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Chancellor has hard work ahead

September 26, 2013 Newly named interim chancellor of the North Dakota University System Larry Skogen has his work cut out for him. more »»

Settle dispute in court

September 25, 2013 Despite months of discussion, offers and counter-offers, the dispute between the North Dakota State Fair Board and the Ward County Historical Society seems destined to end up in cour. more »»

Checking Obamacare 'navigators'

September 24, 2013 Worrying about whether Americans seeking advice about the national health care law will fall victims to identity theft seems to have been an afterthought for President Barack Obama. more »»

Derailing Obama's choice

September 23, 2013 President Barack Obama is always looking for reinforcements in his war on reasonably priced electricity. more »»

The week that was

September 22, 2013 TRANSIT MEETINGS SCHEDULED – The city has scheduled open houses to gather public feedback on improving Minot’s transit service, and we encourage anyone who uses the system to attend one of the... more »»

Keeping coal, at what cost?

September 21, 2013 President Barack Obama and his minions clearly are hoping the public misses the point about the war on coal and affordable energy. more »»

Industries get varied treatments

September 20, 2013 If you want to open a coal mine or drill an oil well in an area where certain types of rare fish or other endangered wildlife live, be prepared to be told you will have to change your plans. more »»

Obama's business request

September 19, 2013 As Congress approaches a potential showdown on raising the nation’s borrowing limit, President Barack Obama is asking some of the country’s top corporate executives to help him work with Republican. more »»

Bullying turns deadly

September 18, 2013 Among the most heart-wrenching and deeply troubling stories in the news last week was that of a 12-year-old Florida girl who committed suicide after being bullied for nearly a year. more »»

Stimulus spending effects

September 16, 2013 President Barack Obama likes to boast that trillions of dollars in “stimulus” spending of various types has put more Americans back to work. It has not. more »»

Running event wildly popular

September 16, 2013 Minot’s first Run or Dye 5K race on Saturday was a rousing success, judging by the thousands of runners who took part in the event. more »»

The week that was

September 15, 2013 COMMUNITY SPIRIT – Last week’s Minot River Valley Cleanup project went well, with more than a 100 volunteers working over parts of two days to help clean up residential lots owned by the... more »»

Our war on terror has no end

September 14, 2013 A year ago, as Americans observed another anniversary of the Sept. more »»

To enforce or not to enforce?

September 13, 2013 We continue to be amazed at the Obama administration’s stance that it will allow Colorado and Washington to thumb their noses at federal law by permitting recreational use of marijuana. more »»

Minot's annoying traffic

September 12, 2013 We’ll just say what everyone in Minot is thinking right now: Traffic in town is absolutely ridiculous. more »»

Sept. 11: Never forget

September 11, 2013 For 12 years following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have been urged to get back to "norma. more »»

Syria discussion continues

September 10, 2013 The decision by a U.S. more »»

Feds should enforce all the laws

September 9, 2013 Marijuana is illegal under federal law. Yet Attorney General Eric Holder has decided not to interfere in any way with two states where recreational use of the drug has become permissible. more »»

The week that was

September 8, 2013 LET THE BUILDING BEGIN – Construction on the long-debated Ward County office building will finally get under way soon, following a ground-breaking ceremony held last wee. more »»

Protecting our right to privacy

September 7, 2013 We are reminded frequently that big government, by its very nature, can be the enemy of our freedoms, including our right to privacy. more »»



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