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Travel alert issued for northeastern ND
The North Dakota Department of Transportation along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol have issued a travel alert for portions of northeastern North Dakota.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Richard C. Gompf
Richard Charles Gompf, age 86 passed away January 24, 2014 while visiting family in Naples, Florida after just returning from another global travel adventure … this time to the Amazon.

Richard Charles Gompf was born to L.F. “Andy” and Hattie Gompf on August 3, 1927 in Council Bluffs, Iowa. At age two his family moved to Fargo, North Dakota where he grew up and graduated from Fargo Central High School in 1945. He attended and graduated from Moorhead State Teacher’s College in 1949 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art. Richard began teaching elementary school in Grand Forks for two years, moved to St. Louis Park, MN in 1951 where he taught K-12 at Mound Public Schools while attending graduate school at the University of Minnesota. It was during his graduate program when he was introduced to the art of sandcasting jewelry which became the hallmark of his lifelong teaching career. He graduated with a Master’s Degree in Education in 1954 and returned to Fargo where he taught at Agassiz Middle School for two years. He moved on to Superior State Teacher’s College in Superior, Wisconsin where he taught jewelry at the college level and art to grades 1-9 for three years. As a sideline to teaching, Richard was a model for Sears Roebuck and appeared in many catalogs. In the winter of 1959 Richard relocated to San Francisco, California to pursue his passion in teaching and the art of jewelry in a warmer climate. After substitute teaching for several months, Richard landed his dream job pioneering an arts program teaching pottery, jewelry and art from 1960-1989 at Miramonte High School in Orinda, California. Richard also served as the President of the Upper California Metallurgical Society.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Dorothy M. Conger
Dorothy M. Conger, 91, resident of Detroit Lakes, MN, died Friday, February 21, 2014 at Emmanuel Nursing Home surrounded by her loving family.

Funeral Services will be held Friday, February 28 at 11AM in First Lutheran Church, Detroit Lakes. Visitation will be held Thursday, February 27 at David Donehower Funeral Home from 5PM-7PM with a Prayer Service at 7PM. Visitation will also continue one hour prior to services at the church on Friday. Interment will be held at Oak Grove Cemetery in Detroit Lakes.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Neighbors: Stories of early-day pioneers worth remembering
North Dakota is gearing up this year to celebrate the 125th anniversary of it becoming a state, which brings to mind those pioneers who were among the first settlers to set foot – and plow – in the area.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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St. Paul prepares to welcome Obama; president's remarks expected to focus on transportation
ST. PAUL – With President Barack Obama scheduled to give remarks Wednesday at the Union Depot in St. Paul, a Lowertown coffee shop and wine bar has an incentive to lure him to its lunch counter.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Fargo schools join career, tech ed consortium with West Fargo, Northern Cass
FARGO – The Fargo, West Fargo and Northern Cass school districts are partnering to expand career and technical education offerings for high school students.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Deputy shot, two suspects from ND found dead south of Alexandria
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. – A bullet-proof vest likely saved the life of a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy who was shot in the chest Monday evening while checking on a suspicious vehicle.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Column: Railroads act to reduce crude-by-rail risks
Bakken oil almost as volatile as gasoline
LONDON - U.S. railroad operators have agreed new safety procedures to reduce the number of fiery derailments involving crude-carrying trains and cut the risk of a catastrophic explosion in a densely populated urban center.
Tuesday, February, 25, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Thelma Houglum
Thelma Houglum, 92, Ulen, MN, formerly Waubun, MN, died Thursday, February 20, 2014, at Sanford Health in Fargo, ND.

Thelma Gudrun Otterson was born December 22, 1921, near Syre, MN, to Nicolai and Hilda Otterson. She attended school at Meadowland Country School near Syre, graduated from Twin Valley High School in 1939 and Moorhead State Teachers College in 1941. Following graduation, Thelma taught school at Cheerful Nook Country School near Flom, MN, where she met her husband and life partner, Monroe Houglum. Following their marriage in 1943 they lived a short time in Newport News, VA, where Monroe was stationed with the U.S. Army and Thelma worked at the Point of Embarkation supporting the war effort. In 1946, Thelma and Monroe moved to Waubun where they would live for the next 59 years. During this time Thelma stayed busy raising three sons and a daughter, working with the Cub Scouts as a Den Mother, the American Legion Auxiliary and being very active at Trinity Lutheran Church where she taught Sunday school and worked at many activities and projects both for the church and the Ladies Aid.
Tuesday, February, 25, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Nancy P. Davis
Nancy P. Davis, 82, Sartell, MN died Saturday, February 22, 2014 at Legends of Heritage Place, Sartell, MN.

