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Rosalyn Pelles spoke to about 150 UND students, faculty, staff and members of the community at Monday’s brunch event, about her long experience as an activist and how she remembers Martin Luther King Jr.
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Behind the scenes, small businesses have had help navigating the pandemic from employees and contractors at Small Business Development Centers.
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Allegiant Air has resumed service in Grand Forks and Delta Airlines has upped the number of round-trip flights to Minneapolis to four per day.
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Kevin Iverson, the North Dakota demographer, said this is what happens when people around the country follow the promise of economic opportunity.

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Some of the most popular items among students are the hardest to get.
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Most of the state's 23,000 miles of trail are maintained by local club members.
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Paul Thureen and his writing partner, Hannah Bos, are part of the creative team that produced "Somebody Somewhere," a seven-episode series about an outsider's journey of self-discovery
Western North Dakota writer, musician, storyteller Veeder celebrates rural life in her new children's book, "Prairie Princess"
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When researchers at the Northern Great Plains Research Lab near Mandan first began researching the sustainability of North Dakota’s native grasslands in 1916, the words "climate change" would have meant little to them. But a century-old study is aiding new research to address today's problems.
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WDAY meteorologist Lydia Blume and news anchor Becky Parker are both pregnant and have experienced varying feedback from viewers.

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The Fargo native credits early exposure to the arts for her career as a singer.
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The Germans from Russia brought distinctive Christmas customs to North Dakota when they immigrated in the 1890s and early 1900s. Some have faded away, but many traditional foods remain part of holiday celebrations.
Legislators say law likely won't open the door to ban theory for universities and colleges

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