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Special Assessment for Traffic Signal

Request to Council by Trinity Health lydia.hoverson@stage.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

New Councilman Takes His Seat 

Scott Burlingame Sworn In  lydia.hoverson@stage.mydakotan.com   MINOT – Scott Burlingame was sworn into office for a city council position Monday.  Burlingame was voted in at the general election in early November over Roscoe Streyle, who previously occupied the seat. Streyle had been appointed by council in July to temporarily fill the…
November 22, 2022

Progress on New City Hall 

Moving in the Spring  MINOT – It has been a long time coming, a few more months even, but all is on schedule for the city’s new City Hall.  “The project is going very well. We are on time and under budget,” said Lance Meyer, city engineer. “Overall, we’re happy…
November 22, 2022

Former tribal official sentenced 

Pled guilty of accepting bribes  BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A former Three Affiliated Tribes official was sentenced Monday to six years and three months in federal prison after pleading guilty to a scheme that involved soliciting and accepting bribes and kickbacks from a contractor providing construction services on the Fort…
November 21, 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

Man Dies of Injuries in Car/Bus Crash

Ward County FATAL Crash - UPDATE   What: Two Vehicle Fatality Crash   Where: Highway 52 mile marker 73, 5 miles east of Carpio   When: 11/15/2022 approximately 4:10 PM CST   Road Conditions: Dry   Weather Conditions: Overcast   Crash Involvement: Two vehicle crossover SUV vs. school bus  …
November 20, 2022

North Dakota-owned oil, gas mineral rights valued at $2.8B 

By JAMES MacPHERSON Associated Press  BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — An estimate of oil and gas mineral rights owned by North Dakota pegs their value at $2.8 billion, an 18% increase from last year, according to an appraisal released Thursday to the state Land Board.  The increase comes largely from strong…
November 17, 2022

Winter outlook: Cold, Snowy 

Latest forecast from the Climate Prediction Center  MINOT – Well, cripes, any chances of a warm, dry winter are heavily refuted by the latest long-range weather outlooks issued by the Climate Prediction Center. All indications favor colder than usual temperatures for North Dakota through February 2023. Look for more than…
November 17, 2022

N. Dakota AG: Docs can use health info to defend abortions 

By DAVE KOLPACK Associated Press  FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Doctors who perform abortions should be able to disclose the patient's personal health information as part of their defense to avoid prosecution, North Dakota's attorney general said Wednesday.  North Dakota's abortion ban, which is currently on hold because of a lawsuit,…
November 17, 2022
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