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Continued: N.D. hopes to lure workers with promises of the 'Good Life'

  • Article by: JENNIFER BROOKS , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 13, 2014 - 9:21 AM

“The reality of today’s global climate is that we’re in competition with everyone,” Sieben said.


Jennifer Brooks • 612-673-4008

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