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Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for July 31, 2015

Good morning! Here are our top local headlines to get you started with your news day. If you'd like this handy service delivered directly in your inbox each weekday morning, sign up for our Daily Delivery email.

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Good morning! Here are our top local headlines to get you started with your news day. If you'd like this handy service delivered directly in your inbox each weekday morning, sign up for our Daily Delivery email .

Center of attention

In Robinson, N.D., the center of the continent is at the center of a debate over a decal in the center of a bar. MORE .

Mentoring push helps explain Knodel's calls with student

Lengthy phone conversations West Fargo teacher Aaron Knodel had in 2009 with a student who later claimed their relationship was sexual were part of Knodel's response to a district training program encouraging teachers to act as mentors. MORE .

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Avalon West showcases $4 million makeover

"It's just completely different. When we show it, people just love it," said owner Tom Poole, who showed off the new Avalon West Event Center Thursday during a "media day" event. MORE .

Fargo man accused of using kitten as ploy in cuffed escape from police cruiser

Blame the kitten. That's the story laid out by police and prosecutors who accuse a Fargo man of being one of the area's more flexible felons by allegedly escaping from the back of a Dilworth police vehicle despite having his arms handcuffed behind his back. MORE .

Two birds with one brush: Artist adding splash of color to downtown building

Steve Knutson has been working high above ground this week painting the two tall meadowlarks and plans to paint a prairie rose on a nearby apartment building next week. MORE .

5 Spot: Five places to have a 'beach day'

Want to spend an afternoon in the sun with a cold drink, but not fortunate enough to have that lake place? Here are five ways to get a day at the beach without one. MORE .

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