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3-28-20 Letters to the Tribune

March 27, 2020 We have enough food The grocery industry of the USA and particularly North Dakota is working overtime to meet the needs of our customers. more »»

1-4-20 Letters to the Tribune

January 3, 2020 We'd like to thank everyone for the support and all the well wishes we've received since our letter to the Tribune last week. more »»

12-28 Letters to the Tribune

December 27, 2019 RURAL Act helps electric co-ops Washington politics have become so polarized that it can be tough for Democrats and Republicans to come together to tackle big challenges. more »»

11-9 Letters to the Tribune

November 8, 2019 With the recent situation in Rugby with our law enforcement and 3rd Street Station, the city council meeting was certainly abuzz with concern, anger, questions and a need for clarity. more »»

Engstrom: HAMC in dire situation

October 25, 2019 I want to make you aware of the DIRE SITUATION the Heart of America Medical Center (HAMC) is in. The Tribune‚Äôs front page Oct. more »»

LETTER: Valuing music education

September 13, 2019 Valuing music education North Dakota values music educatio. more »»

5-18 Letters to the Tribune

May 17, 2019 Re: Destruction and devastation The Geographical Center Historical Society has begun work on the second phase of a multi-year project designed to renovate and complete structural upgrades to the... more »»

LETTER: Destruction and devastation

May 10, 2019 To whom this may concern. It has been brought to my attention to check out the entrance to the museum. Oh my. What devastation, my heart sank. Everything is gone. Wow. more »»

4-20 Letters to the Tribune

April 19, 2019 Celebrating Fair Housing Act passage in April Each April, we celebrate the passage of the Fair Housing Act. The Act passed seven days after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King J. more »»

3-23 Letters to the Tribune

March 22, 2019 Save St. Anselm This letter is concerning the future of the St. Anselm Catholic Church in Fulda. Please indulge us one more time with your attention. more »»

3-9 Letters to the Tribune

March 8, 2019 Build the Library Rarely in our history have the citizens of North Dakota been offered such a global opportunity as to become the home of the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library. more »»

3-2 Letters to the Tribune

March 1, 2019 The Devil is in the details The people of North Dakota recognized the importance of honest government in November, adding Article XIV to the Constitution to create an independent Ethics Commission,... more »»

11-24 Letters to the Tribune

November 21, 2018 Farm Bill passage would provide assurance to farmers, eaters We write as family farmers to encourage the passage of the Farm Bill in the current "lame duck" session of Congress. more »»

11-3 Letters to the Tribune

November 2, 2018 Democrats are the party of the rich All my life we have been lead to believe that the Republican Party was the party of the rich. more »»

10-20 Letters to the Tribune

October 19, 2018 Vote "yes" on Measure 1 I have lived in North Dakota my entire life, except when I was in the Army, and have practiced law in North Dakota for over 50 years. more »»

LETTER: Measure 3 needs to be written differently

October 5, 2018 The folks who wrote Measure 3 should scrap what they've got and start from scratch. more »»

9-22 Letters to the Tribune

September 21, 2018 McEvers well qualified for court On Nov. 6, 2018, the voters of North Dakota will be electing a candidate for the North Dakota Supreme Court. more »»

9-1 Letters to the Tribune

August 31, 2018 Who I am and where I come from I am asking for your vote in the ND Supreme Court election. Before you vote you deserve to know who I am and where I come fro. more »»

8-18 Letters to the Tribune

August 17, 2018 Re: Cemetery plants and flowers As a little background, I am a member of a family who owns six plots at the Persilla Watts Cemetery of Rugby. more »»

8-11 Letters to the Tribune

August 10, 2018 Re: Cemetery flowers On behalf of the Main Street Project volunteers, I would like to clarify the chain of events that led to cemetery flowers being relocated to Main Avenu. more »»

LETTER: Cemetery flowers relocated

August 3, 2018 At the approval of a Persilla Watts Cemetery board member, a group of people took planters from Persilla Watts and planted the flowers in the tires on Main Avenue of Rugby. more »»



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