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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
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Week in ReligionThe relationship between religion and political party identification has remained consistent since 2008, according to a recent Gallup Poll. Americans who are very religious are more likely to identify with the Republican Party as compared to those who are moderately religious or nonreligious.

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It was the day I was supposed to write my column – two columns to be exact – so I could go on vacation and not have to worry about sending anything in to my editor.

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If you watch “Game of Thrones,” you know it’s a show that’s not afraid to kill off main characters suddenly and without remorse. (This is all the more shocking if you haven’t read the novels on which the show is based.) I haven’t read the books, so...

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July 31Word of the Day, This Day in History, Number to Know, Website of the Day, Today’s Featured Birthday and Daily Quote.Word of the Dayhinterland \ HIN-tur-land \ noun; A region remote from urban areas; backcountry. — Dictionary.com

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Captain Munnerlyn started his first training camp with the Minnesota Vikings away from the action and on the sideline, placed on the physically unable to perform list so he could work his way through a minor hamstring injury.

Updated at 10:25 PM

Think outside the bun with these 12 healthy spin-offs on a classic summer burger.

Posted at 9:30 PM

Minnesota Democrats enjoy campaign cash advantages in all races for statewide office as the party seeks to keep its current grip on state government power.

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The Hennepin County Attorney's Office is petitioning to try a juvenile as an adult in a shooting death following a confrontation on a Metro Transit bus.

Posted at 8:00 PM

One of the four men accused of keeping a "stash house" for a Mexican drug cartel in St. Paul has pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine.

Posted at 7:30 PM

The state attorney general says the North Dakota State University Development Foundation broke the law when it failed to provide a citizen with a copy of the group's expenditures.

Updated at 7:27 PM

A lawsuit challenging the 9/11 Memorial Museum's display of the Ground Zero cross was dismissed for a second time on Monday. Crosses on public property continue to stir debates across the country.

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