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Northern Celebrations: Train now; train smart 

We’re just into the early days of summer’s official arrival but grouse season is right around the corner with its tentative Sept. 10 opening date. Don’t blink, because the state’s resident waterfowl season is – once again tentative – slated to follow beginning Sept. 24. And, of course, then it’s…
June 25, 2022

Making a Difference: Minot Area Community Foundation

MINOT — Matching donors to the charity they’re passionate about has been a part of the Minot Area Community Foundation’s mission for the past 24 years. Jason Zimmerman, president, described the organization as mostly an endowment system. “It was a group of community leaders that wanted to create an opportunity…
June 25, 2022

South Prairie State Champions – Again

HORACE — They made a bold statement at the start and kept it going until the last clay was broken. Make it consecutive Clay Target State Championships for South Prairie High School. All eyes were on defending state champion South Prairie from the time they arrived at the Shooting Park…
June 25, 2022

TMS Offers Hope to Patients with Persistent Depression, OCD

MINOT — Behavioral Health Services is launching an effort to increase awareness among healthcare providers and the public about Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). TMS is an FDA-approved, noninvasive, nonpharmacological treatment for people with major depression -- and now obsessive-compulsive disorder -- who’ve been unable to attain relief from antidepressants or…
June 24, 2022

Dead Dogs in Court

MINOT — Two persons implicated in the deaths of two dogs and the near starvation of three others, made their initial appearance in North Central District Court this week. Kayelynn Mercier, 20, and Jim Diaz, 21, both Minot Air Force Base, are each facing five counts of Animal Cruelty, Class…
June 24, 2022

Elected Officials’ Families: Oley Larsen’s Wife

MINOT — Former Senator Oley Larsen, R-Dis. 3, was in the North Dakota Senate from 2011 to 2021, before he stepped down. Liz Larsen, his wife, described what she thought when her husband decided to run. “I think the word would be ‘disbelief’ that he wanted to do it, and…
June 24, 2022

Game and Fish Briefs

Deer Lottery, Pheasant Count North Dakota’s deer gun lottery has been held and more than 5,500 deer gun licenses remain. Only resident applicants who were unsuccessful in the lottery can apply for remaining licenses. More than 71,000 individuals applied for a deer gun lottery license, in addition to over 13,600…
June 23, 2022

Roosevelt Park Pool Hosts World’s Largest Swim Lesson

Minot, — The Minot Park District in partnership with the Minot Swim Club will be taking part in the World’s Largest Swim Lesson this Thursday, June 23 at 5:30 p.m. hosted at the Roosevelt Park Pool.  The annual World's Largest Swimming Lesson event, coordinated by the World Waterpark Association, brings…
June 23, 2022

Fake Bomb Disaster at Minot Airport

MINOT — Fake bomb, fake smoke, fake victims. The Minot International Airport put on a simulation of a bomb threat for the purpose of training first responders Wednesday. This full-scale emergency exercise is required every few years by the FAA. Volunteers of all ages pretended to be victims of a…
June 22, 2022

Lower Your Auto Insurance Costs

If you haven't shopped around for insurance in more than a year, chances are that you're paying too much for car insurance. There are several factors that can change the cost of your insurance and give you lower premiums than what you're paying right now: Your car depreciates Insurance rates…
June 22, 2022
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