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Members of the Crazy Elk drum group perform Wednesday evening at the Northwest Indian Opportunities Industrialization Center in Bemidji. From left, Frank Gurno, Allen Hardy holding 18-month-old Kelicia Gurno and Antonio Roy play music outside the facility. 
Monte Draper / Forum News Service
Weekly drum circles bring native community together
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The new Cenex that opened this past week sits right next to the old one along Highway 10 in Lake Park.
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New stop opens along Highway 10
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ND’s largest free outdoor event begins Thursday
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Future Bison players get look at Fargodome at Shrine Bowl
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Troopers arrest 18 in Cass County for DUI
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Red River Valley Fair vendor employee arrested for terrorizing
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Teenager airlifted after rollover near Lisbon, ND
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Officials ID Detroit Lakes woman found dead Saturday
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Becker County sets priorities in fight against zebra mussels
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A long line of people looking to purchase synthetic drugs queues up in front of the Last Place on Earth head shop in downtown Duluth in this Sept. 15, 2011, file photo.
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Duluth marks year without hub of synthetic drug activity
July 12, 2014 - 10:38pm
Maggie Killian, left, portrays a school bully picking on Stephen Ferrell, as the student, during a presentation for fourth- and fifth-graders in 2005 at Carl Ben Eielson Elementary School in Fargo. North Dakota passed a law in 2011 requiring all school districts in the state to have a plan addressing bullying in place by July 2012. Forum file photo
Anti-bullying bill yet to turn corner in ND
July 12, 2014 - 11:21pm
One injured in Polk County rollover
July 12, 2014 - 10:39pm
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MnSCU change expert's $2M contract raises questions
July 12, 2014 - 11:28pm
Ricki LaMorie of Hayward, Wis., smokes a cigarette outside her grandmother Margie LaMorie’s home in Minneapolis during a visit. LaMorie said she knows that smoking is bad for her health and tries not to do it often. Photo by Jennifer Simonson / MPR News
Cancer hits Minn.'s American Indian population hard
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