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Stop invoking Clinton fiction as fact

August 23, 2015 I accept the fact that The Minot Daily News is a conservative newspaper. more »»

Proud to stand with EPA on clean power

August 23, 2015 I look at my five beautiful grandchildren, and wonder if they will enjoy the wonderful clean air that I have enjoyed in my life. more »»

N.D. needs to know about trafficking

August 23, 2015 Human Trafficking, or slavery, is one of the fastest rising industries in the United States and doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon. more »»

Neighbors looking after neighbors

August 23, 2015 On Sunday morning we were heading home from the Twin Cities driving our motorhome. Two vehicles motioned for us to pull over and they showed us where our tow vehicle had a serious proble. more »»

Vote for Iran deal a vote against Bakken oil

August 23, 2015 If Senator Heitkamp votes for the Iran Deal, she is voting to further suppress oil prices in the Bakken. Iran will then be selling two to four million barrels of oil a day. more »»

Public health funding is crucial

August 16, 2015 Nationwide, communities are changing the way they care for their health as public health efforts are equipping Americans with the tools and knowledge to take charge of their health. more »»

End attacks on chaplains

August 16, 2015 I heard some very disturbing news on wall builders with David Barton on 8-11-2015 concerning our military chaplains. more »»

Technology is a necessity

August 16, 2015 The State of North Dakota along with the lignite industry formed a unique research and development partnership in the 1980s that has led to significant reductions in criteria pollutants covered by... more »»

Protect the water before it’s too late

August 16, 2015 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said that a cleanup team was working with heavy equipment Wednesday to secure an entrance to the Gold King Mine. more »»

Give360 Color Dash raises over 10k

August 16, 2015 Give360, a giving circle within the Minot Area Community Foundation, recently held The Color Dash 5k at Roosevelt Park in Minot on Saturday, Aug. . more »»

Drugs in this town getting out of hand

August 16, 2015 Welcome to North Dakota where you can bring a lot of drugs into this state and get caught, get away with it and not go to jail. Post bond, and do it all over again. more »»

Nicotine not the culprit it’s made out to be

August 16, 2015 Anti-smoking groups have not done their research before making their ads. Nicotine is not the culprit they make it out to be. more »»

Outstanding season for MSU Summer Theatre

August 9, 2015 Another season of Summer Theatre on the MSU campus has ended. What an outstanding season it was. We were able to attend three of the five productions and found each of them so entertaining. more »»

Correcting and clarifying history

August 9, 2015 History recorded should be history corrected and clarifie. more »»

Giving humans the benefit of the doubt

August 9, 2015 I have been following the story of Cecil the Lion with great interest because I am a retired dentist and longtime big game hunter. more »»

Support move to clean energy economy

August 9, 2015 Climate change is real. more »»

Oh, please!

August 9, 2015 Last summer I endured hunter Mark Hamilton’s reports in The Minot Daily News of his exploits in Africa. As a hunter and gun owner, I was curious and mildly entertained; I kept my skepticism in check. more »»

Save money, raise the dam

August 9, 2015 Minot’s share of the $27 million price tag to protect just the water treatment plant is a little over $4 million. I have a plan to save the city that tidy sum. Very simple, RAISE THE DAMN DAM. more »»

Not what we voted for

August 9, 2015 In 2011 we voted to extend the 1 percent tax of NAWS tax because they had enough money. The money was to be used for city and county infrastructure and tax relief. more »»

Fill the Boot generosity lauded

August 2, 2015 As the North Dakota Area Director for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, I have the privilege of spending my days traveling to various parts of the state in the summer and early fall working with... more »»



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