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For most of us, God hasn't become our happiness. We, therefore, pray to procure things for our happiness, and not to know him better.

- Timothy Keller

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Wednesday at 11:00 PM
Winter's recent blast in our region has left behind slippery surfaces, blocked streets and walkways, and snow/ice making it hazardous for letter carriers to deliver mail and packages. Post Offices in the region are open. All available mail is sent out for delivery each day and carriers are doing their best to deliver where possible. Some delays may be unavoidable, but customers can help.

Letter carriers are advised to use good judgment when attempting to deliver to addresses where ice and snow are not cleared. They are not allowed to dismount from their vehicles to deliver when the approach to the mailbox is blocked or hazardous because of snow or ice.

Some tips:

- Customers are asked to clear enough snow from curbside boxes so the carrier may approach, deliver the mail and leave without danger or backing the vehicle.

- Walkways need to be cleared so as to allow enough traction to avoid slips, trips and falls.

- Steps – especially painted wood -- must be kept clear of ice and snow and in good repair.
Wednesday at 11:00 PM
There are several things to consider after 40 plus inches of snow falls in a month's time. Shoveling, deicing and regular maintenance are always on the top of many lists. However, the Minot Fire Department is urging homeowners to take a few more steps to ensure personal and public safety.

Those actions are as follows:

· Removing the snow from the gas meter to your house so that it is accessible in case of an emergency. The extra weight of the snow and ice that collects on the gas meter may break the meter releasing natural gas.

· Removal of snow from around your high efficiency furnace exhaust and intakes that vent through the siding.

· Ensure that you have a working carbon monoxide detectors.

· Make sure roof sewer vents are clear of snow and ice.

· Remove snow from around fire hydrants.

The Fire Department has already responded to numerous incidents involving the gas meter being sheared off or disconnected due to the weight of snow and ice. Taking a moment to clear excess snow from this area may avoid such situations.

Meanwhile, removing the snow from around high efficiency furnace vents will help prevent Carbon monoxide from being drawn into your house. In the event of a plugged furnace vent it's important to ensure that carbon monoxide detectors are working and not expired. Most detectors have an end of service life listed on the back of the detector.

When checking roof sewer vents it is recommend to be done safely from the ground. If a vent looks frozen or covered in snow, the best decision would be to contact a professional.

Finally, clearing a three foot by three foot area around a fire hydrant would allow a timely response for firefighters in the event of an actual fire.

Home owners can learn more about these tips and other safety tips at the National Fire Protection Association link on the Minot Fire Department's webpage on the City of Minot's website,
Thursday at 9:00 AM
Recent severe winter storms across the U.S. have put additional pressure on the nation's blood supply, which is already trying to recover from low donor turnout over the holidays. With heavy rain and areas of flooding in the west to high winds, record snow, avalanches and ice across large portions of the rest of the country, the number of people able to come out and give blood is significantly impacted in many parts of the country. And yet the need for blood remains.

United Blood Services has seen a decrease in donors over the past several weeks as snow and ice conditions have impacted road conditions across the region. Between No Travel Advisories and travel restrictions, people being stuck in their homes for days on end, and other weather-related issues, UBS has struggled to meet the needs of the region.

All blood types are welcome with type O-negative most urgently needed. O-negative is the universal blood type and can be given to patients of any blood type. It is often used for premature infants and in emergency situations when there is no time to type and crossmatch the patient. Hawkins said platelet donors are needed as well. Platelets are used in the treatment of patients undergoing chemotherapy. Their shelf life is very short—only 5 days—while whole blood or red cell donations can last 42 days.

Donors are encouraged to make appointments online at or by calling (877)827-4376. To see a list of donor center hours and locations, go to

Volunteer blood donors must be at least 16, weigh a minimum of 110 pounds and be in good health. Additional height/weight requirements apply to donors 22 and younger, and donors who are 16 and 17 must have signed permission from a parent or guardian. For more information, visit

Blood donation takes about an hour from check-in to refreshments. Donors can save about 20 minutes by completing their Fast Track Health History the day they donate. It's at
Thursday at 2:00 PM
A total of 6 skating rinks, 3 pleasure and 3 hockey pens, are open. (weather permitting). All rinks are supervised and located at the following sites.

Hockey/Skating Rinks & Phone #'s
Roosevelt; 619 9th St NE (852-1283) * Hockey & Pleasure Rinks
Polaris Park; 712 26th Ave NW (852-1081) * Hockey & Pleasure Rinks
Perkett; 2000 5th Ave SW * Hockey Rink only
Municipal Ball Park; 600 13th Street SE * Pleasure Rink only

