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Grand Island Northwest (Neb.) High School's Victor Isele has verbally committed to play football at North Dakota State.
'I was roofied:' MSUM grad shares story of rape and abortion she kept to herself until Roe v. Wade decision
She was 21 and had just graduated from Minnesota State University-Moorhead, and was working at a local TV station.
In Minnesota, abortion is protected by the state’s constitution and is legal up to the point of viability, which is generally thought to begin at about 24 weeks, when the fetus can survive outside the womb. Those who work with Minnesotans who seek abortions say barriers, both legal and practical, forced some to travel to Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, Washington, D.C., and Wisconsin even prior to the Supreme Court’s decision.
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NOAA will use this computer upgrade to launch new model applications starting this fall.
Supreme Court Marshal Gail Curley made the request in a July 1 letter to Hogan, noting that Maryland law prohibits people from intentionally assembling “in a manner that disrupts a person’s right to tranquility in the person’s home.”
The motorcyclist was wearing a helmet when he crashed between Detroit Lakes and Park Rapids.
A Williston woman opened a door and was hit by the truck she fell out of, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
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If our congressional delegation isn't paying attention to the Jan. 6 committee, if they're dismissive of its revelations, then they are derelict in their duties to our state, and our country.
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.