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The Fargo Public Library hosts two events for babies to engage in art and creativity at the Dr. James Carlson Library and the Main Library. “Artsy Babies” is an opportunity for babies ages 4 months to 24 months and…

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Delivered with Heart and Honor

Four members of the North Dakota State community were honored in January due to their outreach efforts involving a donation of more than 6,500 pounds of beans to the St. Francis Mission on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South…

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Salt Raises Concern

There is a growing environmental concern in areas of the country where salt is used to melt snow and ice on roads and sidewalks. Maintenance supervisors for roadways recognize the results from using salt and the problems they cause,…

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Unlimited Learning with Cengage

Cengage Learning introduces Cengage Unlimited, a new option for students to access course materials through a digital subscription service. The new service allows students to access “more than 22,000 e-books and digital learning products across 675 courses and 70…

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The House Intelligence Committee voted to release a memo that details alleged surveillance abuses by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Justice Department, escalating tensions between Republicans and U.S. intelligence agencies. The Republican-controlled committee passed the vote…

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The Trump administration has released an outline for agricultural legislation that focuses on food stamps, regulatory cuts and limiting subsidies to farmers. The current farm bill in previous years has had a cost over $100 billion, which authorizes programs…

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Party, Politics and a Promise

Politics in Congress brought the federal government to a three-day shutdown, starting last Friday at midnight after the Senate failed to pass a temporary spending measure. The weeks leading up to the shutdown were filled with tense negotiations between…

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Voter Affidavits Under Spotlight

This week the state of North Dakota asked a federal judge to lift an injunction, enacted in August 2016, that prevented the state from enacting its voter identification law that did not include the affidavit option, a previous option…

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New Pipeline for Bakken

A 900-mile natural gas pipeline is proposed to accommodate the Bakken Formation and the Williston Basin in efforts to assist with the increasing production of North Dakota natural gas and working to reduce flaring and venting, wherein gas is…

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Future Hazy for ND Marijuana

On Thursday, Jan. 4, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his decision to rescind Obama-era policies at the Department of Justice that discouraged federal prosecutors from pursuing marijuana cases in states where the substance is legal, whether the purpose…