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Second power outage in south Fargo affects more than 600
31 min 16 sec ago
Xcel Energy crew members work on a smoldering utility pole near the Cass County Courthose on Wednesday, May 6, 2015. David Samson / The Forum
Power restored to portion of south Fargo affected by power pole fire
1 hour 57 min ago
A 113-year-old bridge believed to be the longest trestle bridge still standing in Minnesota was severely damaged by a fire early Monday morning. The bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Maggi Stivers / Forum News Service
Three juveniles suspected of setting historic Minn. bridge ablaze
30 min 18 sec ago
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Coroner says UND student died of overdose
4 hours 23 min ago
Runners in the 2014 Fargo Marathon. File photo.
Marathon's reach improving daily with increased social media presence
11 hours 7 min ago
Work is underway for the Heritage Garden and Amphitheater near the site of the former power plant location adjacent to Woodlawn park in Moorhead. The earthen amphitheater built into the hillside north of the main garden area will be used for events such as musical performances and outdoor film screenings. David Samson / The Forum
Grand opening for Moorhead Heritage Garden set for end of July
20 hours 30 min ago
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ND superintendent charged in sexual relationship with 15-year-old boy
21 hours 51 min ago
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A woman tries out the Oculus Rift at E3.(Reuters)
Facebook's virtual-reality headset shipping early next year
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Forum Communications Company Chairman Bill Marcil looks over the award presented to him and his wife, Jane, for their support to the Medora Musical at the conclusion of "An Evening with President Theodore Roosevelt" Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at the Fargo Theatre in downtown Fargo. David Samson / The Forum
Marcils recognized for $1 million donation to Medora Foundation
18 hours 18 min ago
Guy Lindblom tends marijuana plants at the growing facilities of Minnesota Medical Solutions. Photo by Andy Clayton-King/ Special to the St. Paul Pioneer Press
A budding business in Minnesota
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UND nickname committee set to sift through submissions prior to public vote
19 hours 55 min ago
What's on your family bucket list? Tell us about it
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Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Daudt leans into a grill to flip a turkey burger Tuesday, May 5, 2015, as lawmakers serve up a free meal to support the state turkey industry. Don Davis / Forum News Service
Safe turkey sales pitch not reaching everyone
19 hours 39 min ago
Investors lost $62 million on bogus Bakken housing
18 hours 31 min ago
Bird flu prompts Jennie-O layoff
18 hours 37 min ago
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