THE GAY AGENDA Minnesota Marriage
I've always been proud to be from Minnesota, even though I've called Fargo home for the past 15 years or so. Today, however I'm even more proud.
Unlike the sideshow put on by our ... Posted on 5/9/13 at 5:41 PM
NORTH DAKOTA DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS Capitol Letters - Week 16
Governor Bill Guy: 1919 - 2013
As we were putting the final touches on this weeks Capitol Letters, we received the sad news of Governor Bill Guys passing. Much will rightly be said about this giant of... Posted on 4/26/13 at 3:04 PM
REAL OILFIELD WIVES Snail Mail: Send A Little Love
The summer before my sophomore year of high school, my family and I moved from northern New Jersey, to Indiana. Even though I grew up moving a lot, this was the first move that was really hard on me.... Posted on 4/17/13 at 8:09 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE What Does It Take to Be an Expert?
I have no letters after my name.
Okay, officially I have a B.A., which in today's climate stands less for Bachelor of Arts as it does for Buy Additional -- credits, tuition, college time -- leading t... Posted on 4/5/12 at 1:19 PM
The column by retired Professor Dick DuBord (May 11) was, in my opinion, right on the money. I, too, hold Professor Steve Grineski in high regard, having taken one of his classes at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner, R-Dickinson, and House Majority Leader Al Carlson, R-Fargo, recently boasted on the pages of The Forum that they “got the job done for the citizens” of North Dakota.
Sen. Mac Schneider and Rep. Kenton Onstad
, May 16, 2013
I work in a business that overlooks the south Fargo (Osgood) fire station. I witness, on a daily basis, numerous cars that do not stop when the fire trucks and first responders are called to an emergency.
I grew up in North Dakota and received all of my education from grade school through a master’s degree in the state. My education was just fine. I’ve lived in Minnesota since the mid-1970s and enjoyed a higher education teaching career of more than 30 years.
As a member of the conference committee working out the tax bill at the state Capitol, Sen. Rod Skoe, DFL-Clearbrook, Minn., will play a key role in determining how much more business and personal taxes we will be asked to pay.
If the Minnesota Legislature enacts a massive liquor tax increase when it finishes its work on Monday, we may have to use Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities” to describe the disparity between North Dakota and Minnesota liquor retailers.
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