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It’s been five years since Leroy Not Afraid traded in a rap sheet for a resume that will impress just about anybody. Now, he’s out spreading his message of hope, freedom and optimism.

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In just a few days legislators from across the state will convene in Bismarck for the 62nd Legislative session. The session begins Tuesday, Jan. 4. District 4 legislators, Sen. John Warner, D-Ryder, and Reps. Tom Conklin, D-Douglas, and Kenton Onstad, D-Parshall, said they are looking forward to the session getting underway. District 4 includes portions of McLean, Mountrail, Ward, McKenzie, Mercer and Dunn counties.

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After meeting with President Barack Obama last week in the White House, Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall indicated he has a good feeling about the president and the tribe’s relationship with the U.S. government.

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An intense winter storm rolled through much of North Dakota on the last day of autumn Monday bringing a new round of heavy snow on top of what is already a near record depth for the month of December.

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There’s been a lot of reaction to the budget Gov. Jack Dalrymple’s presented to the Legislature last week and on the surface, it looks encouraging to northwestern North Dakota.

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It was a small group Tuesday afternon but one of 40 from across North Dakota that examined the issues facing our community and state today.

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An attorney representing numerous members of the Three Affiliated Tribes who say they were wrongfully terminated after the Nov. 2 election, made a statement Wednesday afternoon regarding the controversy that has brewed now for more than a month.

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Gov. Jack Dalrymple today released his 2011-2013 Executive Budget, calling for a policy of building on proven objectives and supporting new areas of emphasis to further grow the State of North Dakota. Gov. Dalrymple’s Executive Budget includes:

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A North Dakota Department of Health official who investigated the Nov. 20 fluid spill at an oil well site north of New Town,

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Even though the number has once again been increased, officials are expecting the fifth annual Bite the Ice On the Hook Ice Fishing Tournament ticket sales to be as brisk as the February wind.

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