Ward County could save more than $1 million on jail, courthouse projects

Minot debuts automated garbage trucks, bins outside of election poll

UPDATE: 25-Year-Old Minot woman reported missing has been found

Relay for Life raises tens of thousands of dollars

Verendrye Electric holding steady despite slow economy

Burlington water restrictions

Women United gives grant awards to programs benefiting community

Minot Public Library wins Star Award

Minot's Sears department store in Dakota Square Mall will be closing

UPDATE: 17-year-old runaway Lakota Jewett located in Minot

Emergency burn ban approved for Ward County

Minot city leaders balk at parking structure proposal

Minot City Council approves expansions to Northridge Villas neighborhood

Minot Police searching for runaway teen

Ten years later, family and friends of Anita Knutson still searching for answers

City of Minot asks residents to limit water usage

Minot-area Miss North Dakota contestants head to Williston for state pageant

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