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Past articles by John:

VFW looking for teacher of the year nominations

This year they hope for stiffer competition. → Read More

Turtle Mountain Tribe kicks off recover center project

They said 700 people a year need treatment. → Read More

Minot VFW had a decorated year

Minot’s Veterans of Foreign Wars post was recognized in several awards over the last couple months. → Read More

Three nominated for the Scandinavian-American Hall of Fame honor roll

Three people of Scandinavian descent are being added to the honor roll of the Scandinavian-American Hall of Fame. → Read More

Minot Public Schools sees slight enrollment increase in 2022

More than half of the total students are enrolled at the elementary school level. → Read More

Fuel the Fight works to ease the burden on Trinity CancerCare patients

By buying gas, and perhaps dunking a local figure, residents raised more than $80,000 last year, and they hope to raise $100,000 this year as they find fun ways to support a serious cause. → Read More

Bottineau residents help the food pantry stand out

The Bottineau food pantry serves about 10% of the town population. → Read More

Food vending brings a family together

She said they’ve made friends with a lot of their neighbors over the years and it’s always fun to come back and catch up. → Read More

KMOT Pride of Dakota Day at the ND State Fair

Monday is KMOT Pride of Dakota day out at the North Dakota State Fair. → Read More

One of Minot’s most dangerous intersections redone

The intersection of US-2 and Evergreen Avenue in Minot has been listed as the city’s most dangerous intersection. → Read More

What’s coming up in Kenmare for the 125th celebration

Sunday will have more live music and games for kids throughout the day. → Read More

Minot electrical inspections opening

Both Minot electrical inspection positions opened up recently and the city is looking at moving to state service. → Read More

Ward County voters to decide ‘right of way’

A measure on the ward county ballot this year enshrines a change made earlier in the year on right of way dedications. → Read More

Kenmare leaders working on solving policing issues

The town of Kenmare is facing some new challenges in policing its community. → Read More

Minot makes progress toward Bird Scooters

Residents of Minot could soon see electric scooters in downtown to help people get around. → Read More

MSU Summer theater to include Josh Duhamel Stage

The season kicks off June 17 with “Something Rotten.” → Read More

100 Year old church restored near Rugby

An old church near Rugby was on its last legs, but some passionate patrons are giving the prairie landmark a facelift. → Read More

Sale of Coal Creek Station, transmission line finalized Monday

Sale of Coal Creek Station and the High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission system was completed Monday. → Read More

iMagicon returns to Minot

iMagicon is taking over Minot this weekend, and organizers say they hope it’ll be bigger than ever. → Read More

Minot 4th graders get to see their work on the silver screen

The Film Dudes are working with a Williston school on a feature length film, set to release in mid-May. → Read More