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Important: Minot Area Voting & Election Information

We’ll have candidate information available for you next week (we’re assuming you’ll want to cram your election research at the last minute :)), but if you’re interested in early and absentee voting, here’s the information you need to know. What You Need to Vote North Dakota does not require voter […]


Survey: 2016 State of Minot – Part I

Take a few minutes to share your thoughts on the issues that are most important in Minot at the start of 2016.

Bank Neighbors vs. The City of Minot Heard by ND Supreme Court

The neighbors of First Western Bank who’ve filed a lawsuit against the City of Minot over the granting of parking and expansion related variances had their appeal heard by the North Dakota Supreme Court on Monday. The question: do they have the right to appeal a Planning Commission decision to […]

summary by: Josh Wolsky


Commentary: Something Suspicious is Going On With Our Beloved Pizza Corner Pizzas

Pizza Corner pizza has been a North Dakota favorite for a long time. And the previously-Valley-City owned business was recently sold to a Minnesota-base distributor. But for one pizza connoisseur, the transition isn’t tasting perfectly smooth.

summary by: Josh Wolsky


P.B.A. — The Drum Solo of All Drum Solos

Every once in a while here on The Minot Voice, we run an article, video, or story that’s truly pointless, but absolutely awesome. This drum solo qualifies perfectly. The man’s name is Lee Pearson; watch below.


New-look Minot City Council takes shape

Last night’s City Council meeting was one of transition. Several Alderman had an opportunity to make remarks on their experience and four new Alderman were seated. Joe Skurzewski with KMOT has the story.

summary by: Josh Wolsky


Minot Liquor License Regulations Claim Latest Business Casualty

The doors are locked, the lights are turned off, and all signs point to Sidekicks bar and grill being closed for good. Though the owner of the establishment has not yet been reached for comment, Rob Teets, the Charitable Gaming Manager for the Minot Hockey Boosters which previously operated the […]


Be Aware: Minot Police Warn Residents of Traffic Violation Email Scam

The Minot Police Department is warning residents to be on the lookout for an email scam telling recipients they’ve committed a traffic violation. Law enforcement agencies do not notify citizens of violations via email. The full news release on the story follows below. — Official News Release, Minot Police Department […]


Listen: Old-Ramstad School Site a Priority for Disaster Resilience Funding

In January, the City of Minot was awarded ~$74 million through the Housing and Urban Development’s National Disaster Resilience Competition. Since the award announcement, the City has been patiently awaiting federal guidance as to which parts of our competition application were funded, and as of the June 21 Park Board […]


Flood Therapy: Tell us all the ways in which the water displeased you

Yesterday, the City and local officials commemorated the 5-year anniversary of the sounding of the sirens. Back in 2011, those sirens signaled the start of the flood. Their sound lasted only a few minutes; the water stayed for weeks. And the ripples of its effect will be bouncing around Minot […]

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