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A look back at Sen. Quentin Burdick's life and career 30 years after he died while in office.
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David Cook, NDSU's 15th president, confronts enrollment and budgetary challenges. He will deliver his first state of the university address on Sept. 30.
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The canoe trip took Miles Larson, his five paddling partners and their camp counselor across 157.5 miles of lakes, rivers and portages over 15 days.
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The Minnesota Nurses Association, which announced plans for 15,000 nurses to strike for three days starting Sept. 12, said Thursday they still plan to hold their strike, despite the charges.
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As Theodore Roosevelt National Park mulls a new plan for managing the horse herd — that could reduce the number of horses significantly or remove them entirely — advocates urge them to maintain a genetically healthy population.
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Plans arrive as renewable diesel business is expanding quickly

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Curt Eriksmoen's "Did You Know That" column shares the story of Gene Holter, who grew up in Jamestown and went on to train animals that frequently appeared in TV shows and movies.
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Ryan Richard built a new farmstead when the original plan for the Fargo-Moorhead Flood Diversion threatened his original farmstead. But the route of the revised diversion project now runs through his new farmstead, a setback he said will cost him millions of dollars.
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Small town cemeteries face challenges in preserving history

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