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The iPhone – Public Enemy No. 1?

March 15, 2016 In this corner: the FBI, which says that all high-tech company Apple cares about is protecting its mega-profits and not the nation’s securit. more »»

Shame, shame, shame

March 15, 2016 WASHINGTON — As Donald Trump continues to surge forward as the most-likely Republican nominee, perfectly sane people are beginning to wonder: “Was there something we missed? Maybe he’s not really s... more »»

Nancy with the laughing face

March 15, 2016 Why does it take death to bring us together? Why not life? Watching Nancy Reagan’s funeral on television, the front-row tableau was a picture of unity, in form, if not in substance. There was Gov. more »»

Tobacco sweeps show merchants playing by the rules

March 14, 2016 The Minot Police Department and area merchants are to be congratulated on the progress they’ve made in curbing the sale of tobacco to minors. more »»

Under the thumb of federal government

March 13, 2016 People in small and mid-size cities and towns, and rural people aren’t usually as familiar with living under constant government supervision as those people who live in large urban centers back eas. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Fact and Opinion

March 13, 2016 In the months ahead, I will be discussing a number of widely held beliefs about newspaper in general, some of which might be shocking – and some of which might just reinforce what many already thin. more »»

New fire station, better services

March 12, 2016 The only thing prettier than a shiny red fire truck is a brand new fire station. Pardon the slight exaggeration, but it was darn nice to see the new $. more »»

Nancy Reagan a was critical part in presidency

March 11, 2016 During the first half of the nation’s history, wives of our presidents received little public credit or even notice for their behind-the-scenes involvement in public affair. more »»

Eisenhower’s premonitions became reality

March 10, 2016 Were he alive today, former President Dwight Eisenhower would be angry about a report this week that some Navy SEALs have to share rifles. more »»

Big shoes to fill

March 9, 2016 Taking just a little of the shine off of the opening of the new terminal at Minot’s airport is the announcement that Andrew Solsvig, the airport’s director for the past six and a half years, is... more »»

Inside Dem party say Clinton is the nom

March 7, 2016 Democrat Party leaders have enjoyed the Republican Party’s presidential nominating chaos simply because it empowers the candidate they already have decreed will represent them — Hillary Clinton. more »»

Clear choice on drug treatment

March 6, 2016 Shhh, don’t tell anyone, but Minot has a problem with drugs and drug abuse. Just like every city in the country has a problem with drugs and drug abuse. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: So, just what is news?

March 6, 2016 The first time I flew up to meet the folks at the Minot Daily News, one of the questions asked of me by a current staff member was about how I defined “news. more »»

Time to bring recycling back

March 5, 2016 We think it is good news that citywide curbside recycling might be coming to Minot. more »»

Minot votes for change

March 3, 2016 Minot voters spoke on Tuesday and collectively, by a landslide, opted for change. more »»

A vision for downtown

March 2, 2016 If downtown development is an important goal for the City of Minot, then every opportunity should be explored to bring arts, culture and hospitality establishments to the core of tow. more »»

The end of an era

March 1, 2016 Many years ago, I began employment at The Minot Daily News on a three-month trial basis, as a proofreader. The date was Aug. 29, 1968. more »»

Our allies need to be able to rely on us

February 29, 2016 If as many as 200 U.S. troops were killed in a terrorist attack, Americans would demand to know how it could have happened. more »»

Vote yes this week for Minot’s future

February 28, 2016 While it isn’t particularly contentious and thus unlikely to draw out tens of thousands of voters this week, Tuesday’s ballot is an important first step toward reforming the archaic nature of Minot... more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Minot Daily News: Behind the scenes

February 28, 2016 Having just arrived in Minot on Halloween, I haven’t had time to meet nearly as many neighbors and readers as I would have liked. So, before we launch Editor’s Notebook, a little about mysel. more »»



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