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Editorials

Doug Hamilton, a fixture on the airwaves in Fargo-Moorhead as a TV news anchor and public radio host, was a consummate professional.
China's pattern of using economic development projects to disguise its aggressive espionage in the United States demands that the China-backed corn mill in Grand Forks receive thorough scrutiny.
Roughly 3.9 million Minnesotans – 86% of adults monthly – read newspapers, according to a recent survey.
North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley must go further to determine whether a trove of deleted emails can be recovered -- and name an outside prosecutor to determine whether any laws were broken.

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North Dakota needs to pick up the pace in building a pipeline to deliver water to the Red River Valley to avoid inflationary cost increases and to ensure water supplies during prolonged droughts.
North Dakota should invest in an improved Painted Canyon visitor center at Theodore Roosevelt National Park that can be a gateway to western national parks -- and attractions in Medora and elsewhere in North Dakota.
From the editorial: "Lawmakers had the opportunity this session to extend the program or, better yet, to make it permanent. It has more than proven its worth. ... Instead, lawmakers did nothing."
Aerial spotters have helped nab speeders and exhibition drivers. That's a good start to what needs to be a sustained and concerted effort to make Fargo's streets safe.

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