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Rep. Cramer to 'work' at The Hub on Monday
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MRSA staph infection leads to postponement of Richardton-Taylor-Hebron football game against Hettinger-Scranton
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The remaining five University of North Dakota nickname possibilities are Roughriders, Northstars, Fighting Hawks, Nodaks and Sundogs.
UPDATE: UND/North Dakota removed from UND nickname ballot; alumni may vote
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Man shot in Jamestown after reported break-in
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North Dakota to recover more than $316,000 for testing glitches
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Dalrymple will approve ‘community experts’ to address teacher shortage, spokesman says
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Stark Co. Planning and Zoning Board rejects stricter wind farm regulations
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Reaction split on proposed natural gas flaring change
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Oil soars over 10 percent, biggest gain in 6 years
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Jail escapee found in Williston
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Horse racing ‘likely’ to return to Fargo in 2016
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Father of slain Virginia TV reporter vows to fight for gun control
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President Barack Obama chats with a local resident during a visit to an area reconstructed after Hurricane Katrina, accompanied by New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, right, during a presidential visit to New Orleans on Thursday. (Reuters Photo)
Obama lauds New Orleans’ progress since Katrina
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Sam DeMarais, forester with the Fargo Park District, shows damage to trees done by beavers in Lemke Park in Fargo in this undated photo. (FNS Photo by Carrie Snyder)
Fargo park officials open to beaver control without killing, but no deal set yet
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Inside The Dickinson Press

Press Graphic by Kalsey Stults 
It costs Dickinson Public Schools $9,303.79 to educate one student. This graphic explains how that money is broken down and where it goes.

Dickinson’s public school system has the lowest cost per student expenses of any of the state’s major cities.
The Dickinson Public School District spent an average of $9,303.79 per ...

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