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Nominees should be qualified

February 24, 2014 For most of U.S. history, presidents of all political parties have used ambassadorships to other countries for political reasons. Sometimes they reward friends. more »»

The week that was

February 23, 2014 GOOD PLACE TO LIVE – North Dakota leads the nation in well-being, according to a survey taken of 178,000 Americans nationwide by Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. more »»

Flood potential looks low

February 22, 2014 The latest flood potential outlook issued by the National Weather Service contains good news for areas along the Souris River, including Minot. more »»

Debt limit concerns continue

February 21, 2014 How would you react if your bank gave you an open-ended credit limit — and assured you that within a year or so, no matter how much you had borrowed in the interim, it would be increased? Banks... more »»

Crowded prison concerns

February 20, 2014 It’s an increasingly difficult problem for law enforcement agencies and judges in North Dakota: As the state’s population grows, so does the crime rate, creating overcrowding situations in jail and... more »»

Holding young adults accountable

February 19, 2014 It seems like every time a large party full of underage drinkers is busted in Minot, the same, tired discussions begin. - Must have been a slow night for the police departmen. more »»

Getting priorities straight

February 18, 2014 Say one thing for President Barack Obama: When he sets priorities, he sticks to them. Take the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline for example, which could help the U.S. more »»

Military sexual assaults

February 17, 2014 Many senior leaders in the armed forces admit the military has a serious problem in how it handles sexual assaults. more »»

The week that was

February 16, 2014 SETTING A FINE EXAMPLE – How’s this for disturbing behavior: Media outlets from?Fargo reported this past week that adults attending a youth hockey tournament in?West Fargo got into a locker room... more »»

Banning e-cigarettes for minors

February 15, 2014 Bismarck has joined the list of cities in North Dakota that have banned the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors. more »»

Bailing out insurance companies

February 14, 2014 No wonder many insurance company executives supported President Barack Obama’s virtual takeover of the U.S. health insurance system. more »»

In-flight calls? No thanks

February 13, 2014 Some members of Congress don’t want to listen to airline passengers talking on their cell phones, and have advanced a bill in the House to ban such calls. more »»

Accident serves as a reminder

February 12, 2014 A recent accident involving a Minot Police Department vehicle illustrates the potential dangers involved when law enforcement officials are called to respond to an incident. The accident on Jan. more »»

Monitor new policy changes

February 11, 2014 Allowing immigrants with links to terrorists to stay in the United States makes no sense. We have plenty of applicants for entry who revere this country without giving breaks to those who do not. more »»

Stacking the deck vs. coal

February 10, 2014 Talk about stacking the deck: The Environmental Protection Agency has released information on its “Public Listening” sessions to hear opinions on its proposed new regulations for coal-fired power... more »»

The week that was

February 9, 2014 DANGEROUS CROSSING – How many times must we witness the same thing: Students attending Minot High School-Central Campus attempting to cross Burdick?Expressway West in the lighted crosswalk near M-H... more »»

Economic impact growing

February 8, 2014 The numbers continue to be staggering:?Minot Air Force Base added $583.9 million into the local economy in fiscal year 2013, the largest economic impact in the base’s histor. more »»

Does he believe himself?

February 7, 2014 Sometimes we wonder if President Barack Obama actually listens to some of his own comments. More often, we wonder if Obama actually believes what he says. more »»

Finally, issue goes to court

February 6, 2014 We’ve said all along that the dispute between the North Dakota State Fair Association and the Ward County Historical Society had become a legal issue best settled in a court of law. more »»

Family farms don’t need more scrutiny

February 5, 2014 Lawmakers from North Dakota and other farm states want federal regulators to stay away from small family farms amid concerns of increased and unnecessary scrutiny from the federal government. more »»

 
 

 

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