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City of Minot: Capital Improvement Updates

Surrounding the MARC discussion, there have been lots of questions about where the City of Minot is at regarding several big, capital improvement projects. The biggest item in our future is flood protection, and The Minot Voice have an update on that next week, but recently […]


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Editorial: Celebrating 50 years, planning for another 50

The North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department is celebrating 50 years this summer. It’s a great opportunity to get out and enjoy the terrific parks being managed by the state of North Dakota.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

American Culture: The Cult of Healthy Eating

If you want to know why should ignore just about everything you read in the media about nutrition and diet, you should probably read this article in the media about nutrition and diet — and not ignore it.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Bismarck: Construction Expected to Remain Strong in 2015

In the Bismarck-Mandan area, the pace of construction has eased a bit from the torrid pace of a few years ago, but the growth is still there.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

Who Invented the Piano? And Why was he Forgotten?

For an instrument so common, the inventor is a somewhat unheralded fellow. It turns out the piano has a more than 300-year history; get the rest of the story from VOX.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

North Dakota Trying to Crack Down on Littering on Missouri River

State officials are working to keep glass and litter out of the Missouri River and off the beaches. One of their tools — a $250 fine. And at that price, it probably makes sense to avoid glass and bring a garbage bag.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

ND Cowboy Hall of Fame Reveals Two New Exhibits

A long time rodeo clown and a bareback rider are featured among the new exhibits at the Medora attraction.

summary by: Josh Wolsky


Editorial: The Supper Clubs Are Not the Issue

If you caught our editorial last month — Let’s Raise a Glass to Less Liquor Regulation, you probably gathered we’re not fans of the recommendations coming out of Minot’s Liquor and Gambling Committee. (if you’re not sure what this issue is all about, catch up quick with […]

1st Annual ND Brewers Fest at Fair Grounds

North Dakota breweries and home brewers were all gathered together yesterday at the North Dakota State Fair Center to offer up a taste and share their passion for beer and brewing. It was the first of what seems likely to become an annual event.

summary by: Josh Wolsky

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