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A second-floor deck caught fire late Wednesday night, Sept. 28, which caused minimal smoke and fire damage, according to the West Fargo Fire Department.
A close family friend says the couple had confided in her about a suicide pact due to their declining health. Both had been diagnosed with cancer.
The couple and their two dogs were found dead at a residence in Lakeview Township, near Detroit Lakes, on Sept. 27.
The back and forth between Nikki Entzel and two investigators ended with her telling then-Deputy Burleigh County Sheriff Aaron Silbernagel and Special Agent Joe Arenz of the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation that she felt a sort of relief that her husband, Chad Entzel, was dead.

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WDAY News received clarity from the Moorhead superintendent about proposed debt collection for student lunch accounts.
With THC businesses cropping up across Minnesota, both city leaders and store owners are testing the boundaries of the state's new law. It has a lot of cities responding with temporary moratoriums.
Calls to all of their resource lines have jumped up 40% since the Summer launch of 988.
Sen. Kathy Hogan, D-Fargo, said additional training for legislative leaders will better equip them to deal with complaints of harassment.
When Jay Clark and Tammy Soma Clark began Rochester's Apples R Us in 2009 they only had 300 trees planted, now in 2022, they have over 12,500 with plans to plant a third orchard section by 2024.
State Rep. Rick Becker said his proposed legislation focuses on protecting the rights of landowners with the aim of ensuring property owners will be treated with respect and have a say in what happens to their land.

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The storm was already “causing catastrophic storm surge, winds and flooding” in southwest Florida early Wednesday afternoon, the beginning of what promised to be a damaging path across the peninsula. The most immediate and life-threatening concern was storm surge — the waters of the Gulf of Mexico pushed inland by Ian.
Lissa Yellow Bird-Chase filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government after she was arrested during a traffic stop. A complaint alleged she was forced to remove her clothes in front of six BIA agents, including men, in an area where people could come and go.
All but one of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor candidates for statewide office have maintained a fundraising edge in the 2022 campaign.

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