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Gates returns to top of Forbes' richest list
Bill Gates has returned to the top of Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's richest people, as rising stock markets swelled the ranks of billionaires, which included a record number of women.
Monday, March, 03, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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EU tells Russia to withdraw troops or face possible sanctions
BRUSSELS - European Union foreign ministers held out the threat of sanctions against Russia on Monday if Moscow fails to withdraw its troops from Ukraine, while offering to mediate between the two, alongside other international bodies.
Monday, March, 03, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Documents show strategy to 'humanize' Hillary Clinton during husband's terms
WASHINGTON - Aides in former President Bill Clinton's White House crafted a strategy to "humanize" then-first lady Hillary Clinton and work around her "aversion" to the national media, according to documents released on Friday.
Saturday, March, 01, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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At least 28 dead, 162 injured in 'terror' attack at Chinese train station
BEIJING - At least 28 people were killed in a "violent terrorist attack" at a train station in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming by a group of unidentified people brandishing knives, five of whom were shot dead, state media said on Sunday.
Saturday, March, 01, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Kovels: Collectors should look for quality furniture
Collectors and collections are getting younger. So the old 1950s favorite, Chippendale furniture, has now been replaced by 1950s Eames pieces. And 18th-century English Staffordshire ceramics are not as wanted as much as Ohio-made 20th-century Rookwood pottery.
Friday, February, 28, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Smartphone wars go from gadgetry to price
BARCELONA - The mobile phone industry is now looking to the fast-growing demand for smartphones priced at $100 or below as the market for fancier high-end devices has become saturated, but not all handset makers are able or willing to trade down.
Wednesday, February, 26, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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Fugitive Ukraine leader wanted for murder, Russia sounds alarm
KIEV - Ukraine's fugitive president was indicted for "mass murder" on Monday over the shooting of demonstrators as new leaders in Kiev sought urgent Western aid to make up for a loss of funding from Russia, which is angry at the overthrow of its ally.
Monday, February, 24, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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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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Faith Conversations: What is prayer? Seven people, seven answers
FARGO – As a teenager, whenever I felt life’s burdens closing in on me, and sometimes when experiencing joy, I would light a little prayer candle and enter into a divine dialogue that brought immeasurable peace.
Saturday, February, 22, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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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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Milk prices could mooo-ve toward record in March, analysts say
Picking up a gallon of milk at the grocery store is getting pricier and the cost could hit a record high for U.S. consumers in March, analysts warned.
Wednesday, February, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - Business

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Carleton Likness
Carleton Likness went to be with his Lord & Savior early on Sunday morning, February 16, at St. Francis Healthcare Campus, Breckenridge, MN. Carl has spent seven weeks at St. Catherine's Living Center, prior to coming home five days before his passing. The Funeral Service will be Thursday, 10:30 am, at Bethel Lutheran Church, Wahpeton, with Rev. Jim Gustafson officiating. Visitation will be Wednesday, from 5 PM to 8 PM with a 7 PM Prayer Service at Willow Creek Chapel, Wahpeton and one hour before the service at the church on Thursday. Interment will be at a later date at Fairview Memorial Gardens, Wahpeton. Military Honors is to be conducted by Wahpeton Military Honors. Arrangements have been entrusted to Vertin-Munson Funeral Home, Wahpeton, ND.

