What Memorial Day is really about

Although the fallen can no longer hear the thanks we give for their service and paying the ultimate sacrifice, we still recognize and reflect on what they did for our country.

What Memorial Day is really about

Although the fallen can no longer hear the thanks we give for their service and paying the ultimate sacrifice, we still recognize and reflect on what they did for our country.

Recap of Bradley Morales murder trial in Minot

After a four-day trial, a jury returned a guilty verdict in the Bradley Morales murder case.

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Students get a voice

State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler turned to students Friday for some ideas on how to handle the issue.

Confinement with compassion

Before the Behavior Intervention Unit launched in 2016, the maximum number of inmates in segregation was more than 100. The number has since plummeted down to 40, and it's now at 14.

National Missing Children's Day

Friday is National Missing Children's Day.

 

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Duane Roy Dreher, veteran and father of three, was 34 when he vanished from Mason City, Iowa in 1955

World War II Merchant Marine Duane Roy Dreher, 34 at the time, went missing from Mason City, Iowa on November 7, 1955. Three days later, his car was found abandoned at a nearby creek. He was never heard from again.

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Record-breaking NASA astronaut Alan Bean dead at 86

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