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July 2, 2018
Pierce County Tribune

Voeller receives Masters in Speech Language Pathology

Emily Voeller graduated from Minot State University recently with her Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Voeller did in an internship in Grand Forks, and has accepted a position recently at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks. Prior to gaining her Masters, Voeller completed her Bachelor of Science degree from Minnesota State University of Moorehead, MN with a degree in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences.

Voeller did an internship studying Parkinson's Disease in Grand Forks and has decided to pursue her career in the Grand Forks area. "Colleen Hermanson in Rugby was very helpful when I was considering getting my education in Speech Language Pathology, and I am very thankful for her guidance in my education."

Class of 1958 reunion

The Leeds High School Class of 1958 Reunion is scheduled for July 21, 2018 at Dakota Farms in Rugby. The reunion starts at 3 p.m. and all former classmates and friends are welcome.

NDNA hosts debate just as Senate election nears

Just as the election campaign enters its final stages, the North Dakota Newspaper Association will host a debate between U.S. Senate candidates Heidi Heitkamp and Kevin Cramer.

The debate is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18 at the Bismarck Public School's Career Academy at Bismarck State College.

That's less than three weeks ahead of the Nov. 6 election, which many believe will be the most expensive campaign in North Dakota history.

Democrat Heitkamp is the incumbent, having served one term. Cramer, her Republican opponent, is giving up his seat in the U.S. House in order to challenge her.

North Dakota's race could help determine which party controls the Senate, where Republicans currently hold a slim majority. Cramer initially opted to seek re-election in the House but jumped to the Senate contest in February.

In the debate, the candidates will be questioned by a three-member panel of newspaper journalists, two of them NDNA members and one a student journalist. WDAY TV will provide the moderator.

The debate will be broadcast live on Forum Communication's ABC network: WDAY in Fargo, WDAZ in Grand Forks, KBMY in Bismarck and KMCY in Minot. It also will be livestreamed on all Forum Communications web sites.

- NDNA

 
 

 

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