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Rynn Willgohs and Zara Crystal, both transgender women who live in Fargo, are working to set up TRANSport, a nonprofit group that Willgohs envisioned to help other trans people in the U.S. emigrate to more hospitable countries.
Sebastian Michael Tackling, 43, was being held at the Cass County Jail on Sunday evening, jail staff said.
The panel will feature law enforcement, a prosecutor, a judge and an equity and inclusion director.
The Montana Grizzlies overcame a 21-point deficit in the second half to rally past Southeast Missouri State.
School district officials are getting close to finalizing a deal to purchase 75 acres of land from Sanford in south Fargo for about $11 million. Once the school district owns the Sanford property, the plan is to trade the 75 acres to A&T Land Co. in exchange for 63 acres of land A&T Land Co. owns. The A&T land is valued at about $17 million.
Damian Lozano-Johnson, 18, a student at Fargo North High School, received a new heart on Oct. 13 at a Chicago hospital, where he developed paralysis afterward.

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At 111 years old, Helene Sandvig remembers her career as a country school teacher in the 1920s, picking up her students in a horse and buggy.
Read on as Don Kinzler explains how pine trees shed needles, the benefits of clover lawns and preventing powdery mildew.
This week, Carol Bradley Bursack offers ways to handle a relative who has suddenly started swearing.

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