November 23, 2022

Minot AFB Airmen Become U.S. Citizens

MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. —Airman 1st Class Jarious George from the 5th Force Support Squadron, Airman 1st Class Kojo Affainie and Airman Constanza De […]
October 28, 2022

Bully Vigilance 22

October 28, 2022

Airman’s Attic Volunteer Recognized by American Red Cross

On Thursday, October 20th, four members of the Chapter of Red Cross serving North Dakota made a special visit to the Minot Air Force Base Airman’s Attic. The team made the trek to honor and show support for one of their most loyal and hardworking volunteers, Ana Charles, as well as to discover the unique […]

October 28, 2022

Minot isn’t Minot without the Base

Brekka Kramer, the Minot Area Chamber Economic Development Corporation (EDC) President/CEO, is a person who cares about her community and the base relationship immensely. She shared that the City of Minot and the area realize just how important Minot Air Force Base is to their town, and one of their main goals is to support […]

October 28, 2022

Enhanced patient options celebrated during National Pharmacy Week

During National Pharmacy Week, Minot AFB recognized the invaluable contributions pharmacists and technicians make to patient care. Introducing your Pharmacy team and two new initiatives they have to connect the needs of their patients with the pharmaceutical industry! ScriptCenter LockerLocated in the AAFES BX, the 5 MDG Pharmacy’s ScriptCenter offers a new secure, convenient, and […]

October 28, 2022

Team Minot Observes Hispanic Heritage Month

MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D — Col. Daniel S. Hoadley, 5th Bomb Wing commander, gave remarks during a Hispanic Heritage Month closing ceremony, Oct. 14, 2022.During Hispanic Heritage Month, from Sept. 15th to Oct. 15th, Team Minot celebrated the history and culture of the U.S. Latinx and Hispanic communities. “Team Minot’s Hispanic Allies Committee does […]

October 28, 2022

A View From Our Side: Chanhassen, Just Down The Road

As a lifestyle reporter I am in constant search of those extraordinary events, and my recent trip to Minneapolis and Chanhassen Dinner Theater gave me a chance to see their production of Footloose. You can consider Chanhassen a part of the twin cities, but it is really a small town located on the Southeast corner […]

October 28, 2022

She’s Not From Around Here: Cold is Relative

When you find out you’re moving to Minot, the first thing you wonder about is the cold. When you move to Minot the first thing you’ll think about is the cold. When you tell someone you live in Minot, the first thing they ask about is the cold.Yes, there’s more to North Dakota than cold […]

October 28, 2022

Upside Down Under: North Dakota’s Omega Tower…

Most of us know about LaMoure because we’ve either been there or we’re familiar with Loboes sports teams, namely football and volleyball, in recent state tournaments. LaMoure is just like any other small-town county seat in North Dakota. Its economy is based on farming. In fact, R.D. Offutt, synonymous with John Deere, got its start […]

October 28, 2022

Night at the Museum

On the evening of October 22, I went to the final fundraiser of the year at the Dakota Territory Air Museum. As I was talking to this ‘Army Air Corps bomber pilot’ (who looked a lot like Ike Eisenhower, I thought), someone asked if they could take our photograph. Because the costume for the evening […]

November 23, 2022

Jr. Journalism Program: Never Forget a Friend – Lil’ Vendors Farmers Market

Wow, it’s Saturday, I’m selling at the Farmers Market! “Laurel, we need to pack up all of your bracelets. It’ll also be cold, so you need to bring your hoody.” Mommy said. I grabbed all the bracelets and my board. Quickly, I put on my jump suit and an extra layer of pants underneath since […]

October 21, 2022

Domestic Violence and What to Do About It

October focuses on awareness of several issues, illnesses or causes that affect people and require specific attention. Specifically, this month brings targeted awareness to domestic violence in the hope of showing victims a way out, communicating that they are not alone and reiterating the array of helping agencies available to them. One Minot Air Force […]

October 21, 2022

A Lot Of Home Cooking…

Steve & Heidi Lindsay Open Jamaican Vybz Kitchen Walk up to Steve Lindsay and ask him where he learned to cook the entrées at Jamaican Vybz, and he answers, “my Mom”. Turn to Heidi Lindsay, Steve’s wife, and partner in Jamaican Vybz, and ask her the same question, where did you learn to make kneophla […]

October 21, 2022

Robo Dogs Impress at MAC Lunch

They arrived fashionably late, but when the Robo Dogs, as they are commonly referred to, arrived at the October 6, Military Affairs Committee meeting, they certainly stole the show. The robots, justly named Chappie and Atom, they put on quite a performance for those in attendance. A buzz went through the crowd when Tech Sgt […]

October 21, 2022

We’ve Got the Dish, Meet the Minot Hot Tots

Minot Northwoods League Team reveals their official team name and logo MINOT, ND – The new Northwoods League expansion team hosted a public event on Thursday, October 20, at Corbett Field to announce their official team name. The Magic City has spoken, and after beating out the other 4 finalists, The Minot Hot Tots will […]

October 21, 2022

A View From Our Side: Memories From When I Was A Kid

Staring out the window at my front yard, I see the ground covered with leaves from the once small ash tree that during the summer provides a great amount of shade for our home. I love the colors of fall, until they are all over my lawn. I take a deep breath and convince myself […]

October 21, 2022

She’s Not From Around Here: The Honor Code

I’ve never been robbed. Not really. There have been two instances in which something of mine was stolen. They are as follows: Once, at a pumpkin patch in Delaware, I painted a small pumpkin that came complimentary with each corn maze admission. I brushed on minimalistic black and white stripes, then let it dry on […]

October 21, 2022

Upside Down Under: A model of cooperation…

In recent years there’s been a lot of bickering about the dumbest things often resulting in long-term animosity among co-workers, married couples, friends and even students. Believe it or not, there are people, in North Dakota, who will argue with you about what kind of tires you should put on your vehicle or whether Italian […]

October 14, 2022

Where are the Airplanes Going?

While living and working on an Air Force base, people get used to seeing planes zoom overhead and hearing the sounds of engines roaring in the early mornings. But this week patrons of the base were greeted with airplanes not in the sky, but rolling down Missile Ave on cranes and convoys. Some of the […]

October 14, 2022

Together With Veterans Introduces New Program

Although it was purely coincidental, on September 11th of 2021, the Together With Veterans organization held a social event at Oak Park in Minot and according to organizer Randy McDonald, “we had around 200 people attend, and we had a great time.” The event was held to get the ball rolling on a local Together […]

October 14, 2022

Discovery Center Lights Up the Night Sky

On the evening of Monday, October 10 at 7:56 p.m., the Magic City Discovery Center staff and community gathered on the North Hill to celebrate the facility’s much-anticipated building completion by switching on the lights for the first time. The Discovery Center has been in the works since the idea first came up in 2013, […]