Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Progress 2016 | Customer Service | Contact Us | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
Paranoid politics

February 24, 2016 Amid all the media analyses of the prospects of each of the candidates in both political parties, there is remarkably little discussion of the validity — or lack of validity — of the arguments these... more »»

February clarifies both parties’ nomination races

February 24, 2016 In 2008, Barack Obama’s great victories in February primaries — Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Virginia and Wisconsin — gave him an unstoppable delegate lead for the Democratic nomination. more »»

Indulge in timeless pleasure at the Taube Museum

February 23, 2016 One of the oldest foods that came to be in civilized times remains one of the most popular yet today. Soup. more »»

Don’t blame crime problems on newcomers

February 20, 2016 It’s a common thread in conversations around town, in homes and offices: Minot’s crime problems are caused by newcomers to the region, particularly those who arrived after the Bakken boomed. more »»

Social engineers’ mandates

February 19, 2016 The federal government’s social engineers never seem to learn. Time and time again their mandates issued in the name of consumerism make life tougher, not better. They’re back. more »»

Church break-ins a sign of the time

February 18, 2016 Twice in the past few days, Minot churches have been targeted for robberies, leading many to openly ponder “How desperate must someone be to rob a church?” The reality is that in Minot and other... more »»

Good news not to be missed

February 16, 2016 Two good-news, positive stories Minot Daily News Reporter Jill Schramm filed recently might have caught your attention as they did ours. more »»

Competition is good in politics

February 14, 2016 A lack of competition between different candidates and different political parties isn’t beneficial to the public or to the political process. more »»

Stand up for those who protect us

February 13, 2016 Today, the people of Minot join with those of North Dakota and with all decent people in the United States in mourning the loss of Jason Moszer, the Fargo police officer who died on Thursday after... more »»

Concerned for people or politics?

February 12, 2016 A humanitarian campaign launched in Congress could help hundreds of millions of people — saving countless lives — if President Barack Obama will put politics aside. more »»

A whole plan for flood protection

February 11, 2016 This week’s news that the Minot area was in line for an Army Corps of Engineers study for flood protection is another significant advancement for the regio. more »»

Airport key to Minot’s future

February 10, 2016 It is with great anticipation that Minot awaits the opening of its new airport terminal and the tremendous growth it represent. more »»

Now millennials need to get in the game

February 7, 2016 Among the many lessons so far from the presidential campaign is that millennials continue to be an important factor in elections. Sen. more »»

Minot needs more rehab, mental health care options

February 6, 2016 It’s fortunate timing that medical facilities are in the process of expanding in the Minot community, because there are a handful of glaring needs. more »»

Living off sales tax might get harder

February 5, 2016 City sales tax has been a hot-button issue in the Magic City for decades. more »»

Clinton’s under-whelming defense

February 2, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s defense against overwhelming evidence she broke the law requiring her to keep national security information secret amounts to what a teenager might say after getting a parking... more »»

State Government Has Just the Job for You

January 31, 2016 Even though five percent of the North Dakota workforce is still claiming to be unemployed, there are plenty of jobs for the taking. more »»

Welcome home, Josh

January 30, 2016 All of North Dakota should be grateful, and the city of Minot proud, that we have such a willing and capable state ambassador as Josh Duhamel. more »»

Step into a leadership role

January 29, 2016 How many times have you caught yourself upset with what’s happening in your hometown? How many times have you been angry at decisions made by leaders at one level or another? Ever shook your head in... more »»

Michael Bloomberg: an echo, not a choice

January 29, 2016 WASHINGTON — Michael Bloomberg’s epiphany about the 2016 presidential proceedings is that what is missing is a second bossy, big-government billionaire from Manhattan’s East Side — another candidat... more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web