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NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

A North Dakota potato breeder brings in a speaker from Wyoming who has trained a dog to detect potato virus diseases using their nose.
The project in Sartell, Minnesota, will be a tribute to Tom Bearson, 18, whose 2014 homicide remains unsolved.
North Dakota State University's Pre-Vet Club hosted a camp for children interested in becoming a veterinarian.
The University of Kansas administrator will take over for President Dean Bresciani, who has been at NDSU since 2010.

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With two graduation ceremonies, tailgaters and a football game, Friday is set to be busy for North Dakota State.
Walker and Park Rapids clinic provider Kelsey Stay's residency, which started in October, is part of a federally funded program involving Essentia Health in partnership with North Dakota State University.
The gut microbiome has been shown to play a role in ways that are both positive and negative in health. A team of researchers from Sanford Health and North Dakota State University will explore whether certain gut bacteria can trigger stress eating.
Shrouded in mystery, the death of Tommy Bearson, of Sartell, Minnesota, by homicidal violence in September 2014 is still being actively investigated, according to Moorhead police.
North Dakota State University's Bison Strides hosted a weekend-long equine therapy workshop where attendees were given the opportunity to become a certified equine specialist.
North Dakota State University professor Tom Isern has dedicated his life to documenting and teaching about life on the Great Plains and the roots of agriculture.

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North Dakota State University offers equine activities and assisted therapies in a program called Bison Strides. This program allows participants to receive therapy in a fun and unconventional environment.
"To us, this is a win whether we get a hundred names or a hundred thousand," Gunnar Johnson said, adding that about 600 names have been received so far.
A Moorhead mom is hoping her written word will inspire others to cheer on loved ones battling COVID-19.

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