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"An 80 mph wind ripped through our farmstead near Larimore, North Dakota, toppling trees, some of which landed in inopportune places."
I just returned from my 30th year or so of selling at the annual Grand Rapids Swap Meet. Each time I ask myself, “What am I doing here?” Why do the hundreds of dealers at the swap meet do it?
You may have read the stories, browsed through all the pictures or even heard from the champions. But what you didn’t see was the behind-the-scenes work that went into our coverage. I’m here to brag about the folks who made it happen.
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The Justice Program’s annual report on sex crimes against people with intellectual disabilities shows that this population’s sexual assault rate is seven times higher than the rate of people without disabilities. Sexual assault of the intellectually disabled is an epidemic.
"While there are a great many serious things we need to manage in this earthly life, God does want us to enjoy life too! It is, after all, why he made joy and laughter and the lighter moments that help us celebrate a good life."
"There’s a pretty good argument to be made that Enbridge incentivized arresting people, including creating some new legal theories of theft. A half-dozen people were charged with felony theft for locking themselves to construction equipment, depriving Enbridge of its use. Hubbard County dismissed those charges."
Purchasing Chamber Bucks ensures that your dollars are spent locally — whether you take advantage of the Bonus Bucks program with a gift to yourself or you give an e-gift card to a friend or family — the dollars stay in our Bemidji economy.

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The past two years, as the number of coyotes in our neighborhood has decreased, there has been a commensurate increase in the rabbits.
What if I told you that the most important benefit of having a high school diploma is not the fact that you will earn more money or get a better job. These are worthy benefits, but don’t overlook that your diploma will open doors worldwide for you.
As I continue to meet the staff of Bemidji Area Schools, I am impressed by the dedication to our students and families that I continue to see

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