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Rep. Marvin Nelson, D-Rolla, and Paul Sorum, a former North Dakota gubernatorial candidate, held a news conference Monday, March 19, in Fargo to discuss a lawsuit they filed in Cass County District Court. The suit challenges the constitutionality of a statute that they argue gives away nearly $2 billion of the state's mineral rights and royalties under Lake Sakakawea. Kim Hyatt / The Forum
Lawsuit seeks decision on Lake Sakakawea mineral rights and royalties
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Bright Sky apartment opening signals a new beginning for a once homeless mom
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Dennis Kujava, his daughter Denise Kujava and sister Debbie Kujava of Badger, Minn., won the $22.8 million Lotto America jackpot last week. Debbie bought the ticket at Holiday Stationstores in Roseau, Minn., and had a pact with her brother that they'd share the proceeds if they ever won the lottery. Denise and her sister, Deanna Kujava (not pictured) also will share in the winnings. (Photo/ Lotto America)
Badger, Minn., siblings win $22.8 million lottery prize
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Xcel Energy: Approx. 2,500 Dilworth customers affected by outage
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Six finalists named in Moorhead superintendent search
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Students use virtual reality to better understand dangers of texting and driving
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Police remind online shoppers of protected exchange location after armed robbery
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Fargo lawmaker involved in gay dating app controversy to seek re-election
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Easton Stick sidelined to start spring practice
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Bison open spring practice with several banged up
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Carson Wentz posts video of himself throwing in Eagles' facility
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Turkey smashes through truck windshield, injures man
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“The Pioneer Family” stands in front of the North Dakota State Capitol on July 14, 2016, in Bismarck. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
New ND Legislature harassment policy a good start but needs tweaks, lawmakers say
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House Majority Leader Al Carlson, R-Fargo, foreground, sits in the gallery at the North Dakota Supreme Court as state Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, middle, and Gov. Doug Burgum confer during legal arguments presented to the five justices in the case involving the challenge by lawmakers of Burgum's issuing five vetoes on parts of spending bills passed in the 2017 legislative session. Mike McCleary / Bismarck Tribune
Historic legal battle between ND governor, lawmakers, reaches state Supreme Court
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National Poison Prevention Week: A reminder of what to keep away from your pets
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