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Bond request would be burden

September 22, 2013 M L Berg, Minot One of the first bond issues voted upon by the people of Minot took place in July 1888. more »»

Color Dash was a success

September 22, 2013 Natasha Christianson, Minot Give360, a giving circle within the Minot Area Community Foundation, recently held The Color Dash 5k at Roosevelt Park in Minot. more »»

Lots of questions about schools

September 22, 2013 Donald Kinney, Minot Why does “build a new elementary school in southeast Minot” sound like what was voted down a few years ago? How many people believe when Supt. more »»

Too much focus on keeping guns

September 22, 2013 Cody Stanley, Grand Forks Once again, tragically, it is the day after another mass shooting, and all the Second Amendment fanatics care about are their guns. more »»

Walk deserved some coverage

September 22, 2013 Audrey Wirtz, Kenmare My husband and I, along with a number of friends and family members, took part in the “Out of the Darkness” walk at Roosevelt Park on Sept. 7. more »»

Winning war against weeds

September 22, 2013 Lianne Zeltinger, Minot I would like to thank Mayor Curt Zimbelman for hearing the cry from the valley. He knew who to contact to get the ball rolling. more »»

Why does city have surplus?

September 22, 2013 Joan Hawbaker, Minot Dear City Council: Would you please answer me why we have a “budgeted surplus” for 2013 of $100,674,779 when just four years ago, we had a surplus of only $15,585,097? Even with... more »»

City should explain budget

September 15, 2013 Bill Treckman, Minot Did I miss something? Back last spring, as the North Dakota Legislature was wrapping up, we saw our elected state legislators telling us how they had passed property tax relief... more »»

Let’s keep it local?

September 15, 2013 Ronald Burleson, Minot I wonder who was behind “Let’s keep it local.” I bet we all can answer that right now. Just think if that passed we would not be arguing about thi. more »»

Blame for the sequestration

September 15, 2013 Marty Graner, Minot This letter is to address Cody Stanley of Grand Forks’ note blaming the Republicans for the sequestration. Look back, Cody, and you will find that Mr. more »»

Let’s renew old rivalry

September 8, 2013 Dave St. Peter, Minneapolis, Minn. Wow! That might be the best word to properly describe the efforts of the North Dakota State University football team in Manhattan, Kan., last Friday nigh. more »»

State should help the poor

September 8, 2013 Cody Stanley, Grand Forks Jesus said to help the needy. We have many poor folks in North Dakota—over 80,000 people in our own state live below the poverty line. Luckily, with a $1. more »»

Pioneer spirit is still alive

September 8, 2013 Jerry M. more »»

Golfing memories

September 8, 2013 Gordon Opstad, Minot I started caddying at the Minot Country Club in 1953. I caddied for many, some of which were H.H. Westlie and his wife, Ellen, Dr. A.R. more »»

Can’t support Syrian action

September 8, 2013 Scott Patrick Brand, West Fargo This week our elected officials in Congress are debating U.S. military action in Syria. more »»

Drug test athletes

September 8, 2013 Nancy Bommelman, Minot Wonderful. Now we have football players beating up police officers over a traffic stop and drug usage. more »»

Energy impacts

September 8, 2013 Mary Ann Armbrust, Fargo School is starting across the region and all signs point to increased enrollment in most school districts in the region. more »»

Honor the agreement

September 1, 2013 Larry Erickson, Minot; Gary Williamson, Minot; Wayne Sanstead, Bismarck As members of the 1965 North Dakota Legislature, we introduced a bill to make Minot the home of the official State Fair. more »»

Renewed my faith in people

September 1, 2013 Theresa Gochanour, Minot Although thank you does not seem to be enough to express my gratitude, it is the only phrase I have to offer this perso. more »»



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