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After 40 years as a college hockey coach, Mel Pearson will not be on a campus this season, having been dismissed from the University of Michigan in August. The claims against him and others there were numerous and thoroughly investigated. In an exclusive hour-long interview with The Rink Live where no topics were off limits, Pearson offered his side of the story regarding the case made against him and his hockey program.
On this episode of Plain Talk, Republican secretary of state candidate Michael Howe debated Democratic-NPL candidate Jeffrey Powell on a wide-ranging set of issues related ot that office.
"I'm not smoking any pot," Dooley said on this episode of Plain Talk, which featured a debate between the two candidates. "He's actually accomplished what he says he's accomplished," adding that he's even gotten permission from Goehring to hunt on his land.
Republican Attorney General Drew Wrigley took on Democratic-NPL challenger Tim Lamb on this episode of the Plain Talk podcast.
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State officials who calculated a fiscal note for the pot legalization measure did not attempt to quantify how much tax revenue North Dakota would bring in through the sale of marijuana.
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The state says it has made it easier for drivers to get their licenses back, but some attorneys say the DOT, low risk and need to drive to get to work in rural areas has caused a vicious cycle of repeated offenses.

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A friend's camper renovation makes it look doable.
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North Dakota allows schools to authorize voluntary recitation of the pledge, so what would Gov. Doug Burgum propose to make it stronger?
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A family's story on how churches and the United States government affected generations of Native Americans through nearly 150 years of the boarding school system.

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