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Pass the Clean Water Amendment

August 24, 2014 Sandi Kruse Drake Maybe some readers out there have heard of the Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks Amendment. I would like to point out how important this measure is for our state. more »»

Who will Goehring represent?

August 24, 2014 Dan Sobieck Butte “We have plenty of confidence in this country but we are a little short of good men to place our confidence in,” so said Will Roger. more »»

Kids smarter than Industrial Commission

August 24, 2014 Shelly Ventsch New Town I think it’s now official. Three out of four kids are smarter than the State Industrial Commission. They recognize a “special place” when they see one. more »»

No scare: Vote ‘yes’ on Measure 1

August 24, 2014 Ronald Fischer Grand Forks Measure 1 on the November ballot, passed with overwhelming and bipartisan support by the North Dakota Legislature, will amend the North Dakota Constitution to state in... more »»

Muslims are killing Muslims

August 24, 2014 Ronald O.J. Carlson Bismarck “Muslims killing Muslims” should be the title of what is currently happening in Ira. more »»

No solution to those downstream

August 17, 2014 Kevin Nelson Minot I just finished reading a front page article titled “Fix for Flooding,” by Jill Schramm, which applauds the actions of the city in finding a solution to the flooding issues in the... more »»

Cleaning up ‘zombie homes’

August 17, 2014 Rep. Scott Louser Minot The abandoned properties, or zombie homes as they’ve been referred to in Minot, have become one of the flood related issues that needs resolutio. more »»

Feist a credit to the Minot Park Board

August 17, 2014 Patrice Ann Mitchell Minot A huge thank you to Connie Feist and the Minot Park Board and staff for helping keep Roosevelt Pool open until the end of August. more »»

Don’t take chances with our coal

August 17, 2014 Lois Neff Bismarck The EPA has proposed a ruling that threatens to kill the coal-fired electrical generation industry and the coal industry along with it. An Aug. more »»

Fortunate for support of our delegation

August 17, 2014 Rose Schafhauser Stillwater, Minn. On behalf of our Midwest Association for Medical Equipment Services, the North Dakota suppliers would like to extend our thanks to Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., Sen. more »»

Vote Ryan Taylor for ag commissioner

August 17, 2014 Warren D. Larson Bismarck A recent study funded by the North Dakota Petroleum Council studied the flammability of Bakken crude. They determined that it was quite safe to transport via rail. more »»

‘Washington Monument’ principle

August 10, 2014 Dan Sobieck Butte Today I heard the shocking news that the proposed Conservation Initiative will siphon money directly away from school children. Right on schedule. more »»

A lot of money to get on the ballot

August 10, 2014 Jeff Fox Minot Why would a group spend nearly a million dollars to get an initiated measure on the November ballot? That’s how much money was spent to gather the 41,000 signatures needed to get the... more »»

Vote ‘no’ on Measure 1 in November

August 10, 2014 Nikki Berg Burin Grand Forks Last December I held my grandmother’s hand as she took her last breath in the Alzheimer’s unit of her nursing home. more »»

‘The illusion of unlimited resources’

August 10, 2014 James and Ann Moore Parsons, Kan. According to the Census Bureau, our U.S. population is about 318.6 million. Reportedly, our workforce includes about 146.4 million (46 percent), 116. more »»

Why won’t Goehring debate Taylor?

August 10, 2014 Curtis Stofferahn Grand Forks Where’s the current Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and why is he afraid to debate Ryan Taylor? Ryan Taylor has called on Commissioner Doug Goehring to debate hi... more »»

Measure 1 opposition is misleading

August 10, 2014 Nathan Joraanstad Fargo Recently, there has been a huge push to label Measure 1 in a negative light. more »»

Get gates open so we can fish

August 3, 2014 Troy Johnson Williston What is wrong with the Corps of Engineers? I always thought they worked for the people of the U.S. more »»

Prisoners should work for a living

August 3, 2014 Nancy Bommelman Minot I would like to know something. more »»

Sinner only worried about getting paid

August 3, 2014 Jeff Miller Rugby George Sinner apparently thinks it’s inexcusable to meet with important federal officials, yet it’s perfectly fine for him to skip town for a vacation during the most important... more »»

 
 
 

 

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