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Zaleski: No food police in grandma’s kitchen
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In the Minnesota countryside, a quiet but steady ‘brain gain’ is underway
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Crashes, mayhem, fire drew State Fair crowds to Thrill Day
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Britton Bina, left, and Dylan Nobbs, 19, take a break from swathing wheat near Fordville, N.D., recently. Nobbs is one of a dozen young international farmers who are working in the Lankin area this season. 
Eric Hylden / Grand Forks Herald
‘Farming’s an adventure here’
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Woman struck, killed by two vehicles on Highway 169
1 hour 19 min ago
Two burglary suspects shot by Minot officer
1 hour 20 min ago
Su Botner sanitizes chairs Friday in preparation for the Moorhead School District’s first day of school on Tuesday. Botner said that all-day kindergarten is a huge boost for children. “It helps children by giving them the right direction and foundation,” she said. Photo by Helmut Schmidt / The Forum
Minn. picks up tab for all-day kindergarten
1 hour 24 min ago
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Marcil: Ghosts can be delightful
1 hour 39 min ago
‘Community paramedics’ hope to curb 911 overuse for ambulance calls
2 hours 7 min ago
Women becoming more aware of tendency to over-apologize
2 hours 26 min ago
John Worst far exceeded his greatest expectations. Besides accomplishing the things he planned on doing, he also was a North Dakota senator, lieutenant governor, president of the North Dakota Agricultural College and Immigration Commissioner. He also helped organize a town that, in the 1880s and ’90s, was the “largest town located between Bismarck and Pierre,” S.D.
Did you know that: ND’s John Worst far exceeded expectations by becoming senator, organizing towns
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Moorhead considers changing mayor's role
2 hours 9 min ago
Safety Heagle has been on the field for NDSU's string of five straight wins over FBS teams
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North Dakota State University’s Carson Wentz (11) jumps over Jevohn Miller (55) for yardage against Iowa State on Saturday, August 30, 2014 in Ames, Iowa. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Kolpack: Wentz emerges as next-in-line QB
8 hours 24 min ago
Jim Shaw: What is hostile, abusive?
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