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Students from Adrian, Edgerton, Murray County Central and Luverne schools attended the event.
After heading to Rapid City for the debate, Gov. Kristi Noem left the state for a campaign event with gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake in Arizona. The move drew criticism from some who pointed to Noem's implication in September that recovery from back surgery would curtail her ability to travel for several months.
The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit to fast-track the government's appeal represents a setback for the former president, who had opposed the request.
North Dakota will lead the application process for the Heartland Hydrogen Hub that includes Minnesota, Montana and Wisconsin.
Ettinger will be at the Worthington Event Center at 6:30 p.m. to answer questions from the public.
“We’re dumbfounded,” said Mark Loosbrock, secretary/treasurer of Lismore Cooperative Telephone Company, which spearheaded the project. “They had maps that our engineers, that nobody had. That’s why that money got denied.”

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Three candidates are on the ballot for the Nov. 8 election
The rally is Thursday evening at Clyde Iron Works. Duluth is the first stop on their three-city tour of Minnesota.
Legislators passed a bill this spring to provide $500 million in bonus checks to workers who had to report to their jobs during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and put themselves at greater risk than those who were able to work remotely.

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