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Time to lift the oil export ban

June 14, 2015 Our nation today has an opportunity to change the world for the better, and this change can come from North Dakota. more »»

The real problem IS racism

June 7, 2015 In Lloyd Omdahl’s recent op-ed, “Parenting Trumps Ethnicity in School Suspensions,” he tries to make a compelling argument that the recent statistics showing that Hispanic, African-American and... more »»

A message of thanks

June 7, 2015 On May 22, 2015, our son Jason graduated high school from the Mandaree School and our daughter Marea graduated eighth grade from Mandaree School. more »»

A moment to congratulate students

June 7, 2015 As the end of the 2014-2015 school year concludes, Minot High School’s successful high-ranking teams should be commended for their hard work, team work, sportsmanship and work ethic. more »»

Oppose bad trade deals

June 7, 2015 Hoping to avoid wars, in 1952 six European nations negotiated a “Coal and Steel Community,” which has morphed into a 28-nation European Union super-state that will eventually obliterate national... more »»

Getting one right, getting one wrong

June 7, 2015 I sat through an engaging city council meeting Monday evening. After lengthy discussion on two issues they got one vote right; however I and the city council got one wrong. I grew up here in Minot. more »»

Detour needs some work

May 31, 2015 To the wise person that decides the path of all detours due to road work in the Minot area: Where do I send the bill for the alignment services and new tires for my vehicle? When you were deciding t... more »»

Common Core not in our best interests

May 31, 2015 I read with great interest your editorial regarding Common Core and some of its negatives. more »»

Inadequate parking at school

May 31, 2015 I am a student at Central Campus. As most people are aware, there has been a parking shortage in downtown Minot for many years. more »»

First Western abusing power, influence

May 31, 2015 Readers of The Minot Daily News likely are aware that all residents living across from First Western Bank and Trust’s addition off South Broadway in Minot have filed lawsuits to fight complicit wron... more »»

Shame on you for hit-and-run

May 31, 2015 To whomever hit my brand new 2015 black Ram truck and took off with no remorse, shame on you. more »»

Thanks to law enforcement officers

May 24, 2015 The North Dakota Commissioner of Veterans Affairs would like to thank the men and women who serve in the uniforms of law enforcement. more »»

Let’s come together for the homeless

May 24, 2015 Early last year, Williston made national headlines for having the highest rent in the country. more »»

Numbers don’t lie ... or do they?

May 24, 2015 How many times have we heard the president, Senator Schumer, Krugman, George “In The Money” Stephenopolus plus many many more tell us, reassure us, that the economy is improving and getting stronger... more »»

Damage from oil work preventable

May 24, 2015 The comment from several officials on the derailment and fire near Heimdahl was that the emergency response was great. Little to nothing was said on how to prevent such wrecks and fires. more »»

Not matching up with the real world

May 24, 2015 In Tuesday’s paper (May 12) under the ‘Lifelong Learning’ section, I read about the closing of the Beaver Brew Cafe. more »»

Obama giving the middle finger

May 24, 2015 President Obama once again gives America’s largest trading partner, Canada, the middle finger when he OKs drilling for oil in the Arctic Sea but won’t OK the Keystone Pipelin. more »»

Don’t make a nickname mistake

May 17, 2015 Including “UND/North Dakota” among the name choices for UND sports teams is a dreadful mistak. more »»

Don’t help the band of panhandlers

May 17, 2015 With the arrival of warmer weather, the number of panhandlers in Minot will increase dramatically. more »»

SupCo should be ruling by Constitution

May 17, 2015 The U.S. Constitution has been much discussed of late. One criticism is that is was written by a group of wealthy landowners who were not representative of the populace at that time. more »»

 
 

 

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