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Biden unveils latest student loan cancellation to aid 153,000 borrowers

BY: JENNIFER SHUTT - FEBRUARY 21, 2024 (North Dakota Monitor) President Joe Biden expanded his push to eliminate student loan debt Wednesday, saying during a speech the initiative is part of a campaign promise to address the “broken” system. “While a college degree is still a ticket to a better life, that…
February 22, 2024

Leaked Documents Shed New Light On China’s Sweeping Surveillance State

Jake Smith on February 22, 2024 (Daily Caller News Foundation) A leaked trove of documents from a Chinese security firm has shed new light on Beijing’s sweeping surveillance state. I-Soon, a Chinese private security contractor with ties to the Ministry of Public Security, had a cache of documents leaked last week…
February 22, 2024

Threat, Arrest at Minot School

Minot Police Department release Online threat directed towards Erik Ramstad Middle School Thursday We were notified of a threat directed towards Erik Ramstad Middle School around 1 p.m.this afternoon that was posted to a social media platform.The investigation led to the identification of a 15-year-old juvenile suspect, who is chargedwith…
February 22, 2024

Ronald Westberry, District 40 House Candidate

Join us for a candidate interview as we sit down with Ronald Westberry, District 40 House Candidate, as part of The Dakotan's Election Central Coverage. Ronald shares insights into his campaign, discusses key issues, and explains his motivation for running. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of his platform…
February 21, 2024

Minot Legislator Proposes Tax Revision

Alternative to Initiated Measure MINOT – There's a better way to do it. That was the message delivered by Rep. Scott Louser, R-Dis. 5, Minot, during a press conference held at the City Auditorium. Louser has penned a 23-page bill that he hopes to introduce to the 2025 legislative session.…
February 21, 2024

Game and Fish Advises Early Fish House Removal

ND Game and Fish release While the deadline for removing permanent fish houses from North Dakota lakes is March 15, the state Game and Fish Department is urging anglers to consider removing their houses early in areas of the state where ice conditions are deteriorating.Given the current long-range weather forecast…
February 20, 2024

Spending, Immigration, and War - Dr. Rick Becker, US Congress Candidate, breaks it down

Dr. Rick Becker joins The Conversation, as part of The Dakotan's Election Central Coverage, to talk about the top issues that are facing the US and North Dakota. The recent 95 billion dollar foreign aid bill is discussed along with some North Dakota Politics. He rejects the idea of him…
February 19, 2024

Long Range WX Outlook

El Nino to La Nina Likely Enjoy it while you can. That is the underlying message in the latest long-range weather outlook issued by the Climate Prediction Center. This winter is destined to go into the record book as one of the warmest ever for North Dakota, thanks to a…
February 19, 2024

Temporary Closure and No Access in Roosevelt Park

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project Minot, N.D. – As a part of MI-7-Roosevelt Park and Zoo phase of the Mouse RiverEnhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) the next step in pre-construction willtake place starting the Monday, February 19th through Friday, March 8th.The next preconstruction phase for the project is tree…
February 18, 2024

The Old Blue Coat

A Slice of Life Several years ago, when I was still riding with Company M, U.S. Army 7th Cavalry memorial regiment, I became friends with one of the older members of the unit. We were both very interested in the frontier military, and each had a collection of artifacts and…
February 18, 2024
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