Minot to open H.S. to help train CDL drivers

(Minot, ND)  --  The Minot Public School District is receiving millions of dollars in grant funding that will go towards creating a program to train students interested in receiving a commercial driver's license [[ CDL ]].  There is a shortage of CDL truck drivers across the country which is making it difficult to get products to stores quickly.  The Minot School District is receiving six-point-seven-million-dollars from the North Dakota State Board for Career and Technical Education to remodel the former Voya Building into a 9th through 12 grade high school providing CDL training.