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KEVIN WALLEVAND

A Fargo family has pulled out all the stops in an effort to find a beloved member of its household.
The department hopes to recruit and retain more officers and check on their mental health more often.
"I don't hate the Fargo Police Department, I hate the toxic environment," says former FPD officer
All school districts in the metro area are having trouble filling teaching spots because substitute teachers are in short supply.

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The Historic and Cultural Society of Clay County is documenting and interviewing people about the bar, in hopes no one forgets Ralph's.
Toddler Esther Kuper was in the hospital PICU at Children's Hospital in the Twin Cities for nearly a year after she was born. When she returned to Moorhead, there was reason for celebration, but it also took a lot of planning.
Garda Ann has been the seamstress for NDSU Athletics, for close to 30-years.
One year after the insurrection, those from North Dakota and Minnesota who represent us in the nation's capital are reflecting on what was learned and what needs to happen next.
Do you have a story to share? StoryCorps project in conjunction with Concordia College in Moorhead and The Forum are working to archive life here.
A dog abandoned in killer wind chills on New Year's Day. Rescued by a caring community.

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If local COVID-19 testing is an indication, people planning to get together on New Year's Eve want some peace of mind.
The season of giving may have spared hundreds from the tow truck's hook.
As expected, Mother Nature grounded most flights in the region.

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