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Can districts work together?

December 6, 2013 Christopher Welch, Minot Minot has been growing for the last couple of years and this has caused in dramatic increase of students in our schools. more »»

Who’s paying for advertising?

December 6, 2013 Kevin Nelson, Minot I find the advertising for the upcoming election on the school bond issue to be very interesting. We are being bombarded with “Vote YES” in the paper and in TV ads. more »»

Vote ‘yes’ on Dec. 10

December 1, 2013 McKenna Brown, Minot Why should we vote ‘yes’ to the bond issue? Minot is growing and this high school is going to be overflowing with teenagers. more »»

We don’t need more schools

December 1, 2013 Robert Hale, Minot Minot voters are being asked to unnecessarily tax themselves $125 million dollars for school. more »»

Don’t follow city’s advice

December 1, 2013 Robert L. Timm, Minot Do it, don’t do it, do it! The city of Minot needs to stick to the “Don’t Do It” policy of allowing homeowners to hooking their sump pumps into the city sanitary sewer system. more »»

Know all the facts first

December 1, 2013 Ashlee Swartwout, Minot On Dec. 10, a huge decision for Minot will be made. This is the day when citizens will vote on the bond issue. more »»

Taxes are too high already

December 1, 2013 John Newcomb, Minot Do we need to raise our already high taxes to build additional schools when the state has $2 billion? It is predicted in the near future that there will not be enough room for th... more »»

Positives, negatives

December 1, 2013 Melora Haagenson, Minot The oil business in western North Dakota has brought positive changes, such as an abundance of jobs, but along with those positives are plenty of negatives. more »»

Against the school bond

December 1, 2013 Jeff Brose, Minot My youngest son, a 4th-grader, is in his second year in a portable at Perkett. While not the most convenient, he still manages to receive a quality education. more »»

Everyone is equal

December 1, 2013 Leah Helgeson, Minot Not everyone looks or acts the same. more »»

Energy independence

November 24, 2013 Jake Bloms, Minot The United States should strive for energy independence. Recently, America produced more oil than it imported, the first time since 1995. more »»

Defining moment

November 24, 2013 Connie Feist, Minot Seldom does an issue arise within a community that can be described as a defining moment for the future of its citizens. Such an issue will be voted on in Minot on Dec. more »»

Minot needs price limits

November 24, 2013 Karter Gorney, Minot The people of Minot should vote for a price limit on housing. The prices for housing and rent are through the roof in Minot. more »»

Not everyone received help

November 24, 2013 Kathy Kimball, Ryder I would like to voice my opinion to the gentleman who had a letter in Nov. 17 letters to the editor. more »»

Fighting for equality

November 24, 2013 Trisha N. Manion, Minot The war between America and Britain started new rights for all. Now we know that’s a lie. Only the white man got those rights. more »»

Bond issue needs change

November 24, 2013 Andrew Owen, Minot Minot Public Schools are experiencing overcrowding due to the limited amount of schools and space within, and because of the influx of people due to the massive oil boom. more »»

Struggling to pay rent

November 24, 2013 Garrett Picard, Minot The cost of rent is getting too high for some people in Williston due to the owners of the properties increasing rent. more »»

It’s still Thanksgiving

November 24, 2013 Connie Sveen, New Town I was listening this morning to the radio. more »»

Minot needs bond issue

November 24, 2013 Chad Wolsky, Minot In December, Minot voters will have a choice regarding the direction of our public school system. more »»

Opposing new trade treaty

November 24, 2013 Duane Stahl, Valley City The U.S. is negotiating a bilateral investment treaty with China and a Trans-Pacific Partnership with 12 countries (Obama indicates he’d welcome adding Chin. more »»

 
 

 

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