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Defensive driving course set for February

The North Dakota Safety Council will conduct an Alive at 25 defensive driving course at 4 p.m. Feb. 7 in the Grand Forks Police Station, 122 S. Fifth St. Completion qualifies drivers for an insurance discount and three-point deduction on their dr...

The North Dakota Safety Council will conduct an Alive at 25 defensive driving course at 4 p.m. Feb. 7 in the Grand Forks Police Station, 122 S. Fifth St. Completion qualifies drivers for an insurance discount and three-point deduction on their driving record. For more information, call (800 932-8890 or log on to www.ndsc.org and click on the Alive at 25 icon.

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