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Tuesday at 4:00 PM
Sisu, a Reading Education Assistance Dog, will be available for children to read to on Tuesday, September 23rd and 30th starting at 4:00 PM in the Childrens Library and continuing until 5:00 PM. Children may read for 15 minutes and it is on a first come first serve basis. For more information about the READ dog contact the Childrens Library at 838-0606.
Thursday at 2:00 PM
First Baptist Church XYZ: A Senior adult ministry for people in the 50 plus age group will meet Thursday, Sept. 25 at 2:00pm at First Baptist Church. The program will be a Holocaust Tour Report presented by Dr. Dean & Esther Redington. Refreshments will be served. First Baptist Church is located at 200 3rd St. SW. 852-4533.
Thursday at 6:00 PM
Join us for a night of fun and fellowship on Thursday, Sept. 25th, for Dakota Hope Clinic's 3rd Annual Fundraising Banquet, 6:30 pm at Sleep Inn in Minot. Event includes dinner, entertainment, and an update on the clinic! We have a comedy group, the Love Chromosome, joining us this year. Call 852-HOPE for more information.
Friday at 5:30 PM
The 13th Annual Minot High School Homecoming Parade will be held on Friday, September 26. The parade will begin at 5:30pm at Edison Elementary School and continue north on 6th St. to 11th Ave. SW. The parade will end at Duane Carlson field. The parade will consist of several Minot Public Schools bands and student organizations.
Saturday at 8:00 AM
You played it when you were a kid, and now you can play it for kids! The St Alexius Kickball Tournament, or S.A.K.T., is Saturday, September 27, from 8 am to 8 pm at Clem Kelley Softball Complex in Bismarck. Register your team today!

S.A.K.T. is a fundraising tournament to benefit infants and their families served in St. Alexius's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

Registration forms, waivers, team rosters and payment are due by September 17th. You'll find all forms by logging onto, clicking on Foundation and choosing S.A.K.T.

Don't miss out on all the fun! For more information, contact Julie Skaret at (701) 530-7054.
Saturday at 8:00 AM
Registration for the THIRST 2014 Mens Conference has officially opened. The one-day conference, which will feature Archbishop of Chicago Cardinal Francis George, OMI as the keynote presenter, will be held Saturday, Sept. 27th, 8 am to 5:30 pm at the University of Marys McDowell Activity Center. The event is free and open to men of all faith denominations. Online registration at the Bismarck Diocese website is required for a meal count and space limitations.

Other featured presenters at THIRST 2014 will include Tom Peterson, president of and Fr. Russ Kovash, pastor of the Churches of St. Joseph (Williston), St. John the Baptist (Trenton) and St. Boniface (Grenora). Time for confession and eucharistic adoration will be provided at the event, which will conclude with a Saturday Vigil Mass.
Saturday at 8:30 AM
PATH Totally Rad 80's 5K Run, Walk, or Stroll

Join us on Saturday, September 27th, at Oak Park in Minot. Race starts at 10:00am (Sign-in at 8:30am) $25 per person in advnce, $30 per person the day of the race. Register at

'Best of Minot' prize basket for best dressed. Free sunglasses & t-shirt to all participants!

PATH is a private non-profit child and family services agency. Our mission is "Families Making the Difference". PATH is raising awareness for the need of foster homes.
Saturday at 10:00 AM
The Downtown Business and Professional Association are happy to
bring the Fall Block Party to the Minot Community. The event will be held on Saturday, September 27, 2014, with the Block Party from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.

The Fall Block Party is FREE and open to the community! So bring the whole
family for a fun filled day! It will be located on the corner of 1st Street
and 1st Avenue. There will be inflatables, carnival games, Dizzy the Clown,
Face Painters, Craft and Food Vendors, musical entertainment coordinated by
Pangea House, Bingo in The Fair building, and a Historic Minot Memories
Presentation by David Lehner at the Taube Museum of Art at 2 pm.

