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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for July 3, 2015

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Doctor countersues ex-wife

Alonna Norberg also filed a medical malpractice case against Jon Norberg during the criminal case, and now he has filed a countersuit in the same case. MORE .

City officials would promote drink sales at Bison games only if available to all

The City Commission has to sign off on the Fargo Dome Authority board's recommendation. Mayor Tim Mahoney said commissioners would likely only approve a recommendation that extends alcohol sales. MORE .

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SWAT's team shortest member

For years, a small robot with an extendable arm has tagged along with the team to help with missions ranging from communicating with a suspect to removing explosives from a home. MORE .

Summer weekend style focuses on comfort, personal expression

Whether you're heading to the lake or a night on the town, here's some fashion ideas that are not only appropriate, but simple as well. MORE .

 
 



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