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Saltwater spill: Enough already

July 12, 2014 It’s a story that keeps occurring with far too much regularity in northwestern North Dakota: About 1 million gallons of saltwater has leaked from a pipeline, with some of the water leaking into a ba... more »»

Too busy to visit the border

July 11, 2014 President Barack Obama was in Texas this week, according to the White House. Was he taking a look at a major humanitarian crisis in that state and Arizona? No. more »»

On the federal radar

July 10, 2014 The rest of the nation is well-aware of the ongoing oil boom in western North Dakota, where jobs are plentiful and there is good money to be made. more »»

Scrambling broadcasts unnecessary

July 9, 2014 Soon the days of Minot residents and members of the news media having access to police emergency broadcasts will be a thing of the pas. more »»

No money for coal, but Chile?

July 8, 2014 President Barack Obama’s administration has slashed hundreds of millions of dollars out of research programs to find ways to burn coal more cleanly at power plant. more »»

Waning patriotism

July 8, 2014 You wouldn’t think, five years into the Obama presidency, that so many liberal Americans wouldn’t like America. more »»

Is the medium the menace?

July 8, 2014 An aspiring rapper posts his lyrics on Facebook, suggesting a Halloween costume with his estranged wife’s “head on a stick. more »»

Independence in the United States

July 8, 2014 After a brief holiday last week, I returned to some heavy reading courtesy of the federal government. Some of the materials that I read were gratifying, and one was terrifying. more »»

Obama’s one-man battle

July 7, 2014 Congress would not go along with President Barack Obama’s plan to close down coal-fired power plants and drive electricity prices up. So Obama is acting on his own to do so. U.. more »»

The week that was

July 6, 2014 NO FESTIVAL OF THE PARKS? – Count us among those disappointed that Minot’s annual Festival of the Parks wasn’t held this year on the Fourth of July holiday. more »»

People who lack respect

July 4, 2014 We know Minot is changing. Everyone knows the city is having growing pains brought on by the rapid influx of residents and new businesses, most of it fueled by the growth of the oil industr. more »»

‘Chronic system failures’

July 3, 2014 “Significant and chronic system failures” have occurred at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to a just-concluded White House investigatio. more »»

Bypassing Congress, again

July 2, 2014 We’re confused by President Barack Obama’s statement on Monday that he’s prepared to move forward on immigration reform by bypassing Congress and doing it himself. more »»

Artspace: Persistence pays off

July 1, 2014 More than a decade ago, a project was launched to bring affordable housing for artists to downtown Minot, along with retail space and locations for art-related endeavors. more »»

Let’s call them what they are

June 30, 2014 Boko Haram, in Nigeria, uses tactics such as surrounding churches, then burning them down to kill all inside. more »»

The week that was

June 29, 2014 SIX-DAY DELIVERY – Saturday mail delivery, and the continued threat of its discontinuation, is back in the news. more »»

Attend board retreat

June 28, 2014 Anyone wishing to get a glimpse of the future of the Minot Public School District should attend the Minot Public School Board’s retreat Monday at the Grand Hotel. Supt. more »»

IRS claim simply isn’t believable

June 27, 2014 Using illegal methods to harm one’s political opponents, then lying to cover it up, is serious business, as former President Richard Nixon learned. more »»

Zimbelman has served proudly

June 26, 2014 Curt Zimbleman may not be sitting in the Minot mayor’s chair any more, but we’re willing to bet that he will keep himself well-informed of the activity around the city. more »»

Minot facing challenges

June 24, 2014 Chuck Barney will be sworn in as Minot’s new mayor tonight. He has much work ahead of him, and his honeymoon will be short-lived. more »»



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