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Cleaning up dead loops

February 16, 2014 Duane Brekke, J. Dean Caldwell, Bob Knudson, JoAnn Linrud, Beth Madland , Ernie Medalen, all Minot Kim Fundingsland’s Jan. more »»

EPA?rules are a disaster

February 16, 2014 Steven Moen, Minot As more and more issues come to light over the Obamacare mandate such as the loss of 2. more »»

Smoking ads unnecessary

February 16, 2014 Heidi Tank, Rugby I have never been a smoker nor do I ever intend to, but I think the Breath Right ND ads are uncalled for. more »»

A strong new Farm Bill

February 9, 2014 Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D. This past week, Congress came together to pass a new, bipartisan five-year farm bill for North Dakota and the American people. more »»

Changing traffic

February 9, 2014 Doug Rued, Minot Our traffic situation in Minot has definitely changed. Traveling through the city you see license places from many different states. more »»

Protecting our outdoors

February 9, 2014 Rick Olek, Fargo North Dakota’s special, and it’s worth keeping it that way. As an outdoorsman and veteran, I love to hunt and fis. more »»

Drug test all the employees

February 9, 2014 Douglas Amundson, Minot I had a very good laugh when I read the park board article about drug testing of all employees with the exception of the administration staff. more »»

Life in the fast lane

February 9, 2014 James Hartung, Minot Greetings my fellow drivers; it’s nice to share the road with you all. What a pleasure it is to drive wherever I wish, whenever I wish. I see most of you everyday. more »»

Leave the village alone

February 9, 2014 Richard Reuer, Minot It breaks my heart to see how the Magic City of Minot has changed so much in the last six years since I have moved back home to live with my older brother. more »»

Let the public decide issue

February 9, 2014 Dan Caswell, Minot On Feb. 3, from 3 to 6:15 p.m. we sat and listened in the Ward County Courthouse about basically the same arguments and information over and over. more »»

Stop abusing welfare system

February 9, 2014 Nancy Bommelman, Minot I would like to know how come people are coming from another state and living off our system? They are coming from every state in the country and are on welfare. more »»

Making a big impact

February 2, 2014 Terri Aldrich, Minot I encourage everyone to show their support for Minot on Feb. more »»

Unintended results

February 2, 2014 Jim Heitz, Lignite To anyone wondering why there is a shortage of propane and a doubling and tripling of the price this year, one reason is the 2007 government mandate on ethanol production. more »»

N.D. moving forward

February 2, 2014 Ryan Rauschenberger, Bismarck This month, the North Dakota Tax Department released sales tax figures which again show a vibrant economy for our state. more »»

Good results of Prohibition

February 2, 2014 Cleo Kulish, Dickinson Your article in the Dec. more »»

Remember foundation

February 2, 2014 Lowell F. more »»

Where are the good people?

February 2, 2014 Leon Thiel, Bismarck Where are all the good people? There must be good, honest people who will sit on a citizen legislature and make decisions based on what’s good for the state and not to serve... more »»

Preserve the village

February 2, 2014 Sharon Tranby, Des Lacs The N.D. State Fair Board has served its eviction notice on the Ward County Historical Society’s Pioneer Village. A large segment of the population opposes this action. more »»

A lasting impact

February 2, 2014 Jodi Smith, Minot Trinity Health Foundation is honored to be among the organizations participating in this year’s Giving Hearts Day. more »»

Taking care of hydrants

February 2, 2014 James E. Harris, Minot I can’t help sympathize with the local “Old Timer” keeping his local fire hydrant free of snow for years, only to find the city plow covering it u. more »»



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