Daily Delivery: Our top headlines for September 8, 2015
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Fargo School District puts the brakes on busing program
A months-long transportation study found that the capital and personnel costs for the district to run its own buses would be huge, with no guarantee of saving money. MORE .
Man held in connection to deadly ND wedding reception shooting has bond hearing set
The suspect in the deadly shooting at a wedding reception in New Rockford will go in front of a judge for the first time today. Eddy County Sheriff Paul Lies said David Troske, 51, of New Rockford is believed to have opened fire at the Eagles Club there around 1 a.m. Sunday. MORE .
Fargo South grad poised to launch online fashion company
Scott Gabrielson, a 2006 Fargo South High School graduate and an alumnus of the University of Oxford in the U.K., said his company will work with the same Italian suppliers and factories used by some of the most respected fashion brands in the world. MORE .
Fargo upgrades plant to ensure water stays tasty
Workers have been digging a big hole down by the water treatment plant all summer and soon they'll be driving pilings 100 feet down into more stable ground. MORE .
Fargo man essential in cult-favorite soda resurgence
Matt Winans is an insurgent of the citrus kind. The Fargo man didn't mean to start a beverage revolution. But over the course of seven years, he helped convince Coca-Cola to bring back Surge more than a decade after it was discontinued. MORE .
Serve up a twist on peanut butter and jelly
I take my peanut butter and jelly on toast. But sometimes, I swirl it into oatmeal. Or bake it into a cupcake. I've had it on a burger, too. Weird? Don't be a square - peanut butter and jelly can be more than a sandwich. MORE .
Police chase ends in arrest in Moorhead
What started as a shoplifting case in Dilworth turned into a police pursuit early Tuesday morning. MORE .
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