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Editorials

Happy New Year to all in 2023

Whether 2022, was the greatest year or the worst, we can all attest to personally experiencing one or both in the past years. Reflections on what we are leaving behind in 2022 and what possibilities that lie ahead for 2023 may leave us feeling melancholy, maybe even depressed. When dealing ...

Investment in transmission is investment in reliability

States that rely on renewable energy sources are seeing more investments than ever before, boosting local and statewide economies. With a rich history as an energy leader, North Dakota can look to clean power to help strengthen our state’s energy industry and increase the reliability of the ...

Thanksgiving: A day for togetherness, gratitude

s we approach Thanksgiving Day, let us think about the meaning of this day. Originally, Thanksgiving was a day to give thanks for the harvest of the previous year. It has evolved to a day for gatherings of family and friends to give thanks and express our gratitude for our blessings. Over ...

Casting your ballot in midterms important

The midterm election set for Tuesday, Nov. 8, might be one of the most important elections or even the most important election in this nation’s history. If you are dissatisfied with the economy, crime and other issues, this is your opportunity to make a difference and vote for those ...

Critical time for nation, military members

Sixty years ago today, North Dakotans and all of the nation heard President John F. Kennedy inform the country in a televised address of the presence of missile sites in Cuba. For 35 days the Cuban Missile Crisis was a direct and dangerous confrontation between the United States and the ...

Surveys give some ‘food for thought’

You might say surveys are “a dime a dozen.” Every week a group seems to be doing a survey on some topic. These surveys cover a range of topics from what state in the United States has the most employed people, what state is the happiest and unhappiest to what state has the healthiest ...