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Craig Cobb buys part ownership of former church in Barnes County


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Minot Air Force Base contributes $591 million to Minot's economy


Winter's impact on Souris River Valley spring flooding chances


Former school administrator convicted of child sex crimes wants electronics returned


Trump moves to build border wall, cut sanctuary city funds


Minot man who died in Mont. crash identified


Three Affiliated Tribes to charge higher oil taxes


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North Dakota daily oil production rebounds above 1 million barrels


U.S. officials cancel energy leases on Montana Blackfeet Reservation


Obama shortens sentences for 102 additional federal inmates


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'Our cause is just,' says tribal leader in pipeline protest


'Zika is now here': Mosquitoes now spreading virus in U.S.


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