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Chamber hosting candidates forum Tuesday night

The Chamber of Commerce has announced it will host a candidates forum Tuesday night in Grand Forks City Hall. The event, arranged by the chamber's Government Affairs Committee, will begin at 6 p.m. Throughout the night, attendees will hear from N...

The Chamber of Commerce has announced it will host a candidates forum Tuesday night in Grand Forks City Hall.

The event, arranged by the chamber's Government Affairs Committee, will begin at 6 p.m. Throughout the night, attendees will hear from North Dakota Senate candidates, North Dakota House of Representative candidates and Grand Forks County Commission candidates.

Committee co-chairs Stacey Dahl of Minnkota Power Company and Garth Rydland of Valley Memorial Homes will moderate the forum.

The public is welcome to attend, and the forum also will be broadcast live on Grand Forks' local cable channel.

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