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"Operation Blue Prairie" sought to cut off the drug pipeline between Detroit and North Dakota. Prosecutors charged 26 people, including 17 North Dakotans.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association and the Minnesota State High School League both passed NIL policies this week about a year after the NCAA did the same.
A pilot project between Minnesota's second largest supplier of electricity, Great River Energy, and a Massachusetts start-up claims to have a breakthrough in battery technology that would allow for vast expansions of renewable energy on the power grid.
The landmark settlement, the second-largest multi-state agreement in U.S. history, will send a total of $45 million to North Dakota and $303 million to Minnesota, according the attorney general’s offices of the two states.

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A group of six Sisseton and Wahpeton Sioux children were among the first students at Carlisle Indian Industrial School. Only three of them left the school alive.
"Fielding Questions" columnist Don Kinzler also hears from readers about Norfolk Island pine problems and the ripening dates for tomatoes.
In today's "Growing Together" column, Don Kinzler explains what we should do around the yard this month to keep our trees, shrubs and perennials healthy.
In today's "Home with the Lost Italian," Sarah Nasello shares her tip for opening a pomegranate and putting it to good use in a delicious, nutritious salad.
"Fielding Questions" columnist Don Kinzler also answers questions about an old houseplant and geranium cuttings.
In today's "Growing Together" column, Don Kinzler explains why it's important to pick a good mix — and why spending a little more now is worth it.

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In today's "Home with the Lost Italian," Sarah Nasello shares a recipe for a special holiday treat that came from a client's grandmother.
"Fielding Questions" columnist Don Kinzler also answers questions about potentilla winter breakage and ornamental sweet potatoes.
In today's "Growing Together" column, Don Kinzler explains how national supply chain problems could lead to higher prices, whether you buy artificial or real.

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