began in October as executive director for the West Dakota Chapter of the American Red Cross. Her work covers 28 counties in western North Dakota.

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  8. Minot High boys pick up road win at BismarckRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | Minot Daily News

    The Minot High boys basketball team picked up a 75-60 road win at Bismarck Tuesday night in West Region action. The Magi built a 34-27 lead at intermission and outscored the Demons by eight in the second half to help pull away for the win.

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  9. Roll out the "Magic carpet"Read the original story

    Monday Feb 6 | Minot Daily News

    Submitted Art Above is a rendering of the proposed Minot High artificial turf project. Art courtesy of Minot High School.

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  10. Readers and responsesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 4 | Minot Daily News

    This week, I thought that I would respond to a few questions that have been directed at me via phone calls and email, but which I thought warranted response in print. Around the first of the year, we took the Markets page, which includes commodities prices, and moved it to the Minot Daily News website exclusively.

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  11. Blizzard brush past unlucky Majettes 6-2Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Minot Daily News

    Alex Eisen/MDN The Bismarck Blizzard celebrate after scoring their third goal Tuesday night against the Minot High Majettes in a girls hockey game played at Maysa Arena. Take away a couple bad bounces, grant a disallowed goal and the Minot High School girls hockey team could have skated away with a drastically different outcome, or at least a closer final score, Tuesday evening against the Bismarck Blizzard at Maysa Arena.

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  12. Legislature has eye on the balla the oddballRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Minot Daily News

    Some have openly posited that perhaps things should change and the North Dakota Legislature should be scheduled to meet annually as opposed to bi-annually. Judging from the session so far, perhaps the opposite approach should be considered.

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  13. Prominent outdoor bills at legislatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Minot Daily News

    A bill that would eliminate posting in North Dakota is a highlight among a surprisingly limited amount of proposed outdoor legislation currently before state lawmakers participating in the 65th Legislative Assembly in Bismarck. is scheduled to be discussed in front of the Senate Natural Resources Committee at 9 a.m. Friday in the Capitol Building.

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  14. Meeting requirementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 29 | Minot Daily News

    Less than six months after opening its doors, Minot's opioid treatment clinic is busier than its corporate owners expected it might be at this point. The Minot facility is North Dakota's first opioid treatment clinic using drug therapy with methadone to assist in client recovery.

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  15. Undefeated no moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 27 | Minot Daily News

    Alex Eisen/MDN Minot High senior guard KyJuan Johnson passes the ball to Justin Engg in a West Region game against Legacy High School earlier this season. Minot's undefeated record was snapped Friday night against Dickinson, 79-74.

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  16. Runoff concerns riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 27 | Minot Daily News

    Kim Fundingsland/MDN A vehicle crosses the Souris River near Minot's water treatment plant where a floodwall was recently completed. The National Weather Service warns that the current snowpack contains enough water to place spring flooding risk above normal.

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  17. Hoeven praises March for LifeRead the original story

    Friday Jan 27 | Minot Daily News

    Senator John Hoeven issued the following statement in recognition of the 44th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. The senator spoke at the march Friday afternoon, which is led by approximately 600 students, administrators and friends of the University of Mary in Bismarck and attended by groups from across the state and nation. "The March for Life is an important opportunity for our citizens, of many ages and from many different regions, to come together united in the cause of protecting the sanctity of human life.

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  18. Miracle survivor gets new view on lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 21 | Minot Daily News

    Jill Schramm/MDN Larry Desjarlais sees life as a second chance after surviving a suicide attempt 3-1/2 years ago. Larry Desjarlais was looking to end his life when he jumped from a moving vehicle nearly 3-1/2 years ago.

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  19. Historical valueRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 21 | Minot Daily News

    The extensive records collection of the Indian Claims Commission era from the late longtime Minot attorney Jonathan C. Eaton Jr. are among three special collections of historical value in the Three Tribes Museum near New Town. Marilyn Hudson, longtime administrator of the Three Tribes Museum, said Eaton and his wife, Betty, were good friends of the museum, visiting the facility and making a number of donations, including the Eaton collection, a large blue vase made by the Three Tribes Stoneware program in the 1960s and a western painting.

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  20. Driver liability bill meets oppositionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 20, 2017 | Minot Daily News

    A House Bill limiting the liability of motorists who strike pedestrians received considerable opposition among the support at a legislative hearing Friday. The bill was introduced by Rep. Keith Kempenich, R-Bowman, in response to concerns about roadblocks by protesters against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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