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Grand Forks leaders expressed confusion and frustration over the Republican senators’ decision to oppose the project before the conclusion of a review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.
A conservative youth movement is underway in the North Dakota House of Representatives. Next session, five Republican legislators under 25 will serve in the lower chamber.
State Rep. Rick Becker said his proposed legislation focuses on protecting the rights of landowners with the aim of ensuring property owners will be treated with respect and have a say in what happens to their land.
The Industrial Commission approved a $100 million low-interest loan for Project Tundra, Minnkota Power Cooperative's ambitious $1.45 billion carbon capture venture.
State spill investigation manager Bill Suess told Forum News Service the recent heavy rain and snowfall means the river is running fast and at a high volume, so the fertilizer will likely dilute in the water.
Pride of Dakota markets and showcases will take place throughout the summer, fall and winter.

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Kurt Groszhans' family is still worried about his safety and hopes this transfer to a western Ukrainian city is one step closer to bringing him home to North Dakota.
Kurt Groszhans can hear the sounds of explosions from his prison cell, his food is being rationed and the facility's heat and electricity have been turning on and off throughout the day, according to his family.
Rose Wendel, Makayla Jones and Molly Musland, students at LaMoure Public School, created a six-minute documentary for C-SPAN's 2022 StudentCam competition about how the federal government can help local beef producers with better antitrust policies.

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