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MIKE JACOBS

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North Dakota's results fit the national election narrative.
It’s been a lively election campaign, and late developments cannot be ruled out.
As one who’s spent as much time at county commission meetings over the years as many commissioners, I am all for it.
The week had plenty of ceremony, as well as a big football win on Saturday.
On my walks in Grand Forks, I often meet people I know, and sometimes long conversations ensue. Face-to-face conversations.
The discovery of Indigenous remains and artifacts has happened elsewhere, too. But it may be more consequential here, given the fraught relationship between UND and North Dakota’s Indigenous nations.

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Something somewhat similar happened in North Dakota in 2014.
Google tells me that the Census Bureau has found that fewer than 5% of marriages in the United States last 50 years or more.
This is the most egregious slap at North Dakota’s tradition of open government.

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