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CHUCK HAGA

I respect responsible gun owners – people who go through training, know how to handle and store guns properly. Yet I celebrate Congress finally doing something about the nation's gun culture.
The upper valley of the Sheyenne River is unlike the image of North Dakota that most visitors see when they whisk by on Interstate 94
If you have a reunion coming up, especially a big one like the 50th, you should try to be there
I’ve written before about how I value solitude, but the occasional visitor keeps solitude from becoming loneliness.

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I like the spontaneity, the serendipity that comes when we're all in the same room.
An associate professor at UND used focus groups, in-depth Zoom interviews and a broad online survey to find reasons for vaccine hesitancy among county residents in their 20s.
In search of friends and fellowship during Chuck’s Friendship Tour 2022.
At his funeral, he was remembered as a workhorse for the church, a priest “with a down-to-Earth way of conferring the Gospel.”
The nose is a time machine, Dr. Philip Kronk, a clinical psychologist, wrote recently in a column for the Knoxville (Tenn.) News Sentinel. And it’s true.
Some of the very best writing can be found on a good obituary page – history and culture of a time, and the true story of a life that mattered.

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A great many UND students benefit from scholarships built through generous donations from alumni and other friends who are passionate about increasing access to a college education.
As the 25th anniversary of the great flood approached last week, Kim Holmes died, and the city has mourned.
How do we talk with kids about war? How much are today’s kids hearing about the current war in Ukraine?

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