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An honor to host Ryan team

April 20, 2014 Ralph and Darlene Jose, Fargo Wow, what an exciting and climatic finish for the Minot Bishop Ryan Lions girls’ basketball team at the 2014 N.D. more »»

Protecting memories

April 13, 2014 Ben Carlson, Fargo A distinct childhood memory that helped shape my adult life is accompanying my friend and his family on their annual hunting trip to Lidgerwoo. more »»

The legal process

April 13, 2014 David Smisson, Montgomery Village, Md. I grew up in Minot, and signed with the military in 1981. I am still in the Army, and am currently assigned to Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland. more »»

Flexibility for the future

April 13, 2014 Al Geisen, Bismarck The Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment could provide farmers and ranchers with more options and flexibility in conservation programs than they are getting currently... more »»

Zoning concerns

April 13, 2014 Lawrence Schmidt, Richmond, Wash. more »»

Changing Class B sports

April 13, 2014 Robbin Plesuk, Max Ryan Holmgren’s article in the sports section of the March 30 Minot Daily News had some very interesting points. more »»

Letters to the Editor

April 6, 2014 It’s time for a new voice Milt Korslien Minot I would like to thank the District 12 and Region 6 boys and girls basketball tournament manager Alton Nygaard and Superintendent Peggy Person for the... more »»

Watford City: Bright future

March 30, 2014 Steve Erickson, Duluth, Minn., and Watford City Extraordinary support for the Watford City school bond vote is a strong indicator of the faith and optimism held by the local communit. more »»

The balance of nature

March 30, 2014 Jerry Fredriksen Sr. more »»

Fed up with Goehring

March 30, 2014 Doug Kinnoin, Stanley I’m fed up! Like many of you, I’ve received and/or seen several communications from our current ag commissioner, and with each new message, the commissioner further... more »»

We need more facts

March 30, 2014 Kevin P. Nelson, Minot Only a few months ago, a bond issue for the building of new school facilities failed to pass in Minot. more »»

Solving flaring

March 30, 2014 Jonathan Silva, Williston Living in the Bakken, flaring is a challenge I see every day. However, we have to remember that there is no cheap, quick, or easy solution. more »»

Need more foresight

March 23, 2014 Marie Carlson, Minot I found Dennis Klein’s letter in the Feb. 23 edition of The Minot Daily News to be interesting. more »»

Health care law changes

March 23, 2014 Wes Eisenmann, Mandan I recently contacted Sen. John Hoeven and Congressman Kevin Cramer regarding the Affordable Care Act. more »»

Creating a partnership

March 23, 2014 Marilyn Nelson, Minot I strongly urge the State Fair Board to take Pioneer Village on as a partner because it affords classes of students and the general public to experience how citizens lived in... more »»

Let’s stop the violence

March 23, 2014 Paul H. Olson, Grand Forks Every society has problems. That has been and will always be part of the human experience. more »»

An apology for behavior

March 23, 2014 Darwin Routledge, Minot On March 13, the Bishop Ryan girls basketball team played a worthy opponent in the T-G-U Titans for the Region 6 championship. more »»

More about accident

March 23, 2014 Jacob Tiessen, Garrison I would like to answer the letter Sandra Murphy had about the accident her husband and the Minot police woman had. more »»

Care and compassion

March 23, 2014 Cheryl D. Lane, Minot So many people in Minot choose to go away for medical treatment, especially cancer care. I found out there is a lot of good care her. more »»

Glimpse into our history

March 16, 2014 Steven McCormack, Des Lacs As an educator, I would like to express to the Ward County Historical Society my appreciation for their efforts toward preserving memories, and for providing area students... more »»



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