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Dickinson’s Strube recognized by Hoeven

Sarah Strube, of Dickinson, was among the six North Dakota interns who Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., thanks for their service as interns during fall semester.

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Sarah Strube, of Dickinson, was among the six North Dakota interns who Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., thanks for their service as interns during fall semester.

Strube interned in Hoeven’s Washington, D.C., office.

“Internships are a great opportunity to gain professional experience while also getting a first-hand look at the legislative process,” Hoeven said in a statement. “We hope the skills these young people have learned will help them achieve their educational and career goals. My staff and I thank this group of interns for all of their hard work during the past few months, and appreciate their enthusiasm and willingness to become involved in public service.”

The daughter of Beth Ehlis, of Dickinson, and Ernie Strube, of Mayville, Strube is studying business economics and political science at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks.

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