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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - North Dakota Coalition For Homeless People
Groups including the Salvation Army and several Williston-area churches have organized a program for area homeless people who don't have shelter from this winter's bitter cold.
The current debate around the Ruth Meiers Hospitality House's desire to turn the former Baptist Home into housing, a soup kitchen and a food pantry for the homeless is just one aspect in a much larger problem: What to do with the increasing number of homeless people in North Dakota.