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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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‘Like flies to honey,’ contractors flock to N.D. for work
BISMARCK – As the joke goes, North Dakota has two seasons: winter and road construction. And with the state Department of Transportation preparing for more than $1 billion in projects this year, it’s open season for out-of-state contractors looking for work.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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It’s pothole season again
Anyone who’s driven down Main Avenue lately knows that, without a doubt, pothole season has arrived.
Sunday, February, 23, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Business briefs (Feb. 22)

Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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Patricia Ann Sturdevant
Patricia Ann Sturdevant died on February 19, 2014 with her family by her side. She was born February 13, 1937 in Breckenridge, MN to Theodore and Amelia Jaeger.

She resided for many years in North Dakota and Minnesota. In her later years she moved to Bozeman, MT to be close to family, but Mooreton, ND was always considered her home
Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Harold L. Newman
Harold L. Newman, 80, Jamestown, ND, died Thursday, February 20, 2014 at his home in Jamestown.

Harold was born August 28, 1933 in Mayville, ND, the son of Albert and Bertha (Gidskemo) Newman. He grew up, attended elementary school and graduated from high school in Mayville. He went to Mayville State College for two years and continued his last two years at Moorhead State University, graduating in 1956. On May 31, 1953 Harold married Mary Harwood in Moorhead.
Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Carol F. (Bushaw) Buegel
Carol F. (Bushaw) Buegel, 87, longtime Fargo resident, passed away at the Eventide Linden Tree Assisted Living Facility in Moorhead, MN on February 18, 2014; under the care of Red River Valley Hospice and her loving sons, John and Donald.

Carol was born on December 25, 1926 in Grand Forks, ND to Owen Henry and Lillian Viola (Brinton) Bushaw, the sixth of ten children. Carol graduated from Central High School in Grand Forks; later attending Akers Business College. She worked for many years for Dr. Ralph Leigh in his Grand Forks office as a stenographer. Carol was married to Hermann Frederick (Fritz) Buegel, Jr. on August 19, 1947, in Grand Forks, ND.
Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Dayton calls out National Guard amid snowstorm
With more than a foot of fresh snow on the ground in some areas, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton on Friday issued an emergency order directing the Minnesota National Guard to assist stranded motorists.
Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Canadian Ambassador Doer to speak at ND trade summit in Bismarck
BISMARCK - Canadian Ambassador Gary Doer will deliver the keynote address at the Trade and Transportation Beyond Borders summit March 19-20 in Bismarck.
Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Trade Talk: Vinyl Taco expands hours
There’s a new south-of-the-border option for lunch in downtown Fargo. Vinyl Taco, a trendy restaurant and bar, has expanded its business hours. It’s now open 11 a.m. to midnight Monday through Saturday.
Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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Rail industry outlines safety changes to ease crude-by-rail concerns
WASHINGTON – Railroads hauling crude oil will beef up inspections on their tracks and cut speeds to 40 mph while traveling through major metro areas – most trains already travel through the Fargo area at 35 mph – as part of a set of new industry-imposed changes outlined Friday.
Friday, February, 21, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Larry P. Noriega
Larry P. Noriega, 84, died Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at his home in West Fargo.

Larry Paul (Hilario Arenas) Noriega was born March 31, 1929 near Sutherland, Nebraska, to Patricio Arenas Noriega and Anita Venegas Noriega. He attended school in Grand Island and in O’Fallons, and graduated from Cozad High School in 1948. He was drafted into the United States Army in March of 1951, and served in Korea from August 1951 to May of 1952. He was a staff sergeant with the 2nd Division 82nd Anti-Aircraft Battalion and was honorably discharged December 1, 1952 at Fort Cronkite, San Francisco. Following his return to Nebraska, he worked in Cozad at a hay mill and gas station before moving to Grand Island, where he worked as a mechanic and cab driver before beginning his career as a lather.
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Carl T. Carlson
Carl T. Carlson, 81, of Fargo, ND, died Tuesday, February 18, 2014, in Bethany on University in Fargo, with his wife at his side.

