NCAA Cancels Division II Fall Sports Championships

Correction: An earlier version of this story referenced Minot State sports seasons. What has been canceled are the NCAA Championships. Many questions remain for how individual conferences will respond to the situation. Minot State is a member of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference. The fall NCAA championships for Minot State University Men’s and Women’s athletics

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Public Comment on Minot Joining the Dakota Access Amicus Brief

Government — at the local, state, and federal levels — works best when those making decisions on issues hear from those who are impacted. And at a Special City Council meeting today,  the City of Minot through possible action of the Council may weigh in and speak up the ladder — into the federal court

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Cognizant donates 37-Acre North Minot Campus to Minot Public Schools, School District intends to repurpose as 9-12 High School

Minot Public Schools has announced the acquisition of 37-acres in North Minot from Cognizant. The plan is to repurpose the buildings and campus for a second high school. The School District’s full news release follows below. — Official News Release, Minot Public Schools — Minot Public School District #1, in conjunction with Cognizant, is thrilled

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City Council Agenda, April 20, 2020

Minot’s City Council will tackle a short agenda with big items on Monday, April 20, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. Among the issues headed for a decision: the downtown gathering space and a new City Hall. The full agenda can be viewed below. Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the meeting will be closed to

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Minot, Here’s your COVID-19 Response Grade

If you carry around a smart phone, chances are high that it’s tracking more about you than you realize. Most of the time that fact creeps us out, and rightly so. Our attitude towards these practices is probably shaped by the fact that historically this data has been used to sell things to us and

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First District Health Reports McHenry County’s 1st COVID-19 Case

Correction: First District Health previously attributed the case below to Ward County. They have updated their reporting to reflect the patient’s residence county as McHenry County. This case represents McHenry County’s first confirmed positive case of COVID-19. First District Health Unit has released news of a 4th positive test for COVID-19 in Ward County. The

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ND Department of Health Confirms New COVID-19 Cases Thursday, Adjusts Testing Priorities

BISMARCK, N.D. – The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDOH) today confirmed eight additional cases of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in residents from Burleigh and Morton counties. Six individuals have a history of travel and two individuals are community spread. So far in North Dakota, 508 individuals have been tested, 493 were negative, 15 are positive and 1 of the individuals is hospitalized.    Individuals who tested positive:   Morton County  Man in his 60s   Burleigh County   Woman in

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What’s it like to run 200 miles?

Ryan Wagner is an ultramarathoner and now a world record holder as a member of the team that completed the Mount Everest mail run in the fastest recorded time. He’s also from Makoti. Catch up with what it takes to make it in the world of extreme endurance athletes in the #GoodTalk Minot conversation below.

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