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Don’t let fear kill compasion

February 14, 2016 Mitchell Roth Jamestown I observe what is happening in our world and it takes my breath away. Depression. Anxiety. Obesity. Crushing college and healthcare debt. Income inequality. Mass shootings. more »»

Industrial Commission slow to react

February 14, 2016 Dorothy Ventsch New Town I agree with the first paragraph of Caren Mikesh’s recent letter to the editor. We want good leadershi. more »»

When Hillary speaks, what can we believe?

February 7, 2016 Hal Neff Bismarck Have you noticed the very obvious change of tone of the left wing editorial pieces in our newspapers? The Bismarck Tribune, the Fargo Forum, the Grand Forks Herald, and the big... more »»

Giving Hearts Day is this Thursday

February 7, 2016 Kim Whitish Minot An important day is just around the corner and it is important to me, my family, everyone in Minot, and everyone in North Dakota. Feb. more »»

Don’t drink the fluoride

February 7, 2016 Bryan Lynch Minot I am not sure if sodium fluoride – a common ingredient in toothpastes and tap water – is being added to Minot’s water supply or not, but if it is, I think it is important for us t... more »»

State delegation advocates for better nutrition

February 7, 2016 Amy and Jackson Walters Jamestown Last spring, we traveled to Washington, D.C., to talk with our representatives about the important issue of school nutrition. more »»

Planned Parenthood did no wrong

February 7, 2016 Dina Butcher Bismarck It’s time to face the truth about Planned Parenthood—they never broke the law. more »»

Where is the humanity?

February 7, 2016 Sarah Slotter Ellington At what point did profit become more important than allowing survivors to grieve and process human emotion? While wondering if the definition of “orphan” still applies when... more »»

Trump is a spoiled brat

February 7, 2016 Jack Mattson Minot Donald Trump is an egotistical, self-centered hatemonger. He reminds me of a spoiled brat. He isn’t man enough to face the tough questions. more »»

Snowmobilers need to pay attention

January 31, 2016 Mark Bent Surrey While the last two years have been lacking in snow for the outdoors sports minded folks, this year has provided a bit more of the white stuff. more »»

Low oil prices due to excess of crude

January 31, 2016 Ronald Carlson Bismarck Who was it that said we can not drill to lower gas prices? Whoever it was was really, really wrong. It shows how little the person knows about how businesses function. more »»

State Industrial Commission doing good job

January 31, 2016 Caren Mikesh Fargo Good leadership isn’t loud, it isn’t glitzy, and it doesn’t always grab headlines. Yet, it is the kind of leadership we want. more »»

Succeed grant a success

January 31, 2016 Louise Dardis, Fargo Jen Carlson, Fordville Kyle Davison, Fargo In 2012, Hess Corporation made a $25 million grant to North Dakota in a new effort termed Succeed 2020. more »»

MLK Day ignored

January 31, 2016 Peter Schieferdecker Minot January 18 was Martin Luther King Day, a federal holiday. Part of the so-called greater Minot community is Minot Air Force Base. more »»

Pray for the U.S. and Franklin Graham tour

January 31, 2016 Kenny Bugbee Tioga Because of all the sinful and wicked things going on in our country it seems like the atheists are winning the battle for people’s souls and there is no hope for America and God... more »»

Student seeking help with N.D. report

January 31, 2016 Carter Fifth-grader Puyallup, Wash. I am a student at Cascade Christian Schools, and I am writing a report on the state of North Dakota. more »»


January 24, 2016 ‘Logging Camp’ a good read M.L. Berg Minot I enjoyed the article on the Logging Camp Ranch in Billings County that appeared in the B section of the paper for Sunday, Jan. 10. more »»

Rallying against pornography

November 1, 2015 Catholic Daughters of the Americas, Court St. Elizabeth No. 170 in Minot, supports the Nation Center on Sexual Exploitation (formerly Morality in Media). more »»

President Kelley just keeps on giving!

November 1, 2015 The University of North Dakota announced another change in the process to select a new nickname. The new Kelley Law says that the top three choices would run off for the official new nickname. more »»

Time to get drugs off the streets

November 1, 2015 There are so many drugs in this town it’s just awful. It’s also widespread across the state. If you think your kids aren’t doing drugs, guess again. Check your children’s rooms. more »»



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