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Cigarette tax initiated to bypass obstinate Legislature

August 21, 2016 orth Dakota voters will be casting ballots in November on an initiated measure that would add $1.73 to the present cigarette tax of 44 cents. It would be the first cigarette tax hike in 23 years. more »»

Why would you not wear a seat belt?

August 20, 2016 "872 Citations for Seat Belt, Child Restraint in July” That is the headline of a news release put out recently by the North Dakota Department of Transportation. more »»

Challenges will remain for MSU

August 19, 2016 Minot State President Steve Shirley’s acknowledgment of the budget problems the university is facing was refreshing candor untainted with rhetoric, and responsibly did not sugar-coat the situation a... more »»

Spirit of volunteerism still alive

August 18, 2016 Congratulations and thanks to Minot’s Allen and Carol Becker, the Red Cross volunteers who appeared in yesterday’s Minot Daily News and who have left for Louisiana to help flood victims at emergency... more »»

Paying for absurdities

August 17, 2016 This week, Ward County starts talking the various aspects of the budget, with a few unusual issues it has to addres. more »»

Paying for absurdities

August 17, 2016 This week, Ward County starts talking the various aspects of the budget, with a few unusual issues it has to addres. more »»

Lack of debates a disservice in race for governor

August 16, 2016 After a contentious Republican Primary Election, many might assume that the general election will be much lower profile. more »»

Minot blessed to have free clinic

August 15, 2016 Minot, the entire area in fact, is indeed blessed to have the City and Country Health Clinic, which is housed in First Lutheran Church. more »»

Minot rentals show the market works

August 14, 2016 Many people today express the idea that the free market doesn’t work the way that it should. Those people should have a look at the Minot apartment rental market. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK:Slow news weeks

August 14, 2016 There are some weeks in the newspaper when one is blessed with an abundance of wealth. “Wealth” not being financial but rather in terms of news. more »»

New quota is a law we can live with now

August 13, 2016 People who lived through the energy conservation years of the 1970s might recall the slogan that was rolled out when a nationwide highway speed limit was set: “55 saves lives. more »»

Volunteer firefighter shortage a shame

August 12, 2016 The upcoming change in how EMS services are delivered in southwest Ward County is an example of a sad trend affecting rural communities around the country. more »»

Come out and enjoy tonight’s Great Tomato Festival

August 10, 2016 Nothing makes supporting local institutions more enjoyable than a great event accompanying the effort. more »»

Festival on Main will be telling

August 9, 2016 This month’s Festival on Main might be a telling moment in the city’s efforts to see a revitalized downtown. more »»

Budget dangers are ahead

August 8, 2016 The recent revelation that Minot’s budget was held in check and that local residents would not see sizable tax increases in the next year was good news. more »»

Job Corps helps people achieve

August 7, 2016 Congratulations to the graduates of Quentin Burdick Job Corp. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Things you never know...

August 7, 2016 It doesn’t matter how long one works in media, some things will inevitably surprise. more »»

Tourism talks moving in good direction

August 6, 2016 This week’s meeting of entities with an interest in tourism/visitor/event development was a good first step in addressing the challenges facing Minot in regard to these issues. more »»

Unusual ‘red’ river needs to be examined

August 5, 2016 It’s called euglena sanguinea and as Minot Daily News shared yesterday, it’s the reason the Souris River north of Minot has turned red. more »»

Human services funds need protection

August 4, 2016 Bravo to Gov. Jack Dalrymple for his plan to preserve funds for human services as the Legislature went into special session today in Bismarck. more »»



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