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Minot

(mī`nät), city (1990 pop. 34,544), seat of Ward co., NW N.Dak., on the Souris River; inc. 1887. It is a commercial and transportation center for an extensive agricultural, lignite-mining, and oil-producing region. Manufactures include building materials, petroleum compounds, and farm machinery. Minot State Univ. and a state agricultural experiment station are there. Nearby is Minot Air Force Base. Points of interest include the Theodore Roosevelt Park and Zoo and a nearby wildlife refuge.
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He received his bachelor's degree in business administration from Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota, and his master's degree in management and organizational development from United States International University in San Diego.
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Floodwaters pouring out of the Souris River have already submerged homes and forced around 12,000 residents to flee as officials continued fortifying levees in Minot, North Dakota.
President Lepp convened the annual business meeting at Minot State University in Minot, North Dakota on April 23, 2010 at 4:10 PM.
Service will be introduced to Denver from three new cities: Anchorage, Alaska; Traverse City, Michigan; and Minot, North Dakota.
Champion Home Builders, a leading manufacturer of modular homes for residences and buildings for government and commercial applications, in partnership with Genco Bakken Development Group, LLC a North Dakota-based developer of planned communities, has broken ground at Northern Lights, the first master-planned community to be developed in Minot, North Dakota.
The mayor of Minot, North Dakota told 11,000 of the town's residents to pack up their belongings and move to higher ground as a deluge from the Souris River threatened to inundate the town.
United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAUA) reported on Monday that it is launching a new service between Denver and Minot, North Dakota, on 9 June 2010.