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Welcome to Watford City

June 15, 2014 Doug Bolken, Watford City In Watford City, we’re pretty well-known for the energy industry, but did you know we are still a world class destination? Whether you are hoping to work, stay or play,... more »»

What about north Minot?

June 15, 2014 Gary Crowdus, Minot Another McDonalds in south Minot? Does north Minot have an ancient curse on it or is it when a company (Walmart) tries to build up here someone starts complaining that it’s too... more »»

Forgetting the past

June 15, 2014 Wayne Lela, Downers Grove, Ill. The seven homosexual couples who are suing North Dakota seeking to overturn the law against same-sex marriage evidently haven’t learned much from the past. more »»

President is out of control

June 15, 2014 Beverly Medalen, Willow City When is Congress going to stop President Obama? About two years ago Congress passed a law that said President Obama could not take any action to change the circumstances... more »»

Lack of votes was shameful

June 15, 2014 Jim Weaver, Minot To the people of Minot, you should be ashamed of yourselve. more »»

Supporting Chuck Barney

June 8, 2014 Lynn Aas, Minot I want our next mayor to be someone who has given the position thought and has made the commitment to serve our community knowing all that this entails. more »»

Chuck Barney is right choice

June 8, 2014 Ben Berg, Minot I am writing to encourage the citizens of Minot to vote for Chuck Barney on June 10. The role of mayor requires detailed understanding of the City of Minot. more »»

Questions for Napolitano

June 8, 2014 Bruce Brooks, Minot In the May 28 Minot Daily News, Andrew Napolitano asks a multitude of “what if” question. more »»

Does MADC need all that?

June 8, 2014 Kandace D’Ambrosio, Minot On the KX News last week they reported that MADC had an $11 million surplus! Meanwhile, our city could only come up with $74,000 to help clean up the zombie homes. more »»

Proposal good for N.D.

June 8, 2014 Al Geisen, Bismarck The Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment would provide a host of benefits for the people of North Dakota. more »»

Chuck Barney for mayor

June 8, 2014 Orlin W. Backes, Minot The election is right around the corner and once again we will have the opportunity to select our community leaders. The person who is elected mayor is very important for Minot. more »»

Chuck Barney gets my vote

June 8, 2014 Ernest Medalen, Minot There is no question that Minot is changing and we need strong leaders to ensure Minot continues to be the Magic City. more »»

Defiance, and resistance

June 8, 2014 Matthew Rothchild, Cambridge, Minn. It appears that some just will not be denied the glory they think is due them in the wake of a hard-fought victory. more »»

Supporting Chuck Barney

June 8, 2014 Jimmie Tengesdal, Minot I have worked with Leslie Barney for many years and would like to share why I will be voting for her husband, Chuck, for mayor. more »»

Wee Links in great shape

June 8, 2014 Kevin Ternes, Minot I would like to compliment the Minot Park District, the Minot Junior Golf Association and the sponsors of each hole for a wonderful golf course called Jack Hoeven Wee Links. more »»

Chuck Barney perfect choice

June 8, 2014 Tom Seymour, Minot Chuck Barney is the perfect choice for your Minot city mayor. He has 10 years of Minot City Council experience and he is a very informed and a level headed leader. more »»

I voted for Chuck Barney

June 8, 2014 Alan Walter, Minot I’ve spoken with Chuck Barney and know where he stands on key issues facing the City of Minot. more »»

Common Core concerns

June 8, 2014 Judy Stahl, Valley City I support North Dakota’s right to set its own standards of public school educational excellence but North Dakota as well as many other states have become entangled in... more »»

Rapid changes in North Dakota

June 1, 2014 Michelle Solensky, Jamestown I grew up in North Dakota, and returned with my family five years ago. In the past five years, I have seen rapid changes in this state. more »»

Discussion much-needed

June 1, 2014 Cynthia Aafedt, Williston The recent roundtable discussion hosted by Congressman Kevin Cramer regarding the trafficking of women and girls was a much-needed acknowledgment of a problem that plagues... more »»

 
 
 

 

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