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  Minot Air Force Base - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. In 1917 the world was in chaos.
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana military retirees and their spouses are invited to attend Retiree Appreciation Day July 6.
MINOT AIR FORCE BASE, N.D. -- The 5th Bomb Wing's new commander, who took command June 5, recently took time to discuss his priorities, what it's like to be back at Minot AFB and the Team Minot spirit.
www.minot.af.mil   (686 words)

  Minot, North Dakota - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Minot is the fourth largest city in the state and is the trading centre of a large portion of northern North Dakota, southeastern Saskatchewan, and southwestern Manitoba.
Minot was a typical western boom town in its early years, with its share of vice and lawlessness.
Minot voters decided in 1998 to levy a 1% sales tax to go towards the construction of NAWS; it is alleged by some that this tax fund was partially diverted towards economic development purposes.
wikipedia.lotsofinformation.com /wiki/index.php/Minot,_North_Dakota   (2673 words)

 Minot, North Dakota (Cities)
Minot, pronounced "MYNOT", is located in northwestern North Dakota in Ward County about 60 miles south of the Canadian border.
Minot was settled in 1885 as the Great Northern Railway advanced across the prairie.
Minot Air Force Base, activated in 1957 and home of the 5th Bomb Wing and the 91st Space Wing, is one of the area's largest employers.
www.ohwy.com /nd/m/minot.htm   (178 words)

 Minot's Ledge Light   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Minot's Ledge is known as the "I love you" light, named for its 1-4-3 flashing pattern.
What followed was one of the Lighthouse Board's most impressive engineering feats, as "3514 tons of Quincy granite were hewn into 1079 dovetailed blocks." The stones were cut and preassembled on land, then transfered to the ledge for the dangerous 5-year task of raising the new 114-foot lighthouse.
On shore, near Cohasset, is a replica of Minot's lantern, which stands at the spot where the tower's blocks were assembled, and near the keeper's house, which is now a private club.
lighthousegetaway.com /lights/minot.html   (190 words)

 Minot's Ledge Light History
The first Minot's Ledge Lighthouse was built for about $39,000 between 1847 and 1850, and was lighted for the first time on January 1, 1850.
In 1894, Minot's was given a new optic and a distinctive characteristic 1-4-3 flash.
An attempt to steal the fog bell from Minot's Light was thwarted, and the bell was subsequently acquired by the Cohasset Historical Society.
www.lighthouse.cc /minots/history.html   (2614 words)

 Powells.com Interviews - Susan Minot
Evening, Minot's previous novel, offered readers the vision of a dying woman's romantic life as reconstructed from a sickbed through her sprawling morphine dreams.
Minot: A lot of readers want characters to behave in a responsible way or they want to understand the characters' dilemma and act, in a way, on their behalf.
Minot: A mutual friend of mine and Bernardo Bertolucci's, a writer named Fernanda Eberstadt, was working on a profile of him for the New Yorker.
www.powells.com /authors/minot.html   (2425 words)

 Susan Minot
Her third book, Folly, set in the twenties and thirties in Boston, is a novel about a woman from a stifling Brahmin background whose choice of a husband is the determining factor in her life, and about the two different men she falls in love with.
The challenge Minot set for herself was to write about a place and society which had always disturbed her and to try to imagine how a woman could stay in that world.
In l994 she was contacted by the director Bernardo Bertolucci with the idea of developing his idea for a screenplay about a young American girl visiting English expatriate artists living in Tuscany and having a "sentimental education." She had always been interested in cinema as a student and moviegoer.
www.randomhouse.com /vintage/read/evening/minot.html   (475 words)

 George R. Minot - Biography
Minot early became, when he was a medical student, interested in the disorders of the blood with which his name is associated and he published during his life many papers on this and other subjects.
Subsequently, Minot, in collaboration with Edwin J. Cohn, extended this work by showing the efficacy of certain fractions of liver substance and he demonstrated the value of reticulocyte reactions in the evaluation of therapeutic procedures.
Minot was member or fellow of numerous medical and allied organizations in his own country and abroad, and served as Editor of several medical publications.
nobelprize.org /medicine/laureates/1934/minot-bio.html   (692 words)

