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Matt Liebel, owner of Liebel’s Guide Service, poses on board his Lund 2010 Predator on Wednesday on Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota.
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Faces of the Boom: Teacher and fishing guide gives newcomers lessons on Lake Sakakawea
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Members of the Crazy Elk drum group perform Wednesday evening at the Northwest Indian Opportunities Industrialization Center in Bemidji. From left, Frank Gurno, Allen Hardy holding 18-month-old Kelicia Gurno and Antonio Roy play music outside the facility. 
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Weekly drum circles bring native community together
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The new Cenex that opened this past week sits right next to the old one along Highway 10 in Lake Park.
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New stop opens along Highway 10
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Maggie Killian, left, portrays a school bully picking on Stephen Ferrell, as the student, during a presentation for fourth- and fifth-graders in 2005 at Carl Ben Eielson Elementary School in Fargo. North Dakota passed a law in 2011 requiring all school districts in the state to have a plan addressing bullying in place by July 2012. Forum file photo
Anti-bullying bill yet to turn corner in ND
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Ricki LaMorie of Hayward, Wis., smokes a cigarette outside her grandmother Margie LaMorie’s home in Minneapolis during a visit. LaMorie said she knows that smoking is bad for her health and tries not to do it often. Photo by Jennifer Simonson / MPR News
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