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Hillary sharpens, Trump softens. He's rising, she's falling

September 19, 2016 f you are the status quo candidate in a change election in which the national mood is sour and two-thirds of the electorate think the country is on the wrong track, what do you do? Attack. more »»

An opportunity to bring your ideas forward

September 18, 2016 Many times, Minot Daily News has encouraged Minot residents to take the time and make the commitment to get involved in the community. more »»

Inspiration and motivation

September 18, 2016 Some 25 years ago, I ended up on a call list for a journalism trade magazine’s staff writer for an article she was working on about the motivation behind young journalists’ decisions to enter the... more »»

The uprising is about more than a pipeline

September 18, 2016 Even though failures happen, pipelines are still the safest method for transporting large volumes of oil across the country. The hazards of railcars have been clearly demonstrated. more »»

Minot liquor laws worth re-examining

September 16, 2016 It’s a good move for Minot’s future for an ad hoc committee to be looking at city liquor laws, including service hours and limiting the number of retail licenses available. more »»

Best wishes to the government change committee

September 15, 2016 Earlier this year, Minot voters decided overwhelmingly to change the structure of the city government, reducing the size of the council from 14 to six members, doing away with the ward system and... more »»

Passage of bill targeting Native American youth a good step

September 14, 2016 This week’s announcement that a bipartisan bill aimed at improving the lives of Native American children took a step closer to realization should be hailed in this region as a good and much needed... more »»

Addressing the scourge of drugs

September 13, 2016 One of the most important aspects of helping create a better tomorrow is addressing today’s problems and embracing potential solutions as a community. more »»

ND needs to get serious about obesity

September 12, 2016 A new report shows that one-third of the state’s population is obese, the 17th highest rate in the country. Those are not stats that bode well for North Dakota or individually for residents. more »»

Remembering Sept. 11, 2001

September 11, 2016 For many, it’s hard to believe that it’s been 15 years since the nation sat in horror as we, as a people, became victims of a previously unfathomable assault on our way of life. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: No justice for Dumpster Dog

September 11, 2016 Few stories have prompted as much commentary and as many phone calls and emails to Minot Daily News as the sad case of “Dumpster Dog. more »»

Plenty to do in ND after Labor Day

September 10, 2016 Unless we miss our guess by a longshot, the sun did come up this morning in North Dakota. more »»

Trim the budget, pay just one sheriff

September 9, 2016 It’s time for Ward County to pay just one person for serving as sheriff. more »»

Public sector health benefits might need re-examination

September 8, 2016 While it was good news to see Ward County planning to, relatively, toe the line on spending, one line item stood out from other specifics. more »»

Minot must consider all flood protection options

September 7, 2016 Recent discussion about the possibility of restructuring the produced revenue flow line from the half-cent dedicated to flood protection is a reasonable idea to explore. more »»

City not equipped for chicken patrol duty

September 6, 2016 The popularity of farmers markets and backyard and urban collective gardens might be evidence of people becoming more reliant on themselves and their neighbors for simple nutritional needs, but the... more »»

Measure 4 is bad tax policy for all of us in ND

September 6, 2016 read Lloyd Omdahl’s opinion column “Cigarette tax initiated to bypass stubborn legislature,” regarding Measure 4 on our ballot this November. more »»

Standing with working families

September 6, 2016 Many of us enjoyed the long weekend at barbecues, parades, and family gathering. more »»

Survivor’s story reinforces health warnings

September 5, 2016 Last week we introduced you to Wayne Bethke of Minot. He was stricken with West Nile Virus three years ago and has had a miserable time recovering. What a courageous fight he has put u. more »»

Burdick realignment is wasteful

September 4, 2016 A million dollars here, a million dollars there – eventually it adds up to real money. more »»

 
 

 

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