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Letter: A day to give, not to shop
Today is Giving Tuesday, a philanthropic movement initiated last year by a coalition of national nonprofit organizations. Just five days after our national holiday of giving thanks, Giving Tuesday combats the consumerism that follows.
Tuesday, December, 03, 2013 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Faith Conversations: Celebrating 'Thanksgivukkah': Confluence of holidays create an interesting mixture of seasons
Fargo -- It last happened in 1888, and a physicist in New Mexico says it won’t happen again after this year for another 75,000 years.
Friday, November, 22, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Weekend watch: Pangea – Cultivate Our Cultures
As Fargo-Moorhead continues to grow, so does the ethnic diversity of the region.
Thursday, November, 07, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Gertrude Margaret Ginsbach
Gertrude Margaret Ginsbach, 83 of Hankinson, ND passed away Friday, November 1, 2013 at St. Catherine’s Living Center, Wahpeton, ND. Funeral mass was Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Philip’s Catholic Church, Hankinson, ND with Fr. Scott Sautner as celebrant. Visitation was Friday from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m. with a prayer service at 7:30p.m. at the Frank Family Funeral Home, Hankinson. Visitation was also one hour prior to mass at the church. Pallbearers are: Ryan Ginsbach, Erica Manor, Natalia Ginsbach, Michael Ginsbach, Michael Barlow, Gregory Barlow, Andrew Barlow, Mike Coppin, Paul Reinke & Bruce Stein. Organist will be Mary Ellen Krump with special music by St. Philip’s Choir.

Gertrude Margaret Sadlicki was born in Chicago, Illinois on October 2, 1930, to Michael and Stella (Stephania Natalia Rupert) Sadlicki. She was the youngest of five children and her sister Margaret chose her little sister’s name in honor of a close friend. She was baptized and confirmed as an infant in Chicago at the Church of ST. Nicholas. Gertie attended public schools in Chicago through second grade and then moved with her parents and sister to Hankinson where she attended grades three through five. Due to the need for her father to help with the family sign painting business in Chicago during World War II, she moved back with her parents and completed grades six through eight in Chicago.
Wednesday, November, 06, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Walking the Jesus Trail: Paths from Nazareth to Sea of Galilee inspire reflection
NAZARETH, Israel - We climbed the narrow streets of Jesus’ boyhood home in Nazareth and looked out from a steep ridge. Did he really walk here?
Saturday, October, 19, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Grand Forks becomes first ND city to ban housing discrimination based on sexual orientation
GRAND FORKS - In front of a standing-room only crowd, the Grand Forks City Council passed a law Monday banning housing discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the city.
Tuesday, October, 08, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Government shutdown sets federal workers on edge
WASHINGTON — The government shutdown has set federal workers on edge, leaving them to wonder how long it may be before they get paid again as lawmakers show no sign of ending the standstill.
Wednesday, October, 02, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Former F-M area residents plan protest of white supremacist's visit to Leith
FARGO – Three former residents of the Fargo-Moorhead area are organizing a protest of this month’s planned visit to the western North Dakota town of Leith by a man who claims to lead a white supremacist group.
Thursday, September, 12, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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King's 'Dream': How the speech became popular
Was the Martin Luther King Jr. speech now known as "I Have a Dream" masterfully composed and delivered? Of course it was. Was the moment in August 1963 when it was delivered historic? Absolutely.
Tuesday, August, 27, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Myron Bright reflects on long, storied career as US appeals court judge
FARGO – James Dean Walker had been a name in a court file – one rank with injustice – for Judge Myron Bright, who long advocated for a new trial for the Arkansas man who was convicted of murdering a police officer in 1963.
Thursday, August, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Fargo man accused of biting girlfriend's eyebrow, finger during domestic dispute
FARGO – A Fargo man faces felony aggravated assault charges after police accused him of biting his girlfriend in the eyebrow and finger during a domestic dispute.
Tuesday, August, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Commentary: When parents don't vaccinate their kids and other kids suffer
What if a mother decided not to vaccinate her daughter for measles, based on rumors that the vaccine causes autism, and her daughter gets the disease at the age of 4 and passes it to a 1-year-old, who is too young for the vaccine, at her day care center. And what if that baby dies?
Tuesday, August, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Thomas opinion: Vietnam leader no Jefferson
When it comes to Vietnam, I’m all for moving on, putting the past behind us, looking forward, letting bygones be bygones, but doing so requires honesty about the past, lest history be forgotten and the memory and honor tarnished of the 60,000 Americans who died in that war.
Thursday, August, 01, 2013 - Tribune Media Services - Opinion

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Report finds at least 10 suspected Nazi war criminals in U.S. weren't deported as ordered
MINNEAPOLIS — At least 10 suspected Nazi war criminals ordered deported by the United States never left the country, according to an Associated Press review of Justice Department data — and four are living in the United States today. All remained eligible for public benefits such as Social Security until they exhausted appeals, and in one case even beyond.
Tuesday, July, 30, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Saturday, July, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - Business

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Is Paula Deen toast in N-word controversy?
NEW YORK – Her Food Network shows gone, her endorsements crumbling, is Paula Deen – in a word – toast?
Thursday, June, 27, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Living Faith: Bird’s-eye view heightens welcome of new bishop
My first glimpse of the Fargo Diocese’s new bishop didn’t come at the moment or in the way I’d expected.
Saturday, June, 22, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Streisand raps Orthodox Jews' actions against Israeli women
JERUSALEM - U.S. entertainer Barbra Streisand on Monday took a swipe at Orthodox Jews in Israel who compel women to sit in the back of buses and assault them for following religious rituals traditionally reserved for men.
Monday, June, 17, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Former Nazi commander’s life in Minneapolis prompts shock
MINNEAPOLIS – The revelation Friday that a former commander of a Nazi SS-led military unit has lived quietly in Minneapolis for the past six decades came as a shock to people who knew him, prompted harsh condemnations from World War II survivors in the U.S. and Europe, and led prosecutors in Poland to say they would investigate.
Saturday, June, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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In 50 years, huge strides for gay-rights movement
The transition over the last five decades has been far from smooth — replete with bitter protests, anti-gay violence, backlashes that inflicted many political setbacks.
Sunday, June, 09, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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