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Two injured, one seriously, in Otter Tail County crash
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Elsa Lund, 23, a recent Concordia College graduate, performs in 2014 with students in Norwegian camp at Concordia Language Villages. Photo special to The Forum.
Concordia program cuts won't affect Language Villages
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Kathryn Schneibel stands by a dentist chair at the Grand Forks Aspen Dental business on 32nd Avenue South.. Jesse Trelstad / Forum News Service
Distributing dentists: Some North Dakota counties lack dentists
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Mike McFeely
McFeely: Four score and seven deals ago, what if a different president spoke at Gettysburg?
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Rep. Kylie Oversen, chairwoman of the ND Democratic Party. Eric Hylden / Forum News Service
Still without statewide candidates, ND Democrats optimistic
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Tammy Swift
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Forum editorial: Consider impact on neighbors
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Rob Port
Rob Port: It’s good ND Dems are in minority
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Jim Shaw
Jim Shaw: What’s with south Fargo mail mess?
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Steve Stark
Steve Stark: Verona had more public art, but Fargo has more drunks
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Jack Zaleski
Jack Zaleski: Who’s the antichrist? Cruz or Trump?
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Isaac Sevlie of Minnesota State University Moorhead grabs a rebound during the Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, game against Augustana at MSUM.
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No. 1 Augustana defeats No. 8-ranked Dragons in front of sellout crowd
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Taste of the Season event Monday benefits North High grad, Fargo teacher, both fighting cancer
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Dealing Marshawn Lynch would be a seismic move, but could it be the right one for the Seahawks? Steven Bisig / USA TODAY Sports
Seahawks' Lynch may be closer to retiring
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