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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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Cameron, now 88, remembers, "How tragic that such a simple, inexpensive device had not been available for that RCAF C-47 departure from Minot, North Dakota, on that fateful day of September 15, 1946.
A journalist at the Winnipeg Free Press, Redekop details the struggle to stop the construction of two dams in Saskatchewan, Canada that were being built to protect Minot, North Dakota across the border in the US.
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But he will continue to perform in Branson, Missouri, and has a date booked for a major event in Minot, North Dakota, in 2012.
Washington, Jun 27 (ANI): American actor Josh Duhamel has revealed that he was left stunned when he heard that people actually believe squirrel is served at his Minot, North Dakota restaurant.
Steve Beutler, career counselor at Minor High School in Minot, North Dakota, created MyLife as an introduction to career exploration and planning.
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