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Opinion

If I were a Becker Backer, I wouldn't be happy. Not with the half-hearted campaign, Becker ran for the U.S. Senate, or the lack of support for candidates representing the movement he founded.
It is odd that mental health has become a major problem in a country flowing with money and professionalism, both essential for attacking the problem.
There have been so many times when I wished you could come back again to the United States. I figured you could find your way to Winnipeg. Then you could take a bus down here to “the Forks.” I think you would like to see the grounds of the University of North Dakota as well as our city parks.
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What evidence did the media provide to the effect that conservatives, broadly writ, had espoused the Great Replacement Theory?
Dress standards for deluxe dining started collapsing decades ago, but the pandemic pounded them further.
In search of friends and fellowship during Chuck’s Friendship Tour 2022.
For all the Sturm und Drang from lawmakers over Burgum supposedly violating the "separation of powers" by meddling in legislative races, they couldn't muster enough votes to even put some reporting requirements on committees like Burgum during their session last year.
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Jeffrey Powell, the Democratic-NPL candidate for secretary of state, talks about his campaign on this episode of Plain Talk, as does Republican U.S. Senate candidate Riley Kuntz.

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This small café in the heart of the University of North Dakota campus provides a quiet spot for coffee breaks or lunch. Menu is unique with salads, sandwiches, bowls. There are desserts as well as beverages.
Burgum is once again flooding North Dakota's legislative races with his money. He's not doing anything illegal, or even particularly unusual (outside of the scale of the spending), but the way he's doing it is creating rancor he could have avoided.
Five years ago, Inka Mathew felt a tug on her heart from God after she learned from a friend that Houston is a big hub for human trafficking. A freelance graphic designer, Mathew said God pulled on her heart to use her talents to help fight the slave trade, and the small business 139Made was born.

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