Forman is about 95 miles from Fargo, located in Sargent County in the southeast portion of North Dakota. It is not far from Havana, N.D., where much of the Goedert/Phillips clan is from.“Dallas was born in Havana and his family have been there for 127 years,” Gordon wrote.It is also near the South Dakota border, and in the neighborhood of 30 miles north of Britton, S.D., where Goedert (“The Britton Bomber”) grew up and graduated high school.
Heitkamp is one of the most vulnerable Democratic senators facing re-election in 2018, and she appeared to be in even more trouble after the election of President Donald Trump in 2016. Republicans poked and prodded Heitkamp, hand-fed their media lackeys angles from which to attack her and celebrated joyously when the GOP passed a "tax reform" package she voted against.
Bondy makes the case — tongue in cheek, we think — that because Alabama lost a regular-season game to archrival Auburn by 12 points, that the Crimson Tide could not possibly be crowned national champions.So he offered three alternative national champions to Alabama, “based on some alternative facts.”One of them was North Dakota State, coming off its big Football Championship Subdivision title-game victory over James Madison in Frisco, Texas.Here is Bondy’s logic in naming the Bison the “best”...
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Selecting a term
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