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Storm video captured Monday gains notoriety on social media
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EDHA plans to get out of housing completely, hire new director by Nov.
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North Dakota lawmakers favor tuition freeze for some
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North Dakota superintendent wants to replicate Montana ‘Indian Education for All’ program
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Chad Eric Pickering
17-year-old girl shot near Bemidji; man in custody
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No foul play seen in case of body found at grain elevator
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8 Minnesota counties declared disaster areas, with more expected
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Smoke continues to rise from Red River Supply as it burned just east of downtown Williston, N.D., Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Kathleen J. Bryan, Forum News Service
Air quality monitored after oilfield supply business burns in Williston
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Ryan Taylor, the Democratic candidate for North Dakota agriculture commissioner, repairs a cattle fence with a rope tie on his 2,900-acre ranch in Towner, North Dakota, June 24, 2014. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder
Race for North Dakota's agriculture commissioner is all about oil
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OUR OPINION: Marcil family’s gift makes exceptional difference
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Doug Goehring
DOUG GOEHRING: Sound bytes v. smart regs in ag commissioner race
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LETTER: Shame on society for propagating modern ‘blacklists’
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LETTER: Celebrate N.D., the new Land of Opportunity
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U.S. House candidate George Sinner announces his “No Work, No Pay” initiative Tuesday, July 22, 2014, in Fargo, N.D., to cut pay to Congress members for unexcused missed votes and during a government shutdown.
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North Dakota challenger floats ‘no work, no pay’ initiative for Congress
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