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Drugs in this town getting out of hand

August 16, 2015 Welcome to North Dakota where you can bring a lot of drugs into this state and get caught, get away with it and not go to jail. Post bond, and do it all over again. more »»

Nicotine not the culprit it’s made out to be

August 16, 2015 Anti-smoking groups have not done their research before making their ads. Nicotine is not the culprit they make it out to be. more »»

Outstanding season for MSU Summer Theatre

August 9, 2015 Another season of Summer Theatre on the MSU campus has ended. What an outstanding season it was. We were able to attend three of the five productions and found each of them so entertaining. more »»

Correcting and clarifying history

August 9, 2015 History recorded should be history corrected and clarifie. more »»

Giving humans the benefit of the doubt

August 9, 2015 I have been following the story of Cecil the Lion with great interest because I am a retired dentist and longtime big game hunter. more »»

Support move to clean energy economy

August 9, 2015 Climate change is real. more »»

Oh, please!

August 9, 2015 Last summer I endured hunter Mark Hamilton’s reports in The Minot Daily News of his exploits in Africa. As a hunter and gun owner, I was curious and mildly entertained; I kept my skepticism in check. more »»

Save money, raise the dam

August 9, 2015 Minot’s share of the $27 million price tag to protect just the water treatment plant is a little over $4 million. I have a plan to save the city that tidy sum. Very simple, RAISE THE DAMN DAM. more »»

Not what we voted for

August 9, 2015 In 2011 we voted to extend the 1 percent tax of NAWS tax because they had enough money. The money was to be used for city and county infrastructure and tax relief. more »»

Fill the Boot generosity lauded

August 2, 2015 As the North Dakota Area Director for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, I have the privilege of spending my days traveling to various parts of the state in the summer and early fall working with... more »»

A cry against the injustices in Gaza

August 2, 2015 Gaza, a year after Israel carried out a devastating bombing campaign that lasted almost two months, is in ruins. Most of the water is unsafe to drink. There are power outages for up to 12 hours a day. more »»

Only a victory in Washington

August 2, 2015 “Hi, I’m from Washington, D.C., and I’m here to help you. more »»

Don’t let the NCAA win in Sioux matter

August 2, 2015 A lot of justifiable emotion has been expressed recently over the University of North Dakota’s nickname change. I hope cooler heads prevail and that attacks on the institution itself cease. more »»

Weeds could cause an accident

July 26, 2015 I don’t know who is responsible for weed control along the north side of the Cash Wise parking lot, but the weeds need to be cut. They are so high that they block a departing driver’s vision. more »»

What was Fair called before?

July 26, 2015 I am sure there has been a fair in Minot for more than 50 year. more »»

Exporting crude a bad idea

July 26, 2015 There has been a lot of advertising lately by the oil industry promoting lifting the ban on exporting American crude oil. more »»

Support funding request

July 26, 2015 Completion of the two parking structures in Downtown Minot must be a priority for our community leader. more »»

Separating Christian values

July 26, 2015 As a Christian mental health therapist, I so agree in the letter to the editor by Norma Hill regarding her quote from the Bible passage by Romans 15:7: “Christ accepted you, so you should accept eac... more »»

Setting the record straight

July 19, 2015 A letter from Andy Peterson, president/CEO of the Greater North Dakota Chamber of Commerce, (“Chamber will continue to advocate for members,” appearing in The Minot Daily News July 12, 2015)... more »»

Longfellow Pledge a lesson in history

July 19, 2015 In a recent letter to the editor, a claim was made that Minot Public Schools had removed “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance. more »»



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