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On behalf of hospitals, we wish to thank Governor Burgum for supporting our health care staff as they continue the fight against COVID-19. By requiring masks, reducing restaurant and bar capacity and limiting hours, and temporarily pausing high school sports, we can slow the spread of the vi…

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In November of 1620, the passengers aboard the Mayflower penned a revolutionary agreement now known as the Mayflower Compact.  This band of refugees had fled their homeland and immigrated to America, bringing with them very little except their determination to make a better life for themselv…

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Each November we celebrate National Hospice Care Month. This year, as we reflect on this important care through the lens of COVID-19, the compassionate care provided by Hospice of the Red River Valley’s staff is more meaningful than ever. Some of the most vulnerable community members entrust…

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I had the privilege for 14 years of representing our area in the North Dakota State Senate. Priority number one was always the Veterans Home. To find out that Sebastian Ertelt voted against the Veterans Home is ridiculous. Then to find out that his seat mate supports him tells me Kathy Skroc…

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Many of you were at a MnDak Upstream Coalition meeting when Eric Dodds of AE2s (who is a representative of the Diversion Authority (DA)) spoke of the mitigation plans for the impacted Cass, Clay, Wilkin and Richland counties. Among the disturbing revelations for the mitigation in the upstrea…

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As we move closer to the November election, there is only one clear choice for State Treasurer and that is Mark Haugen. As demonstrated through his EMS leadership in North Dakota, and as my former EMS instructor, Mark has the skills to lead the treasurer’s office.

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When Mr. Ohm was my coach and teacher during my formative years, I can't say I was truly cut out for his brand of basketball. I didn't practice enough, I wasn't diligent, and I had much growth to accomplish for a man who expects 110 percent from his student athletes.

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