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EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Portrait of the newsroom on Election Day

June 19, 2016 8 a.m. With a long day ahead, most of the newsroom staff won’t show up until later and only a couple of reporters are in first thing in the morning. more »»

Highs and lows for 4th of July

June 18, 2016 It was disappointing to learn, on short notice to boot, that Minot might not have a public fireworks display this Fourth of July. more »»

Time for Cramer’s office to launch investigation

June 17, 2016 Congressman Kevin Cramer’s office should immediately launch an investigation into the use of federal funds in a City of Minot program that is destructive to those it was meant to serve, and about... more »»

Minot, North Dakota cry out loudly for change

June 16, 2016 This week’s election demonstrated just how powerful the desire for change is within the electorate in Minot and in North Dakota. more »»

Mourners represent Minot well

June 15, 2016 A hearty thank-you to those Minot and regional residents who took time out of their Monday nights to join a candlelight vigil at Oak Park. more »»

Today you earn your right to complain

June 14, 2016 It’s a time-honored tradition for newspapers to espouse the virtues of voting whenever the bell rings summoning people to polling place. more »»

#Yes on #MakeMinot

June 13, 2016 Minot voters who want to see the city improve and progress should vote for the proposal on Tuesday’s ballot to alter the structure of the city council. more »»

Stenehjem for GOP nominee

June 12, 2016 Wayne Stenehjem should be the nominee from the Republican Party for governor. This year’s battle on the GOP side reflects many of the themes of recent elections at all levels. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: Left, right and in between

June 12, 2016 One of the arrows slung at newspapers and at newspaper editors on a regular basis is the accusation of being “biased,” and most of the time the accuser is talking in a political sens. more »»

Voters should have their focus close to home

June 11, 2016 It’s the big races that capture most of the attention. Trump v. Clinton, Stenehjem v. more »»

A respectful race for governor

June 10, 2016 The campaigns for POTUS and governor of North Dakota could not be more different. For the record, we prefer the North Dakota version. more »»

More competition brings better choices

June 9, 2016 A hearty thank-you and congratulations to Nicole Peltier and to Kenton Kossan for tossing their hats into the ring and launching write-in campaigns for Ward 7 in the Minot city council race. more »»

FBI provides ND with extra muscle

June 8, 2016 A visit to North Dakota by the head of the FBI this week was good to see – the feds taking a sincere interest in North Dakota. more »»

Look, up in the sky ...

June 7, 2016 What a joy it was to read in yesterday’s Minot Daily News (and reprinted in its entirety today) about a group of young men who have earned their pilots licenses and have aviation in their future –... more »»

This, that and the other thing to combat drug abuse

June 6, 2016 It would seem that many in North Dakota have finally come to the conclusion that addressing drug abuse will take more than a criminal justice approach and building more prisons. more »»

Continuing effects of ACA

June 5, 2016 Washington, D.C. more »»

EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK: In between news

June 5, 2016 We have discussed in this column already what makes up news, what a news entity looks for in terms of coverage and how news is chosen for pursuit, publication and placement. more »»

Today is National Trail Day

June 4, 2016 Today is a special day for lovers of the outdoors and you are invited to participate. Today is National Trail Day in case you didn’t already know. more »»

Minot voters have good options in election

June 2, 2016 Tuesday night’s Minot Daily News candidates forum illustrated a few things about the upcoming city election. more »»

World War II veterans rightly remembered

June 1, 2016 These days, the word “hero” gets thrown around a lot. Sometimes the term is applied to people whose actions would have been considered common kindness a generation ago. more »»



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