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Trees that Dance for All to See 

Olson’s Decorations and Light Show  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – Part of what makes Christmas is the endless houses decorated with shining lights. One couple has been taking lights to a whole new level for two decades.  Barry and Judy Olson are in their 20th year of setting up Christmas trees, inflatables,…
December 2, 2022

Tennessee Pastor Upsets Some in Minot 

Minoters' Response Mixed lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – A high profile conservative spoke at Sleep Inn Tuesday night, leaving some Minot area residents concerned and some joyful.  Greg Locke, founding and lead pastor of Global Vision Bible Church in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, spoke on several hot topics, giving a firm conservative stance…
November 30, 2022

Minot Mall Receives Good Black Friday Numbers 

Dakota Square Mall busy place  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – Though Black Friday may not be the only day to get good deals during the Christmas season, that day and week brought hundreds of shoppers to Dakota Square Mall.  Mikalah Auer, marketing director, said Black Friday numbers have trended very strong for…
November 28, 2022

Behind the Scenes of Christmas in the Park 

A Good Cause in the Park  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – Sertoma Club’s Christmas in the Park has grown over the years, with people in the community looking forward to viewing the lights at the park and supporting a good cause.  For over 25 years, Sertoma has displayed countless light animations for…
November 26, 2022

Oak Park Christmas to Debut Black Friday 

Setting Up Christmas in the Park  lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – Christmas season is ready to kick with Minot Sertoma Club’s Christmas in the Park, with funds going to charity.  Dave Gowan, club member of the non-profit Sertoma and organizer of Christmas in the Park, said the park will be open Black…
November 24, 2022

More Than Hunting and Fishing 

Tioga NDGF Advisory Board Meeting  kimfundingsland@mydakotan.com Sportsmen gathered at the Tioga Community Center for a North Dakota Game and Fish Department Advisory Board meeting on Monday. (Photo: Kim Fundingsland/The Dakotan)  TIOGA – The North Dakota Game and Fish Department kicked off its fall round of Advisory Board meetings in this…
November 23, 2022

Special Assessment for Traffic Signal

Request to Council by Trinity Health lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com   MINOT – City council voted 4-3 to create the city’s first special assessment district for a traffic signal at the intersection of 23rd Avenue Southwest and 37th Avenue Southwest, requested by Trinity Health, near its new campus.  Alderman Paul Pitner, who voted no,…
November 22, 2022

Minoter Makes History

David Hogue to Lead Senate
November 21, 2022

Minoter Makes Legislative History 

David Hogue is Senate Majority Leader  MINOT – David Hogue, R-District 38, was elected Senate Majority Caucus Leader by fellow legislators on the evening of November 14 at the State Capitol, making Hogue the first Minot resident ever elected to the position according to the N.D. Legislature website. Records on…
November 21, 2022

Memorable Snowfall Totals 

Minot sets record  MINOT – It was a nasty way to get the winter underway, one of the deepest November 10 snowfalls on record in many places in the state. Minot’s official dump was a record for the date at 7.3 inches. The previous mark was 4.2 inches in 2012. …
November 11, 2022
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