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Larimore (N.D.) High School senior Mike Finn has decided to forgo college and move to Tioga, N.D., to work in the Oil Patch. Finn said he still intends to go to college in a couple of years but, for now, "I'm in it for the money." John Stennes / Forum Communications Co. BISMARCK - Lisa Douglas was a little shocked when her son told her what he wanted to do after high school. "But like I always told every single one of my kids: It's their choice in what they want to do," she said. When her son, M...

Graduates ponder books vs. oil boom

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BISMARCK - Lisa Douglas was a little shocked when her son told her what he wanted to do after high school.

"But like I always told every single one of my kids: It's their choice in what they want to do," she said.

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When her son, Mike Finn, graduated from Larimore High School on Sunday, he wasn't headed for college and a dorm room.

Instead, he's going to Tioga to live with his uncle and work in the Oil Patch.

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