Carleton was born March 20, 1925 in his rural home at Veblen, SD, to Ella and Christopher Likness. He attended grade school and graduated from Veblen High School in 1943. He enlisted in the Army in 1944 and served in Saipan in the south Pacific for 14 months. He became engaged to Sylvia Hektner in 1946 when he returned from the service. They were married at Mooreton Lutheran Church, December 25, 1946. Carleton graduated from NDSSS in 1947 with an Associate Degree in Printing and Journalism. Carl and Sylvia moved to Milnor that year and purchased the Sargent County Teller. He remained in the newspaper business for 27 years. In addition to working with the newspaper, Carl was appointed as a rural mail carrier in 1953 at the Milnor Post Office. In 1974 he was transferred to Litchville Postal Office, but returned in 1980 to take over DeLamere and McLeod routes for one more year before he retired. After retirement he took a position with the LeeWay Co. at Forman, ND as manager. He later accepted a position as Development Officer at Oak Grove High School in Fargo. Carl was active in his church and community throughout the 41 years that he lived in Milnor. He was a volunteer fireman for 25 years and a lifetime member of ND Fireman's Association. Carl was named general chairman of the Milnor Centennial Celebration. He also served for many years on the Lutheran Social Services Board. In 1974 Carleton was elected Dept. Commander for the State of ND American Legion. He was later elected alternate National Executive Committeeman from 1978-80. He was also a member of the National Legislative Committee. While he was attending a meeting in Washington DC, the Pentagon was attacked by terrorists on 9/11. Recently Carl and his son Cory were part of an Honor Flight to Washington to see the WWII Monument honoring WWll veterans.
Wednesday, February, 19, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Obama among leaders to discuss pipelines at summit
WASHINGTON/MEXICO CITY - North America's three leaders will discuss a controversial pipeline project that would transport Canadian crude deep into the United States at a trade summit this week, Mexico's top diplomat said on Monday, adding he does not see it as a competitive threat.
Monday, February, 17, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Letter: Who wins with oil on rails?
The rumble of oil trains grows increasingly familiar across the United States. But a proposed oil pipeline vital to the future U.S. economy languishes in Washington, D.C., as it waits for approval by the Obama administration.
Sunday, February, 16, 2014 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Letter: Some possess a toddler’s sense of climate change
Only those with a toddler’s conception of science can seriously claim, “It’s really cold outside, thus climate change is a sham!”
Sunday, February, 16, 2014 - INFORUM - Opinion

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Away from Home: Xi’an, China
The “White Ramie Cloth Costume Dance” was a popular folk dance during the Tang Dynasty over a thousand years ago.
Sunday, February, 16, 2014 - INFORUM - Life

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Arthur G. Wieland
Arthur G. Wieland, 92, of Fargo, ND passed away peacefully on February 12, 2014 at Rosewood on Broadway.

Arthur was born on July 9, 1921 to Emil and Mathilda (Schlenker) Wieland in Streeter, ND. Later the family moved to Jamestown, ND where he attended school being active in sports such as hockey and football. He graduated in 1941 from Jamestown High School. Shortly after graduation he moved to Seattle, WA, where he was employed with Seattle/Tacoma Shipyards. In 1942 at the beginning of WWII he enlisted in the Army Signal Corp. with tours in China, Burma and India. He was honorable discharged in 1945, returning to Jamestown. He went on to attend Jamestown College and worked for JCPenny’s, and later fulltime for State Employment Agency. In 1950, he married Dorothy Bechtold in Jamestown where they continued to live. He was recalled to active duty in 1950 with the National Guard Battery ‘C’ soon after the Korean Conflict started and was stationed at Camp Rucker, Alabama. After his discharge in 1953, he returned to Jamestown. He then worked for R.E.Meidinger-Buick. In 1954 he was hired by Depuy Sorkness Clinic., and retired in 1986 as Clinic Administrator at Jamestown Clinic, the position he held for 20 years. He and Dorothy moved to Fargo in 1996.
Friday, February, 14, 2014 - INFORUM - Obits

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Deadly pig disease likely to spur supply shock, benefit producers
JAMESTOWN, N.D. – It’s called Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea – PED virus – and it’s going to have an impact on hog producers in 2014 and 2015, whether their farms get it or not.
Friday, February, 14, 2014 - INFORUM - None

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The second-largest refugee group to settle in area in recent history, the Bhutanese community sees a future in Fargo
FARGO - A year ago, Harka Rai left behind the confines of a refugee camp and came to Fargo where she, along with her parents and 13-year-old son, moved into an apartment in a public housing complex.
Sunday, February, 09, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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Missouri man accused of prostituting woman from China at Bismarck hotel
BISMARCK – A Missouri man is accused of prostituting his 41-year-old wife from China at a Bismarck hotel.
Saturday, February, 08, 2014 - INFORUM - News

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