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Respect for police an issue ... everywhere

July 9, 2016 Even in the aftermath of an atrocity such as the police massacre in Dallas Thursday night, it is easy for residents of smaller cities and towns to feel as if they are immune to such incident. more »»

Now is not the time to forget the record flood of 2011

July 8, 2016 There has been considerable news coverage of the fifth anniversary of the 2011 Souris River flood. more »»

Manager’s resignation presents challenge to Minot

July 7, 2016 After a week or so of rumors around town, it was still a slight surprise when City Manager Lee Staab announced Tuesday evening that he would be moving on from the city later this summer. more »»

Hopefully, city council resolves structural questions quickly

July 5, 2016 On the surface, the change in the city council structure seems pretty simple: reduce the number of seats, have a citywide vote next year to fill the new seats and have the mayor join in on votes. more »»

It’s our Independence Day, so feel free to celebrate

July 4, 2016 We as a people have long celebrated Independence Day in different ways. Picnics and cookouts are essentials for some people. more »»

Longtime council members have much still to offer

July 3, 2016 With the results of last month’s election bringing new blood to the Minot City Council, longtime members of that body are moving on. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Questions & answers week

July 3, 2016 #Every once in a while in Editor’s Notebook, I will respond to questions from readers. more »»

City correct to hear complaints from mobile home residents

July 2, 2016 It’s good to see the City of Minot finally taking some responsibility for the problems caused to former residents of Odd’s Mobile Home Park by a city relocation problem. more »»

Minot fireworks ordinance is nanny state nonsense

July 1, 2016 July 4th celebrations have already begun in some families that look forward each year to shooting off fireworks – lots of fireworks. more »»

In good times, city might look at alternate funding mechanism

June 29, 2016 Last week’s announcement that Visit Minot is having to make considerable adjustments to its budget because of continued fall-off in lodging and car rental taxes is disconcerting and accentuates the... more »»

No magic bullet for economy in 2016

June 29, 2016 Just as it seemed that rumors around town and around the energy industry had it that activity in the Bakken was going to take off in the summer, those in the know put a kabosh on any real upward... more »»

Oak Park Shopping Center a sign of re-birth

June 28, 2016 With news that both the trampoline center and returning theater are in the pipeline for the near future at Oak Park Shopping Center, we are about to lose yet another reminder of the flood of 2011. more »»

Miss Minot Pageant back in town

June 27, 2016 Congratulations to our new Miss Minot, Cassandra Stauffer. She was chosen from a field of six candidates Sunday at the State Fair Center in front of an excited and appreciative crowd. more »»

Fighting Hawks logo marks a new chapter in UND history

June 26, 2016 Another chapter in the history of the University of North Dakota was begun last week with the unveiling of the new Fighting Hawks logo. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: The decision process for news story ideas

June 26, 2016 In the past, I have written quite a bit about our editorial page at Minot Daily News – where positions come from, the process and the ethics behind i. more »»

Bon Voyage to (former) Dakota Square Mall clock

June 25, 2016 One never knows what will become an icon in time. Old buildings considered eyesores one day will become landmarks in the future. more »»

Better days ahead for Ward County Jail?

June 24, 2016 Hopefully, there are better days ahead for the Ward County Jail The monitor responsible for helping the Ward County Jail achieve performance expectations has reached the end of his 18-month mission. more »»

Good to see ag culture carrying on

June 23, 2016 Whether it’s corporate farming or economics, a new generation’s interests or technology, the agriculture/farming/ranching culture is very different than it was in decades past. more »»

Ward County may be ready to move on

June 22, 2016 Ward County Sheriff Steve Kukowski has yet to have his day in court, but it is certainly looking like he has served his last day in office. more »»

Official event coordinator worth considering

June 21, 2016 Even those who don’t take part in events such as the North Dakota State Fair, Hosfest, Ribfest, iMagicon, etc. more »»

 
 

 

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