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Alex Sahr
Alex Sahr, 96, longtime resident of Fargo ND, passed away on April 18, 2014 at the Fargo Veterans Hospital. Alex Donald Sahr, son of Aaron and Martha Sahr was born on November 20, 1917 in Balfour, ND. Alex attended school in Balfour and after graduation joined the CCC program at Kramer, ND in 1936. In 1938 he transferred to Socorro, New Mexico and worked on the Bosque Del Apache game refuge. In June of 1942 he joined the US Air Corps and after six months of training joined the 15th Air Force and served in North Africa, Sicily and Italy as an aerial gunner with a B-24 Squadron, In February 1944 he and his crew transferred to England and completed their tour of duty with the 8th Air Force.

Alex married Carlene Jefferson on December 19, 1946 they remained lifelong companions for 61 years. They made their home in Fargo, ND where they raised their family.
Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Letter: We make our living from land
‘It’s our North Dakota.” That’s a touching sentiment, one that the ad wizards behind the North Dakotans for the Clean Water, Wildlife and Parks amendment certainly knew would have the desired effect.
Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - INFORUM - Opinion

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North Dakota Farm Bureau contemplates next step
BISMARCK – North Dakota Farm Bureau leaders are mulling their next move after their divisive decision to back a challenger who ultimately failed to topple Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring for the Republican endorsement.
Sunday, April, 20, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Looking for a lake place? Realtors offer tips for buying
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – With hundreds of lakes less than an hour away, having a place of your own is a popular dream for many in the Fargo-Moorhead area.
Saturday, April, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Hires and promotions (April 19)

Saturday, April, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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James W Falck
Jim Falck was surrounded by his family when he died at his home in Beverly, MA, October, 5, 2013 after a brief illness. Jim, 84, was a lifelong artist, architect, landscape architect, and friend to many. Jim was born December 24, 1928, in Edgeley, ND the middle son of Thomas B. and Anne (Heffron) Falck. While Jim was young, the family moved back to the family farm near Buchanan, ND where Jim attended school. Jim attended Jamestown College for one year; then went on to the North Dakota Agricultural College (now NDSU) in Fargo where he was active in the Sigma Chi Fraternity, Blue Key Honor Society, and Bison Brevities. He graduated in 1953 with a degree in architecture. After a tour of duty in the US Air Force as a commissioned officer, Jim moved to Denver, CO to begin a career in architecture which moved him to Houston, Flagstaff, and Phoenix before his return to Denver to work for Victor Hornbein, the most significant architect of the region.

In 1966, Jim relocated to Boston where he worked in the Gropius lead office, the Architects Collaborative in Cambridge, and the Boston Redevelopment Authority. In 1971, he began his 17 year career as the Chief Landscape Architect for the Metropolitan Park System (MDC) in Boston. During that time, he was responsible for park and reservation design, parkway tree planting and design review including the Esplanade, the Fenway, and Mystic Parks. He retired in 1988 to his home in Beverly, MA where he was able to devote the rest of his life to art. He enrolled at the Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, graduating in 1991 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Art. Painting brought Jim his greatest joy – enabling him to explore creativity in all forms. Jim was energized by students and by the beauty he discovered in his travels – exploring art, gardens, food, and always the people he encountered.
Saturday, April, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Letter: Join our local food cooperative
I became irritated while reading the article “What Would It Take?” in the April 9 issue of The Forum. It was an article about luring to town corporate chains such as Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.
Saturday, April, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Federal judge sides with ND, strikes down Minnesota rules on out-of-state power plants
ST. PAUL – A federal judge has blocked restrictions set by the state of Minnesota that tried to limit businesses in North Dakota and other states from building coal-fired power plants and selling the electricity in Minnesota.
Saturday, April, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Avalanche blamed for deaths of 12 guides on Mount Everest
KATHMANDU - An avalanche sweeping down Mount Everest killed 12 Nepali guides on Friday at the start of the main climbing season, the tourism ministry said, in what may be the deadliest single incident on the world's highest peak.
Friday, April, 18, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Fla. man accused of killing crying son so he could keep playing video games
ORLANDO, Fla. - A Florida man annoyed that his 16-month-old crying son was preventing him from playing video games suffocated the toddler and left him to die in a playpen, police said on Friday.
Friday, April, 18, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Fielding questions: Earthworms, night crawlers indiciate health
Q: Do you have any suggestions for getting rid of earthworms and their mounds of dirt? Would power-raking be too hard on the grass? Or would aerating be better for leveling?
Friday, April, 18, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Kovels: Corkscrew collecting a challenge, prices increasing
Wine spoils quickly if exposed to the air. It was not until the 18th century that glassblowers were able to make bottles with narrow necks that made airtight storage possible.
Friday, April, 18, 2014 - INFORUM - None

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Weather Talk: Southerly winds will allow for some milder air
Today is the average first 70-degree day in Fargo-Moorhead. We beat the average by nine days this year.
Friday, April, 18, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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5 Spot: Fargo-themed gifts sure to be hits
With the miniseries “Fargo” airing on FX, this town is again on the pop-culture radar. Share a little of the real city with friends and family by giving Fargo-themed gifts. Here are five ideas that, you betcha, are sure to please:
Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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E-cigarette etiquette: While regulations remain in flux, users recommend being mindful
FARGO – When Kelsey Eaton tries to explain electronic cigarettes to new customers at Infinite Vapor, she first has to give a lesson in lingo. “Vaping” is now a verb, referring to the act of inhaling from the battery-powered devices available in all shapes, styles and price ranges; “atomizers” heat the concentrated liquid, available in several flavors and with or without nicotine.
Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Letter: Get oil companies out of the Bakken
Open up Google and search for “satellite photos of North Dakota at night.” Western North Dakota appears brighter than Minneapolis-St. Paul. The dazzling lights come from oil companies that are “flaring” natural gas instead of harvesting it, sending untold quantities of polluted smoke into our lungs.
Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - INFORUM - Opinion

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'Fargo' draws more than 4 million viewers for first episode
There was no icy reception for FX’s new limited-run series “Fargo.” The 10-part limited series starring Billy Bob Thorton and Colin Hanks drew a combined (original telecast and two encores) 4.15 million total viewers and 1.79 million adults 18-49 for its first installment, titled “The Crocodile’s Dilemma.”
Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Man who trashed West Acres Verizon store in 2004 accused of huffing in Wal-Mart parking lot
FARGO – A man who trashed the Verizon store at the West Acres Shopping Center in 2004 is now accused of huffing a can of air in the Walmart parking lot.
Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Johnson: It won’t be long until we’ll miss these perks of our cold, long winters
Winter is over, whether or not the actual weather conditions in the Red River Valley support my claim.
Wednesday, April, 16, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Bismarck summit to focus on response to EPA emission rules
BISMARCK – Officials from more than 20 states, the energy industry and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have descended on Bismarck to see if they can reach consensus on how to respond to proposed federal rules to curb emissions from power plants and petroleum refineries.
Wednesday, April, 16, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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