January 3, 2018 RSS feed / News

Marvin Windows blood drive brings in 69 volunteers

Marvin Widows hosted a blood drive with United Blood Services on Dec.12, at Marvin Widows which helped collect a total of 57 units of blood to patients in need.  More...

Sitzer named to Minto City Council

During a special meeting of Minto City Council, Minto resident Thomas Sitzer was temporarily appointed to replace councilmember Larry Jamieson while Jamieson serves as interim mayor.  More...

City Court Report

Loriann Hernandez, Grafton, harboring a dangerous animal. Defendant shall pay a $50 fine, $25 court administration fee and $25 victim assistance fee. More...

City Court Report

NOVEMBER 2017 DISPOSITIONS   More...

Darkhouse spearfishing workshop scheduled Feb. 3

Registration limited to 18 participants, minimum age 12

Individuals interested in darkhouse spearfishing can sign up for a workshop offered Feb. 3 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge office northwest of Minot.  More...

Evergreen sunrise

A growing evergreen tree surrounded by snow was illuminated by a bright winter sunrise earlier this month near Minto. The shape of leaves on evergreens allows them to conserve water, which is needed for photosynthesis. More...

Health notes

Play it safe this winter  January is National Winter Sports TBI (traumatic brain injury) Awareness Month. More...

Mountain lion season closes

Harvest limit reached in Zone 1

Mountain lion hunting during the late season in Zone 1 is closed immediately. The zone’s late-season harvest limit of either seven total cats or three females was reached this morning after the third female was taken.  More...