Funeral services are pending. Funeral arrangements by Benson Funeral Home, St. Cloud, MN.
Tuesday, February, 25, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Tuesday Tip: Carabiner keeps hair bands handy
Rein in your hair ties and keep them organized and easy to carry with you by putting them on a carabiner, metal link or shower ring.
Tuesday, February, 25, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Mezzaluna makes Travel + Leisure’s faves list
FARGO – Fargo’s Mezzaluna has been added to a list of the favorite restaurants by Travel + Leisure magazine’s editors.
Monday, February, 24, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Kay Hegland
Kay Hegland, 81, of Fargo, ND passed away Saturday, February 22, 2014 in her home.

Kay Ellyn Strahm was born on November 2, 1932 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was the oldest of four children born to Allen and Katherine Strahm. She grew up in Tulsa and graduated from Central High School there.
Monday, February, 24, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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F-M businesses cater to ND's wealthy
FARGO - Some businesses that cater to the wealthy are feeling a flush of success, thanks in part to North Dakota’s new millionaires. A recent report found North Dakota has one of the fastest growing rates of millionaires in the U.S., largely due to oil production and a continued strong farm economy.
Monday, February, 24, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Faces of the Boom: Nurses from Philippines give boost to Oil Patch health care
MINOT, N.D. – Filipino nurse Lucy Meg Quinit thought she and her family would miss home more as they adjust to a new life in North Dakota.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Oil and art: As artists tackle ND’s boom, the results aren’t always pretty
FARGO - As the North Dakota landscape continues to evolve with this latest oil boom, the way people see the state is changing as well.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Away from Home: Idaho
My husband, nephew and I went snowmobiling in West Yellowstone, Mont., and Idaho this month.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Harold Goetz
Harold Goetz was born to Alex and Emma Goetz of Halliday, ND on December 20, 1932 and passed away on January 17, 2014 in Fort Collins, CO. He received his elementary education at a country school but did attend high school in order to help run the family farm. During the Korean War era, he served in the army and received his GED. Following his discharge, he attended junior college in Bottineau, ND, where he met nursing student Lorna Hall, who he married in 1960. He earned his B.S. degree at North Dakota State University (NDSU) in Fargo, ND, was awarded a Fullbright scholarship to study at a university in Hohenheim, Germany, and then returned to NDSU for his Master’s Degree in Botany and Zoology. He later received his Doctorate Degree in Range Management at University of Utah.

During his career years, he served as a teacher, researcher, and administrator who was highly recognized and respected by his colleagues and students. He served as dean and chairman of the Botany/Biology Department, chairman of the Tri-college University Center for Environmental Studies, and was awarded the Doctor of Service Award by the student body while at NDSU. Harold and his family also went to Tehran, Iran for a year where he worked for the United Nations and taught at Tehran University. He later served as the chairman of the Range Science Department at CSU for ten years and retired in 1995.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Teri Pierce
Teri Lynn (Mogck) Pierce, 56, passed away Wednesday February 19th, 2014, surrounded by her girls and sister after a long courageous battle with an incredibly rare cancer. Teri was born September 27th, 1957 to Kenneth Maylon Mogck and Jeanne Elizabeth (Mcgillivary) Charnetzki in Fargo, ND. She was raised in Medina and Forman before moving with her family to Valley City at the age of nine. Teri graduated from VCHS in 1975 and then moved to New York City to work. She was a nanny there for almost two years, as well as did runway and advertisement modeling for toothpaste because of her big white smile. This smile was one that Teri was famous for, through all her years working in sales and hospitality.

On December 27th, 1984 Teri married Steven Pierce in Page, ND. Together they had two daughters, Josalyn Elizabeth and Jenna Ellen. Teri often told her girls stories about her adventures on the farm over the ten years she lived there. Steven and Teri divorced in 1989 and Teri enrolled at Concordia college in Moorhead, MN to study social work. Teri met Craig Schafer and in 1991 and her circle of love was complete with the birth of her youngest daughter Shelby Lee.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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‘Crisis could be coming’
NDDOT director warns of loss of almost $250 million if Congress doesn’t add more to highway fund
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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