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First Lady Betsy Dalrympe (left) and Secretary of State Al Jaeger (right) present Elizabeth Miller of West Fargo, with a first-place certificate during the National History Day in North Dakota state competition April 8 at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck. Miller took first place for her topic of "Spectator at Anton Illinois: A Period Interpretation of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates" in the Senior Individual Performance Category. (Note: Credit photo to the State Historical Society of North Dakota).

West Fargo's Miller advances to national history contest

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West Fargo's Elizabeth Miller was one of 10 students who placed first at the National History Day (NHD) in North Dakota state contest April 8, at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck. The winners and are now eligible to advance to the NHD contest at the University of Maryland June 12-16, where top prizes include college scholarships. 

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