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Chef Judd Eskildson and post officials see the arrangement as a win-win situation: "He's not only a good cook, he's one hell of a cook!"
Cass County State's Attorney Birch Burdick said he didn't see a direct conflict in the shooting of Andrew Martinez, but he sent prosecutorial decisions to North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley to avoid the appearance of conflict.
Kaylee Acevedo lost her right leg in the accident. She still remembers Crookston police officer James Brandon laying with her on the road pinky swearing he wasn't going to let her die.

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The driver of the pickup was able to get out prior to the fire starting and was transported to a nearby hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The West Fargo City Commission has finalized a decision to move ahead with the half-cent tax increase measure. The increase is designed to benefit police and fire services within the city.
According to the department of health, North Dakota has two reported cases of monkeypox. People in close contact with existing monkeypox cases will continue to receive high priority for a vaccination.
Fargo police are urging anyone with information about this incident, or what may have led up to it, to contact them at 701-235-4493. Anonymous tips can be submitted by texting keyword FARGOPD and the tip to 847411.
Saturation patrols will also be conducted Friday, Aug. 19 through Sunday, Aug. 21, all to remind motorists of the dangers of driving under the influence and to remove impaired drivers from the road.
The world nuclear watchdog has said the world risks a disaster if the fighting does not stop. Ukrainian and Russian-installed officials have traded accusations over who is responsible for attacks close to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in southern Ukraine.

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In the 12 months since the United States' chaotic withdrawal, some Afghans have welcomed improved security but struggled with poverty, drought, malnutrition and the fading hope among women that they will have a decisive role in the country's future.
The move comes in the wake of a 7-2 decision by the Fargo School Board last week to rescind an earlier decision requiring that the Pledge of Allegiance be recited at the start of each board meeting.
Since their introduction in the state less than a decade ago, zebra mussels have found their way into 13 bodies of water across South Dakota, most notably leaping westward into Pactola Reservoir last month. Some interest groups think the Department of Game, Fish and Parks could be doing more to slow the spread.

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