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Military Retiree Appreciation Day


Minot Alderman Approve 2018 Budget


Sen. Heitkamp introduces new bill for first responders


Ward County Sheriff promotes 2 to sergeant, lieutenant


Minot alderman tackle 2018 budget cuts


Women in the Magic City talk feedback


River of Life Church to Host Event for North Dakota Christian Substance Abuse Support Group


Minot Public Schools addressing smoke and student safety


Prairie Federal is tough enough to wear pink, helps local cancer patients


Berry Acres to open Saturday


Minot welcomes home MAFB B-52 airmen


Minot Police investigating report of man with firearm near school


Maurice Foley of Minot honored for flood protection efforts


Minot mayor forms committees to talk pet ownership, nuisance animals


Minot parking structure developers pay off debt, more bills coming


No fireworks show for Motor Magic in Minot


Property tax increase expected for Minot for 2018


A look inside the Ward County Jail addition


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