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Lawmakers weigh in on government shutdown


State of the State Address in Minot


James Johns announces candidacy for Mountrail County Sheriff


ND Congressional Delegation votes against shutdown


Ward County State's Atty race taking shape


Potential impact of government shutdown on Minot Air Force Base


Turtle Lake to hold special meeting


Main Street North Dakota a focus for Burgum


Two more join Minot City Council race


State wants injunction lifted


Chief Deputy Kelly Leben announces intentions to run for Burleigh County sheriff


Bismarck groups head to 'March for Life' event in Washington, D.C.


Former Mandan business owner Terry Barnes announces candidacy for Bismarck mayor


Burleigh County Sheriff Heinert not seeking re-election


Lincoln community seeks resignation of 3 City Council Members


Supreme Court to revisit its ruling on Quill vs. ND


North Dakota United president apologizes for Twitter comments about President Trump


Minot City Council race begins to take shape


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