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Clint Severson began his business career as a supermarket bag boy in Minot. Decades later, he was responsible for breathing new live into several healthcare companies. Read on for part two of InForum columnist Curt Eriksmoen's three-part series on Severson's life.
North Dakota history columnist Curt Eriksmoen begins the story of Clint Severson, who was raised in Minot and became an nationally-known entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Landline 911 calls now appear to be operational.
A district judge in Minot found sufficient probable cause against Nichole Rice and bound her over for arraignment, where she pleaded not guilty to the murder of Anita Knutson.
Scott Hamman, 50, of Garrison, was driving north on U.S. Highway 83 in a Chevrolet pickup truck when the crash occurred, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
The North Dakota favorite son and the Fargo model and beauty pageant winner have gotten a marriage license at the Cass County Courthouse.

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An occupational therapist by training, Joy Tandberg of Dak-Minn Driving and Home Evaluations, LLC, works with people whose driving has been affected by factors like age, injury or progressive disease and helps determine if they can still safely get behind the wheel.
Charles Tuttle, who oversaw the collection of signatures for the ND Term Limits Initiative, claims the investigation is a smear campaign. But petition circulators said they received between $50 and $100 bonuses for every 100 signatures they collected, according to a search warrant.
The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve program has been providing bosslift rides to various military bases and training sites.

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