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Hawley sixth-grader needs heart transplant, but doctors say she's not sick enough

Hawley sixth-grader needs heart transplant, but doctors say she's not sick enough

HAWLEY, Minn. – Shianne Stull was a typical, healthy preteen girl until last summer.

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Federal judge sides with ND, strikes down Minnesota rules on out-of-state power plants

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.

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Fargo company to keep historic Bison Sports Arena bleacher lumber local

Fargo company to keep historic Bison Sports Arena bleacher lumber local

FARGO – Old bleachers from the Bison Sports Arena will get a new life, and could soon be available for North Dakota State University fans to purchase as benches, coffee tables or custom-designed products.

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Members of St. Andrew Lutheran in West Fargo celebrate their beliefs with 'Cross Walk'

Members of St. Andrew Lutheran in West Fargo celebrate their beliefs with 'Cross Walk'

WEST FARGO – More than 50 members of St. Andrew Lutheran Church here participated in its 10th annual “Cross Walk” on Friday morning.

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Fargodome to hold press conference Monday to make announcement; says it's not McCartney concert

FARGO – The Fargodome will hold a press conference at 10 a.m. Monday to make an announcement, though it remains to be seen what will be announced. When contacted Friday for more details, General Manager Rob Sobolik said he couldn’t discuss it until Monday.

Bail set at $500,000 for man accused of trying to kidnap his ex-girlfriend

MOORHEAD – A Clay County judge on Friday set bail at $500,000 for a Bismarck man accused of trying to kidnap his ex-girlfriend after breaking into her Comstock home armed with a Taser.

Rutland residents fight reduction in post office hours

Rutland residents fight reduction in post office hours

RUTLAND, N.D. – Residents here are again fighting to keep normal hours at their post office. The retail window of the post office here, now open eight hours each weekday and two hours on Saturday, will have its weekday hours cut to two hours, a U.S. Postal Service official told the small town of about 180 in a community meeting this week.

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Two horses found starved to death in Hubbard County

Two horses found starved to death in Hubbard County

PARK RAPIDS, Minn. – Hubbard County authorities are investigating a gut-wrenching case of animal abuse after finding two horses that starved to death while tied to trees in northern Minnesota.

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Oil train car fire in Moorhead turns out to be false alarm

MOORHEAD – A call from a concerned citizen about a possible oil train car fire here turned out to be a false alarm, according to Dilworth police official who responded to the scene.

Two Moorhead residents charged with prescription fraud

MOORHEAD – Two Moorhead residents are accused of faking prescriptions for painkillers at four drugstores here and in Dilworth.

Easter and Good Friday closings

UNIVERSITIES/COLLEGES No classes: NDSU, MSUM, Concordia, MSCTC, NDSCS and University of Mary, no classes Friday In session: Rasmussen College

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.

Neighbors: Memories of 1986 Oak Grove basketball team

Neighbors: Memories of 1986 Oak Grove basketball team

Here’s a tie-in with a past Neighbors story and a Fargo high school that had a team playing for a state basketball championship this year.

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Inside Business: Ice cream parlor gets name change

Inside Business: Ice cream parlor gets name change

Fargo -- An ice cream parlor in south Fargo has changed hands and its name.

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Runners, do you have a story to share for the Fargo Marathon? Tell us about it

Runners, do you have a story to share for the Fargo Marathon? Tell us about it

FARGO - Thousands take part the Fargo Marathon each year and everyone who runs has a story to tell.

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Former MSUM point guard leads Memphis Grizzlies into NBA postseason as head coach

Former MSUM point guard leads Memphis Grizzlies into NBA postseason as head coach

Moorhead The Walthalls could have a fragmented rooting interest tonight when the family watches the first round of the NBA Playoffs.

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Area fencing duo performs well at North American Cup National Tournament

Area fencing duo performs well at North American Cup National Tournament

FARGO - When Enrique Alvarez co-founded the Fargo-Moorhead Fencing Club in 2010 his goal was to make a strong fencing committee in the Fargo-Moorhead area.

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Faith Conversations: Shanley choir director uses music to enliven souls of students

Faith Conversations: Shanley choir director uses music to enliven souls of students

Fargo - Arriving at Nativity Church for a Saturday morning interview, I find Rebecca Raber, Shanley High School choir director, in the sanctuary just to the right of the altar and large, metal crucifix that dangles midair.

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Growing Together: Evergreens feelin’ the burn

Growing Together: Evergreens feelin’ the burn

Winter damage causes needles to brown, rust-colored or purple-brown A drive around town caused me to scrap the column I was writing about Easter flowers. When I saw evergreens in home landscapes showing large patches of ugly brown needles, I knew we should tackle the topic.

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Women's Wisdom: Wherever she goes, Phillips finds kindness

Women's Wisdom: Wherever she goes, Phillips finds kindness

FARGO – I’ve been leading women’s empowering workshops for almost two decades, and I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to connect with amazing women around the world.

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