When school is in session, rinks will open:
4:00-9:30pm; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
2:00-9:30pm; Saturday and Sunday
Closed - Wednesday
Friday at 6:00 PM
It's Girl Scout Cookie Time! When you buy Girl Scout Cookies, you are empowering girls to become tomorrow's leaders. The Girl Scouts are celebrating 100 years of selling cookies by introducing the new Girl Scout S'mores cookies. That's right! We're combining two iconic Girl Scout traditions—s'mores and Girl Scout Cookies! Joining legendary classics like Thin Mints and Samoas, the new Girl Scout S'mores is available now! To find a Girl Scout Cookie Booth in your area, go to
Monday at 10:30 AM
Maker Mondays, a story/activity program for independent children ages 3-6, will be held on Monday, January 23rd at 10:30 am in the Imagination Station. We will be reading stories about snowmen. For more information contact the Children's Library at 838-0606.
Monday at 7:00 PM
Hurting from separation or divorce? You don't have to go through it alone. Divorce Care Groups can help you face the challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. Divorce Care Groups meet once a week for thirteen weeks, providing insight from experts, an opportunity to talk about the challenges, and people who sincerely care about you. First meeting was Monday, January 9th. For more information visit our Facebook page at, our website at, or call us at (701) 839-1407.
Monday at 10:30 AM
Maker Mondays, a story/activity program for independent children ages 3-6, will be held on Monday, January 30th at 10:30 am in the Imagination Station. We will be reading stories about penguins. For more information contact the Children's Library at 838-0606.
Tuesday at 11:00 PM
Dakota Hope Clinic is a pregnancy help clinic at 315 S. Main St., Suite 205, Minot, ND 58701. They are participating in the 2017 Giving Hearts Day on Feb. 9th with the goal of raising funds to expand hours and services.

There are 3 ways you can participate.

1.) Send a donation prior to Feb. 1, and specify that it be used for Giving Hearts Day Match Funds.

2.) Make an online donation of $10 or more any time of the 24 hr. day on THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 by going to or and choose Dakota Hope Clinic. Tours and assistance with your online donation will be available at the Clinic Open House on Feb. 9 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

3.) Encourage others to make an online donation of $10 or more on Feb. 9th to help Dakota Hope compete for extra monetary awards. Significant monetary awards can be earned for the top fundraisers, for receiving donations from the most cities in ND and from the most cities in the USA.

Call Dakota Hope at 701-852-4675 if you have any questions.
Friday at 9:00 AM
Please join us on Friday, February 3rd from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. for Coffee with a Cop. The Minot Police Department, partnering with the Barnes and Noble Café at Dakota Square Mall (1500 10th St SW), is hosting Coffee with a Cop. This event was scheduled after the Minot Police Department participated in the first National Coffee with a Cop day this past October. Several community members who attended this event eagerly requested more Coffee with a Cop, events be scheduled. Deputies from the Ward County Sheriff's Office will also be participating in this event.

Coffee with a Cop is a law enforcement community outreach program which was started by the Hawthorne (California) Police Department in 2011 in response to tensions between the police and that community. In five years these events have been hosted in all fifty states and expanded internationally to Canada, Europe, Australia and Africa.

This event is agenda free, no speeches or specific topics; just informal conversations about what matters to community residents. This is a time for relaxed and approachable conversations focused on problem solving, all over a cup of coffee.

The Minot Police Department and community enjoy a historically cooperative relationship. Our participation in this event is intended to build upon this already excellent relationship and offer an opportunity for the community to informally connect with our officers. Additional information about the program nationwide can be found at
Monday at 6:00 PM
Needing prayer? Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, the Healing Rooms are open at Northland Harvest Church starting at 6pm-8pm. There are teams of people to pray for your needs. We are connected with International Association of Healing Rooms in Spokane, WA. Northland Harvest Church, 140 Souris Drive in Minot.
Thursday at 6:00 AM
24-Hour Online Giving starts at 12:01 a.m. and goes through 11:59 p.m. on February 9th at:

Giving Hearts Day is the most generous day of the year. Hosted by Dakota Medical Foundation, Impact Foundation and Alex Stern Family Foundation. The 2017 Minot local charities are: American Red Cross, Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, Dakota Hope Clinic, Domestic Violence Crisis Center, Habitat for Humanity Northern Lights , Minot Area Council of the Arts, & PATH.

Facebook: Minot Giving Hearts Day. Follow at:
Friday at 7:00 PM
The North Dakota Council on the Arts and the Frozen Fingers Music Association of Minot presents the Frozen Fingers Festival, Friday and Saturday, February 10-11, at the Minot Sleep Inn. The fun begins on Friday at 7pm with a salute to the memories of the Grand Ole Opry by the Frozen Fingers Members. Hors d' oeuvres will be served. The Magic Tap Cloggers and Minot Magic Squares will perform, and there will be door prizes. On Saturday enjoy a full day of music featuring the Stark family, the Moen Family, The Replacements, Acoustic Harmonies, and more. Tickets are $15 per day. The Frozen Fingers Festival at the Minot Sleep Inn, 2400 10th St. SW, February 10-11.
Thursday at 7:00 PM
Denise from Gourmet Chef will take patrons on a trip through the world of tea! She will have a variety of different teas for you to enjoy as well as paraphernalia she has at her store. We will also be showing a documentary on the history of tea. Hope to see you there on Thursday, March 9th 7 pm at the Minot Public Library. 701-852-1045

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