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Five stories you might have missed this weekend

Here are five stories you don't want to miss from this past weekend.

Tuesday Boerner
Tuesday Boerner / Special to InForum

Fargo woman hit by plow not sure if she will fully recover

FARGO — After two weeks in the hospital, a woman struck by a snow plow in February is finally back at her Fargo home.

But there's a long recovery ahead. Instead of training for the upcoming Fargo half-marathon, or a mud run, or weight lifting, she is confined to a chair.

18 years later, killer of central Minnesota woman remains a mystery

Rachel Anthony

PINE RIVER, Minn. — For a year and a half, Rachel worked the night shift alone at Ultimate Liquors after spending the day with her young grandsons at the rural Pequot Lakes home she shared with daughter Jessica and her former son-in-law.


Between midnight and 1 a.m. Feb. 28, 2001, a police officer noticed Rachel’s car left running outside the liquor store and began investigating.

Fargo eye doctors escape strife in Haiti while restoring sight to the poor

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Optomaltogist Lance Bergstrom checks the eyes of one of the 1,200 patients he and a team treated in a weeklong span in the town of Pignon, Haiti. Bergstrom said the need is great in the country, one of the poorest in the world. Special to The Forum

FARGO — Ophthalmologist Lance Bergstrom of Fargo and the team of eye doctors from across the country who restore sight to Haitians every year managed to escape the protests raging this year on the island.

Which state is the most sinful? See how each state ranks.

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Using 43 indicators to rank the 50 states, WalletHub measured immorality and behavior of residents.

West Fargo man gets 18 months in prison for threatening to kill federal judge

ST. PAUL — A West Fargo man has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for threatening to murder a federal judge.

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