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A city of north-central North Dakota north-northwest of Bismarck. It was founded as a railroad stop in the 1880s.
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We was off Minot's Ledge wid a northeaster, butt first, atop of us, thicker'n burgoo.
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Dr Zeni Shabani from Minot State University was elected as President-Elect.
Plans are underway to remodel the land around the Maysa Arena into a recreational area for the citizens of Minot.
Moody's Investors Service has assigned an A2 lease-revenue rating to Minot Park District, ND's $7.1 million Park Facilities Gross Revenues Bonds, Series 2016.
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, North Dakota, Muharram 22, 1436, Nov 15, 2014, SPA -- The trouble began at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota.
In 2012 Joseph Kony was an acknowledged force of evil in Uganda, and Susan Minot's riveting new novel is based on some of his actions.
Logan Teleflex--a subsidiary of Daifuku Webb Holding Company--has announced a contract worth more than $2 million with Minot International Airport in Minot, North Dakota.
Susan Minot, a novelist, short story writer, and screenwriter, weaves together the stories of a white journalist and a former African child soldier in a novel that adds depth to her earlier works (Monkeys, 1987; Evening, 2007).
A journalist at the Winnipeg Free Press, Redekop details the struggle to stop the construction of two dams in Saskatchewan, Canada that were being built to protect Minot, North Dakota across the border in the US.
with the launch of nonstop service to Minot, North Dakota.
The story ended with Winifred at the age of 92, living in Minot, North Dakota, growing violets at home, playing bridge, and reading 14 books a month from the library, and receiving help from a caregiver in the house.