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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

Minot Charities Look to New Year

Nonprofits Look Back at 2022 lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – Many nonprofits in the area have been helping people for years. The Dakotan spoke with two of them to get a look back at the old year, and see what they’re looking forward to in the new. Formed in 1975, 2nd Story…
December 31, 2022

Fun in the Warm Winter

Activities in Minot lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – After a bitterly cold week, the outdoors are finally warming up. With the warmth comes more people venturing outside. Many of those outdoor winter activities include tubing, sledding, ice skating, cross country and downhill skiing, or even just strolling downtown. Kayden Hudson, Minot, likes…
December 29, 2022

Winter Camp for Kids

Discovery Center Promotes Learning During Break lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com MINOT – Though this week is a holiday break from school for many kids, some are still learning new things. The Magic City Discovery Center put on a Winter Break Camp Tuesday and Wednesday for kids ages 5-11 at the Minot Municipal Auditorium.…
December 28, 2022

Minot Businesses After Christmas

Locals Still Shopping lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – Christmas season usually provides good sales for many local businesses. Some of those businesses at the mall and downtown spoke of how Christmas sales went, as well as how it’s going this week now that Christmas is over. Jennifer Ahmann, manager of Chico’s at…
December 27, 2022

Light Show in North Minot

Schlecht Christmas Light Display lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com MINOT – Light shows have become more and more fancy as technology evolves. One Christmas light show at 309 24th Street Northwest is put on by Dave Schlecht and his family, who described his show as computerized lights that are set to music. “You can…
December 25, 2022

Christmas Eve Services

Churches in Minot lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – Many enjoy attending church on Christmas Eve. Here are some services in Minot that are scheduled for Saturday, December 24. Cornerstone Church, located 1000 Third Street Northeast, has scheduled a service at 5:30 p.m. More information can be found here. First Lutheran, located at…
December 23, 2022

Tour of Lights Canceled

Due to Cold and Snow lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com MINOT – Though plans were made for Eastwood Park Holiday Tour of Lights' second straight year following a 10-year hiatus after the 2011 flood, it was unfortunately canceled Friday due to the weather. The Tour of Lights had been scheduled for Sunday, December 18…
December 17, 2022

Snow Craziness

Towing what they can lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – Yet another storm has hit Minot, and this means more work for the plow operators, the tow trucks, the auto body repair shops, and more.  The Dakotan contacted a lot of these, but unsurprisingly couldn’t get a hold of many. “The ice had…
December 15, 2022

Public Helps Homebound through Tree

Ryan Nissan Provides Angel Tree lydia.hoverson@mydakotan.com  MINOT – The public can help those in need this week through Ryan Nissan’s angel tree. Kristen Brown, event coordinator and reputation management for Ryan Nissan, said Ryan Nissan partnered with the Minot Commission on Aging.  “We collect new unwrapped gifts until December 16,”…
December 13, 2022
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