County by County, Feb. 11, 2020

MINOT, N.D.- Let's start in Mountrail County, ​in Tuesday's County by County.

The Four Bears Segment Drug Awareness Program is holding a series of Enhancing Family Interactions through Drug Education classes in New Town.

Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Thomas "Johnny" Bird Veterans Memorial Building, anyone 14 and older is welcome to learn how to better interact with those around you who are dealing with addiction​.

Circle of Life Dr. Lois Delong is the speaker and food is provided.

If you have any questions, you can contact the FBS Drug Awareness Coordinator, Taylor Bradley at (701) 421-5262.


Over in Ward County, as we know, Valentine's Day is only a few days away.

The Minot Public Library is celebrating by hosting Valentine's Day STEM Wednesday at 2 p.m., since it's an early out day from school.

Kids grades kindergarten through 5 are welcome to go and work on STEM skills related to Valentine's Day.

The program is at the Imagination Station.


In Pierce County, soon you'll be seeing the store Home of Economy in Rugby.

Home of Economy bought the Shopko store in town and that is where they plan on calling home.

There are currently seven Home of Economy's throughout the state in Minot, Williston, Grand Forks, Watford City, Devils Lake, Jamestown and Grafton. Rugby will be North Dakota's eighth location.

The Rugby Job Development Authority says the store is planning on opening their doors this Spring. They are looking to hire between 12 and 14 full time employees and around eight part time. Currently, they are looking for a manager and once found, the other positions will be listed on indeed.com.