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Rynn Willgohs and Zara Crystal, both transgender women who live in Fargo, are working to set up TRANSport, a nonprofit group that Willgohs envisioned to help other trans people in the U.S. emigrate to more hospitable countries.
The Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident.
Damian Lozano-Johnson, 18, a student at Fargo North High School, received a new heart on Oct. 13 at a Chicago hospital, where he developed paralysis afterward.
At 111 years old, Helene Sandvig remembers her career as a country school teacher in the 1920s, picking up her students in a horse and buggy.

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Both men will appear in court for detention hearings on Monday, Nov. 28.
“It is a very, very significant law enforcement problem, and one we intend to address,” Wrigley said.
Police said they responded to a report of a man assaulting a woman at a home. The man died, and the woman is being treated for serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
Michael Miller has spent more than 55 years at NDSU and leads the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection.
The current building will be replaced with a 110-unit apartment complex that will feature modern amenities, larger apartment options and a parking structure. The four-story building, which will be called Lashkowitz Riverfront Apartments, will also have a rooftop patio.
Ryan Jamieson, a 46-year-old man from West Fargo, had been working for the DOT on a cable median barrier on I-94 near Casselton prior to the crash.

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Anthony Reese Jr. could face life in prison without parole for the shooting deaths of 43-year-old Richard Pittman, 32-year-old April Carbone and Carbone's unborn child.
The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library, which will open in 2026, will feature immersive, hands-on learning experiences for visitors.
The nominees are Mikko Vallis of Grand Forks, Elyssa Heppner of Buxton and Zachary Schwab of Fargo.

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