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Lots of questions about schools

September 22, 2013

Donald Kinney, Minot Why does “build a new elementary school in southeast Minot” sound like what was voted down a few years ago? How many people believe when Supt....

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Sep-22-13 5:06 AM

You have to vote with your feet.

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Sep-22-13 12:12 PM

I think we are finally starting to question people on their issues and we need answers instead of people insulting our intelligence. I think it's time to take our city back and kick this issue to the curb and rethink it. If Seniors in Minot High School about 5 years ago didn't have a baby club going on we might not have this problem and we shouldn't have ignored it either.

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Sep-22-13 9:56 PM

Yes these questions need to be asked and many more.

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Sep-23-13 11:17 AM

Good article. Oil impact has caused any need for more schools. Oil taxes should pay for any new schools. Vote no until they hob knob with their buddies at the state level and get the oil money. We deserve better representation at both city and state levels. Character counts. They need to practice what they preach.

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Sep-24-13 7:47 PM

One reason our taxes are high is because our state reps request money for the fair and hostefest instead of for our schools. The state fair (hostefest) will lawyer up with tax money to give the Ward Co. Hist. Soc. the boot, then build an event center on more tax money. When you are tired of paying taxes for corporate welfare on the fairgrounds--vote no.

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