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A basic winter survival kit should include a shovel, windshield scraper, jumper cables, a rope, winter hat, gloves and socks, a blanket or sleeping bag, matches, a flashlight, water, a candy bars orenergy bars, toilet paper, a whistle, something to read or an activity book with a writing utensil and a phone charger. Other suggested items not pictured include a candle, winter boots and sand, kitty litter or mats to be used for traction. David Samson / Forum News Serviceplay button
What you need in your winter survival kit
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April 9, 2017
Laminda Murach of Buxton, North Dakota, waits in a recliner at the Cancer Center of North Dakota for her immunotherapy to start on Monday, March 27, 2017 in Grand Forks, N.D. Murach was diagnosed four years ago with a typical life expectancy of nine months. (Jesse Trelstad/Grand Forks Herald)
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Press Photo by Katherine Grandstrand
On Friday Patrick Momany talks about how food has influenced his life and brought him to Dickinson. The 58-year-old moved to North Dakota last year and set up shop in on Interstate-94 Business Loop East after experiencing a mild North Dakota winter in his catering truck.
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