In case of inclement weather all events will be relocated to the Minot
Municipal Auditorium. For further information contact Katie Nesdahl, Downtown Event Coordinator, 852-8874.
Saturday at 11:00 AM
The Lansford Fall Fair will be held on Saturday, September 27th, from 11 am to 2 pm at the Lansford Community Center. The annual event is sponsored by the church womens groups of Lansford and includes a Harvest of Bounty Raffle, plus a lunch of BBQs, hot dogs, pie and bars. Vendors will also be selling their products and crafts. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Saturday at 3:00 PM
Zion Lutheran Church in Minot is holding its 44th Annual Lutefisk & Meatball Dinner on Saturday, September 27th from 3-7pm at 1800 Hiawatha St. SE. The dinner is served family style and includes lefse and homemade pie. Tickets are available at the door on the day of the event. Cost is $15 for adults, $7 for children ages 6-12, and children under 6 are free. Takeout is available. For more information call the church office at 852-1872.
Sunday at 4:00 PM
St. Anthony Catholic Church of New Town invites you to their Fall Dinner on Sunday, September 28th, from 4 - 7 pm. Turkey Dinner with all the trimmings, $10.00 per plate. Orders To Go available. Raffle Prizes.
Sunday at 7:00 PM
Rose Valley Lutheran Church, rural Des Lacs, will hold their 29th Annual Craft Auction, Sunday, September 28th at 7pm. There will be homemade crafts and baked items. Pie and coffee will be served following the auction. Rose Valley Lutheran Church is 15 miles west of Minot on County Road 14 and 6 miles south.
Sunday at 11:00 PM
List of City Construction Projects for 9/15 - 9/28/14

Please note that these are the major projects within and under control of the City of Minot. Projects being completed by NDDOT, Ward County and private contractors may not be on this list. All Dates are estimates and some projects are scheduled to go beyond the date of this report. In addition, there will always be several small pockets of construction and maintenance throughout the city, so residents are urged to give themselves extra travel time during the entire construction season.

Paving contractors as well as city crews are working throughout all areas of town patching potholes and areas of broken pavement. Use caution when approaching these and any other construction projects. City sweeping crews are still in the process of street sweeping throughout the city. Use caution when approaching or passing the street sweeping equipment.

Street Sealing Project
Phase 1 work will begin on September 15th on a street sealing project in the following neighborhoods: 11th ½ Avenue SW to 16th Avenue SW between 16th Street SW and 8th Street SW. Phase 2 work will begin on September 19th for the area of 1st Street SW to 3rd Street SE between Burdick Expressway and 11th Avenue. 10th and 11th Avenues between 3rd Street SE and Hiawatha will also be done during this phase.

During the Street Sealing Project, street parking is prohibited in these areas, and vehicles may be towed. â??No Parkingâ? signs are in place or will be in place. Residents of the area will have full access, but should note that when work is taking place directly in front of driveways, they will not be able to enter or exit until the process of laying asphalt and overlay is complete. This normally takes very little time.

Traffic Signal Upgrade Project
Over the next few weeks, several intersections will be involved in a signal upgrade project. Be aware of lane closures and workers in the area. Work that requires signals to be dark will be taking place in the evening hours, so motorists are advised to use extreme caution. Stop signs will most likely be in place, but motorists are reminded that at dark intersections, state law requires all vehicles to come to a complete stop before proceeding through the intersection. . Information will be provided to media as work proceeds at specific intersections.

21st Avenue NW
Work continues on the 21st Avenue NW project. During the first portion of this project, 21st Avenue NW will be closed between 16th Street NW and 11th Street NW. The intersection of 16th Street/21st Avenue NW will be closed through the week of September 15th for paving operations. It is expected that over the next two weeks, work will primarily take place between 14th and 16th Streets in order to get asphalt placed up to the 16th Street intersection. This project is for utility improvements as well as traffic control signal going in to the 21st Avenue / 16th Street Intersection.

6th Street SW near City Hall and the Public Library
6th Street SW remains closed from Central Avenue to Burdick Expressway. This area is also closed to pedestrian traffic. Final preparations are being made to sidewalks and retaining walls in the area. Information will be provided to media as the area opens to vehicle and pedestrian traffic toward the end of September.

Burdick Expressway
Final preparations are underway to reopen Burdick Expressway at 6th Street. All lanes should be open at some point during the week of September 15th.

55th Street
55th Street SE will be closed between 11th Avenue and 16th Avenue SE for the force main gravity sewer project. This project will go through September.

16th Avenue SE
16th Avenue SE will be closed between 46th Street and 55th Street SE through September as part of the ongoing construction in the area. Watch for traffic control signs.

Downtown Minot
Work continues on the downtown parking structures, and motorists are advised to use extreme caution and be on the lookout for pedestrians. Plan for extra travel time throughout the downtown area. Detour and parking/no parking signs are in place.

