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State Fair police officers close the gates as a handful of Black Lives Matters demonstrators try to open the gates at entrance 7 at the Minnesota State Fair Grounds in Falcon Heights, on Saturday, August 29, 2015. (Pioneer Press: John Autey)
Peaceful Black Lives Matters marchers find State Fair gates closed
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Three injured, one seriously, in crash near Walcott, ND
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Jane Alexander, executive director of Churches United for the Homeless, expresses her thanks for a donation made by St. John Lutheran Church of Fargo Sunday, February 16, 2014. Darren Gibbins / The Forum
Moorhead homeless shelter seeks 'different direction' after director's exit
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Minnesota State Fair poultry exhibits in 2015 are limited to photos and other displays without live birds because of avian flu concerns. Across the street from the poultry barn is Turkey to Go, which continues attracting long lines for turkey sandwiches and drumsticks. Don Davis / Forum News Service
Minn. poultry producers brace for bird flu's possible return in fall
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U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar signs her new book at the Minnesota State Fair  for President Doug Peterson of the Minnesota Farmers' Union. Her book is entitled "The Senator Next Door: Memoir frm the Heartland." Don Davis / Forum News Service
In new book, Klobuchar advocates getting along, touts comity with Hoeven
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7 local businesses fail alcohol compliance check
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Five injured in broadside crash Friday night north of Moorhead
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Alyssa Vistab manages the LOT 2029 store on Main Avenue in downtown Fargo. The store is one of several open on Sundays in the downtown area.
Dave Wallis / The Forum
Sunday sales: More downtown businesses are opening Sundays
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Letter: Another option for UND
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Rory Beil, seen Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, on Broadway, co-founded Streets Alive in 2010. The event clears parts of downtown for people to walk, roll or dance down the street. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Co-founder of Streets Alive leaving event after five years
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The intersection of Seventh Street and First Avenue North in New Rockford has a different view to the northeast corner after a fire consumed the majority of a building that housed the local newspaper.
Despite fire destroying its office, New Rockford newspaper back on its feet
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Devon Thompson of Moorhead, left, and TJ Anderson of Shanley collide while going after the ball during the Saturday, August 29, 2015, game at Moorhead.
Dave Wallis / The Forum
Shanley remains undefeated with win over Moorhead
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Mike Wieser of North Dakota State offers up the ball after making a game-winning diving catch Sept. 6, 2003, against Montana in Missoula. The Bison won 25-24 after a 24-2 halftime deficit during their inaugural Division 1 football game.
Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Win at Montana in 2003 stands out among Bison signature wins
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Waves crash along the shores of the Malecon in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on Friday. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas
Erika downgraded from tropical storm status as it loses intensity over Cuba
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