 Minot - Wikitravel
Minot is a city in Ward County, in north central North Dakota with about 37 000 people.
Minot is a rather unusual city, though possessing levels of services similar to much larger cities, it struggles between small-town and cosmopolitan attitudes.
Minot is one of three layovers between the Twin Cities and Spokane, as it is a refueling stop.
wikitravel.org /en/article/Minot   (1657 words)

 City of Minot | HOME
Minot is a “micropolitan” city that approximately 37,000 people proudly call their home.
Minot, also known as the "Magic City", is a precious jewel of the Dakotas that proudly holds two scepters of the US Air Force’s prowess wings: The 5th Bomb Wing and The 91st Space Wing.
Minot Air Force Base is located 12 miles north of Minot.
web.ci.minot.nd.us   (200 words)

 Susan Minot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Born in Manchester, Massachusetts in 1956, Susan Minot attended Brown University where she majored in creative writing.
Minot's first book, Monkeys, was published in 1986 and was soon translated into 12 languages.
Minot has stepped into a more public spotlight by writing the screenplay for Bernardo Bertolucci's 1996 film STEALING BEAUTY.
www.artstomp.com /echo/minot.html   (223 words)

 Clear Channel - Single Voice in Minot
And through a quirk in the rules governing radio concentration, it owns all six commercial stations in Minot, the state's fourth-largest city, with a population nearing 37,000.
Local officials now acknowledge that may have been true, but the event seems to have crystalized a sense of anxiety here and elsewhere over Clear Channel's grip on Minot and many other small cities and towns around the country, where the effects of consolidation can be disproportionately felt.
Clear Channel says the consolidated ownership has been good for the Minot stations and listeners, as it has been for troubled stations across the country.
www.msb.edu /faculty/homak/HomaHelpSite/WebHelp/Clear_Channel_-_Single_Voice_in_Minot.htm   (1295 words)

 Minot AFB - United States Nuclear Forces
As Minot's mission changed, the SAGE center was deactivated in May 1963 and eventually housed numerous base agencies.
Minot became a Strategic Air Command base on July 1, 1962, pending the imminent activation of Minuteman I-B missile launchers.
Ten miles of divided highway separate Minot, the base, from Minot, the town, population 37,000.
www.globalsecurity.org /wmd/facility/minot.htm   (946 words)

 Minot on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Minot State Univ. and a state agricultural experiment station are there.
Minot family medicine residency program earns five years accreditation, longest term possible, after external review.
Minot, North Dakota native Dale Brown coached for 25 years at Louisiana State University.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/M/Minot.asp   (548 words)

 The Poems of Laurence Minot 1333-1352: Introduction
The eleven extant poems attributed to Laurence Minot celebrate a sequence of English victories on the Scottish border and on the continent between 1333, the Battle of Halidon Hill, and the surrender of the French town of Guînes in 1352.
Had Minot come to the court or the army under such circumstances, we might well expect an occasional complimentary gesture toward his patron, especially since it was at the Battle of CrÙcy that the Prince's courage and chivalry first won him universal acclaim.
It should be observed that half of the collocations shared between Minot's poems and the rhyming romances also occur in the York plays and the lyrics; in all, one hundred thirty-one of the one hundred fifty-seven recurring alliterative phrases (83%) are to be found in the plays and the lyrics.
www.lib.rochester.edu /camelot/teams/minotint.htm   (7866 words)

 Web Design, Software & Database Development Specialist in CT, MA, RI, NY, NH. Minot Technologies
minot is selected to develop the LeaseSmith commercial tenant's lease adminisration software package.
minot's pro-bono website for American Heart's Vinosa Fundraiser went live today and receives over 10,000 hits in it's first week.
minot is pleased to announce the selection of American Heart Assoication's Vinosa Fundraising Event as their pro-bono recipient for 2005.
www.minot-tech.com   (163 words)

 Minot State University - Men's Basketball
Minot State University's Courtney Haley was named to the 2005 NAIA Division II men's basketball All-American team.
Minot State University's Jeremy Feller said Si Tanka-Huron's play was a "wake-up call." If there was a wake-up call, the Beavers, like most college students, must have hit snooze once.
The Minot State University men's basketball team used an 11-2 run late in the fourth quarter to top Presentation College 84-75 here Sunday in college action.
www.misu.nodak.edu /mbasketball   (1891 words)

