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W. Carter Johnson first began studying the ecology of the Dakotas as a graduate student at North Dakota State University in the 1960s and early '70s. His new book offers a survey of the region's natural history and the many ways in which humans have altered the land.
The First Amendment has, historically, been at the center of what it means to be an American, but these days it seems millions of Americans are less concerned with protecting ideas, and their expression, then silencing them.
Roxane B. Salonen writes about the "Grace Gallops" author's book and her quest to help others.
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The "King of the Beatniks" himself Jack Kerouac was impressed by something that happened to him in Dickinson in 1949.

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"Coming Home" columnist Jessie Veeder explains how "Prairie Princess" came about after she moved back to her family's ranch, and why she wanted to publish it as a children's book now.
Doug Lodermeier, of Edina, Minnesota, recently published “Minnesota Duck Calls – yesterday’s and today’s folk artists Volume 2” and “Minnesota Duck Decoys – yesterday’s and today’s folk artists Volume 2.”
Fifth grade teacher Leah Miller says having everyone in the building read for the first 20 minutes of the day has boosted student comprehension levels, attention spans and their passion for books.
In today's "Minding Our Elders" column, Carol discusses "The Empowered Caregiver" and the information in this recently published book.
Review: Science journalist Sam Apple investigates the lost discoveries of Otto Warburg, a German scientist who defied Nazis.
"Minnesota's Best Autumn Hikes" details how to get there and what you'll see.

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Reviewing "The Violence Project, How to Stop a Mass Shooting Epidemic," the authors view active shooter drills as counterproductive and they find our so-called "school hardening" techniques to be waste.
Louis L'Amour's comfortable childhood in Jamestown, in a house brimming with books and conversation, ended in financial distress, launching his life of travel and adventure that shaped the career of one America's most beloved Western writers.
Jeffrey Miller decided to base his stories around a fictional town in southeast North Dakota. Like Stephen King’s Castle Rock and Garrison Keillor's Lake Wobegon, Miller has Klasburg.

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