"People are upset," said Randy Hultgren, publisher of the Thief River Falls Times, where business is good. "It's not so much that they have to have Great Lakes here. They just want service. They don't care who it is, they just want one. It's a progressive town and you have to have an airport."
"We cannot turn a blind eye to what’s going on in the shadows, and what is at the root cause of it" he stressed. "Learning about what exacerbates the problem of human trafficking is a difficult topic, but we must address the evidence before us. If we could save one child, one woman, one life, then our efforts would be worth it."