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Here is your InForum Minute for Friday, Nov. 18.

MOORHEAD — A former Minnesota State University Moorhead basketball player faces misdemeanor criminal charges after police said he brought a gun with him to a game in Nebraska.

Clay County prosecutors filed the charges Wednesday, Nov. 17, against Brandon Stewart Deravine, 22, of Atlanta. Full story here.

Cass County deputy who ran against sheriff to lose job

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FARGO — A Cass County sheriff’s deputy who challenged his boss in this year’s election will lose his job.

Sheriff Jesse Jahner announced Thursday, Nov. 17, that Deputy Mathew King’s last day will be Dec. 31. Full story here.

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Bison women knock off Gophers for home victory against Power Five opponent

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North Dakota State celebrates their win against the University of Minnesota on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, at the Scheels Center in Fargo.
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FARGO — North Dakota State got stellar play from its post players and timely shooting from point guard Heaven Hamling on Thursday night at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex — that combination proved too much for the Minnesota Gophers.

Bison senior forward Taylor Brown scored a game-high 16 points and added 10 rebounds to help her team earn a 71-65 victory against the Gophers before 1,759 fans at Scheels Center. Full story here.

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