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House showcases linear, modern style, high-end features that don’t feel uptight
WEST FARGO - The 4,800-square-foot modern rambler at 943 Mulberry Lane here is waiting for shoes and coats in the mudroom and family photos on the wall. The new build by Serenity Homes of Fargo-Moorhead boasts high-end finishes, 12-foot ceilings, a theater area, a wine cellar and an oversized three-stall garage.
Sunday, April, 13, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Shanley’s Fraase presented with award given to student-athletes who define leadership
Fargo Alivia Fraase’s junior year at Fargo Shanley High School just keeps getting better and better.
Thursday, April, 10, 2014 - INFORUM - Sports

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Robin Huebner reports: A world with music no one else can hear
Hymns are constant companion for Don’s Car Washes founder. Most of them he’s known since childhood from spending Sundays in church, while a few are songs he’s never heard before. But the 84-year-old Fargo man is the only one who hears them. Singing voices and words even go along with the music.
Sunday, April, 06, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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VIDEO: Ex-Bison player tried to sell FCS championship ring
FARGO – A former North Dakota State football player apparently wants to sell one of his championship rings.
Saturday, April, 05, 2014 - INFORUM - Sports

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Kovels: Ugly antique jars often tell interesting stories
‘Ugly jar’ is just one of the names for an antique memory jar – and it often is an accurate description. But a homemade memory jar is of interest because it tells a story. The jars can be any shape, but the most popular with collectors today are jars made from 19th-century jugs or bottles. The jug or bottle was covered with a sticky material. It could be plaster, clay, putty or mortar. New ones are often covered with modern epoxy glue.
Friday, March, 28, 2014 - INFORUM - None

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Judge rejects ABC News bid to throw out 'pink slime' lawsuit
ABC News has failed to persuade a South Dakota state judge to dismiss a $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit by a meat processor complaining about a series of reports that referred to its signature product as "pink slime."
Friday, March, 28, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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U.S. Mint to sell curved coin honoring baseball's hall of fame
SAN FRANCISCO - The United States Mint will begin selling special curved coins this month to honor the National Baseball Hall of Fame, with a design representing the inverse images of a ball and mitt, U.S. Mint officials said on Thursday.
Thursday, March, 13, 2014 - INFORUM - Sports

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Fargo man sentenced in theft of $65,000 worth of coins
FARGO – A man convicted in connection with the theft of $65,000 worth of gold and silver coins was sentenced Monday to 60 days in jail and 1½ years of supervised probation.
Tuesday, March, 11, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Kovels: Goat carts were favorite for work, entertainment
Energy use and cost are big problems today, but our ancestors found some simple solutions. Conestoga Auction Co. in Pennsylvania sold a goat cart in 2013 for $236.
Friday, March, 07, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Did you know that: Mystery enshrouds history of Sakakawea
To me, the best-known woman enshrouded in the greatest amount of mystery in American history has to be Sakakawea.
Sunday, March, 02, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Letter: Biblical mandate for tithing less clear than 10 percent rule
From what I’ve been taught, tithing was not mentioned as a specific number in the Old Testament, and it was first mentioned when Abraham gave back 10 percent of the spoils after defeating Sodom. We do not know exactly what Abraham gave before this event. More or less?
Sunday, March, 02, 2014 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox files for bankruptcy, hit with lawsuit
TOKYO - Mt. Gox, once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange, filed for bankruptcy protection in Japan on Friday, saying it may have lost nearly half a billion dollars worth of the virtual coins due to hacking into its faulty computer system.
Friday, February, 28, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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Republicans Olson, Zupi to face off for District 13 seat in West Fargo
WEST FARGO – Two Republicans here have announced their candidacy for the North Dakota House in District 13, a seat vacated by retiring Rep. Alon Wieland after serving for 12 years.
Tuesday, February, 25, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Schnepf: Dunking very much in style at the Bison Sports Arena
Fargo - TrayVonn Wright has been doing it since he was a sixth-grader when he was shooting hoops in a Waterloo, Iowa, park.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - Sports

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Kovels: Pictures, pottery, textiles help celebrate President’s Day
Presidents’ Day this year was Feb. 17. It’s set by law as the third Monday of February. But it’s officially called “Washington’s Birthday” by the federal government.
Friday, February, 21, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Carl W. Reed, Jr
Carl William Reed, Jr was born to Carl and Madeline (Kohler) Reed on October 24, 1918, in Minneapolis Minnesota. Carl served in the United States Army during World War II and married Bonnie Nelson on October 31, 1942. His wife preceded him in death in 2009.

After working in x-ray equipment sales and service for a number of years, Carl was the founding president of Dakota Medical Systems (DMS) of Fargo. He enjoyed collecting stamps and coins, golfing, and amateur radio broadcasting. Carl is survived by his children: Janet (Jim) Gilsdorf of Ann Arbor, Michigan; Nancy (Bruce) Markusen of Portland, Oregon; Carl W. (Susan) Reed, III of Houston, Texas; and Patty Reed of Fargo, ND; grandchildren: Daniel and Joseph Gilsdorf, William Markusen, William Heckenkamp, Katie Carkin, and Anne Dubberke; five great grandchildren: Lauren, Emery, Natalie, Ainsley, and McKenzie; brothers, Robert of Montevideo, MN, and Paul of Minneapolis, MN.
Thursday, February, 20, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Cowboys win coin flip with Ravens for No. 16 pick in NFL Draft
The Dallas Cowboys will pick No. 16 in the first round of the NFL Draft in May.
Wednesday, February, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - Sports

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Bitcoin plunges after major platform indefinitely halts withdrawals
NEW YORK - The price of the digital currency bitcoin slid to its lowest level in nearly two months on Monday after bitcoin digital marketplace Mt. Gox said a halt on withdrawals it announced on Friday would continue indefinitely after it detected "unusual activity."
Monday, February, 10, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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Five Things Friday: Five tips for safer travel abroad
FARGO – I thought Paris would be all macarons, art and wine. And then I met my first pickpocket, and my iPhone was gone.
Thursday, January, 30, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Kovels: Fortune tellers have been popular for years
In the United States, many 20th-century amusement parks had fortune teller machines that enticed customers. Put a coin (or, in later years, a dollar bill) in the slot, and the life-size figure in the glass-fronted booth nodded and moved mouth, hands and even eyes while giving you a card telling your future.
Friday, January, 24, 2014 - INFORUM - None

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