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Mike Hendrickson and Jesse Schmidt were among the first to arrive at Tropics nightclub in downtown Fargo after it was set ablaze in April 2000.
'The music has stood the test of time,' the tribute group's John Lennon portrayer says.
“Criticism and being under the microscope is just part of being in the law enforcement profession. And that’s fine. We’re open to that and improvement from there, as well,” Fargo Police Chief David Zibolski said.
Bob Otterson will serve as Oak Grove's president beginning Monday.

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The Arts Partnership catches up one of its recent grantees about his introduction to ceramics and what it means to him now.
Of all the jobs he's had in journalism, Amundson said it is the writing that means the most to him.
"He is a lifesaver for us in the winter months," Kate DeShaw said.
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Dave Vacha has carried his childhood hobby of building snow and ice structures into adulthood.
Find out in our story and map of permits filed in Fargo and Moorhead.
The celebration is to thank area community partners, friends and their families, but is not open to the public.

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"What concerns me most is how the younger generations grow ever-more woke and have much less the resolve that their ancestors had," writes InForum columnist Scott Hennen. "They are too quick to give up that precious independence."
"Did You Know That" columnist Curt Eriksmoen continues the story of Richard Goldberg.
As cases grow like North Dakotans have never seen before — we are also learning more about the long-term impacts of the virus: brain fog, lung problems and hair loss — just to name a few. Our region's most trusted infectious disease experts are showing us the latest on these lingering effects of COVID.

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