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Letters to the Editor

Welcome back Norsk Hostfest

Tim Mihalick, President, Norsk Hostfest, Minot It’s my great pleasure to welcome you to the 43rd annual Norsk Hostfest! After two years offline, I am thrilled to have this event back in our beloved community. This wonderful event is made possible by our volunteers, vendors, visitors, and ...

Conference brings focus to nutrition

Karen Ehrens, Former coordinator, Creating a Hunger Free North Dakota and Healthy North Dakota Bismarck September 28, 2022, the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health will be streamed online live across the country from Washington, DC. This one-day summit will bring together ...

All racism is evil

Andrew Allis, Granville “It’s time we have an honest conversation about race in this country.” So goes the now cliched disingenuous offer usually initialed by the left. Disingenuous because they are not looking to have “a” conversation about race, but only a particular one that ...

ND media aren’t listening to women

Lana Rakow, West Fargo Charlene Rawson, Lisbon Apparently some media pundits in North Dakota don’t care much how women in North Dakota feel and what they think. The coverage and commentary they are disseminating about Mark Haugen’s decision to leave the U.S. House of Representatives ...

Let’s celebrate clean energy

George Merkt, Students For a Conservative Voice, Minneapolis, Minn. National Clean Energy Week is September 26-30, and efforts to implement clean energy in North Dakota should be supported this week. Renewable energy will be an essential part of the state’s energy supply in the future and ...

Public education failures will destroy us

Norton Lovold, Bismarck Public education has been under attack for years by politicians who want to make our schools educate in the way they want them to be educated rather than having a broad education that will prepare them for real life. That is why they push for private or charter ...