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Opinion

As the 2022 class prepares to graduate at the end of this year, I thought it would be fitting to reflect on the similarities between two difficult time periods a century apart.
The following is a letter to the editor submitted to the Bemidji Pioneer by a reader. It does not necessarily reflect the views of the Bemidji Pioneer. To submit a letter, email letters@bemidjipioneer.com or mail it to Bemidji Pioneer, P.O. Box 455, Bemidji, MN 56601.
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.
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"The prayer is dear to Christians because Jesus, the son of God, teaches us to pray in this fashion. And while there are variations depending upon the Christian denomination, the prayer has remained fairly consistent in wording for hundreds of years."
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Popular Lund boats made in New York Mills factory will be common on Minnesota lakes on fishing opener Saturday, May 14.
With a solid business plan, hard work and enthusiasm, agritourism can be an option to stay on a farm and create added income, all while providing others a connection to agriculture.
Losing the bank in town seemed like it could be the beginning of the end for the community. Instead, it revealed that there are still some business leaders who believe in small towns.
As a sports journalist, there are certain times when the moment overwhelms any chance of remaining completely calm and collected. I was fortunate enough to experience two moments like that this past hockey season.
"If America alone takes injudicious steps to decrease carbon emissions in reaction to overstated or unproven global warming fears, it risks becoming dependent for essential energy supplies on countries that couldn’t care less about climate change," writes InForum columnist Mike Hulett.

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"We’re all frayed from two years of living with anxiety, worry, division, financial concerns, employment concerns, separation from our loved ones, death and illness. And making our way back from this tender place is going to take time and intention. In other words, it’s going to take us emulating God’s lead."
Modern ag really is a big tent, and there's room inside for many kinds of farming operations.
For Memorial Day, an American military cemetery in Cambridge wants to honor the Americans (including North Dakotans and Minnesotans) who are buried there with photos beside their grave markers. Maybe you know one of these men.

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