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Letter: A multi-party solution proposed
Our system of two major parties controlling the federal government has achieved exactly what happens when two persons, partners, or political parties cannot agree – stalemate. The current situation exemplifies the need for more diversity of political parties.
Friday, October, 18, 2013 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Woods stepping it up for Bison receiving corps
FARGO – The plan for most of September was for North Dakota State to use freshman receiver Carey Woods in an as-needed basis. In other words, he was down on the depth chart a bit.
Saturday, October, 12, 2013 - INFORUM - Sports

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Minnesota's Ellison among 8 U.S. House members arrested at immigration rally
WASHINGTON — At least eight Democratic members of the House were among about 200 people arrested Tuesday after they blocked a main street near the Capitol during a massive rally seeking to push Republicans to hold a vote on a stalled immigration reform bill.
Wednesday, October, 09, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Eriksmoen: One of nation’s first female film directors was Casselton native
In 1916, “America’s Sweetheart,” Mary Pickford, selected Casselton, N.D., native Angela Gibson to be her assistant director for the movie “The Pride of the Clan.” Pickford selected Gibson because of “her well-known knowledge of Scottish costumes and folklore.”
Sunday, October, 06, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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How government shutdown would be felt locally
The effects of a government shutdown will be felt by North Dakota’s estimated 5,400 federal employees, many of whom will be furloughed immediately.
Tuesday, October, 01, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Zaleski: Pull up a chair for the circle shoot
The best thing that could happen to Democrats is for Republicans like Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas to dominate the agenda and grab headlines for the next year.
Sunday, September, 29, 2013 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Oktoberfest celebrations on tap for F-M
FARGO – It’s the season of Oktoberfest celebrations, and there are plenty of options old and new to celebrate German culture here at home.
Tuesday, September, 24, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Clara Nohre
Clara Nohre, a loving and loved daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and homemaker, passed away on September 18, 2013, at the age of 104 at the Barrett Care Center. Family members were at her bedside when she took the last breath of a long life lived with grace and generosity.

Clara was born to her Norwegian immigrant parents, Amund and Johanna Nordby, on May 12, 1909, at her parents’ homestead farm in Delaware Township of Grant County, Minnesota. She was the oldest of eight children; all her brothers and sisters preceded her in death. She was baptized at Bethania Lutheran Church and was confirmed in the Christian faith at Ness Lutheran Church at Elbow Lake in 1924.
Saturday, September, 21, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Fewer Twin Cities residents identify as having Nordic roots
MINNEAPOLIS – The Nordic flavor that has profoundly marked Minnesota’s culture for more than a century is gradually fading as fewer residents identify by their German, Norwegian or Swedish roots, according to U.S. census data released Thursday.
Friday, September, 20, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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List of deadliest shooting rampages in US
WASHINGTON - The shooting at a U.S. Navy facility in Washington on Monday was the latest incident of deadly gun violence in the United States. Below are some of the worst such incidents in recent years:
Monday, September, 16, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Zaleski: Dance bans: It’s deja vu all over again
So the kiddies at a Grand Forks school didn’t like dance rules and bolted to an off-school site so they could gyrate as pornographically as they pleased. What else is new?
Sunday, September, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Ahlin: Little girl says: ‘Hey, Mom, I’m not a downstander’
"I’m not a downstander, Mom,” the girl in elementary school says.
Sunday, September, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Sven Orlando Gjesdal
Sven Orlando Gjesdal, a.k.a. Dad, George, Dump-Dump, and Grandpa O, lived every day with gusto, following his mantra: "always try to better yourself." He died Tuesday, September 10 with his family by his side.

Orlando was born October 6, 1928, in Highland Township near Nekoma, ND, to Norwegian immigrants Sven Ole and Kristi (Rystad) Gjesdal. He was very proud of his Norwegian roots, speaking Norwegian before English as a child, taking language classes as an adult, enjoying "kumla" at least once a year, and traveling to Norway multiple times to visit his extended family.
Friday, September, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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UND professor partners with Blue Cross Blue Shield of ND to donate computers to Liberia
FARGO – To honor his mother and father who immigrated to the U.S. in the late 1970s, a University of North Dakota professor and his wife are partnering with Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota to donate up to 100 computers to Nimba County, Liberia.
Thursday, September, 12, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Democrats blast MNsure for poor minority outreach
ST. PAUL — Democrats on a panel that oversees Minnesota's new online health insurance marketplace tore into its leaders Tuesday, charging they have failed so far to adequately reach out to minority communities with high numbers of uninsured people.
Wednesday, September, 11, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Tension over tenure: UND French professor challenges accusations
GRAND FORKS – The witness, a University of North Dakota professor of marketing who had mentored a new, young professor of French for three years, listened as an attorney read through a series of accusations that had been made against the younger woman, his client.
Sunday, September, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Living Faith: Unveiling a well-kept secret of private school
For the past 12 years, I’ve been carrying a secret; one I’ve been reluctant to share too widely for fear I’ll be labeled a snob.
Saturday, September, 07, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Minnesota archbishop calls for immigration reform
MINNEAPOLIS — Twin Cities Archbishop John Nienstedt is calling for federal immigration reform that provides a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants.
Thursday, September, 05, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Duluth preservationists hope for old church's salvation
DULUTH, Minn. – A historic Duluth church building is listed on a website as “available for salvage destruction.” St. Peter’s Church, which was closed in late 2010, is listed on the Minneapolis Craigslist, along with a photo of the building’s interior. But the listing doesn’t mean the building’s fate is sealed, said officials of the Diocese of Duluth, which owns it.
Monday, September, 02, 2013 - Forum News Service - News

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Letter: Remember the millions in economy’s shadow
For many Americans, Labor Day barbecues and picnics mark a nostalgic end to summer. It’s also a time to celebrate work and the people who do the work (and, of course, the people who want to work but can’t find jobs).
Monday, September, 02, 2013 - INFORUM - Opinion

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