Crews beginning work on final phases of Minot's downtown revitalization project

Construction crews are beginning work on the final phases of Minot's downtown revitalization.

The sky's the limit for some Minot high schoolers interested in medicine.

The Bismarck Larks hosted a second job fair Saturday, recruiting the staff they'll need for their 36 home games this season.

Normally you have to make an appointment at the post office for a passport. Appointments need to be made sometime between 10 a.m.-to-3 p.m. on weekdays, which makes it inconvenient for many.

Document shredding event cut short

Unicorn Frappuccinos go extinct in Bismarck

Exchange student, who had never played tennis, qualifies for tournament

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Williston's annual event E-Race the E-Waste kicks off

Senate approves state takeover of county social services pilot program

Burgum announces signatures on bills to curb prison population, boost help for addicts

Retired district judge to oversee Minot murder trial

Students participate in mock job interviews

Restaurant owner shot over pita bread, ‘lucky’ in more ways than one

Crews installing new wooden floor in Minot's armory

Main Street Minute: Solidcore

New Mandan sports complex will prompt Old Red Trail widening

25th annual Williston Basin Petroleum Conference

Senate gives final passage to expanded prayer in schools bill

Behavioral health program funded with diminished budget headed to Burgum's desk

Sweet Treats bakery making mornings sweeter for customers

Ward County Planning Commission proposes right-of-way changes

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