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Thanks to law enforcement officers

May 24, 2015 The North Dakota Commissioner of Veterans Affairs would like to thank the men and women who serve in the uniforms of law enforcement. more »»

 
 
 
Let’s come together for the homeless

May 24, 2015 Early last year, Williston made national headlines for having the highest rent in the country. more »»

Numbers don’t lie ... or do they?

May 24, 2015 How many times have we heard the president, Senator Schumer, Krugman, George “In The Money” Stephenopolus plus many many more tell us, reassure us, that the economy is improving and getting stronger... more »»

Damage from oil work preventable

May 24, 2015 The comment from several officials on the derailment and fire near Heimdahl was that the emergency response was great. Little to nothing was said on how to prevent such wrecks and fires. more »»

Not matching up with the real world

May 24, 2015 In Tuesday’s paper (May 12) under the ‘Lifelong Learning’ section, I read about the closing of the Beaver Brew Cafe. more »»

Obama giving the middle finger

May 24, 2015 President Obama once again gives America’s largest trading partner, Canada, the middle finger when he OKs drilling for oil in the Arctic Sea but won’t OK the Keystone Pipelin. more »»

Don’t make a nickname mistake

May 17, 2015 Including “UND/North Dakota” among the name choices for UND sports teams is a dreadful mistak. more »»

Don’t help the band of panhandlers

May 17, 2015 With the arrival of warmer weather, the number of panhandlers in Minot will increase dramatically. more »»

SupCo should be ruling by Constitution

May 17, 2015 The U.S. Constitution has been much discussed of late. One criticism is that is was written by a group of wealthy landowners who were not representative of the populace at that time. more »»

Trade Promotion Authority good

May 17, 2015 If we want to truly support our state’s agriculture industry, we need members of Congress to pass trade agreements that allow our farmers to export and grow. more »»

Moving forward with or without U.S.

May 17, 2015 As a farmer, I’m proud of my role in feeding and fueling the world. more »»

An update on bills not passed

May 17, 2015 North Dakota legislators have now finished their work. more »»

All races are miracles of God

May 17, 2015 I am a white femal. more »»

Not proper to print with news stories

May 10, 2015 Your newspaper has recently published items written by Katie Haarsager, community relations advisor with Enbridge. These are opinion columns, and should be on the Op-Ed page. more »»

Holiday Inn stay was wonderful

May 10, 2015 Our recent stay at the Holiday Inn in Minot was spectacular. We were concerned about an event that we were going to attend due to past events we had been t. more »»

‘Gang’ label used unfairly, ignorantly

May 10, 2015 This past weekend I was attending a family barbecue on the northwest side of Minot; it was 6:30 p.m. on a Saturday. more »»

Monologue needs to change

May 10, 2015 Perhaps, we need to change the monologu. more »»

Can Minot still be called the Magic City?

May 10, 2015 Minot used to be one of, if not the prettiest city in North Dakota with its abundant trees and rolling hills. That has all come to a screeching halt here in the northwest corner. more »»

A reader’s poem about the American flag

May 6, 2015 I have written a poem, which follows. more »»

Disappointed in The Minot Daily News

May 3, 2015 I am again needing to write to express my disappointment in The Minot Daily News. This time it is due to the offensive “ad” that you ran in the paper on Sunday morning discussing sodom. more »»

We don’t need the MARC elephant

May 3, 2015 (About the) MARC vote. It seems that some who were in favor of this think the public did not understand the issue. Actually we did. We opened our wallets and found them empty then voted “NO. more »»

 
 

 

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Tomorrowland's message of optimism is a welcome one

May 28, 2015 In the new movie "Tomorrowland," a girl reminds her father of a legend about two wolves at war, one representing darkness and despair and the other light and hope. "Which one wins?" she asks. more »

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