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Bill Clinton to visit Grand Forks March 17

The former U.S. President is scheduled to speak at the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party's state convention. Clinton also plans to tour some of the areas he visited 15 years ago, days after the 1997 floods devastated the Red River Valley.
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The former U.S. President is scheduled to speak at the North Dakota Democratic-NPL Party's state convention. Clinton also plans to tour some of the areas he visited 15 years ago, days after the 1997 floods devastated the Red River Valley.

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