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Editorials

The secrecy over the selection of a new North Dakota State University president is so absurd that we can't even know how many applied for the job.
To us, the growing trouble with child care is among the biggest contributors to the Great Resignation in the Dakotas and Minnesota. It’s why we hope state lawmakers, governors and decision-makers continue to seek landmark solutions.
Solving the future workforce challenges in the Midwest will take collaboration and innovation from businesses, communities, educational institutions and government working together to recruit, prepare and train our future workforce.
Hope fills our lives with meaning. Hope propels this time on earth forward even during an uncertain future. And Christians see that hope come alive. But there is so much room to celebrate hope during this season of light, that no one has to be excluded. In fact, that would be a travesty of its own.

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Fargo city leaders are pursuing a policy to increase job quality and worker safety in projects that get tax breaks. They should go further in making economic benefits of tax breaks transparent.
From the editorial: "Abortion had been dividing the nation even before the landmark 1973 decision. ... No matter what the U.S. Supreme Court decides, the battle over abortion won’t go away. But it will be altered."
These recent headlines could potentially hinder future growth and jeopardize a university that was a statewide success story after a series of enrollment surges.
Zandbroz Variety was a pioneer in revitalizing downtown. The store was a rare infusion of new investment in 1991 when it opened in a blighted downtown, eight years before the launch of the Renaissance Zone incentive program.
From the editorial: "Remember Pearl Harbor. We don’t need to have been there ... to push back against its fade into history."

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