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EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: The curious case of ‘this is Minot’

August 28, 2016 Most of the sensibilities I have encountered, both professionally and personally, since I arrived in Minot have been pretty exceptional – the nature of individuals in the community, community... more »»

Give a kid a quarter, share a vision

August 27, 2016 The U.S. Mint and National Park Service recently released a commemorative coin honoring the Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. That is a nice gesture, to be sure. more »»

Law changes reflect changing times

August 26, 2016 Next week’s trial of a man charged under a relatively new state law in North Central District Court illustrates how laws reflect changing times and changing perspective. more »»

Thank a teacher this week

August 25, 2016 Whatever its challenges, frustrations and faults, Minot is certainly blessed with an abundance of good teachers who are good at what they do and who obviously care about their charges and their... more »»

Protesters seem to be a mixed bag

August 24, 2016 Protesting other people’s right to free speech might be, ironically, the “new black” in American politics these days and certainly those anti-constitutional ones are those that capture the most... more »»

Minot honors distinguished native son

August 23, 2016 Few figures could be as worthy to honor as Minot’s Dale Brown, so it was with some anticipation with which many prepared for Brown’s appearance in town this weekend for a fundraising social and for... more »»

We need a fire station in northwest Minot

August 22, 2016 Some will say that city planners finally got one right. Others, of course, will say it’s a terrible waste of taxpayers’ money. Still others, “too little, too late,” or “good idea, bad location. more »»

Protests are really impeding progress and safety

August 22, 2016 Oil and gas development has led to a revitalization of rural North Dakota, bringing new businesses to the region, more jobs and employees, and more families. more »»

It ain’t over till it’s over

August 22, 2016 I did it my way,” crooned Sinatra. Donald Trump is echoing Ol’ Blue Eyes with the latest additions to his staff. more »»

Back to school a time to forge memories

August 21, 2016 Public school children are set to return to Minot schools this week, so it’s an exciting time around many households in the area. more »»

If you care enough, speak up

August 21, 2016 ast week, a couple of women dropped by the Minot Daily News offices. more »»

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 »»



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