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MacTalk: Sheriff Bob Rost might run for County Commission

Grand Forks County Sheriff Bob Rost joined MacTalk to discuss drugs and crime that might be associated with drug use. Is there a change afoot in the area?...

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Grand Forks County Sheriff Bob Rost chats with Elizabeth Wild and her fourth grader Isaac as they cross the crosswalk Monday after classes got out at J Nelson Kelly Elementary School. Jesse Trelstad/Grand Forks Herald
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Grand Forks County Sheriff Bob Rost joined MacTalk to discuss drugs and crime that might be associated with drug use.  Is there a change afoot in the area?

As our interview wound down and we began discussing the danger of ATVs, traffic fines in North Dakota (he thinks they’re a joke) and his personal future after his term expires in 2018, Rost plainly stated the following “I’m going to run for County Commission I think.” For more, click here.

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