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(Press Photo by Nadya Faulx) Best Friends Mentoring Program executive director Kris Fehr looks through files at the organization’s Villard Street office Friday in Dickinson. She said funding cuts have forced the organization to temporarily suspend one of its tutoring programs, even as demand for services has grown 140 percent in recent years.

Best Friends Mentoring Program sees drop in funding, demand in services

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When Cynthia Terry moved from Texas to Dickinson with her family a year ago, it took a while for her twins, now 11, to adjust to their new city.

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"Our children were going through a hard time," she said. "They didn't have anyone. It's always difficult for children, when they start a new school, to get adjusted."

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