The Gol Stave Church is in the center of the Scandinavian Heritage Park which happens to be in the center of Minot. So, here are 10 things you didn't know about the giant wooden building in the middle of town. 1. The church is over 100...

During the Cold War, the United States Air Force was searching for new sites for air bases. The city of Minot convinced the Air Force that Minot was the right place for a new base. The new air base was constructed about 13 miles north of...

It's summer time, which means the Minot Visitors Center will be open longer! Starting Memorial Day, the Visitors Center will be open 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday through Friday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Saturday, and Noon to 4:00 PM on Sunday. Before...

STEAM's mission is to provide cultural enrichment to the children of the Minot area though enjoyable exciting and creative experiences. They focus on science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. Before the formation of STEAM, there were a few programs that helped them become what they are...

Life naturally slows down in winter. The days grow shorter, the light becomes scarce, and we respond by planting ourselves in front of the television. Yes, it's cold. We know. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy the beautiful outdoors until May. Minot is filled with...

Prairie Sky Breads is a local independent baking operation. Getting their start in 2014, owner, Travis, and his wife started selling their baking creations at the local Minot Farmer's Market. Now, they rent commercial space in Minot where Travis does his baking. Travis thanks his...

Let's take a relaxing trip down to Soñe Spa (sone-yay).  Soñe Spa is a holistic sanctuary for the mind and body and opened November of 2017, but the owner, Danerys, has been working as a massage therapist for over ten years. Before opening up the spa, she...

Minot has a spot that’s perfect for those who want more than just a bar. The Spot is one of Minot’s best new-additions as it is the only pool hall in town. There is just no way to be board here. Cue the list: Besides...

[caption id="attachment_6142" align="alignright" width="326"] The 10,000 square ft park opened Nov. 2016.[/caption] Minot has a hoppen new place to bounce on over to. HighAir Ground Trampoline Park is a great place for everyone to burn off some energy while having a blast (off). The park boasts 10,000...

In 1906, Minot was just 23 years old. After the creation of the Great Northern Railroad, the Magic City had sprouted up seemingly overnight and became a thriving city. Living in the boomtown was Addie Carr and her husband Dr. Andrew Carr Sr.--who was one...