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Reducing flaring

February 23, 2014 Daryl Dukart, Dunn Center In North Dakota, our energy fields produce far more value in oil than natural gas – in fact, almost 20 times more. more »»

We should save history

February 23, 2014 Larry Haluska, Anamoose I am grateful for Richard Reuer and Dan Caswell for expressing their views regarding the takeover conflict between the State Fair Board and Pioneer Village, as stated in the... more »»

Minot is an unsightly city

February 23, 2014 Dennis E. Klein, Minot While reading the letter from the dead loop group, it occurred to me that Minot has bigger problems when it comes to being unsightl. more »»

Helping fight against cancer

February 23, 2014 Ellen Schafer, Bismarck This year in North Dakota, it is estimated that 3,730 people will be diagnosed with cancer. more »»

Concerned about safety

February 23, 2014 Tammy West, Minot I am concerned about the safety of elementary school children in the Minot School District. more »»

Vote ‘no’ on Nedrose plan

February 19, 2014 Jim Campbell, Minot The Nedrose Public School sent us election information showing they want to increase our property taxes to pay for their $18 million expansio. more »»

Definition of insanity

February 16, 2014 Dean Meyer, District 36 Democrat Chairman, Dickinson I’ve often heard that one definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different result. more »»

Thank you, Goehring

February 16, 2014 Dwight Wrangham, Director, Landowners Association of N.D. more »»

Against more property tax

February 16, 2014 Derald Larson, Minot Another school bond vote is coming but I do not agree that taxing property is the right way to raise the money. more »»

Vaccine information

February 16, 2014 Melissa Fettig, First District Health Unit, Immunization Coordinator, Minot Most medical professionals in our community agree that immunizations are one of the greatest advances in modern medicine. more »»

Working together

February 16, 2014 Kirsten Bakke Diederich, Chair, State Board of Higher Education, Fargo Last week’s meeting of the State Board of Higher Education demonstrated how the board is focusing its attention on what’s reall... more »»

Answer to our prayers

February 16, 2014 Glory Kramlich, Minot The article on Feb. 1, with the wonderful picture of our young people from Bishop Ryan and Grand Forks at the March for Life in Washington, D.C., was a joy to see and read about. more »»

Why are you in D.C.?

February 16, 2014 Ronald O.. more »»

Cleaning up dead loops

February 16, 2014 Duane Brekke, J. Dean Caldwell, Bob Knudson, JoAnn Linrud, Beth Madland , Ernie Medalen, all Minot Kim Fundingsland’s Jan. more »»

EPA?rules are a disaster

February 16, 2014 Steven Moen, Minot As more and more issues come to light over the Obamacare mandate such as the loss of 2. more »»

Smoking ads unnecessary

February 16, 2014 Heidi Tank, Rugby I have never been a smoker nor do I ever intend to, but I think the Breath Right ND ads are uncalled for. more »»

A strong new Farm Bill

February 9, 2014 Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D. This past week, Congress came together to pass a new, bipartisan five-year farm bill for North Dakota and the American people. more »»

Changing traffic

February 9, 2014 Doug Rued, Minot Our traffic situation in Minot has definitely changed. Traveling through the city you see license places from many different states. more »»

Protecting our outdoors

February 9, 2014 Rick Olek, Fargo North Dakota’s special, and it’s worth keeping it that way. As an outdoorsman and veteran, I love to hunt and fis. more »»

Drug test all the employees

February 9, 2014 Douglas Amundson, Minot I had a very good laugh when I read the park board article about drug testing of all employees with the exception of the administration staff. more »»



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