August 18, 2013 James Cron, Flaxton Driving attitudes in North Dakota have to change. more »»
In support of Pioneer Village
August 18, 2013 Louise Boucher, Minot The Pioneer Village should remain where it is at. Minot has always destroyed old things, including the railroad roundhouse and the Lindha Gallery which was on North Hill. more »»
Minot’s best days ahead
August 17, 2013 Curt Zimbelman, Mayor of Minot Many of the recent visitors to the State Fair must be amazed at how far we’ve come from the flood of 2011. The impression can’t be missed. more »»
Proud to live in North Dakota
August 11, 2013 Jerome Behm, Burlington I am writing to comment on the letter written by Don Feller which appeared in the Sunday, July 28, 2013, issue of The Minot Daily New. more »»
Am I missing something?
August 11, 2013 Richard Pardon, Minot I must be missing something! One week the Minot City Council votes down a Walmart expansion project, which was going to create 300 new jobs at their own expense, and the next... more »»
Courtesy on the roads in N.D.
August 11, 2013 Rodney Peterson, Minot When you’re out on the road and you happen to come upon an emergency vehicle (including tow trucks), North Dakota state law requires drivers approaching an authorized emergenc... more »»
Thank you, groundskeepers
August 11, 2013 Clay Rein, Minot I would like to humbly thank the groundskeepers at Rosehill Memorial Park cemetery for their fine work in keeping up the cemetery so beautifully. more »»
Democrats out of touch
August 4, 2013 Marlene Axtman, Jamestown Recently, Democrats have really out done themselves in the outlandish name-calling category. more »»
August 4, 2013 Richard Betting, Valley City What are the reasons for the rise of Devils Lake over the past 20 years? That should be one of the questions asked in any discussion of Devils Lake water issues. more »»
More luxury apartments?
August 4, 2013 Nancy Bommelman, Minot I have a question for these so-called investors from out-of-state and in-state who are building on North Hill: Who can afford this? A tennis court and a theatre? Tell me an... more »»
Eliminate MAGIC Fund
August 4, 2013 Nick Schmitz, Minot Recently The Minot Daily News wrote an editorial on July 24, 2013, questioning the city giving $4.4 million to multiple private and government related entitie. more »»
The past comes alive
August 4, 2013 Arlene Saugstad, Minot When, many years ago, long before Google, iPad, Facebook, email, texting, Twitter and Kindle, a handful of Ward County men and women gathered together to make sure as humanly... more »»
Thanks for Declaration
August 4, 2013 Marty Graner, Minot On July 4, 2013, The Minot Daily News printed the Declaration of the United States of America. Notice this is on one page of the paper. more »»
What about the missing?
July 28, 2013 Sue Evans, Minot The missing individuals are mounting. Families are at a loss of what to do and have to gain a fast education. Our laws focused on smoking, abortion, same sex right. more »»
Shame on North Dakota
July 28, 2013 Don Feller, Portland, Ore. Having been born and educated for 16 years in North Dakota, I am stunned by the drastic turn of attitudes by the electorate of North Dakota. more »»
July 28, 2013 A few days ago, a letter to the editor appeared in The Minot Daily News concerning the disparity in “Hub City” funding between Minot, Williston, and Dickinson. more »»
Minot lacks traffic safety
July 28, 2013 Marilyn Nelson, Todd Merritt, Minot We want to draw the attention of the citizens of the Southwest 37th Avenue and 10th Street Southwest area of Minot. more »»
Proud to be part of boom
July 28, 2013 Chris Norgaard, Tioga In 2008, the nation’s economy was stagnant while North Dakota thrived on a strong agricultural economy and a technology base on the east side of the state. more »»