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Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Midgets win a fifth state championship

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Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region. But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place. Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581587","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company. Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question. Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581588","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help. Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records. The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently. Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files. As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581590","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.   Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office. Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976. Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget times North Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried. The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Midgets win a fifth state championship [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581586","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region. But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place. Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure
The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company. Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question. Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581588","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help. Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records. The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently. Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files. As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581590","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.   Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office. Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976. Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget times North Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried. The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Midgets win a fifth state championship [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581586","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region. But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place. Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581587","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company. Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question. Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives
If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help. Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records. The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently. Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files. As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581590","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.   Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office. Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976. Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget times North Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried. The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Midgets win a fifth state championship [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581586","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region. But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place. Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581587","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company. Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question. Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581588","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help. Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records. The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently. Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files. As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy
Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.   Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office. Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976. Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget times North Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried. The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Midgets win a fifth state championship

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Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region.But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place.Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581587","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company.Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question.Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581588","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help.Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records.The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently.Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files.As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581590","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.  Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office.Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976.Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget timesNorth Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried.The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Midgets win a fifth state championship[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581586","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region.But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place.Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure
The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company.Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question.Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581588","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help.Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records.The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently.Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files.As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581590","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.  Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office.Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976.Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget timesNorth Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried.The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Midgets win a fifth state championship[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581586","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region.But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place.Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581587","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company.Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question.Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives
If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help.Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records.The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently.Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files.As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581590","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.  Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office.Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976.Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget timesNorth Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried.The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.Here’s some of our top stories from Sunday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Midgets win a fifth state championship[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581586","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]Going into the Class A state baseball tournament, Dickinson High was seeded third out of the West Region.But the Midgets wouldn't walk away with anything less than first place.Four years after Haider disappearance, his family continues to seek closure[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581587","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]The Dickinson Police Department’s investigation into Eric Haider’s death is officially closed and its report details the struggle to find his body at the construction site he disappeared from in 2012. Haider’s remains were unearthed May 21, 2015, by private investigators working with a construction company.Still, Maryellen Suchan, Haider’s mother, says how her son died has been a difficult open question.Man keeps tabs on North Dakota’s oil archives[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2581588","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"180"}}]]If you need to research an oil well from 1951, Kevin Bean can help.Bean manages a warehouse in Bismarck, where rows of file cabinets and boxes stacked nearly to the ceiling contain North Dakota oil production records.The North Dakota Department of Mineral Resources requires that many records – such as files on individual oil wells and saltwater disposal reports – be kept permanently.Although many of the oil and gas documents have been digitized, Director Lynn Helms said the department maintains both the paper and digital files.As Burgum doubles down on ‘career politician’ label, Stenehjem claims hypocrisy
Entrepreneur versus career politician. Job creator versus regulator. Visionary versus the status quo.  Fargo businessman Doug Burgum’s campaign for governor has criticized Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem on many fronts, but none as consistently as Stenehjem’s 40 years in elected office.Burgum’s latest video, released last week, was arguably his harshest attack yet on his rival for the Republican nomination in the June 14 primary, knocking Stenehjem as a “career politician” first elected in 1976.Democrats worried about property tax relief in tough budget timesNorth Dakota Democratic leaders are raising alarms about whether the state will be able to continue to provide property tax relief during tough fiscal times, but others don't appear worried.The state has eased property taxes, which are levied by local governments, through a 12 percent buydown. For the current two-year budget cycle, the state set aside $250 million for the buydown.

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