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Increased persecution of Christians

July 5, 2015 This past week denotes a sad time in the history of America. more »»

Don’t tamper with Pledge of Allegiance

July 5, 2015 I visited the new Longfellow Elementary School this week. I was picking up my grandson from a wonderful specialty class the Minot Public Schools had offered. more »»

Don’t worry about effect on your religion

July 5, 2015 With the case of Obergefell v. Hodges the Supreme Court reaffirmed the United State’s motto of E Pluribus Unum (out of many, one). The History of the United States is marked with many blemishes. more »»

Stop forcing religious views into laws

July 5, 2015 By virtue of its name, the Supreme Court of the United States of America has made its ruling on same sex marriage. Still several N.D. more »»

Supporting Legislature’s reconvene

June 21, 2015 Democrats have been acting like the decision to postpone a final decision on the NDPERS budget bill was some great tragedy. more »»

Time for better climate stewardship

June 21, 2015 Around North Dakota these days, those with the loudest voices have sought to brand human health and environmental concern related to fossil fuel extraction and production as negative, job-killing, o... more »»

Insist that politicians put children first

June 21, 2015 On June 10, 2015, the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs held an oversight hearing “Addressing the Need for Victim Services in Indian Country.” We agree all assault victims in the U.S. more »»

Our kids deserve the best care

June 21, 2015 The Schulte Report begins with the sentence “The North Dakota mental health and substance abuse system is in crisi. more »»

Thank Hoeven for pro-growth stances

June 21, 2015 Thank you to U.S. Senator John Hoeven for supporting pro-growth legislation in the U.S. Senate. more »»

Education & Opportunities

June 14, 2015 MINOT?COMMISSION ON?AGING MENU at Parker Senior Center Please call the Parker Senior Center at 852-0561 to reserve or cancel a meal. Meal reservations or cancellations are preferred by 5 p.. more »»

Construction woes will be worth it

June 14, 2015 Regarding all the construction in our downtown this summer and for next summer — let’s just say, “Thanks.” Thank you for the new parking ramps that are now getting completed. more »»

A thank you to the drug task force

June 14, 2015 I’d like to give a high five and hats off to the drug task force. What those men and women do and sacrifice for this county and city is unbelievable. more »»

Sen. Hoeven, Minot AFB’s advocate

June 14, 2015 As a long-time resident of Minot, there is not a time that comes to mind that Senator John Hoeven has not been a tireless advocate for the Minot Air Force Base. more »»

Comfortable without all the free money

June 14, 2015 I am writing to you on your V.A. overspending (editorial) and I stand with you. But I think you went too far east. more »»

‘Pride Minot’ is pushing its own agenda

June 14, 2015 I am writing in regards to the article in the May 5 paper titled, “Waving The Banne. more »»

Time to lift the oil export ban

June 14, 2015 Our nation today has an opportunity to change the world for the better, and this change can come from North Dakota. more »»

The real problem IS racism

June 7, 2015 In Lloyd Omdahl’s recent op-ed, “Parenting Trumps Ethnicity in School Suspensions,” he tries to make a compelling argument that the recent statistics showing that Hispanic, African-American and... more »»

A message of thanks

June 7, 2015 On May 22, 2015, our son Jason graduated high school from the Mandaree School and our daughter Marea graduated eighth grade from Mandaree School. more »»

A moment to congratulate students

June 7, 2015 As the end of the 2014-2015 school year concludes, Minot High School’s successful high-ranking teams should be commended for their hard work, team work, sportsmanship and work ethic. more »»

Oppose bad trade deals

June 7, 2015 Hoping to avoid wars, in 1952 six European nations negotiated a “Coal and Steel Community,” which has morphed into a 28-nation European Union super-state that will eventually obliterate national... more »»



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