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Lydia Hoverson

Keeping the Arts Alive

Executive Director of MACA MINOT – While many jobs in a City keep it running, some jobs keep it exciting. Justin Anderson is the executive director of the Minot Area Council of the Arts. “I run the organization with myself and one other staff person,” said Anderson. “We both take on a lot. The primary […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 21, 2023

Striving for Property and Environment Protection

Public Service Commission BISMARCK – Regulation can be a controversial subject, but one department says the purpose of its regulations is to protect people’s property, including the products they buy, as well as the environment. The Public Service Commission in North Dakota regulates several things, but the four main objectives are utility regulation, coal mine […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 20, 2023

Aesthetics for Upcoming Flood Wall in Zoo Presented

Possible Animal Paintings MINOT – As the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project has been taken in phases, the next phase is planned to go through the Roosevelt Park Zoo and could have some nice aesthetics that fit with the area. Dan Jonasson, Public Works director, told the Minot City Council earlier this week about […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 18, 2023

A Program to Help Women who Suffer after Abortion

Discover Peace in Minot MINOT – Dakota Hope Clinic in Minot has a free, confidential program to help women who are struggling after having an abortion. Tanya Humphreys, lead facilitator for the Discover Peace program, said the program is a six-week curriculum that women who are post-abortive can join. The purpose of the program is […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 18, 2023

Low Fire Danger in Ward County 

Burn Restriction still in Place  MINOT – Though the Minot Rural Fire Department placed a burn restriction in Ward County two weeks ago that is set to be in place until November, burn bans will fluctuate, and after large amounts of rain this past weekend in the region, the county is currently in a low […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 17, 2023

Human Relations Ordinance Postponed Again

Packed Room  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com MINOT – An ordinance to create a Human Relations Committee that brought in a packed room at the Minot City Council meeting Monday was tabled for a second time. The HCR, originally created in 1976 but has been dormant for over a decade, was created to be a place people could go […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 16, 2023

Rain Good and Bad for Farmers 

Help with Drought, Harmful with Mud  MINOT – The couple days of rain this past weekend is both good and bad for farmers, says North Central Research Extension Center’s Cropping Systems Specialist Leo Bortolon. While rain is good for drought relief, too much of it at once can make fields too muddy to plant, even […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 15, 2023

Celebrating Mothers at the Zoo 

Families Enjoy Warm Sunday Afternoon  MINOT – There are many ways to show our appreciation for our mothers, and the Roosevelt Park Zoo did so for all Minot area mothers by offering a free day at the zoo.  Sunday, a bright and sunny Mother’s Day, brought over 1,000 people to the zoo.  “We’re celebrating all mothers, […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 15, 2023

Lawyering for the City

Dead Sprint Since November  MINOT – Just as individuals may need an attorney, many cities hire one to make sure everything is up to code. Stephanie Stalheim became the Minot City Attorney last November. “It’s been a dead sprint,” said Stalheim. “We’re down one attorney in the office.” The City Attorney office consists of the […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 14, 2023

Updates on National, State, and Local Republican Issues

Republican Women of Minot Speak About Current Politics MINOT – With Republicans holding the majority of political positions across North Dakota, there seems to be an ongoing divide in the party, some calling for more unity and perhaps allowing for a “bigger tent,” and some calling for a closer adherence to the party’s platform.  The […]
by Lydia Hoverson
May 13, 2023
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