What began as an ordinary pumpkin patch has become a labor of love for a Voss, N.D. family. The patch has become the core of a fundraiser called “Pumpkins for Pat.” The campaign is named for Pat Mach, 42, of Minto, N.D., who was killed in a snowmobile accident in February.
A family-owned potato processing plant in Minto, N.D., was completely destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon. The blaze initially produced a lot of smoke, and became unmanageable after firefighters arrived, according to David Gerzewski, chief of the Minto Volunteer Fire Department.
From Interstate 29, you can see the steeple of St. Stanislaus Catholic Church. But unless you drive into the village of Warsaw near Minto, N.D., you do not hear the bells that ring from the steeple three times a day and before the 10:30 Mass on Sundays.
The 25th annual Bologna Cook-Off in Minto, N.D., will celebrate a quarter century of bologna today, beginning with a live radio broadcast this morning and cooking, sampling of judging of bologna plus games, music and dancing in the Minto Community Center.
Slominski will stay as interim manager Gavilon Grain, LLC, which does business as Peavey Company, announced Tuesday it has bought Minto (N.D.) Grain, LLC, from the couple who has owned it for 12 years.
Clayton Jarolimek’s injuries are serious, but not ‘life-threatening,’ mother says
A U.S. Marine from Minto, N.D., was injured Monday by an improvised explosive device, or IED, while on a foot patrol in Afghanistan.
An elderly Minto, N.D., man was killed Sunday afternoon in a two-car crash north of Grand Forks on North Washington Street where it runs under Interstate 29. In a separate accident, a 15-year-old boy died when his minibike and a car collided near Hoople, N.D.
The North Dakota Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of a district court judgment against a Minto, N.D., family in a long-running and bitter feud between them and the family that owns the local grain elevator.
A Grand Forks man has been sentenced for burglarizing Walsh County, N.D., farmsteads and stealing a cash machine from a convenience store in Minto,, N.D. Gregory Nordrum was ordered to spend two years behind bars and three years on supervised probation. He also was ordered to pay restitution and $1,100 in fines and fees. The amount of restitution will be determined later.
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