• Vivian and Tom Bernotas and families
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Placing flowers on the gravesite of a loved one is a loving and beautiful act of remembering and celebrating those who are no longer with us. This tribute is also a tradition, especially during the days before and after our traditional Memorial Day. The flowers/plants add a touch of beauty a…

  • Perry Miller, Wahpeton, North Dakota
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News Flash: In 2016, a rogue government entity can walk into your yard, take ownership of your property, without due process, no answers given, and say “We’ll agree on a price later.”

  • Ed Schafer, president, University of North Dakota
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I am privileged to serve as president of the University of North Dakota, an institution so outstanding that everywhere you turn, you find excellence. I was reminded of that earlier this week when we honored staff from across campus who had reached milestone years and who collectively had 5,0…

  • JPA Editorial Team
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The Final Environmental Impact Statement released Monday by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is everything upstream opponents could have hoped for. It vindicates our arguments and all but guarantees Fargo’s diversion will be vetoed by Minnesota.

  • Eric M. Smallwood, Dickinson, North Dakota
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I’ve been paying close attention to the candidates competing for the Republican nomination for governor this June. If there’s one thing which has become abundantly clear, it’s that the message being preached by Wayne Stenehjem is woefully out of touch with reality.

  • Tom Asbridge, Bismarck, North Dakota
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As North Dakotans, we are being asked to make one of the most important decisions in our state’s history. On June 14 we will go to the polls and make a decision on who owns North Dakota – landlords or the people of our state.

  • By Wanda Seliski
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Marketplace for Kids is a unique educational program that encourages developing young entrepreneurs. It provides young people with a forum to present and showcase projects, demonstrating entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity.

  • By Kathy Diekman
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Saturday, April 30 was the annual Fargo Parks District spring garden party. For the last eight years, Fargo Parks has invited us north to be the animal feature at their event. This year we presented a few critters, including a mama Alpaca and her baby.

  • JPA Editorial Team
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“No one could foresee the extent to which commodity prices would fall after the North Dakota Legislature adopted the current budget,” said Gov. Jack Dalrymple, speaking to the Fargo Forum about his call for even deeper state budget cuts – 10 percent across the board.

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