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Minot Legislator Recovering from Fall 

One of Two legislators recovering from injuries   BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Two North Dakota legislators are recovering from injuries suffered in falls.  82-year-old Republican Sen. Karen Krebsbach, Minot, is using a walker after she slipped off a curb in Minot and broke her hip and left wrist. She still…
January 5, 2023

A Smile in the Office

Working for the County lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – Numbers and math aren’t everyone’s strong suit, but some people love it. Sarah Walker has been an account technician for the Ward County Auditor and Treasurer’s office for six years. Her job deals with property databases and transferring deeds with the recorder’s office…
January 1, 2023

In the Food Business

From Big City to Small lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com MINOT – Cooking isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but for some people it’s a huge favorite. Olivia Kimberlin has lived in Minot for four years and has been working at Gourmet Chef almost as long, being an event coordinator for two years and assistant…
December 18, 2022

Hooked on the Outdoors

Fisheries Fixture Ends Career RIVERDALE – He’s made a difference, had an impact. No question about that. Jason Lee, North Dakota Game and Fish Department North-Central District supervisor, is retiring at the end of this month. He takes more than 31 years of experience in North Dakota fisheries with him.…
December 14, 2022

Always Liked Reading 

Administrator of Ward County Library  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – Not everyone’s hobby is reading, but for some people, books are more than a hobby.  Ward County Public Library Administrator Kerrianne Boetcher grew up in Lansford, but moved to Minot in 2012, where she has been working as the director of the…
December 11, 2022

Serving in Every Way 

A Police Officer for the Community  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – Many police officers work hard and even risk their lives for their community, and some even take extra time out of their day to help those in need.  Aaron Moss has been a police officer since 1994 and serving the Minot…
December 4, 2022

Some in GOP reject Becker claim of gains for far right 

By JAMES MacPHERSON Associated Press  BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — State Rep. Rick Becker, who was easily defeated in his independent bid for U.S. Senate, said Wednesday that he still considered Election Day a victory with wins by candidates who will grow the Legislature's ultraconservative wing that he founded a decade…
November 10, 2022

Former Political Prisoner Speaks in Minot

lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – Prison is a dark and uncertain place to be for those who don’t deserve it, according to former political prisoner Sam Goodwin, who spoke in Minot Wednesday. Minot Women Connect hosted Goodwin at the Grand Hotel, where he spoke to a large crowd about his experience of…
August 31, 2022

Profile: Lt. Governor's Wife

WATFORD CITY -- Sandra Sanford, the wife of Lieutenant Governor Brent Sanford, has been very politically involved herself in different conservative non-profit organizations. Her husband has also been involved in politics for many years as the mayor of Watford City, as his grandfather was.   “I don’t even like to use…
August 5, 2022

Local Hero Honored

MINOT – Not all heroes wear capes, and no hero truly takes a vacation. Such was the case for Scott Allen, fireman from the Minot Fire Department, who, according to the City of Minot, took a vacation in California early July with nine others from his family. As he and…
August 4, 2022
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