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WDAY News talked with more than a dozen people from our region who winter near Marco and Sanibel Island, Fort Myers and Bonita Springs. All plan to return, but not until power is back, and roads are clear.
Lisa Michelle Koehmstedt, 51, appeared Friday, Sept. 30, in Cass County District Court on a felony charge of theft. She could face up to 20 years in prison if convicted.
David Cook was inaugurated as NDSU's 15th president on Friday, Sept. 30.

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Suspect told police Joshua Brooks planned the shooting and drove the vehicle in the drive-by that killed Santino Marial, court documents said. Who shot Marial remains unclear.
Aaron Judge is one home run away from breaking Roger Maris's record. The athletic director at Maris's alma mater shares his thoughts on the home run race.
Ron and Karen Lee lived in Fargo for 18 years before moving to Florida in 2020. They compared their experience to the flood fights in Fargo.
A GoFundMe has been set up by the academy with a $50,000 goal to improve its playground area that had glass shards in the area. Without it, the academy can't open.
Nyamal Dei said she doesn't know for sure how her tire was punctured, but she suspects it was connected to criticism she received for opposing reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of Fargo School Board meetings, a practice the board adopted earlier this year.
Durgotsav 2022, held at the El Zagal Shrine on Saturday, Oct. 1, is a Hindu festival that celebrates female empowerment.

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"There were no signs of foul play in relation to this incident," Fargo police said in a statement.
Fargo Public Schools announce Thursday, Sept. 29, that North High will honor retired teacher Bruce Larson and alumni Doug Huber and Dr. Sarah Lien during a ceremony at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Prairie Rose Room at the North Dakota State University Memorial Union, 1401 Administration Ave.
The childcare grant program helps rural providers with funding during hard times.

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