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Minot educator to speak at Governor's Summit on Innovative Education


The Salvation Army donates school supplies to Minot area children


City of Minot Road Construction Update


Navymen from Minot killed in Pearl Harbor attack identified


Work resumes at site of new Trinity Hospital


Fire destroys historic church on Fort Berthold Reservation


Minot businesses rewarding people on Earth Day


MSU choir selling singing telegrams for Norway trip fundraiser


A booth at the KMOT Ag Expo has it all


KMOT Ag Expo Set Up Day


69th Bomb Squadron Commander removed from command


Pet of the Week


Thanksgiving for the Seniors at Minot Air Force Base


Minot residents talk use of downtown gathering space


Car enters river in northwest Minot, occupants safe


Hot air balloon forced to land in MSU parking lot


iMagicon begins tomorrow in Minot


Airmen return home to Minot Air Force Base


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An advocacy group called for an inquiry into families being split up at the border, with parents sent back to Mexico and children sent to U.S. shelters.