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Zaleski: No food police in grandma’s kitchen
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In the Minnesota countryside, a quiet but steady ‘brain gain’ is underway
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Crashes, mayhem, fire drew State Fair crowds to Thrill Day
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Britton Bina, left, and Dylan Nobbs, 19, take a break from swathing wheat near Fordville, N.D., recently. Nobbs is one of a dozen young international farmers who are working in the Lankin area this season. 
Eric Hylden / Grand Forks Herald
‘Farming’s an adventure here’
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Woman struck, killed by two vehicles on Highway 169
31 min 41 sec ago
Two burglary suspects shot by Minot officer
32 min 43 sec ago
Su Botner sanitizes chairs Friday in preparation for the Moorhead School District’s first day of school on Tuesday. Botner said that all-day kindergarten is a huge boost for children. “It helps children by giving them the right direction and foundation,” she said. Photo by Helmut Schmidt / The Forum
Minn. picks up tab for all-day kindergarten
36 min 46 sec ago
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Marcil: Ghosts can be delightful
51 min 36 sec ago
‘Community paramedics’ hope to curb 911 overuse for ambulance calls
1 hour 19 min ago
Women becoming more aware of tendency to over-apologize
1 hour 38 min ago
John Worst far exceeded his greatest expectations. Besides accomplishing the things he planned on doing, he also was a North Dakota senator, lieutenant governor, president of the North Dakota Agricultural College and Immigration Commissioner. He also helped organize a town that, in the 1880s and ’90s, was the “largest town located between Bismarck and Pierre,” S.D.
Did you know that: ND’s John Worst far exceeded expectations by becoming senator, organizing towns
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Moorhead considers changing mayor's role
1 hour 21 min ago
Safety Heagle has been on the field for NDSU's string of five straight wins over FBS teams
6 hours 17 min ago
North Dakota State University’s Carson Wentz (11) jumps over Jevohn Miller (55) for yardage against Iowa State on Saturday, August 30, 2014 in Ames, Iowa. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Kolpack: Wentz emerges as next-in-line QB
7 hours 36 min ago
Jim Shaw: What is hostile, abusive?
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