‘The illusion of unlimited resources’
August 10, 2014 James and Ann Moore Parsons, Kan. According to the Census Bureau, our U.S. population is about 318.6 million. Reportedly, our workforce includes about 146.4 million (46 percent), 116. more »»
Why won’t Goehring debate Taylor?
August 10, 2014 Curtis Stofferahn Grand Forks Where’s the current Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and why is he afraid to debate Ryan Taylor? Ryan Taylor has called on Commissioner Doug Goehring to debate hi... more »»
Sinner only worried about getting paid
August 3, 2014 Jeff Miller Rugby George Sinner apparently thinks it’s inexcusable to meet with important federal officials, yet it’s perfectly fine for him to skip town for a vacation during the most important... more »»
Students in opposition to Measure 3
August 3, 2014 Matthew Perdue Ray By now you’ve probably heard the growing buzz surrounding Measure 3, but do you know what this legislation really does? As a student at Dickinson State University, I’ve worked to... more »»
When did Idaho change its state flag?
August 3, 2014 Linda Shackelford Pompano Beach, Fla. I was raised in Minot and would enjoy the State Fair parade whenever I was in town during the summer, however this year the parade was a big disappointmen. more »»
About holding Stenehjem accountable
August 3, 2014 Kiara Kraus-Parr Grand Forks North Dakota is a wonderful place to live. I know this first hand. This is where I chose to build my life, my law practice, and my famil. more »»
Time to clean up the mess
July 27, 2014 Cathy Miller Devils Lake I am visiting family here in Minot on July 21, 2014. The Magic City is bustling with activity during the State Fair! YOUR city represents our State July 16-26. more »»
Letters to the Editor
July 20, 2014 ‘What would Jesus do?’ Jessica Arneson Fargo As a nation “built on Christian values,” the current influx of immigrant children fleeing their homelands in hopes of finding safety begs the question,... more »»
Wharton has done good job
July 13, 2014 Rev. Charles Farmer, Minot My sister from Kansas City recently visited. It was her first time in North Dakota. The thing that impressed her most was the city parks. more »»
Taking care of our kids
July 13, 2014 Wayne Rowe, Minot It was July 7, not a hot day in Minot – thankfully. You, are a shorter woman who had to take care of business at the DMV. Just a normal day for everyone at the DMV. more »»
Tobacco tax is far too low
July 13, 2014 Jay Taylor, Durbin The state of North Dakota just recently unveiled newly designed license plates that will be used and distributed over the coming months/years. more »»
The state’s responsibility
July 13, 2014 Ronald Burleson, Minot I have a couple things I would like to talk about. This state is constantly telling everyone about the Bakken oil patch and how great it is. more »»
Growing pains in N.D.
July 6, 2014 Matthew D. Layman, St. Paul, Minn. I had the pleasure of practicing as a physician for 11 years in Bismarck. North Dakota is a beautiful state with much to offer. more »»
Debris isn’t appreciated
July 6, 2014 West Lake Condo, Association, Minot On behalf of the West Lake Condo Association we would like to inform the Dakota Square Mall that we do not appreciate all the debris we receive from their snow... more »»
A very bright future in N.D.
July 6, 2014 Steve Pine, Bismarck As our state passes one billion barrels of total Bakken production and marks one million barrels of oil per day, I can’t help but think of how far our state has come since I... more »»