37th Avenue SE
37th Avenue SE is closed from Main St to 13th Street SE. as work continues. Access for residents in the area will be maintained.

16th Street SW
16th Street SW remains closed to through traffic between 47th Avenue and 52nd Avenue. Crystal Springs access is from the south.
New and gently used coat donations are accepted at the Salvation Army, 315 Western Ave. daily through September 30th. All sizes both male and female newborn to 3X are accepted. Distribution of coats is scheduled Wednesday, October 1st at the Salvation Army 10am to 3pm. Bring identification of each child with you at the time of registration. The coat program is not limited to children only. If a family member needs a coat, they can get a coat as well. We have so many people relocating to Minot from southern states and not used to our frigid temps so our numbers are increasing. Other items distributed are hats, mittens, and scarves.

"Coats for Kids" is a wonderful program. There are many children that outgrow his or her coat or simply need a new coat and are unable to purchase one. Coats for Kids can provide that coat. We wish to thank each and every one for donating coats for the Coats for Kids program.
Tuesday at 5:00 PM
Scouts of Troop 425 want you to help "Fill Our Canoes" that will be located at the 5 Marketplace Foods Stores and also at the Congregational United Church of Christ with non-perishable food items or cash donations on Tuesday, September 30, from 5-7pm. All non-perishable food items along with any monetary donations will be given to the Minot's "Horn of Plenty" who will then purchase additional food and disburse all the food items to those in need in the Minot area. Thank you for your support.
Tuesday at 11:00 PM
Minot First Assembly of God is excited to be hosting the drop off location for Operation Christmas Child again this year.

Samaritans Purse has given over 113 million shoe boxes to children around the world who suffer from poverty, hunger, disease, abandonment and exploitation. These children not only receive a gift but are given the chance to hear the gospel.

Operation Christmas Child is looking for organizations, schools, churches and individuals to participate by packing a shoe box. You can use an empty shoe box or pick up preprinted boxes at Minot First Assembly of God.

Shoe boxes can be filled with: school supplies, paper, pencils, pens, small stuffed animal/toys, soap, toothbrush, hair accessories, etc. For more information on how to pack a shoe box go to or stop by our church and pick up some brochures.

National Collection Week is November 17-24

Filled boxes can be dropped off during National Collection Week at
Minot First Assembly of God, 1805 2nd St SE:

Monday, November 17: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tuesday, November 18: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Wednesday, November 19: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm & 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Thursday, November 20: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Friday, November 21: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, November 22: 1:00 pm to 4:00pm
Sunday, November 23: 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Monday, November 24: 9:00 am to 11:00 am

Please contact Vangie Johnson, Minot area Coordinator, with any questions at 701-720-1210.
Tuesday at 11:00 PM
Do you have Bibles lying around not being used? Bibles are needed by the millions for hungry hearts around the world. The Bible Foundation collects new and used Bibles to distribute. Bibles freely go to many places including hospitals, nursing homes, rescue missions, homeless shelters, street ministries, remote villages around the world, homes, churches, schools, bus stations, railway stations, prisons & jails, and refugee camps.

Everyone can help save Bibles from the paper recyclers and use or pass them on. If its the Bible and not gooey, it's ok to give, even parts of old Bibles. English and native language Bibles are in great demand around the world.


Bible Foundation
% GF Plant Services
1101 N. Villa Rd
PO Box 908
Newberg, OR 97132-0908


A pastor in Kenya, East Africa says that there are many people in the area that need English Bibles but most of them are so poor they can not buy one or even decent clothes.

A minister in Zambia wrote that thousands of people are responding in their crusades but they don't have Bibles. They want as many English Bibles as possible.

The president of a work in Trinidad and Tobago said they minister in Junior Colleges and hold seminars in churches. For a year and a half they have been trying to find American sources of used Bibles and want at least 200.

A thirteen year old boy with Muslim parents became a Christian and asked for a Bible and prayer that his parents may be delivered from the power of darkness.

A Ghana man shot his wife and her lover dead and was sentenced to death and became a Christian and was miraculously saved from the death squad. He wrote from prison asking for a Bible.

The pastor of a large work in Malawi wrote that thousands of people are asking for Scripture and he pleads for Bibles for them.

A young Ghana man wrote "I am on my knee's begging you to send me one of your Bibles."

A man in Tanzania said English is common and Bibles are needed.

