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In a local radio interview, Bresciani listed several boxes that would need to be checked before NDSU could consider moving to an FBS conference — and he raised the possibility that the school's athletic department fundraising has nearly reached its peak.
Shaw writes, "Fargo residents can now vote for as many candidates as they like, although only two will be elected. So, I encourage Fargo voters to vote for many of those running to get the strong candidates elected and to defeat the anti-science candidates. There are five highly qualified candidates running for city commission, and I will vote for all five."
Whalen writes about how hard it is to see one's pet in pain.
For all the Sturm und Drang from lawmakers over Burgum supposedly violating the "separation of powers" by meddling in legislative races, they couldn't muster enough votes to even put some reporting requirements on committees like Burgum during their session last year.

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"Mainstream media’s operative definition of free speech has evolved largely to speech conforming to the leftist Democrat worldview," writes InForum columnist Mike Hulett.
Get informed about the threats at events this week.
Zaleski writes, "Both the potential for and the appearance of conflict of interest would be front and center should Roers Jones become mayor. It’s inevitable, even if everything possible were done to avoid it."
Jeffrey Powell, the Democratic-NPL candidate for secretary of state, talks about his campaign on this episode of Plain Talk, as does Republican U.S. Senate candidate Riley Kuntz.
Burgum is once again flooding North Dakota's legislative races with his money. He's not doing anything illegal, or even particularly unusual (outside of the scale of the spending), but the way he's doing it is creating rancor he could have avoided.
Omdahl advocates using Legacy Fund dollars to provide mental health screenings for children.

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Five years ago, Inka Mathew felt a tug on her heart from God after she learned from a friend that Houston is a big hub for human trafficking. A freelance graphic designer, Mathew said God pulled on her heart to use her talents to help fight the slave trade, and the small business 139Made was born.
Affidavits filed by law enforcement officials seeking search warrants in the investigation into a robbery and assault incident targeting Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney's son give a clearer picture of the incident.
Robert Wheeler, a political activist who campaigned for chairman of the North Dakota Republican Party last year, pleaded guilty to criminal vehicle injury, as well as a disorderly conduct charge.

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