Carl, the only child of Camuel and Elisa (Olson) Carlson, was born March 29, 1932, in Minneapolis, MN. The family moved to Souris, ND, where Carl graduated from high school. Carl graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, in 1954. Following his graduation, he served his country in the US Army. After his discharge, he returned to Souris, where he taught school. In the late 1950s, Carl moved to Moorhead, where he taught math in the junior high school.
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Carol M. Hanley
Formerly of Fargo, passed away peacefully, August 19, 2013, at her home in Casa Grande, AZ. Carol was born April 11, 1930 to Earl and Gladys (Blood) Norton in Ventura, CA. After her fathers sudden death in 1935, Carol, her mother and sisters boarded a train and accompanied her father to his final resting place, Stevens Point, WI; hometown of her parents, where her grandfather was mayor. After graduation, Carol ventured to Minneapolis, worked at the telephone company and met her future husband, Michael "Mike" E. Hanley Jr. They were wed April 22, 1950, at Fort Snelling, starting life together in MN; then to WI, and in 1966, they moved their family to Fargo, ND. Raising their 2 children, Carol served as a den mother, Campfire leader and volunteered at the V.A. Hospital. Carol opened a Manpower franchise out of her home, moved it downtown and was an active member with the SBA and the Chamber of Commerce. In 1988, Carol and Mike retired, traveled extensively and truly enjoyed caravanning with friends to rallies all over in their RV, until retiring it in 2002. Carol enjoyed many summers at the family lake home, duplicate bridge and long talks over coffee with her husband of 54 yrs, Mike, who preceded her in death in 2004. Carol is survived by her son, Thomas (Ginnie) Kansas City, MO; daughter, Maureen, Fargo; 5 grandchildren, Jason, Justin, Laura, Janna and Jacob; 3 great-grandchildren; eldest sister, Jeanne Pavlik, Stevens Point, WI; and 7 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Mike and her sister Vera and nephew, Alan Pavlik. A memorial was held in Decem
Friday, February, 21, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Billboard magnate Harold Newman dies; also known for lending his name to Newman Outdoor Field in Fargo
JAMESTOWN, N.D. – Sign magnate Harold Newman, who painted signs in a garage before turning his venture into a multimillion-dollar company, died Thursday at his Jamestown home. He was 80 years old.
Friday, February, 21, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Ardith Preston
Ardith passed away on Monday, February 17, 2014 at Villa Maria in Fargo, surrounded by her loving family.

Ardith Yvonne Rubash was born on September 17, 1935 in Michigan, ND, the daughter of Anton and Laura (Foote) Rubash. She grew up in this area and moved with her family at an early age to East Grand Forks, MN, graduating from East Grand Forks High School. Ardith was united in marriage to Ernest Preston on July 3, 1954 in Grand Forks. After their marriage, the couple made their home in Northern Minnesota where Ernest worked in the mines. They later moved to the Fargo-Moorhead area and to Grandin in 1963. During her time in Grandin, Ardith provided daycare to many families. She later worked for the Hillsboro Nursing Home, retiring after many years of service. Ernest passed away on February 14, 2002, and she continued living in Grandin until 2005. In July of that year she moved to Bethany Retirement Living in Fargo due to the onset of Dementia.
Thursday, February, 20, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Deann “Dee” R. (McCormick) Kirkpatrick
Deann “Dee” R. (McCormick) Kirkpatrick, 54, Fargo, ND passed away February 17, 2014 peacefully in her home. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at Cathedral of the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Bismarck, at 11:30 a.m., with Msgr. Thomas Richter officiating. Burial will be at Menoken Cemetery.

Visitation will be Friday from 5-7 p.m. with a prayer service at 7:00 at Bismarck Funeral Home.
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David G. Klemisch
David G. Klemisch, 53, passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at Essentia Hospital in Fargo, ND with his family by his side.

David Gerard Klemisch was born in Drayton, ND on November 3, 1960 to Robert and Dolores Klemisch. He grew up in Drayton and graduated from Drayton High School in 1979. David enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1980. He was stationed in San Diego, CA aboard the USS Dixon and traveled the Pacific Ocean.
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Ukraine president agrees to truce with opponents as US imposes visa bans
KIEV - Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich said he reached agreement with opposition leaders on a "truce" to halt fighting that has killed 26 people, even as the United States stepped up pressure by imposing travel bans on 20 senior Ukrainian officials.
Thursday, February, 20, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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