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Getting past election will be a challenge

October 26, 2016 However contentious the presidential election has become, the “peace” following the political “war” will be the real challenge this year. more »»

Positioned for the future

October 25, 2016 One would be hard-pressed to find a business operator in Minot who did not reference the return of higher oil prices when trying to forecast the economy of the near futur. more »»

Signs of climate change are undeniable

October 24, 2016 We might not notice it every day, but the signs of climate change are everywhere. In case you still have doubts, just look around you. The evidence is undeniable. more »»

Be The One

October 24, 2016 For 35 years, Souris Valley United Way has given me a way to channel my passion for our community. more »»

Letters to the Editor

October 24, 2016 Sometimes, you get what you pay for Stephan Podrygula Minot Although I’m not a member of the change in government committee, I strongly support its work, including the 5 to 1 vote to increase the... more »»

Chumas Plaza a fitting honor for Minot businessman

October 22, 2016 On Thursday, city and county representatives, and friends and family alike, paid tribute to the late George Chumas. more »»

Another sign of rebirth on the way

October 21, 2016 Clearly, many in Minot and the region are still recovering from the flood of 2011, and its effects on the city are still obvious. more »»

Council pay raise idea is misguided, at best

October 20, 2016 Minot’s government change committee’s proposal to dramatically increase the pay for city council members and the mayor effective 2018 demonstrates shaky logic and the kind of lofty elitism that... more »»

Maybe the system can be fixed

October 19, 2016 One of the most common recurring complaints brought to Minot Daily News from residents is the belief that the “system” – most often city zoning and code – works for the politically connected or thos... more »»

Community, benefactor deserve credit for DVCC success

October 18, 2016 Congratulations are due the Domestic Violence Crisis Center, which announced yesterday that the goal for its construction loan challenge grant has been met. more »»

Smorgasbord of important issues on November ballot

October 17, 2016 Tired of all of the election hoopla? Can’t vote for either Trump or Clinton and thinking about staying home instead? Ha. more »»

Small business group has important focus

October 16, 2016 Minot should hail the initiation of Local 1st Minot, a relatively new organization committed to nurturing and advocating for small business – as well as educating the public about the realities and... more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Finding inspiration

October 16, 2016 In the past, I have written about my enthusiasm about Minot (and several Minot events) and also about the frustration and cynicism that comes from a life in the media. more »»

Government as a deterrent to business

October 15, 2016 New administrative leadership in Minot City Hall could not be taking shape at a more critical time for the city. As of this moment, city government is a deterrent to business development in Minot. more »»

Minot scores in city manager search

October 14, 2016 If all goes well and the Minot City Council approves the search committee recommendation to hire Thomas Barry as new city manager, there is every reason to believe this will be a huge success for th... more »»

‘Outside’ eyes have a lot to offer

October 13, 2016 Perhaps to some, in an ideal world, administration of a city would fall into the hands of long-time locals with a good memory of the community’s history, familiarity with institutions and strong... more »»

Minot painted in pink

October 12, 2016 By now, most of you have probably noticed pink popping up around Minot. It’s not a color of the fall season, it’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM). more »»

A role model for Minot, young people

October 11, 2016 It must have been quite a moment for former Minot State University football player Chase Kimble to stand before the masses at a home game against Minnesota Duluth at Herb Parker Stadium. more »»

Lack of communication with authorities is troublesome

October 10, 2016 An incident at a Minot public school last week – some might call it a close call, but who knows – has some parents upset. more »»

Minot is going to win in city manager hire

October 9, 2016 There’s a good chance that the City of Minot will soon announce a new city manager to replace Lee Staab, who left for another job in Colorado this summe. more »»

A lesson on the First Amendment

October 9, 2016 Whether you’re in the media or just a consumer of it, you’ve probably heard a lot about the First Amendment lately. more »»



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