A ministry in Nepal wrote and requested Bibles, saying the new generation would rather read the Bible in English.

A lady in the Philippines wrote that the Cebuano people are hungry for the word of God but most can't afford to purchase a Bible.
Tuesday at 11:00 PM
Volunteers are needed statewide to provide free tax assistance and preparation for people with low-to-moderate income through the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program. Last year, 119 North Dakota Tax-Aide volunteers helped more than 8,000 people file their federal and state tax returns at 11 locations.

Lack of experience shouldn't stop anyone from volunteering. Volunteers do not need tax preparation experience because they receive comprehensive IRS training on tax forms and software at no cost. Instead, potential volunteers should have computer skills, enjoy meeting people and working with other volunteers, and be able to commit at least four hours a week from February 1-April 15. Schedules are flexible to accommodate winter vacations and other needs.

Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome. You dont need to be an AARP member or be retired to volunteer. For more information on becoming a Tax-Aide volunteer, call Doreen Riedman at AARP North Dakota toll-free at 866-554-5383, or go to

AARP Tax-Aide, the nations largest volunteer-run tax preparation and assistance service, is offered in conjunction with the IRS.
Tuesday at 11:00 PM
Right now, all around the world, brave men and women are standing guard; so that we can enjoy the freedoms and liberties of this great country. This is your chance to say thank you. HeroBox is a nonprofit organization that supports deployed American soldiers by providing them with the items the need and want while away from home. To learn how you can get involved and make a real difference in the lives of our Heroes, visit our website at
Friday at 9:00 AM
Missions Conference 2014, sponsored by STEER, Inc., is being held on October 3rd and 4th, 2014, at the Ramkota Hotel, Bismarck, North Dakota.

Some of the highlights of this event include: Jeff Kemp, Friday Menâ??s Luncheon Speaker, former NFL Quarterback and Vice-President of Family Life; Friday Ladiesâ?? Luncheon Speaker and Festival of Missions speaker, Libby Small, aid worker to Afghanistan; and a Saturday evening banquet featuring Steve Douglass, current President of Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ).

The public is cordially invited to attend. Currently, people from 23 states and Canada have committed to attend this conference. To purchase tickets for the meals, to receive a program, or for more information call the STEER office at (701) 258 4911, email, or visit the website
Tuesday at 11:00 PM
The Minot Fire Department will begin testing fire hydrants starting on Tuesday, July 1st. The program will consist of the inspection and flowing of fire hydrants in the City of Minot. National fire standards recommend that this program be done to check for proper operations of fire hydrants along with insuring an adequate water supply to fight fires. These flow tests will be done only on Tuesday mornings (8:30am-12:00pm) from July 1 through October.

Most fire hydrants do not get used regularly. The program goals are to identify problems and have them corrected by the Water Department, ultimately saving the fire department valuable time during a fire. Some of the more common problems found have been hydrant valves that don't operate, caps that don't come off, inadequate water pressure or possible broken lines.

Why should you be notified of this program?

When fire hydrants are flowed, iron deposits in the water lines get stirred up. This can cause a brown discoloration to the water in that area. This condition is only temporary and will correct itself in a number of hours. So on Tuesdays, we recommend that you flow your cold water to determine if there is any discoloration, before using it. While the water is still safe to drink and cook with, we recommend NOT washing any white clothes on Tuesday mornings, but if you do be sure and check your water first before doing so.

What to do?

If your water is discolored, it will clear up on its own under normal usage over a period of time. Run your cold water to check to see if it's cleared up. (It is also best to limit the use of your hot water until it's clear, as this will keep the iron deposits from going into your hot water heater.)
The long-term benefits of this program for the City of Minot:

1) Knowing that your fire hydrant has been tested and is in good operational condition if the
fire department would ever need it.

2) Annual flows will reduce and ultimately remove the iron deposits in our water lines.

3) Improve the overall quality of our water system.

There will be at least three different fire crews doing these tests on Tuesday mornings, again starting in July and going until October. Because of problems they might run into while doing these tests, we may be moving to different areas of town daily. All residents in or around the testing areas should check the clarity of their water on Tuesdays prior to washing laundry.

The Minot Daily News will release the locations of the areas being flowed each week and they will also be listed on the City of Minot web site:

If you have any questions, please contact the Minot Water Department at 857-4150 or the Minot Fire Department at 857-4740.

