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Texting-to-911 essential option for some

October 8, 2016 A new option for seeking help in an emergency is now available, and it’s only a matter of time before a life is saved because of it. more »»

City needs to review interactions with business operators

October 7, 2016 The entire city of Minot and its residents benefit from a robust business environment, and this is particularly true in today’s economic reality. more »»

Who doesn’t need a little mercy?

October 6, 2016 There are plenty among us who might consider taking advantage of 24 hours of Mercy being held at St. Leo The Great Roman Catholic Church of Mino. more »»

The arrogance of government is the enemy

October 5, 2016 To hear many libertarians leaning on the right speak, government is the enemy, the nation’s chief problem – just as to the progressive left, business and religious institutions are the enemy of the... more »»

Public encouraged to meet potential city managers

October 4, 2016 The City of Minot’s quest for a new city manager has reached a significant milestone with three finalists (and a potential fourth but that is still unknown as of press time). more »»

Piece of history back where it belongs – downtown

October 3, 2016 t was good to see last Thursday the return of the historic water fountain to Main Street in downtown Minot. more »»

Trump Right on Trade Predators

October 3, 2016 Is America still a serious nation? Consider. While U.. more »»

Minot Daily News is committed to purpose

October 2, 2016 This week, National Newspaper Week is observed in the United States and every year, it is arguably more important to recognize and promote the purpose and value of newspapers to a community. more »»

Hostfest: Charming, disarming

October 2, 2016 It began a little less than a year ago. I’d just arrived in Minot and at the Minot Daily News. more »»

Presidential campaign drives committee to prayer

October 2, 2016 “Oh Lord! I’ve been praying like never before,” Gerda Erfald announced as she stumbled into a special meeting of the Community Homeland Security Committee gathering in the historic Bohemian hall. more »»

Minot Police reach out to citizens they protect

October 1, 2016 There is a lot to be said about a good cup of coffee. Romances are sometimes sparked while having a cup with an interesting somebod. more »»

Recent editorials from the Plains states

October 1, 2016 Minneapolis Star Tribune Sept. 23 The latest checkup for Minnesota’s premier aquatic artery — the Mississippi River — was both reassuring and alarming. more »»

Ward County does good job on keeping taxes down

September 30, 2016 The Ward County Commission’s efforts to keep taxes down in the current economic environment should not go unnoticed by county residents: The commission has done a good job controlling projected... more »»

Politics Have Failed: America Will Not

September 30, 2016 fter observing, measuring and monitoring our nation's dysfunctional political system for more than two decades, I have come to recognize that it is broken beyond repair. more »»

Advice for second debate

September 30, 2016 Donald Trump scored a gentleman's "C'' in his first debate with Hillary Clinton. more »»

Setting a bar for Minot council candidates

September 29, 2016 Whether it’s the city Ad Hoc Change of Government Committee’s recommendation to set the required number of signatures for a candidate to be on the ballot for Minot City Council or one day bringing... more »»

The Debate I Heard

September 29, 2016 Something's wrong with me. I watched Monday's presidential debate. But what I heard was different from what Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton seemed to say. more »»

Hillary, Interrupted

September 29, 2016 Whatever happened to "I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar"? Whither "Girl Power"? When did Rosie the Riveter's "We Can Do It!" give way to Hillary the Haranguer's "We Can't Handle It"? It's 2016, and the... more »»

Spending priorities must include mental health, addiction services

September 28, 2016 ne of these days, North Dakota’s economy is going to spring back to life, whether as a result of energy, agriculture, success in diversification, some combination of these or even something totally... more »»

School parking, pedestrian traffic deserves citywide look

September 27, 2016 The Minot City Council having a look at changes to make in terms of pedestrian traffic in response to parents’ concerns in regard to two elementary schools is a good step in helping protect students... more »»



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