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March 31 deadline looms

March 11, 2014 March 31 may be a significant — and very expensive — date in your life. Don’t know why? That is not unusual. Tens of millions of Americans do not, according to public opinion polls. more »»

Will U.S. rethink strategy?

March 10, 2014 Vows by Secretary of State John Kerry and President Barack Obama to line up a solid international front against Russia over its intervention in Ukraine may have to be rethought. more »»

The week that was

March 9, 2014 CALM SOURIS? – The latest flood potential outlook for the Souris River basin didn’t contain much, if any, bad news for Minot and other cities along the river. more »»

Report backfires on Obama

March 8, 2014 In all likelihood, a recent Interior Department report was intended by President Barack Obama as another slap at conservatives in Congres. more »»

Children vs. parents

March 7, 2014 What do parents owe their children? That’s the crux of a lawsuit in New Jersey, filed by high school senior Rachel Canning, 18, who says her parents kicked her out of the hous. more »»

‘The will of the people’

March 6, 2014 “The will of the people.” That concept was debated during Tuesday’s meeting of the Ward County Commission. But defining and interpreting “the will of the people” can be difficult, to say the least. more »»

Growing concerns in Russia

March 5, 2014 U.S. officials’ blustery but empty reaction to Russian intervention in Ukraine sums up failures in foreign policy by President Barack Obama and his administration. more »»

City’s failed search

March 4, 2014 The extensive and ultimately fruitless search for Minot’s new city manager gives us and residents cause for concern. A short recap: Current city manager Dave Waind is retiring at the end of March. more »»

Military budget cuts abroad

March 3, 2014 Americans may be paying more for defense while getting less in troop strength, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel recently hinted. more »»

The week that was

March 2, 2014 JOIN THE CROWD – It appears Minot will become the latest city to ban the sales of electronic cigarettes to minors. more »»

Harassing members of the media

March 1, 2014 We Americans disagree, sometimes fiercely, about government policy and priorities. Liberals argue with conservatives. Republicans do battle with Democrats. more »»

A good addition to airport?

February 28, 2014 The plans are in motion for the construction of a new terminal at the Minot International Airport. more »»

Delaying bridge work

February 27, 2014 The good news for area drivers??The Broadway Bridge won’t be undergoing a deck replacement over the next two years, a project that would have reduced traffic to two lanes during constructio. more »»

Obama’s pipeline timetable

February 26, 2014 A couple of months. more »»

Another lie about Obamacare

February 25, 2014 About 16 million older Americans rely on Medicare Advantage policies to supplement their government health insurance. more »»

Nominees should be qualified

February 24, 2014 For most of U.S. history, presidents of all political parties have used ambassadorships to other countries for political reasons. Sometimes they reward friends. more »»

The week that was

February 23, 2014 GOOD PLACE TO LIVE – North Dakota leads the nation in well-being, according to a survey taken of 178,000 Americans nationwide by Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. more »»

Flood potential looks low

February 22, 2014 The latest flood potential outlook issued by the National Weather Service contains good news for areas along the Souris River, including Minot. more »»

Debt limit concerns continue

February 21, 2014 How would you react if your bank gave you an open-ended credit limit — and assured you that within a year or so, no matter how much you had borrowed in the interim, it would be increased? Banks... more »»

Crowded prison concerns

February 20, 2014 It’s an increasingly difficult problem for law enforcement agencies and judges in North Dakota: As the state’s population grows, so does the crime rate, creating overcrowding situations in jail and... more »»

 
 

 

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