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Planning airport’s future

May 16, 2014 Life at the Minot International Airport has certainly changed in the past few years, as the demand for air travel has skyrocketed and the city’s small terminal has been overwhelmed by passengers and... more »»

Congress rejects Corps plan

May 15, 2014 Congress has successfully thwarted efforts by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to charge residents and business owners for using water from Missouri River reservoirs. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D. more »»

Hammond upgrades welcome

May 14, 2014 Minot’s Hammond Park is getting a major upgrade, and the end results will be good for the recreation enthusiasts in the area. more »»

Science runs into politics

May 13, 2014 Science, not politics, guides environmental policy in his administration, President Barack Obama insists. No, it does not. more »»

Benghazi questions remain

May 12, 2014 Defenders of President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deride every new attempt to get to the bottom of the September 2012 attack on the U.S. more »»

The week that was

May 11, 2014 REC CENTER? – We realize it’s preliminary talk at this point, but we have serious questions surrounding the idea of building an indoor recreation, wellness and fitness center in Minot. more »»

‘Holding the line’ won’t be easy

May 10, 2014 Hold the line. That’s the advice North Dakota agency officials recieved from Gov. Jack Dalrymple as they begin work on budgets for the next two-year cycle. more »»

Census: No easy task ahead

May 9, 2014 U.S. Census Bureau director John?Thompson was decidedly understated this week as he visited sites in western North Dakota to get a first-hand look at the area’s population boom. more »»

Taking a big step backward

May 8, 2014 A demonstration of the topsy-turvy, self-defeating nature of U.S. energy policy is being provided right now in Washington, D.C. U.S. senators are debating a major energy bill. more »»

‘Let’s Clean R Up’

May 7, 2014 We applaud the Minot City Council’s decision Monday night to put some money behind the effort to clean up abandoned properties in the flood zone. more »»

City Hall: What is going on?

May 6, 2014 While we wait for all the details to emerge from the late Friday afternoon firing of Minot’s city attorney, we nonetheless can’t help but wonder:?What the heck is going on at City Hall? No doubt we... more »»

Breaking their own rules

May 5, 2014 You’ve seen it happen dozens of times: A government official breaks the law. He or she is severely reprimanded and forced to resign. And there the episode ends. more »»

The week that was

May 4, 2014 POT PROBLEMS – Colorado officials are dealing with an unexpected problem relating to the state’s legalization of marijuan. more »»

U.S. actions don’t bother Putin

May 3, 2014 Russian leader Vladimir Putin laughed off U.S. sanctions on individuals and companies in his country a few weeks ago. President Barack Obama’s reaction to that was more of the same. New U.S. more »»

U.S. growth depends on energy

May 2, 2014 Perhaps the most important report on the U.S. economy in years was released last week by a private consulting company. more »»

A billion barrels and counting

May 1, 2014 One billion barrels recovered, how many more billion to go? Data released this week from oil companies drilling in the Bakken formation in North Dakota and Montana shows that the formation has... more »»

A good place to start

April 30, 2014 Friday marks the beginning of a two-day volunteer effort to clean up the entrances into Minot as part of the city’s Project CLEAN. more »»

What is the IRS thinking?

April 29, 2014 It is no wonder the federal government is confused about what is fair and right, when it comes to consideration of the Social Security Administration’s now-halted program in which tax refunds were... more »»

Keeping national secrets

April 28, 2014 It is understandable that the armed forces, the nation’s intelligence agencies and the White House want to avoid disclosure of information that may be harmful to national security. more »»

The week that was

April 27, 2014 STICKY SITUATION – What? A?pitcher in Major League Baseball caught using pine tar to help improve his grip on the ball? We’re shocked? Actually, what shocks us is the apparent cluelessness of New... more »»



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