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Nationally, Liam was the most popular boy name and Olivia topped the list for girls. Read on to find out the names most popular in North Dakota and Minnesota.
North Dakota State University holds commencement Saturday, May 14, 2022, in the Fargodome.
Minnesota State University Moorhead holds first in-person commencement in three years.
Sally Jacobson has been delighting friends for years by posing for goofy pictures with people's discarded belongings during Cleanup Week. Look at what she's up to this year.

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Nominees must be at least 50 years old, their volunteer work must reflect AARP's vision and purpose, and their work or achievements must inspire others to volunteer.
On April 28, after 33 years, Kim Erickson, a server at the Main Street Restaurant in Detroit Lakes, tabled her last meal, served her last coffee cup and finished her last shift as a morning-meal-highlight at the famous Washington Avenue breakfast stop.
WDAY News asked some park goers at Fargo's Island Park, what precautions they take to stay safe.
The Terry Sjostrom benefit begins Friday night, May 6, at the VFW in Pelican Rapids. The golf tournament is Saturday, along with the big dinner at Central Lutheran Church and a dance that night at the VFW. Donations are being accepted at any Bell Bank location.
North Dakota state Rep. Ruth Anna Buffalo was commencement speaker at the Moorhead college.
Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre's building will be leveled later this year, following a proposed redesign for Island Park, but Judy Lewis says the company plans to stay in Fargo once a new space can be found.

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The event will be held in person in Detroit Lakes, East Grand Forks and Fargo.
The students have been here on a special cultural and language immersion, learning everything about our food, fun and North Dakota home life.
COVID-19 canceled countless proms all across the country. It is why NDSU is hosting its own prom for people who have now waited two years to live out a high school tradition.

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