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Making marijuana sales easier

January 31, 2014 It is a shame President Barack Obama does not have the same level of concern for most businesses that it does for those in the marijuana industry. more »»

Facility spared, for now

January 30, 2014 We applaud the U.S. Postal Service’s decision to at least temporarily delay the closing and consolidating of more mail-processing centers around the country, including Minot’s facility. more »»

Shelter offers some help

January 29, 2014 The Minot Planning Commission this week recommended the Minot City Council approve a plan to create a winter shelter for homeless men. We hope the full council supports the idea, to. more »»

Obama: Just say maybe

January 27, 2014 Americans have gone from a White House with a “just say no” attitude toward illegal drugs to one recommending, in effect, “just say maybe. more »»

The week that was

January 26, 2014 GROWING POPULATION – The U.S. more »»

Finally issue will go to court

January 25, 2014 No one should be surprised that the long-running dispute between the North?Dakota State Fair Association and the Ward County Historical Society will finally be settled in court, beginning with a Fe. more »»

Costing seniors more

January 24, 2014 For the past couple of years, senior citizens have been warned that part of the federal government’s takeover of the health care system involves massive cuts to the Medicare program. more »»

Permitting process is too lax

January 23, 2014 Ward County officials expressed frustration this week with an ongoing problem: More and more building projects in the county are being done without proper building permits. more »»

Make a decision already

January 22, 2014 Secretary of State John Kerry said last week that the United States won’t be forced into making a quick decision on the Keystone XL pipeline project. more »»

President and pot politics

January 21, 2014 President Barack Obama openly discussed his views on marijuana in a recent interview with “The New Yorker” magazine. more »»

Ruling against Obama

January 20, 2014 U.S. Supreme Court justices often are called upon to interpret difficult, highly technical points of law and the Constitution. At least some of them may be grateful this week includes a no-brainer. more »»

School debate continues

January 18, 2014 Let the discussion begin – again. Members of the Minot school board plan to ask voters to approve a smaller bond issue before May 1. more »»

Costly health care

January 17, 2014 For the past couple of years, senior citizens have been warned that part of the federal government’s takeover of the health care system involves massive cuts to the Medicare program. more »»

Helms: Too many jobs to do?

January 16, 2014 Put yourself in the shoes of Lynn Helms, the director of the state Department of Mineral Resources. According to state law, he is to be the state’s top oil regulator. more »»

Road work season never ends

January 15, 2014 Do you want the good news first or the bad news? As road work continues around the city of Minot, the Sixth Street Southwest underpass is close to being reopened, at least temporarily. more »»

Take the money and run

January 14, 2014 Take the money and run. That may well be the motto of officials at CGI Federal, the company that botched the rollout of the Obamacare website — www.healthcare.gov — last fall. more »»

Broken promises in 2014

January 13, 2014 As 2014 begins, many Americans will be confronted by one of President Barack Obama’s bigger lies — they will learn they cannot, in fact, stay with trusted health care professionals of their choice. more »»

Weather wimps? Not here

January 12, 2014 Weather wimps. That’s what we’ve become, according to some scientific experts who track trends in the nation’s weather patterns. more »»

Petty politics in New Jersey

January 11, 2014 What? A high-profile politician accused of using his position to inflict retribution against a mayor of a different political persuasion??Say it isn’t so, Chris Christi. more »»

Respect property rights

January 10, 2014 As major work begins on Minot’s downtown infrastructure, underground spaces dating back to the city’s early days are increasingly becoming an unavoidable part of the projects. more »»

 
 

 

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