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Northport branch of Fargo library closes for the day due to staffing shortage

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Fargo Public Library, downtown. Forum file photo
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FARGO — The Northport Library Branch is closed Saturday, June 18, due to a temporary staffing shortage, according to a press release from the city of Fargo.

Although the branch of the library located at 2714 Broadway N. will be closed, the Dr. James Carlson Library at 2801 32nd Ave. S. and the Main Library at 102 Third St. N. will be operating with regular hours.

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