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National debt still growing

April 23, 2014 Americans seem to have become numb to worry about our astronomical national debt, already at $17.5 trillio. more »»

Keystone waffling continues

April 22, 2014 The Obama administration continued to kick the Keystone XL pipeline project down the road last week, with its announcement late Friday that there will be an indefinite extension of the government’s... more »»

EPA rules costly to consumers

April 21, 2014 Few federal officials have the kind of virtually unbridled power enjoyed by the Environmental Protection Agenc. more »»

The week that was

April 20, 2014 WASTE WATER – City officials in Portland, Ore., said last week they will drain 38 million gallons of treated water into its sewage system after a teen was caught urinating in the reservoir. more »»

Ongoing blight in the city

April 19, 2014 We realize that owners of damaged homes in the city’s flood zone have rights, and that every home still sitting in disrepair has its own unique story. more »»

Stopping illegal dumping

April 17, 2014 A truck driver has been charged with illegally dumping oil drilling waste material that included salt water. more »»

Hoffner’s difficult choice

April 16, 2014 Minot State University is looking for a head football coach – again. more »»

Freedom day moves later again

April 15, 2014 Tax Freedom Day for Americans, on average, is April 21 this year. more »»

Budget sleight of hand

April 14, 2014 It used to be that liberals were known as the tax-and-spend crowd. Now they are the tax, borrow and spend group, as a federal budget proposal unveiled Monday makes plain. more »»

The week that was

April 13, 2014 POSITIVE STATE – A recent Gallup poll showed that North Dakota residents were the most positive in the nation about their public school system, with 87 percent of responders rating the system as... more »»

Dog attack: Think about the victims

April 12, 2014 This week’s dog attack that injured two Minot women has brought out the usual arguments surrounding pitbulls, largely on social media sites. Most of the postings we’ve read miss the point entirely. more »»

Mortgage industry changes

April 11, 2014 It is difficult — with good reason — to believe that any “reform” initiated in the U.S. more »»

Small voter turnout a concern

April 10, 2014 “This is good news,” Minot Public School District Supt. Mark Vollmer told The Minot Daily News on Tuesday. The “good news” Vollmer spoke of was the passage of a $39. more »»

Better to cry wolf than to cry later

April 9, 2014 In case you hadn’t noticed, Minot and the surrounding area is becoming a dangerous place to live. more »»

Champions are needed in Minot

April 8, 2014 Spring is never a good time to judge a city by its looks. more »»

Biggest shell game in history

April 7, 2014 It is not really amazing what a combination of coercion and giveaways can accomplish in a yea. more »»

The week that was

April 6, 2014 ALL ABOARD – Amtrak officials announced this past week that they are changing the schedule for its Empire Builder passenger train, which runs daily between Chicago, Seattle, and Portland, Ore. more »»

River Front and Center looks ahead

April 5, 2014 The River Front and Center open house this past week gave area residents a chance to take a glimpse at a potential future view of neighborhoods near the Souris River throughout the cit. more »»

Expanded replay working

April 4, 2014 Major League Baseball began its 2014 season earlier this week with expanded rules for the use of instant replay. It’s about time. more »»

 
 

 

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