Minot's Power of Pink Cake Auction total

Minot's Power of Pink Cake Auction total

You may remember the Power of Pink cake decorating in October. Well, the results are in and the grand total of the cake auction is a whopping $10,808.

Evening weather 5-23-19

Thursday evening weather forecast with Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lawrence.

Memorial Day preparations

Grounds crews were cleaning and trimming up the cemetery, families were placing flowers and crews were preparing to deal with the parking situation on Monday.

Farmer keeping hopes up for rainy weekend

With below average rainfall, area farmers say they're ready for some rain.

Recycling in Dickinson

Rachel Shumaker, Dickinson's recycling and collections coordinator, says the city has been getting positive feedback on its recycling.

Changes to POW/MIA memorial at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery

The POW/MIA memorial at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery had a major change before Memorial Day.

Wet weather keeping some ranchers from turning out their cattle

Wet weather is usually a farmer or rancher's ideal situation. But this year, the weather pattern is hurting ranchers in the field.

 

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