 Bold Type: Susan Minot
That Susan Minot can capture it so flawlessly in Evening is clear evidence of her ability to strike at powerful emotional truths.
That she can do so through the lens of a woman on her deathbed looking back forty years to the lost love of her life is proof of Minot's incredible talent.
Blurring the lines between past and present, reality and fantasy, Minot brilliantly envisions and recreates the feeling of slipping away, and moving toward a remarkable and uplifting end of life.
www.randomhouse.com /boldtype/1098/minot   (276 words)

 Minot Dentists & Dental Insurance @ Dental Plans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
With the most dentists in combined networks anywhere, several Minot dentists and dental plans may be available in your area (find Minot dental plans).
Each participating Minot dentist charges plan members according to an established "discounted fee schedule." Services include teeth whitening, dentures, gum surgery, implant dentistry, laser dentistry, and many more.
If you are in need of specialty work from Minot general dentists, Minot cosmetic dentists, Minot family dentists, holistic dentists, Minot oral surgeons, or Minot pediatric dentists, participating Minot dentists are available for each dental plan.
static.dentalplans.com /northdakota/minot   (401 words)

 AllRefer.com - George Richards Minot (Medicine, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - George Richards Minot (Medicine, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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 Minot News
Supporters of a proposed $50 million biodiesel manufacturing plant in Minot, N.D., are looking for new investors, after European backers withdrew from the project.
Floren is the accordion player who entertained generations of T-V viewers on ``The Lawrence Welk Show.'' He died of cancer in July at the age of 85.
A woman and her husband are accused of theft and abuse or neglect of her elderly parents.
www.topix.net /city/minot-nd   (1086 words)

 Senator Tom Seymour ND State Senator District 5, Minot
He is a native of Cavalier, North Dakota and he has been very active in Minot and North Dakota activities.
The Minot Chamber of Commerce awarded the Distinguished Professor Award to Professor Seymour in 1989; he is a Consultant/Evaluator and Team Chair for the North Central Association, past-president of the International Association for Computer Information Systems, and a member of the SRT Communications, Inc. Board of Directors.
Tom is a member of the City and County Planning Commissions, a member of the Burdick Job Corps Community Relations Committee and a member of the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Council.
www.geocities.com /technology66/senate.html   (414 words)

 Minot, ME News
Local news for Minot, ME continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
A jury will resume deliberations Wednesday morning in Portland in the murder trial of a man accused of fatally stabbing a Bates College student from New Hampshire during a street brawl three years ago.
Crews from Lewiston, Minot, Mechanic Falls, Turner and Poland assisted.
www.topix.net /city/minot-me   (558 words)

 Motels and Hotels in Minot, North Dakota
You may be able to find more info about Minot lodging by going to the reservations page.
Fairfield Inn By Marriott Minot, 900 24th Avenue Southwest, Minot, ND 58701
Minot Super 8 Motel, 1315 N. Broadway, Minot, ND 58703
www.usa-lodging.net /motels/northdakota/Minot.htm   (309 words)

 Minot Daily News
The Minot Public School District’s plans for an all-day kindergarten program this fall could have a negative impact on some day care programs in the area.
State Farm of Colorado just kept hitting — and hitting — and when the team thought it had done enough, it hit some more.
For all other comments, please see our Contact section to send feedback to The Minot Daily News.
www.minotdailynews.com   (219 words)

 WebQuest News: Minot WebQuesters Make the News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Minot Daily News covered the Lewis & Clark WebQuest workshop that ran for five days last week.
Craig Nansen of Minot Public Schools pulled together a fabulous group of technology leaders for this week.
They were mostly comfortable to adept in web editing and all very well versed in smart curriculum design.
www.webquest.org /news/2003/08/minot-webquesters-make-news.htm   (249 words)

 Minot State University
David G. Fuller, president of Minot State University, and David M. Gipp, president of United Tribes Technical College, signed a three-year agreement June 12 for educational partnerships between the two colleges.
The document was signed on the UTTC campus.
500 University Avenue West Minot, ND 58707 1-800-777-0750
www.minotstateu.edu   (71 words)

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