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Shuttle available for MSUM's fireworks display at Bluestem
July 2, 2015 - 3:36pm
Matt Stonie, right is crowned winner of the annual Fourth of July 2015 Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday. Stonie defeated eight-time champion Joey Chestnut 62-60. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
62 hot dogs later, NY eating contest declares new champion
23 min 43 sec ago
Case of missing boy in van highlights limitations of CodeRED emergency alert system
7 hours 48 min ago
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Children in revolutionary war era costumes march through Barnstable Village on Cape Cod, during the annual Fourth of July Parade celebrating the country's Independence Day, in Barnstable, Massachusetts, July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
US marks Fourth of July amid worries over security, sharks, wildfires
4 hours 2 min ago
Peyton Gunderson hangs from a playground outside of Horace Mann Elementary in north Fargo, N.D., on Friday, July 3, 2015. Peyton was playing with his brother, Hayden, who will attend school at the building that becomes 100-years-old this fall.
Nick Wagner / The Forum
Horace Mann school 100th anniversary celebrations planned
7 hours 56 min ago
New Rockford man killed in collision with semi
4 hours 10 min ago
Report: New York fugitive wrote to daughter 'See you on the outside'
15 hours 46 min ago
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Grace Williamson of Iowa City, Iowa, and a villager at Skogfjorden, the Norwegian Village at Concordia Language Villages outside of Bemidji, dances during a dedication of a garden to Ann Nicole Nelson, a former language villages camper who died in 9/11. (Ryan Pietruszewski | Forum News Service)
Family dedicates site at language camp to daughter who died in 9/11
9 hours 47 min ago
StreetsAlive wants to break world record for biggest bunny hop
7 hours 53 min ago
Minn. mine has treasures to share - for now
9 hours 55 min ago
Woman seriously injured by explosion at Winnipeg law firm
16 hours 3 min ago
Tim Worthington pulls a beaver from a trap on Wednesday in Grygla, Minn. For the past few decades, counties in northern Minnesota have offered bounties for the trapping of animals like beavers that cause damage to the land. Logan Werlinger / Forum News Service
Animal trapping programs keeps drainage ditches clear
9 hours 5 min ago
City officials would promote drink sales at Bison games only if available to all
July 3, 2015 - 6:10am
Responding to dangerous calls is job for SWAT team's shortest member
July 3, 2015 - 5:43am
Minnesota Twins left fielder Shane Robinson. Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports
Twins place Robinson on family emergency list
2 hours 22 min ago
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