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The city’s failure

May 25, 2014 Ron Bieri, Minot Finally, there is some action being taken about the “zombie” homes in Minot. more »»

The media’s responsibility

May 25, 2014 Laura Erickson, Williston Incidents regarding Technologically Enhanced NORM have generated fair concern among western North Dakota’s citizens and local officials. more »»

Change the city structure

May 25, 2014 Scott Louser, Minot Minot is both a growing and recovering community, due to the energy impacts as well as the flood of 201. more »»

Questions for the city

May 25, 2014 Glenda Schroeder, Minot After reading two articles in the May 6 newspaper I was left with several questions and one very troubling impression of Minot’s City Council. more »»

Disappointed in Watne

May 18, 2014 Jim Fuglie, Bismarck I am saddened that less than six months into his new job as North Dakota Farmers Union president, Mark Watne has really damaged his credibility and sullied the reputation of... more »»

Common sense?

May 18, 2014 Ruth Lane, Minot I live in Minot. I like Minot. That does not mean our city is perfect; it could be better. more »»

Helping the Retriever Club

May 18, 2014 James D. McDowall, Interlachen, Fla. I am writing this in hopes of drawing attention to the plight of the Minot Retriever Club, which I consider to be a Minot area institution. more »»

Saving N.D. quality of life

May 18, 2014 Paul H. Myerchin, Bismarck We, as North Dakotans, enjoy a certain quality of life. more »»

City Hall questions

May 18, 2014 Peter Schieferdecker, Minot Well, there was a selection of a new city manage. more »»

Public interest

May 18, 2014 Earl Strinden, Grand Forks Some who are attempting to place a Conservation Fund and a 5 percent oil extraction tax in the North Dakota constitution believe they were not given fair treatment by the... more »»

Rail capacity concerns

May 18, 2014 Levi Taylor, Ypsilanti There’s been a lot of talk about rail capacity in the state and while issues do exist, the tone and understanding should be refocused. more »»

Economic advancement

May 18, 2014 Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley, Bismarck It was a pleasure to be in Bowman April 21 where I spoke during a meeting of the Bowman Area Chamber of Commerc. more »»

We’ve been snookered

May 18, 2014 Ron Schalow, Fargo I’m embarrassed to say this, but I think our North Dakota Industrial Commission, PSC, and Legislature have done gotten themselves out-snookered by the liberals governing the... more »»

Accountable to the public

May 11, 2014 M.L. Berg, Minot Way back when, in February 1888, Minot’s first city attorney was fired by the mayor of Minot. The first city attorney was one Darius Preston. more »»

Cleaning up our city

May 11, 2014 Lianne Zeltinger, Minot I want to thank Alderman Knudsvig for hearing our plea to clean up Minot. more »»

Attorney firing was illegal

May 11, 2014 Robert L. Hale, Minot The recent unilateral, illegally implemented and clumsy firing of the new city attorney should wake us up. more »»

State isn’t a dump site

May 11, 2014 Nancy Bommelman, Minot Who do these oil field companies think they are? Now they are putting oil socks in abandoned farm houses. This is not a dump; this is where we live and raise our children. more »»

Saving our special places

May 11, 2014 Lloyd Jones, Baldwin North Dakota has many special places. The Badlands, Turtle Mountains, several state parks and many lakes and rivers. more »»

Controlling the weather

May 11, 2014 Mike Schauer, Mandan It is about time that we have a president and an administration that will actually do something about this crazy and chaotic weather that is plaguing this side of our hemisphere. more »»

No more ‘free trade’ pacts

May 11, 2014 Duane Stahl, Valley City Remember 1993 promises that the “free trade” agreement, NAFTA, would boost U.. more »»



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