Battalion Chief Dean Lenertz, Minot Fire Department
Friday at 2:00 PM
The Minot Senior Coalition presents The Harvest Ball, Friday, October 10th, from 2:00pm - 4:00pm at the KC Club. Dance with Judy's Fun Time Band and enjoy a piece of pie and coffee. You'll also have a chance to win some door prizes. The cost is $5. No reservations needed.
Saturday at 4:30 PM
The Bismarck Parkinsons Support Group invites you to a free Community Forum on Saturday, October 11th, 4:30 pm at the Missouri Valley YMCA. Speaker will be Dr John Ahlskog from Mayo Clinic. He is a leading authority on Parkinson Disease management and has written The
Parkinson Disease Management Handbook. For more information call Sara at 701-400-8167.
Sunday at 8:00 AM
The Burlington Fire Department will be holding their Annual Pancake Breakfast and Silent Auction, Sunday, October 12, from 8:00am to 1:00pm at the Burlington Fire Station. There will be many valuable prizes to bid on at the Silent Auction held during the Pancake Breakfast. A free will offering will be taken. All proceeds will be used to update our Firefighting equipment. Please bring your whole family for pancakes and sausage and take a tour of the Fire Station and equipment and see what we have been doing in the last year.
Sunday at 11:30 AM
Hope Congregational Church in Granville will be having their annual Fall Dinner and Bazaar/Bake Sale on Sunday, October 12, from 11:30am to 1:30pm. On the menu: roast pork, mashed potatoes & gravy, glazed carrots, coleslaw, buns, pickles, and apple or pumpkin pie. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for youth ages 6-12, free for youth under age 6. Bazaar and Bake Sale items include: Rada cutlery, baked items, garden produce, canned pickles, jams and jellies, craft items and "next to new" items. Everyone is welcome.
Wednesday at 7:00 PM
John Kilpatrick Revival & Music Ministry by Paul Cooper will be held at Eagles Wings Community Fellowship, 101 - 16th Street SW in Minot on Wednesday - Friday, October 15th,16th & 17th from 7:00pm - 9:00pm. For more information call 839-9979.
Thursday at 6:00 PM
Matt Wetenkamp (WWP North Dakota Outreach Coordinator) will be hosting a Dinner/Meet & Greet at Sakura Japanese Steakhouse in Minot on Thursday, Oct 16th, at 6 pm. WWP Alumni RSVP through The Post (WWP weekly email newsletter) Non-alumni RSVP through John Crosby @ (701) 340-3130 (Leave a message)

All WWP Alumni are encouraged to attend, as well as any Post-9/11 Veterans interested in learning about WWP programs & services.
Sunday at 5:30 PM
October Chili Fest will be held at Southside Church of the Nazarene on Sunday, October 19th, at 5:30pm, with a free will offering. At 7:00pm Gregory Hager will be in concert at the Church, Gregory is a country western gospel singer, musician, and songwriter. He sings songs about life, love, living and Faith. He has performed in Medora as well as several other concerts. He was nominated three times as the western music Artist of the Year! You won't want to miss this one, bring your friends and family for an evening of inspiration and fellowship! Southside is located at 2220 24th Ave SE in Minot. For more information call 852-0684.
Friday at 5:00 PM
The North Dakota Council on the Arts invites artists and crafts people to provide handmade ornaments for the North Dakota State Christmas Tree. The tree will be on display in the Memorial Hall of the State Capitol, and Governor Jack and First Lady Betsy Dalrymple will participate in a lighting of the tree ceremony, scheduled for Monday, December 8th, at 5:00 pm.

Submitted ornaments can vary from traditional to contemporary arts. Items that are commercially produced or made from kits are not eligible. This is a great art project for elementary classes, Scout troops, 4-H clubs, residents of assisted living center, as well as a great family project. This yearâ??s motif is round/ball ornaments, but ornaments can also be of any medium of the designerâ??s choosing.

Each ornament should include the name of the person entering it, and a brief one or two line description of the ornament that includes the art form used, the special circumstances through which it was created, such as a class or senior center project. A descriptive listing will be available at the ceremony and will be mailed to everyone who submits an ornament.

Ornaments must be received in the NDCA office no later than Friday, November 14th. The ornaments become the property of the NDCA, and may be hung on the state tree in ensuing years. Mail ornaments to: NDCA, 1600 E. Century Ave., Suite 6, Bismarck, ND 58503-0649.

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