Denmark Makes Play for the North Pole

It’s not just Santa’s workshop up there, apparently there’s a boat load or two of natural gas and other valuable resources, and the five countries with a direct stake are formulating their claims to ownership.

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Heading to Vegas Anytime Soon?

The odds are pretty good that you’ll get hoodwinked by unscrupulous cab driver. Get informed, get a laugh, and get a clear picture of government bureaucracy doing some of its finest work all in this one article.

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The Ferguson Evidence: See for Yourself

There’s little more that can or should be said about this case that hasn’t already been said, but for those of you interested in seeing the first hand transcripts and evidence that was considered by the grand jury, here it is.

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Cable TV Chord Cutting On the Rise

Minot Voice Editorial: The news you’ll read on Quartz informs the recently surging net neutrality debate. It’s easy to imagine a protectionist agenda from our big-corporation cable and media providers in light of a rapidly changing market place that favors choice.

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Boutique Creamery Starts Chocolate Milk Craze in New Zealand

Few things are more satisfying than a glass of good chocolate milk. And it seems that a small creamery in New Zealand finally figured this out.

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No Surprise: Oil Patch Counties Lead in Rising Incomes for Middle Class

Williams, Ward, and Stark Counties are among the rising-income leaders nationwide. The rest of Western North Dakota isn’t faring bad either.

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