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Tell us your New Year's resolutions

Are you promising yourself that you'll get in better shape next year? Or tackle that big project? Or be kinder to others? Here's your chance to put it in writing. Tell us what your resolutions are and we'll print them in the Herald on New Year's Day.

New Year's resolution

Are you promising yourself that you'll get in better shape next year? Or tackle that big project? Or be kinder to others?

Here's your chance to put it in writing.

Tell us what your resolutions are and we'll print them in the Herald on New Year's Day.

Then we'll check back at the end of the year to see if you've kept them. If you succeeded, we'll proclaim your success. If you didn't... well, we won't judge.

Send us your resolution(s), your name, your town and a phone number we can reach you at. Email news@gfherald.com (subject line: "resolutions") or send mail to Grand Forks Herald c/o New Year's Resolutions 375 Second Ave. N., Grand Forks, ND 58203.

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