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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for July 21, 2015

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Fargo man integral behind the scenes makes quiet exit

Pat Zavoral, the top administrative official in the state's biggest city, was reluctant to admit he will be retiring at the end of this month. MORE .

Health officials investigate E. coli outbreak link to Red River Valley Fair

Three children sickened in a recent E. coli outbreak in eastern North Dakota reported attending the Red River Valley Fair earlier this month, prompting state health officials to investigate whether animals there were the source of the infection. MORE .

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Man accused in fatal Fargo shooting: 'I thought I was fixing to die'

Christopher Hampton couldn't say how the methamphetamines got in his system or how many times a day he pestered doctors last summer to test him and the Gatorade bottle he believed his cousin slipped poison into. MORE .

Beloved KFGO forecaster Terry Spies dies

Longtime forecaster and broadcast professional Terry Spies passed away Monday night after suffering a heart attack. MORE .

Fan fanatic: Fargo man breezes to collection of 500 appliances

Cole Semanko is a fan of fans, and has been for as long as he can remember. The 20-year-old Fargo man guesses it was the common household device's spinning that first interested him. When he was younger, anything that spun-windmills, pinwheels and fans especially-were objects of his affection. MORE .

Shock jock Howard Stern rails against Fargo after jab from local TV host

A local TV morning show host's shocked reaction to Howard Stern's income resulted in a four-minute tirade against Fargo by the well-known radio personality on his show Monday. MORE .

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