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Letters to the Editor

Who killed this young man?

Bob Timm, Minot Every obituary is a loss or even a tragedy. It was sad to read about a young man in the obituaries in a late July issue of the Minot Daily News. This was a very promising and talented young man. My hat is off to the family for openly calling attention to the fact that this ...

Cloud seeding a costly waste

Roger Neshem, Berthold My name is Roger E. Neshem. I have served on the Ward County Weather Modification Board since 2017. I farm with my wife, Jen, near Berthold along with running a seed business. When I was appointed to the Board, I conducted research on weather modification on my own ...

Leftists cry and scream

Phil Weigel, Minot So recently California governor Mr. Newsom signed into law that if a politician does not release 5-plus years of tax returns that they cannot be on the ballot in California. Not just local or government level, but even national elections. This is wrong for several ...

City mismanagement continues

Nancy Bommelman, Minot So let’s talk gathering space. I don’t understand why we have to buy land and buildings from people downtown to build a gathering space. Some of the buildings aren’t worth what they want for them. All the information that I have gathered at the Register of Deeds ...

Fill the Boot a success

Jon Hanson, Minot A big thank you to the people of Minot for their continued support during this year’s Fill the Boot campaign, furthering the mission of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. It was another amazing year raising over $31,000, and it wouldn’t be possible without the ...

Call for support of Weather Modification Project

Jerome Behm Burlington This is an open letter to the citizens of Ward County to alert all of you to the fact that the Weather Modification Project is in jeopardy. As a life long farmer-rancher and Ward County resident all of this is of grave concern to me. As long as my livelihood depends ...