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Project Bee to hold “Shelterpalooza” volunteering event

MINOT, N.D. (KMOT) - Project Bee announced its first annual “Shelterpalooza” Day of Volunteering. They are currently preparing for the second season of the Winter Warming Center. “Especially here when it gets cold and you really need some help or really need some diapers or anything that’s not...

Baby & Me, Tobacco Free at First District Health Unit

MINOT, N.D. (KXNET) — Maternal tobacco use is an important public health issue that impacts the health of mom and baby. One in 14 women in the nation has reported using tobacco during pregnancy, according to the CDC. First District Health Unit in Minot is now working to lower...

Nedrose football seeing consistent improvement entering sixth full season

MINOT, N.D. (KMOT) - Six years ago, Nedrose football defeated Berthold, 6-0, for the Cardinals’ first win in program history. They finished the season 1-7. Since, the Cardinals have made the playoffs three times and notched the team’s first winning season in 2021. “I’ve been with the program...

Minot leaders hold public safety Q&A

MINOT, N.D. (KMOT) - Minot city leaders are hosting a series of online Q and A sessions to walk through items on the city budget. The first session focused on public safety in the city of Minot, which takes up about half the budget. On the police side they mentioned the importance of improving community outreach.

First District Health Unit encouraging vaccination as school year nears

MINOT, N.D. (KMOT) - First District Health Unit is raising awareness for vaccination in the weeks leading up to the school year. They bring up that school is more close quarters than the kids had over the summer so it’s important to take precautions to prevent the diseases that we have vaccines for.

Des Lacs-Burlington girls golf team returns three state qualifiers from 2021

DES LACS, N.D. (KMOT) - The DLB girls golf team returns three state qualifiers from last season after a tenth-place finish. After winning the region individual title, then-junior Lauryn Keller led all Lakers at state, finishing tied for third. Now in her final season of high school golf, Lauryn is...

Man struck and killed by SUV near Minot, victim identified

MINOT, N.D. (KFGO) – A man was killed while walking along a highway south of Minot shortly after 10 Sunday night. The State Patrol says the man was walking in the middle of the left lane on U.S. Highway 83 when he was struck by an SUV headed in the same direction and the driver was unable to avoid hitting him.

Fatal Pedestrian Crash in Ward County

Ward County, ND (KEYZ) A Plentywood, Montana man was killed Sunday, August 7, 2022 after being struck by a car seven miles south of Minot in Ward County. The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports 36-year-old Ryne Darvis was walking in the middle of the left lane of U.S. Highway 83 around 10:10 p.m. when he was struck by a vehicle driven by 58-year-old Yvonne Wollemann from Watford City.

Minot Pollinator Project creating habitat on city’s lone roundabout

MINOT, N.D. (KMOT) - The Minot Pollinator Project has planted five pollinator gardens in different locations across town. The goal is to provide a much-needed habitat for pollinating insects in the community. Organizers with the project are working with Minot Park District and Lowe’s Garden Center to care for the...

Main Street Minute: Plato’s Closet arrives in Minot

MINOT, N.D. (KMOT) – The Magic City has welcomed a new unique clothing business. Plato’s Closet just opened, though they are only taking orders to sell currently. They let you bring in your lightly worn clothing and Plato’s employees will inspect the clothing and make an offer.

Football: DLB hoping to build off playoff experience

Another playoff team hoping to get back to the post season is Des Lacs/Burlington. The Lakers 2021 season came to a close in the quarterfinals with a loss to Bowman County. DLB has plenty of talent to replenish from last year’s squad, as the team hopes the younger players can use last season’s playoff experience […]

Carmen Simone Selected to Lead Dakota State College in Bottineau, North Dakota

Carmen Simone was appointed to lead Dakota State College in Bottineau, North Dakota. Founded in 1906 as the North Dakota School of Forestry, Dakota State College at Bottineau is now an affiliate campus of Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota. The university President oversees operations at both sites. The leader of the affiliated college is given the title of campus dean.