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Katy Perry, shown here performing at Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in January, brings her tour to the Fargodome Saturday night. REUTERS
Katy Perry concert, RedHawks game, construction, NDSU move-in day create 'perfect storm' for congestion on Saturday
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Work on I-94 Red River bridge starts Sunday
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Founders of the Fee Free Flea Market near Valley City are, from left, Jodi Rae Ingstad, Sheree Lynn Bowen and Chuck Bowen. Chuck Bowen offered his land at Bowen Welding to be used for the flea market. Special to The Forum
Fee-Free Flea Market draws crowds
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Chief Little Shell III was the tribal leader of the Little Shell Pembina Band of North Dakota in the late 1800s. He led a formal protest against the U.S. government in 1892, when the government purchased a large portion of northern North Dakota from area tribes. Members of the Little Shell Band believed then - and still contend today - the deal was done fraudulently, since they never agreed to sell their land.
Little Shell Chippewa Tribe closes in on official federal recognition
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Moorhead police arrest 2 after drivers claim their vehicles were struck by thrown rocks
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Kory Anderson is the president of Horsch LLC and Anderson Industries LLC. Anderson started working in the manufacturing industry at a young age with just his two hands. Now he oversees the two companies’ operations for all of North America.	 Nick Wagner / The Forum
Making a Mark: Young entrepreneur stresses importance of leadership
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