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Where are the liberals?

December 21, 2013 Avis L. Tvedt, Lake Metigoshe It was fascinating really, if somewhat on the tedious side. This fall I took it upon myself to do some fact finding regarding the Opinion Page of The Minot Daily News. more »»

Supporting vaccinations

December 20, 2013 Dr. Stephen C. Stripe, Minot There is a serious public health problem that is occurring globally and it is costing lives and health in North Dakota and here in Minot. more »»

Hunting boosts N.D. economy

December 15, 2013 Nicki Weissman, Harvey Hunting provides an economic boom to the entire state of North Dakota, which often goes unnoticed. more »»

Consider the consequences

December 15, 2013 Gabe Thompson J. more »»

Time to scrap Obamacare

December 15, 2013 Christopher James Stock, Minot Obamacare. This is something that needs to be completely scrapped and forgotten by the American people. more »»

Lack of voters concerning

December 15, 2013 Brandan Ressler, Minot When looking at the recent vote on the school bond I came to realize something. more »»

Wind power not the way to go

December 15, 2013 Paul Murray, Minot North Dakota’s Public Service Commission recently approved a new wind farm that will cost $350 million. more »»

Street cleaning isn’t very good

December 15, 2013 Deb Johnson, Minot The city of Minot needs to get it together regarding plowing the streets. I am visiting at 921-25th Ave. NW and the plows never show up here. more »»

Everyone is equal

December 15, 2013 Sean Gunderson, Minot Lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders (LGBTs) should have the same social equality as everyone else in America. more »»

Funding Minot improvements

December 15, 2013 Nancy Bommelman, Minot I am all for building a new school and a new jail. I was thinking about thi. more »»

Good stewards of state’s land

December 15, 2013 Joe Stern, Appleton, Wis. The oil industry seems to have a new fire lit in its efforts to reduce flaring (pun intended). Everyone from the governor to the top producers has made it a top priority. more »»

Our focus is on the future

December 8, 2013 Mark Vollmer, Minot Minot Public School District No. 1 adopted the mission statement “Empower all learners to succeed in a changing world. more »»

Trust Fund not available

December 8, 2013 Lance D. Gaebe, Bismarck As the Land Commissioner, it is not my role to determine Minot’s need for additional schools; that is up to voters. more »»

Minot schools need change

December 8, 2013 Adrianna Moum, Minot I believe everyone should vote ‘yes’ on Dec. 10 for the $125 million school bond issu. more »»

Scale back school bond

December 8, 2013 Steve Ruppel, Minot Minot taxpayers should see more, not less, of the state’s economic benefits reflected in our tax bills. more »»

Vote ‘yes’ on Dec. 10

December 8, 2013 Daryl Somerville, Minot The upcoming bond issue vote for new schools is a critical event for our city. more »»

Bond issue vital to Minot

December 8, 2013 Roscoe Streyle, Minot I’m writing to express my support for the upcoming Minot Public Schools bond issue. more »»

Bond not right for Minot now

December 8, 2013 Ben Tollefson, Minot Soon residents of the Minot school district will be voting on a $125 million school bond issue. To many the need is too vague and open-ended. more »»

Schools are over-crowded

December 8, 2013 Brooke Suko, Minot Imagine getting up every morning knowing you have to go back to the same stuffy, uncomfortable, and crowded “classroom.” Schools are over-crowded due to new students coming to town. more »»

Restructure city, county

December 8, 2013 Jim Kraft, Minot It is time to restructure the way our city and county taxes are spent. more »»

 
 

 

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