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A semi-tanker carrying airplane de-icing fluid overturned Wednesday on U.S. Highway 71 at an entrance ramp with U.S. Highway 2. The ramp was closed for hours as crews first had to empty the tanker into another semi-tanker and then lift the truck up and clean the spill. Monte Draper / Forum News Service
Semi-tanker rolls on wet highway, spills de-icing fluid near Bemidji
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A new Spicy Pie restaurant is being built at 2650 52nd Ave. S., Fargo, and is expected to open this spring. It will be adjacent to a bar, and patrons will be able to eat their pizza in the bar, said Mary Brown, Spicy Pie’s marketing manager. Sherri Richards / The Forum
Spicy Pie has three new locations in the works
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Cleveland releases video of police shooting of 12-year-old boy
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Man charged in grisly cabbie attack has history of biting, wife tells police
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Man pleads guilty in strangulation death of Park Rapids woman
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Minnesota AG accuses Savers of deceiving donors
4 hours 45 min ago
Proposed Devils Lake refinery would produce 20,000 barrels of fuel per day
4 hours 48 min ago
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Thanksgiving closings in F-M
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ND hires consultant for $350,000 study on improving response to oil spills, derailments
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‘Suspicious death’ on ND reservation probed
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ND regulators blast proposed EPA rule for coal plants
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Lawyers seek change of venue for trial in Minn. police officer slaying
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Dustings of snow may bookend travel plans in area
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Concordia’s Aaron Zimmer works his way between Minnesota State Moorhead’s Isaac Sevlie and Aaron Lien during a men’s basketball game Tuesday at Memorial Auditorium in Moorhead. At far left is Concordia’s Isaac Anderson. Dave Wallis / The Forum
Dragons cruise to victory against Cobbers
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A two-mile Canadian Pacific train loaded with oil tank cars idles on a track in Enderlin, N.D., Nov. 14. A new city resolution forbids idling, which cuts the town in half, longer than 10 minutes, prompting a federal lawsuit from the railroad. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder
Why Enderlin, N.D., is taking on big rail
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