Drought affecting farmers' family life

The recent rain hasn't done much to alleviate the pressure ranchers and farmers are feeling across the state.

Many people in the Magic City have privacy concerns after a new feature became available on the popular social networking application, Snapchat.

An enemy for gardeners is back again, after a 6 year hiatus. Japanese Beetles were discovered in a shipment of plants from Baileys Nursery in Minnesota. Those plants were sent to 67 facilities in North Dakota.

The Minot Public Library is giving its entrance a facelift.

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