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WATCH: Grand Forks resident sounds an air horn into a city official's ear
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Tenant-landlord dispute in Perham leads to shooting
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6 hurt in rollover crash near Aneta, ND
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Owen Skodje, 6 months old, was injured June 1 in an accident at a West Fargo day care. He died June 2. Special to The Forum
Fargo infant Owen Skodje's death ruled homicide
20 hours 52 min ago
Moorhead man accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting girl, 10
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Classic, comfortable clothing defines Eric Piela's style. Anna G. Larson / The Forum
Style Profile: Fargo dad chooses classic, functional style
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Merle Haggard. Photo by Danny Clinch, special to The Forum. play button
Bluestem performer Merle Haggard on today's country music: It's crap
September 3, 2015 - 9:39am
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C.J. Smith of North Dakota State watches the end of their footbally game against Montana on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015, in Missoula, Mont.Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Champion calls Montana loss a wakeup call, says defense needs to raise its level of play
8 hours 42 min ago
Versatility of Rasmusson starting to make a mark with Bison volleyball team
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In this 2010 file photo, kindergarten student Markie Noah, center, sits between his grandparents Mary and John Noah, of Fargo, who he brought to his class Thursday at the Fargo school for a special visit. John Noah won a silver medal, which he is holding, as a player on the U.S. hockey team that played in the Olympics in 1952 in Oslo, Norway. John's team was awarded a silver medal after a tied game with Canada. He wears the same coat, scarf and cap that he wore in the ceremonies. Dave Wallis / The Forum
‘Godfather of hockey’: UND star, Olympic medalist John Noah dies at 87
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Lawmakers question whether board tried to circumvent tuition cap with WSC fee increase
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Wyoming Cowboys head coach Craig Bohl leads his team onto the field before a 2014 game against the San Jose State Spartans at War Memorial Stadium. The Spartans defeated the Cowboys 27-20 in overtime. Troy Babbitt-USA TODAY Sports
Schnepf: Bohl faces a tough fight in creating a winner at Wyoming
September 3, 2015 - 2:43am
T. Eugene Thompson, right, is arrested by St. Paul Detective Ernest Williams on June 21, 1963. In one of St. Paul's most celebrated murder cases, 34-year-old Carol Thompson was found beaten and stabbed to death in her Highland Park home on March 6, 1963. Later, her husband, T. Eugene Thompson, is convicted of hiring two men to murder her. Pioneer Press file photo.
Convicted murderer behind one of Minnesota's most infamous crimes dies at 88
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Monster truck Desperado gets close to vertical as he crushes cars inside the Fargodome during the Monster Jam show in 2012. Forum file photo.
Monster Jam rolls into the Fargodome Feb. 5 and 6
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Scotch draws Friday's headlines
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