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Sharon Lavonne Rousseau
Moorhead woman sentenced for sending Christmas card to neighbor
46 min 41 sec ago
Moorhead council OKs 14.4 percent tax levy increase
15 sec ago
Moorhead OKs property tax exemption for proposed entertainment hub
31 min 4 sec ago
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Respiratory illness spreads to North Dakota
49 min 25 sec ago
Flu vaccine supply should be adequate in ND despite early delays, health officials say
1 hour 12 min ago
Dayton says steps increasing scrutiny of child protection will help state, counties handle abuse claims
24 min 15 sec ago
North Dakota attorney general says higher ed board violated open meetings law
1 hour 31 min ago
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Julie Fedorchak
ND PSC incumbent touts experience, challenger talks failed leadership
4 hours 1 min ago
NDSU names new athletic director
9 hours 2 min ago
U.S. lawmakers urge continued ban on in-flight cellphone calls
4 hours 59 min ago
From left, Monika Browne’s great-grandmother Waleria Hankus, Browne’s grandmother, Maria Hankus, and a great-aunt of Browne’s in Poland. During World War II, Waleria was forced into slave labor at a camp in Dresden, Germany, and Maria became a resistance fighter. Browne plays Maria Wallner in Tin Roof Theatre Company’s production of “Judgment at Nuremberg.” Special to The Forum
‘Judgment at Nuremberg’ revisits World War II war crimes
8 hours 54 min ago
Alaska TV reporter quits with on-air expletive to run marijuana business
11 hours 6 min ago
Construction work continues around a playground area at Riverbend Park near Freedom Elementary in West Fargo. David Samson / The Forum
Preserving parks: With many major cities in our region growing, policies to provide recreational spaces have become a priority
September 21, 2014 - 7:48pm
Julie Joyce-Smith, left, talks with her parents BeeAnn and Richard Olson on Thursday at Edgewood Vista in south Fargo. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Careful conversation: Talking to parents about aging issues difficult but necessary
9 hours 2 min ago
No mattress is designed to last for a lifetime, according to Darrell Hansen, president of Furniture for Less. freeimages.com
Common household goods expire or wear out – when do they need to be replaced?
September 21, 2014 - 2:27pm

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