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ND Highway Patrol releases names of victims from fatal crash near Keene
3 hours 8 min ago
Kansas batboy dies after blow to head near on-deck circle
3 hours 9 min ago
DNR shuts down Lake Mille Lacs walleye season
3 hours 55 min ago
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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for Aug. 3, 2015 | INFORUM
5 hours 52 sec ago
Remembering a war's end from a WWII pilot's perspective
5 hours 41 min ago
Nellie Fischer, 19, left, of Grand Forks, is planning to donate a kidney to the brother of her co-worker, Michelle Burrows, right. photo by Eric Hylden / Forum News Service
44-year-old man, 19-year-old woman to be bonded by transplant
5 hours 49 min ago
Fargo Diocese thanks Boy Scouts for stating faith-based organizations can pick leaders based on religious principles
5 hours 58 min ago
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Moorhead's first economic development director soon to depart
6 hours 1 min ago
Pabitra Khadka does tailoring and alterations at Strauss Clothing in Fargo.
Dave Wallis / The Forum
It's My Job: 'Nothing stops me' Bhutanese refugee builds career here as a tailor
13 hours 5 min ago
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Pasta Power! International companies learn about pasta at Fargo's Northern Crops Institute
6 hours 51 min ago
Modern etiquette: 10 rules for success in the workplace
6 hours 31 min ago
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'At least 10 times, we thought we were saying goodbye to her': Casselton toddler struggling after heart transplant
August 2, 2015 - 4:00am
Andrew Hoffman and his dog, Vin, at their home at 905 17th St. S. in Fargo. The house has a 1950s modern feel on the outside, with all the comfortable amenities of a 21st-century home inside. Nick Wagner / The Forum
A fleeting first: After less than a year, Fargo man sells home for chance to move to city's north side
August 2, 2015 - 12:04am
Tyler Hensel got a watercolor semicolon tattoo on his wrist to remind him of how far he's come and how far he has to go. Special to The Forum
Giving pause: Semicolon tattoo a reminder to keep going
August 2, 2015 - 5:00am
Accused Aurora theater gunman James Holmes, third from right, listens to Arapahoe County District Attorney George Brauchler, right, at his arraignment in Centennial, Colorado in this March 12, 2013 file photo REUTERS/R.J. Sangosti/Pool
Colo. jury keeps death penalty as possibility for movie gunman Holmes
5 min 27 sec ago
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