Mandan Dairy Queen helps fund employees through college

Wed Aug 14 17:31:48 PDT 2019

Mandan Dairy Queen helps fund employees through college

Mandan Dairy Queen employees are being rewarded for their dedication with college funds.

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Minot's Small Business Saturday struggles

Many local businesses were hard to get to on what should have been their busiest day of the year.

2 of 3 closed North Dakota papers bought

Two North Dakota newspapers are back in business after last week's announcement that they would be closed. New editions of the papers came out Friday under new ownership.

Minot Minotauros toss teddy bears for charity

The Minot Minotaros will be hosting their 9th annual Teddy Bear Toss event at the Maysa Arena on Saturday night.

National background checks on gun sales approaching record numbers

The FBI says it has conducted more than 25 million background checks on guns sales so far this year. It's on pace to break an all-time record. That seems to be the case in North Dakota as well.

Latest developments in search for a gathering space for Minot

Minot is still searching for a gathering space after Trinity Health declined their proposal for now.

 

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4-year-old twins escape deadly wreckage, hike for help

The driver, who wasn't wearing a seat belt when the vehicle veered off a road, was killed.

Saudi Air Force member who killed 3 at U.S. Navy base had watched mass-shooting videos

Investigators believe a social media post critical of U.S. support for Israel belonged to the shooter, law enforcement sources said.

Performance artist eats $120,000 banana duct-taped to wall

Maurizio Cattelan's creation, titled "Comedian," is meant to be "replaced as necessary," said a spokeswoman for the gallery displaying the piece.

Young girl on a mission to send Christmas cheer to U.S. troops

When Sawyer Hendrickson’s brother joined the Marines and couldn’t come home for Christmas, the young girl was inspired to send holiday cheer to him and his company instead. Now the 10-year-old, her mom, and an army of “elves” send stuffed stockings to service members around the world.

Paper or plastic? Inside the heated debate over drinking straws

There’s a big push to ban plastic straws, and many companies are turning to paper as a more environmentally friendly option. A lot of consumers hate them, complaining that the paper alternative gets mushy and falls apart. The nation’s largest paper straw producer says the bad reputation stems from misuse and cheaper, foreign-made products.