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Burgum and his offer authentic

April 17, 2016 Bruce Johnson West Fargo Robert Wefald recently criticized Doug Burgum’s promise to donate his salary as governor. more »»

Pleased that Sen. Hoeven standing firm

April 17, 2016 Linda Thorson Park River I am appreciative of the way the GOP leadership has been very clear, even before the president nominated Judge Merrick Garland, that they will give the American people the... more »»

Stenehjem’s message is woefully out of touch

April 17, 2016 Eric Smallwood Dickinson I’ve been paying close attention to the candidates competing for the Republican nomination for governor this June. more »»

Don’t risk family farms

April 17, 2016 Dr. Herbert J. Wilson Bismarck I am not a family farmer, but once I wanted very much to be one. more »»

Oil companies flare by choice

April 17, 2016 Shelly Ventsch New Town Comments are still being taken until April 22 on the Bureau of Land Management’s proposed rules to reduce methane and waste –flaring, leaks, and venting – on public and... more »»

Enhanced Livestock Development – Challenges and Opportunities

April 17, 2016 Gregory Lardy, Ph.D. Department Head, Animal Sciences, NDSU William Nganje, Ph.D. more »»

Second-guessers should offer solutions

April 17, 2016 Sen. Dick Dever Bismarck The radio ads that say, “Watford City! We’re not the same! We’re better!” are inspiring. more »»

Reader appreciated Carmike Theater showing sensory friendly movie

April 17, 2016 Krystal Butgereit Minot Children with sensory processing issues, including children with autism, have difficulty attending movies at a public movie theatre. more »»

Throw the bums out

April 17, 2016 Howard Duck Rugby The whole way the GOP party in North Dakota’s handling of who get the votes at the GOP convention is a slap in the face to all the people of our great state. more »»

Rethink state budget cuts

April 10, 2016 Dr. Barbara Bentz Fargo The children of the state of North Dakota are our most precious resource. more »»

People should ‘elect’ SUPCO justices

April 10, 2016 Jeff Miller Rugby I am afraid people don’t realize what a perilous position our Supreme Court is currently in. more »»

Voters, not delegates, should elect Gov.

April 10, 2016 John and Jennifer Manstrom Wyndmere We have been delegates to the North Dakota GOP Convention five times in the last 20 years, and I’m thrilled that Doug Burgum is running in the June 14 Republica... more »»

Committee working to save schools money

April 10, 2016 Kirsten Baesler North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Sen. Tim Flakoll Chairman, North Dakota Senate Education Committee Rep. more »»

Hoeven playing petty partisan game

April 10, 2016 Barry Nelson Fargo When we elected John Hoeven to serve us in the Senate, we expected him to do what was right for our state and our country. On a few occasions, he has. more »»

Housing discrimination still exists

April 10, 2016 Michelle Rydz Grand Forks On April 11 we celebrate the 48th anniversary of the passage of the federal Fair Housing Act. The Act passed only seven days after the assassination of the Dr. more »»

Downtown bid is suspicious

April 10, 2016 Kevin Schmidt Minot Our city fathers, leading this dysfunctional family called Minot, have accepted the lowest bid to do the important work of reconstructing our downtown area this summer. more »»

ND senators should oppose 401(k) loophole closure

April 10, 2016 Mike Tomasko West Fargo Millions of Americans are counting on their 401(k) and retirement accounts for a secure financial future, and we are counting on Senators Heidi Heitkamp and John Hoeven to... more »»

Surviving the storm

April 10, 2016 Maggie Wilken West Fargo For nearly the last year, I have remained mostly silent in the eyes of the media. more »»

 
 

 

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