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Lieutenant Adam Gustafson died while on duty in May last year.
More than 5,000 students qualified for the 2022 presidential scholar awards as a result of their SAT or ACT scores, or through nominations.
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Average wages for child care workers have risen in recent years but decreased from $11.61 to $11.19 an hour from 2020 to 2021, said Zach Packineau, director of outreach and programming for ND Voices Network.
ACLU North Dakota, ERA Now, North Dakota WIN Fund, North Dakota Women’s Network, Planned Parenthood North Central States, Prairie Action ND and the Red River Women’s Clinic, North Dakota’s only abortion provider, are supporting the May 14 rallies, according to a statement form organizers.

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There's a mixed outlook for Minnesota's economy, but the nation's economy is shrinking and showing signs of a potential recession, according to an updated forecast released by North Dakota State University.
The attorney general’s lawsuit seeks to ban Glasser Images from providing future photography services, restitution for consumers and subcontractors, and appropriate civil penalties.
For the first time this year, Gary Adkisson's name did not appear in its usual spot as a member of the Tribune's editorial board in the Friday, April 29, edition of the outlet's print or digital newspaper.
Kaylee Alvarado of Bismarck said there was "blood everywhere" when her son's foreskin was forced back during a routine medical procedure.
A week since the storm's start, North Dakota's top industry regulator said the state has recovered about half of that production gap but may still be pumping fewer than a million barrels a day.
The announcement that the Biden administration plans to reopen leasing on public lands has received a lukewarm welcome from oil industry backers while drawing outrage from some national environmental groups.

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A Watford City-based company reported that extreme weather caused a fire on its salt water disposal site in McKenzie County and prevented them from immediately reaching the scene.
Though the unemployment rate climbed slightly, year-over-year data signaled a continued recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The storm will provide a good amount of relief, but there's still a long way to go.

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