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Climate scare tactics

September 3, 2013 Climate alarmists have a new toy with which to play — but it may not be as pleasing as they hope. more »»

Troubling behavior by teens

September 2, 2013 Vicious teenagers have been in the news from both Duncan, Okla., and Spokane, Wash. In Oklahoma, three boys, ages 15, 16 and 17, allegedly shot an Australian college student to death “for fu. more »»

The week that was

September 1, 2013 GOOD NEWS FOR MINOT STATE – Initial reports show Minot State University’s enrollment increasing 4.5 percent, with an increast of 151 students. more »»

School's in session: Drive safely

August 31, 2013 School is in session in Minot, and unfortunately, classes began smack dab in the middle of street construction season. more »»

War with Syria?

August 30, 2013 Terming use of chemical weapons in the Syrian civil war a “red line” that, if crossed, would result in decisive U.S. action was a mistake on President Barack Obama’s part. more »»

Waste storage is critical

August 29, 2013 About one-fifth of the electricity Americans use is generated at nuclear power plants. As informed consumers know, those plants generate a large amount of radioactive waste. more »»

History repeating itself

August 28, 2013 Forty-six people were killed in Iraq Sunday, as it becomes clearer and clearer U.S. strategy to pacify that country was a dismal, bloody, expensive failur. more »»

School growth questions

August 27, 2013 The Minot Public School district made it official on Monday: The district will ask residents to approve a $125 million bond to fund new school construction and security improvements. more »»

Obama flouting the law

August 26, 2013 Among the most serious energy-related challenges facing the United States is what to do with waste generated at nuclear power plants, health care facilities and other users of radioactive material. more »»

The week that was

August 25, 2013 ENROLLMENT ON THE RISE – Minot State University’s enrollment is on the upswing for the fall semester, with about a 3 percent increase over 2012. more »»

Obamacare: The law of the land

August 24, 2013 State legislators from throughout the nation recently heard a stern lecture from Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebeliu. more »»

Recovery continues in Burlington

August 23, 2013 Recovery continues in Burlington, where a $100,000 contribution will help rebuild the town’s flood-ravaged baseball and softball complex. more »»

Decisions best made locally

August 22, 2013 It’s an age-old question in North Dakota:?When should public schools start classes in the fall? School districts currently set their own calendar, and the state Department of Public Instruction’s... more »»

Northeast Bypass complete

August 21, 2013 Minot’s Northeast Bypass project is officially open for business. more »»

Battling terrorism in Nigeria

August 20, 2013 Americans sometimes wonder why Muslim clerics are not more energetic in their criticism of terrorists who claim to be Islamic fundamentalists. more »»

Freedom of the press

August 19, 2013 Our nation’s founders disagreed on much. But on one thing — the necessity of a vigorous, unfettered press to defend Americans’ rights — they were solidly in agreement. more »»

The week that was

August 18, 2013 COSTLY REQUESTS – No one should be at all surprised that State Rep. more »»

Jones served admirably

August 17, 2013 Retired general David C.?Jones was a visionary, according to those who worked with him during his long career in the Air Force. Jones, who was born in South Dakota but grew up in Minot, died Aug. more »»

Hope Village goes on

August 16, 2013 The mission of Hope Village isn’t changing, even though some of the housing units in use at the south Minot location are being sent to other parts of the country. more »»

Senseless vandalism is costly

August 15, 2013 The idiotic vandalism last week at the new Erik Ramstad Middle School under construction on Minot’s North Hill still makes us angry, especially after learning Tuesday that the cost to clean and... more »»



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