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Balance Needed in the Bakken

Nearly everyday now when you open the paper or turn on the local news we are faced with another negative story out of the oil patch here in North Dakota. Meth labs, murders, homelessness, traffic, environmental issues and workers being killed at an alarming rate are becoming the norm while the positive aspects are becoming…

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Some Issues Don’t Fit Into 15 Second Sound Bites

On June 12, North Dakota voters will vote on a proposed constitutional amendment abolishing property taxes. Measure 2 is, without question, one of the most consequential policy questions that have been presented before state voters in more than two decades. Supporters maintain that property taxes are too high, government is too intrusive and citizens should…

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Dual-screen entertainment and what it means for the future

Now that all of the mundane reviews of Super Bowl commercials have been published, let’s get to the good marketing-based data that was generated on February 5, 2012. Did you wonder what Google was doing during the Super Bowl? Aside from serving up ads and fielding a few billion search queries they turned their attention…

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BOLD new addition

It’s like they always say: Once you go BOLD, you never really leave the fold. (Okay, nobody has ever actually said this, but still, it rhymes.) First, earlier this year, Darla Miller returned to KK BOLD after a short absence. And now another former staffer has returned after an even longer time away. We’re very…

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Nisqually Red Wind Casino reaps a Windfall

Windfall is defined by Webster Dictionary as being “an unexpected, unearned, or sudden gain or advantage.” For Nisqually Red Wind Casino, there’s been nothing unexpected or unearned about the rollout of their massive new promotion, Windfall, but they are hoping to see a sudden gain or advantage against their competitors as a result of it.…

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