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Ballot Battle Ahead

MINOT — It will be the most closely watched board meeting ever held at the new County building. And with good reason. In the recent June 14 election unofficial voting results for the Republican representative ticket in District 3 showed incumbent Jeff Hoverson leading challenger Roscoe Streyle by a single…
June 22, 2022

Road Changes for City and County

MINOT — Minot City Council approved the 16th Street NW and 30 Avenue NW intersection to change from a four way stop to a two way stop, with the 16th Street stop signs being removed. During the meeting Monday, Alderman Stephan Podrygula said he had received concerns about this issue…
June 21, 2022

MSU Raises Juneteenth Flag

MINOT — Minot State University's Diversity Council hosted a celebration of Juneteenth Monday afternoon with a speech and the raising of its flag. Though the Emancipation Proclamation went into effect in January 1863, Juneteenth celebrates when the federal government took control of Galveston, Texas, to ensure the slaves' freedom, on…
June 20, 2022

Minot Vistas Bounce back, Defeat Moorhead 4-3

Minot — After going 1-3 in their last four games the Minot Vistas welcomed the Moorhead Blues to Corbett Field Saturday. The Vistas opened the scoring right away in the bottom of the 1st as a leadoff single by Morgan Nygaard and a walk by Kellan Burke set up the…
June 19, 2022

Making a Difference: Disabled American Veterans

Making a Difference: Disabled American Veterans By Lydia Hoverson MINOT — If a veteran has any disability relating to their service in the military, there is a national organization called Disabled Americans Veterans (DAV) which will help those who have served the nation by providing a place where they can…
June 18, 2022

Minot's Changing Council

MINOT — A new mayor is about to move from one seat to another, leaving a vacancy on Minot’s City Council. Alderman Tom Ross emerged the winner in a three-way race for mayor in the recent election, garnering 1,978 votes. Fellow challenger Miranda Schuler finished second with 1,357 votes, and…
June 18, 2022

Dry Months Ahead for North Dakota

MINOT — The region is wet and there’s record flooding occurring in neighboring Montana all along the surging Yellowstone River. Given those conditions, it hardly seems possible that a weather forecast calls for a dry July-September for North Dakota. However, that is exactly what is contained in the latest long-range…
June 16, 2022

Rampaging Yellowstone River

RIVERDALE — There is a lot of water headed toward North Dakota, but it won’t resemble the damaging torrent that has ripped its way across Montana. Rainfall of two inches or more that fell over rocky surfaces and steep terrain this past weekend surged into the Yellowstone River, creating historic…
June 15, 2022

Minot Election Results

MINOT — The biggest upset of the night was Alderman Tom Ross beating out his opponents Miranda Schuler and Incumbent Shaun Sipma to be the next mayor of Minot. "Now the work begins. We've got exciting times ahead of us. We're going to get people engaged," Ross said. Minot's City…
June 15, 2022

Tom Ross Projected to be New Mayor

MINOT — The City of Minot has a new mayor. The Secretary of State's website is showing Tom Ross has the lead over Miranda Schuler and Incumbent Shaun Sipma. Kim Fundingsland has Ross' initial reaction on being named the new mayor of Minot.
June 14, 2022
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