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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for July 10, 2015

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'We had a perfect life, but life is not perfect'

Ray and Kathie Kvalvog just wanted to again sleep near their sons. Eighteen-year-old Zach and 14-year-old Connor were not sleeping in their Moorhead home as part of what Kathie called a "perfect life." MORE .

Saturday marks tragic 20-year anniversary for Fargo's Bosnians

July is always difficult for Ned Halilovic, but this one has been particularly bad. On Wednesday, the owner of Ambassador Cleaning and Rainbow Restoration found out Russia had vetoed a United Nations resolution to declare the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia a genocide. MORE .

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On My Desk: Fargo mayor's office holds memories of beloved former occupant

When Mayor Tim Mahoney moved into his office in Fargo's City Hall, he at first didn't change a thing. "I kind of left it like it was," he said. MORE .

Kolpack: Golfing with the 'Thursday Morning Swingers'

It took only until the second fairway when you realized it was going to be a great day. As the five of us were heading toward our golf balls, a deer was walking slowly the other way unfazed by the presence of humans. MORE .

5 Spot: Five ways to amp up your summer iced teas

Iced tea is the unofficial beverage for summer, and not just by Southern ladies fanning themselves on the porch. Iced tea is popular with us Yankees, too. MORE .

               



 

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