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A family's story on how churches and the United States government affected generations of Native Americans through nearly 150 years of the boarding school system.
The restaurant was first announced during the East Grand Forks State of the City Address & Luncheon in April.
Road to be closed twice over the course of several days.
It'll be made up of members from across North Dakota, but to local Chamber of Commerce leaders, it's important that it's roots are planted in Grand Forks.

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The West African Monsoon season is likely to start generating large tropical waves.
Air is not heated up very much by sunlight.
With nearly $1.6 billion in state and federal funding for water and sewer improvements entering the coffers of cities and rural water systems, engineering and contracting firms in the state are bracing for impact.
The internship program "provides college students with a firsthand opportunity to track legislation and assist with research, administrative work, communications and constituent services," according to a news release.
Expanding health insurance for low-income families is on the ballot in November. Measure would increase the maximum income to qualify to 133 percent of the federal poverty level. That portion of the population grew between 2018 and 2020.

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In this episode of Dakota Spotlight, retired Bismarck Police Detective Bill Connor speaks frankly about the details of the case, still sharp in his memory, and his encounters with those connected to Michelle "Shelly" Julson as he re-investigated the case from 2005 to 2010.

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