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Hoeven seeks nominees for award

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Gov. John Hoeven is calling for North Dakotans to nominate fellow citizens for the Above & Beyond Honors Award, a distinguished civilian honor awarded by the national Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

The award recognizes three civilian Americans every year who have made a difference in the lives of others through a singular act of extraordinary heroism or through their continued commitment to putting others before themselves without regard for personal gain.

One nominee from each of the 50 states will be selected as a finalist, and all 50 will receive a Congressional Medal of Honor Society Medallion of Nomination. Three of the nominees will be selected for the national award.

Nominations can be submitted online at www.aboveandbeyond365.com through Dec. 16. For more information, visit www.cmohs.org .

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