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Letters to the Editor

Still a need to recycle

Brad Magnuson, Minot As the chairman of the ND Renewable Energy Caucus, I would like to address recycling in Minot. Lately, we’ve seen what the status is on getting curbside recycling in Minot. It’s always been the position of this caucus, to have recycling. As such, we have a ...

Life is short, enjoy your family

Janice Moen, Minot My husband and I were eating at the new restaurant in Minot the other day and noticed a young man and his young daughter sat down in a booth across from us. The entire time they sat there and ate, he not once said anything to his daughter, hardly acknowledged her presence ...

Remember the Swine Flu (H1N1) virus?

James Campbell, Minot From April 12, 2009 to April 10, 2010, the CDC estimated there were 60.8 million cases, 274,304 hospitalizations and 12,469 deaths in the United States due to the swine flu (H1N1) virus. I doubt very many people remember this problem because the opposing party did not ...

Wonder no more

Wayne Rowe, Minot I think it is time to put a good scare into everyone reading your newspaper. The Coronavirus is slowly wreaking havoc around the world. The stock market is falling, oil prices dropping and people apparently going crazy for toilet paper. Oh yes and people are getting sick ...

Now we get it

Daryl Somerville, Chandler, AZ Now we get it. It was very puzzling to many of us as to why the new contract extension for the city manager was done in such a rush. I am assuming that it needed to get done before any of the city employee concerns were made public. The article written by Rob ...

Thanks for the assistance

Willie Ressler, Minot On behalf of Special Olympics North Dakota, thank you to the city of Minot for hosting the 2020 State Basketball Tournament. The Minot community played a significant role in providing over 60 games for 49 teams comprised of more than 430 athletes from across North Dakota ...