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Ramstad spirit lives on

November 21, 2013

Ramstad at the Aud will cease to exist after this week, with the opening of the new Erik?Ramstad Middle School on Minot’s North Hill....

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cecilsdeli

Nov-26-13 2:49 AM

VOTE NO DECEMBER 9TH!

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takkak

Nov-22-13 9:35 PM

I'm sure the millions donated by oil and money raised by the black eyed peas concert was spent splendidly.

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takkak

Nov-22-13 9:34 PM

takkak doesn't resort to name calling.

Now, let's get this NO VOTE party started.

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bananasaretasty

Nov-22-13 11:14 AM

@Legend. Wouldn't the $1million in profit the state fair announced be AFTER all bills are paid (including grandstand bond payments)? The positive gain from an investment or business operation after subtracting for all expenses. More relevant to the article, I agree new schools are needed in the city. For the children to have a better environment, and the teachers’ sanity. I’m willing to take a hit to my taxes for the long term benefit. They sell it as an almost wash with the tax cuts this year, but I’ll believe that if I see it, until then I’ll just cook at home a couple more times a month vs. eating out. We could always vote yes on Dec 10, then vote yes on an eliminate property tax bill for the state in 2014.

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ndgirl40

Nov-21-13 6:13 PM

I would prefer that kids not just "survive", rather I'd like that they thrive. The Auditorium was a temporary home for Ramstad. They now get to move into a new building that they will be very proud of for decades to come. Yes, they all "survived" the portables. They survived them because there was light at the end of the tunnel, which isn't the case for the other 24 portables still in the district. Our kids deserve to be in facilities they're proud of. Vote yes.

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takkak

Nov-21-13 3:58 PM

Two of my sons survived in the portables.

Vote NO on the Bond!

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EarlyBird

Nov-21-13 3:52 PM

*after him. Peter Ramstad died on July 14, 1930 at 74 years of age. Erik Ramstad died on January 21, 1951 at 91 years of age. Both brothers died in Minot, North Dakota. Erik Ramstad is buried in the First Lutheran Church Cemetery next to Minot State University

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EarlyBird

Nov-21-13 3:51 PM

Erik Ramstad and his brother Peter were natives of Sigdal, Buskerud County, Norway. They were early settlers in the Souris River Valley of North Dakota arriving in May 1883. They staked a claim to property on both the north and south sides of the Souris River. With the coming of the Great Northern Railway during the summer of 1886, Erik Ramstad agreed to relinquish 40 acres of land on the south side of the Souris River, retaining sites north of the river. The Great Northern roundhouse and the Minot business district were both built on this southern acreage. Both Erik and Peter Ramstad remained active in the development of Minot. In 1886, the first Lutheran church service within Minot was held at the Peter Ramstad home. Erik Ramstad later donated part of his remaining property which became the site of Minot State University. Erik Ramstad was involved in local politics for many years. Erik Ramstad Middle School, south of the Minot State University campus, is named aft

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