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Letter: Theodore Roosevelt statue deeply offensive

Who dictates what goes into the North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library? Who determines what expenses North Dakota pays for st… Read more

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Tribune editorial: State must be more diligent with oil sites

North Dakota hopes to get funds from the federal infrastructure bill to clean up abandoned oil well sites. While the sites need to be recla… Read more

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Letter: Funds should first go to education

It was with surprise that I read that our school board is willing to commit $3.5 million ARRA dollars to the construction of an ice rink! I… Read more

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Letter: Ethics Commission draft rules disappointing

North Dakota voters made it very clear by approving the Ethics Amendment to the state Constitution in 2018: we expect state government to b… Read more

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Tribune editorial: Community meal a blessing for many on Thanksgiving

This is Up and Down, where we give a brief thumbs up or thumbs down on the issues from the past week. Read more

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Letter: We can't take away someone's free will

If you have a desire to help people, wait for them to ask for help. Read more

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10 insights on today's news that will make you smarter tomorrow

Stay in the know! Browse through opinions and analysis on today's hottest topics. Read more

Paul Krugman: What Europe can teach us about jobs

Americans have a hard time learning from foreign experience. Our size and the role of English as an international language (which reduces o… Read more

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Speaking out: Survey of presidents concludes No. 1 is No. 1

Joe Biden is president No. 46. Of the 46, who is your No. 1? Read more

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Letter: Collisions, crossings and corridors – protecting wildlife movement

During hunting season here in North Dakota, it is critical for drivers to stay alert to avoid collisions. Every year tens of thousands of c… Read more

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Williams: Locally, nationally and globally, inequity imperils us all

Michael Paul Williams — a columnist with the Richmond Times-Dispatch — won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in Commentary "for penetrating and historically insightful columns that guided Richmond, a former capital of the Confederacy, through the painful and complicated process of dismantling the city's monuments to white supremacy." Read more

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Speaking out: Proposed conflict of interest rules seriously flawed

The North Dakota Ethics Commission will hear public comments today on proposed conflict of interest rules for state officials. Here’s hopin… Read more

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David Adler: Why we study landmark judicial decisions

The yearlong commitment of this column to the exploration of the Constitution has focused, primarily, on historical explanations of the aim… Read more

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Newsroom Notebook: 'Score the ball' caught on; now it won't go away

Many sports phrases have found their way into everyday use. Sadly, "score the ball" is one of them and it should be banned. Read more

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December begins with record heat in western North Dakota; significant snow possible this weekend

BLAKE NICHOLSON Bismarck Tribune

Contrary to the popular holiday song, it's not beginning to look a lot like Christmas in North Dako… Read more

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