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This year's Mardi Gras has come and gone and Halloween is still a solid seven months away, but an event taking place Friday will keep its attendants in masks and good spirits.
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Rising water brought several residents of a rural subdivision southeast of Minot to the Ward County Water Resource Board meeting Monday.
BISMARCK This past week the N.D. Industrial Commission sent a letter to federal regulators in support of Enbridge's proposed 612-mile Sandpiper pipeline that would move North Dakota crude oil to Minnesota and Wisconsin.
A 1971 Piper Cherokee 140 plane departed from Minot with the intended destination of Dickinson Saturday but suffered mechanical engine failure soon after launch at around 5:30 p.m. The lone occupant and pilot, Gordon Pavlicek, 66, Minot, performed an emergency landing in a farm field in the area of 46th Street and 149th Avenue Southwest, according ... (more)
Third- and fourth-graders from Minot and area schools gathered in front of the Wright Flyer in the Dakota Territory Air Museum to hear famous aviators the Wright Brothers Orville and Wilbur tell about inventing the first airplane and its first flight.
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After a year marked by delays in passenger service and agricultural shipments, BNSF Railway says it plans to spend almost $250 million to expand rail traffic on its network in North Dakota.
Norman was born on Oct. 13, 1933, a son of Jacob and Mary Hildenbrand, in Harvey.
An inspection report late last year from the Army Corps of Engineers showed a number of problems, such as tree growth, erosion and inadequate rock riprap.
The long-absent co-defendant in a Minot human trafficking case pleaded "not guilty" to the Class A felony charge at an arraignment at the Ward County Courthouse in Minot Thursday afternoon.
Community members belonging to a group called The Yes for Students Committee have come out in support of the $39.5 million bond election scheduled for April 8. "We have close to 400 elementary-age students in portable classrooms across the district," said Daryl Somerville, chair of the Yes for Students Committee, in a press release.
Kenneth "Kenny" Hirsch, age 58, was removed from his loved ones' lives at home on March 2, 2014, after a heroic battle with lung disease/cancer with his wife by his side.