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City workers were finishing up repairs late Wednesday afternoon to a broken water main on Third Street Northeast near the intersection with 11th Avenue.
There were 4,340 yes votes in favor of the $125 million bond issue and 4,349 no votes, making the vote about 50-50.
The last handful of surplus temporary housing units are on their way out of Minot this week, more than two years after they arrived to serve residents displaced in the June 2011 flood.
The cost of battling flooding could keep Rice Lake homeowners from sharing in the tax relief that other Ward County property owners will see when they receive their tax bills this month.
The fire that destroyed the interior of a northwest Minot residence Friday morning was caused by a "heat gun," according to the city fire marshal.
Donald Allen Howe was born Aug. 26, 1947, the son of Clayton and Helen Howe, in Minot.
Enrollment in the Minot Public Schools currently stands at 7,400 students, but that does not compare to the student numbers the district saw back in the early 1970s.
Scott was born on Feb. 4, 1957, in Williston, to Kenneth and Adeline Erb. He moved to Minot as an infant, where he was raised and educated.
The fury of the early morning fire at Chateau Apartments was evident throughout a large section of Minot Thursday.
Two concrete elevator shafts, standing scarred and charred, were all that remained of two apartment buildings being constructed to expand Chateau Apartment Homes after fire completely engulfed and destroyed them early Thursday morning.
Arctic air is moving across the middle of the country, sending temperatures plummeting.
In 2007, a U.S. Air Force plane left Minot, N.D., supposedly carrying obsolete missiles scheduled for destruction.
St. Cloud-based Coborn's Inc. has formally acquired five liquor stores in the Bismarck-Mandan area of North Dakota, a transaction that was first agreed to in October but needed approval of license transfers at future city council meetings.
A "Christmas at the Zoo" fundraising event in Minot, ND and "Parade of Lights" events in Yankton and Sturgis are among those being called off.