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Artspace: Persistence pays off

July 1, 2014 More than a decade ago, a project was launched to bring affordable housing for artists to downtown Minot, along with retail space and locations for art-related endeavors. more »»

Let’s call them what they are

June 30, 2014 Boko Haram, in Nigeria, uses tactics such as surrounding churches, then burning them down to kill all inside. more »»

The week that was

June 29, 2014 SIX-DAY DELIVERY – Saturday mail delivery, and the continued threat of its discontinuation, is back in the news. more »»

Attend board retreat

June 28, 2014 Anyone wishing to get a glimpse of the future of the Minot Public School District should attend the Minot Public School Board’s retreat Monday at the Grand Hotel. Supt. more »»

IRS claim simply isn’t believable

June 27, 2014 Using illegal methods to harm one’s political opponents, then lying to cover it up, is serious business, as former President Richard Nixon learned. more »»

Zimbelman has served proudly

June 26, 2014 Curt Zimbleman may not be sitting in the Minot mayor’s chair any more, but we’re willing to bet that he will keep himself well-informed of the activity around the city. more »»

Minot facing challenges

June 24, 2014 Chuck Barney will be sworn in as Minot’s new mayor tonight. He has much work ahead of him, and his honeymoon will be short-lived. more »»

What to do about Iraq?

June 23, 2014 Iraq, where nearly 4,500 Americans died in what appears to have been a futile attempt to change the very culture of that violence-torn region, may be about to fall to a radically militant Islamic... more »»

The week that was

June 22, 2014 COMPLICATED QUESTION? ­– For at least a week, reporters for The Minot Daily News asked what should be a relatively easy question for members of the Convention and Visitors Bureau committee to... more »»

Confusing federal positions

June 21, 2014 Supporters of growing industrial hemp in the United States continue to encounter roadblocks, courtesy of the federal government. more »»

IRS’ great computer crash

June 20, 2014 Members of Congress investigating Internal Revenue Service harassment of conservative organizations got quite a shock a few days ago. more »»

Texting numbers a concern

June 19, 2014 Despite recent laws banning the practice of texting and driving and education efforts aimed at young drivers, a new survey shows North Dakota and South Dakota have the highest rates of high-school... more »»

Canvassing board made wrong choice

June 18, 2014 The Ward County canvassing board made a mistake this week in deciding not to take the time to count the individual vote totals for write-in candidates for Minot’s mayoral race this past week. more »»

Expected, but still impressive

June 17, 2014 It’s not exactly shocking news, given the well-known and ongoing oil boom, but North?Dakota’s economy continues to be the best among all states. The U.S. more »»

Hillary doesn’t get it

June 16, 2014 Hillary Clinton whined to an interviewer this past week that when she and former President Bill Clinton left the White House in 2001, they were “dead broke. more »»

The week that was

June 15, 2014 RELEASE THE VOTE TOTALS – The election for Minot’s mayor this past week unveiled a noticable split among the voters who took the time to cast their ballots. more »»

Veterans problems persist

June 14, 2014 When President Barack Obama’s Veterans Affairs secretary, Eric Shinseki, announced his resignation recently, the president said “the VA needs new leadership,” in order to address the systemic... more »»

Pathetic voter turnout

June 13, 2014 Ward County residents ought to be downright embarrassed. Voter turnout in Tuesday’s election was dismal, to say the least. In Ward County, only 7. more »»

Taking notice of results

June 12, 2014 Chuck Barney was elected Minot’s new mayor Tuesday night, but the unofficial results show a noticable split among the city’s voter. more »»

Americans lose in the war on coal

June 11, 2014 It has become perfectly clear that President Barack Obama’s goal is to shut down coal-fired power plants — whether doing so is essential in battling climate change or not. more »»



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