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Sebastian Michael Tackling, 43, was being held at the Cass County Jail on Sunday evening, jail staff said.
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.
Hadiya Farrahmand said when she heard about the New York Times' photojournalism program, she decided to participate and the first thing that came to mind was to raise awareness about the current situation in Afghanistan and how Afghan women are desperate for help and support.
Inspire Innovation lab has offered afterschool and summer programs in Moorhead for over seven years. More recently, founder Carrie Leopold launched a full-time day school that serves many students who struggled in public school.
The Mapleton School District was granted the funding by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Sue McPherson's middle school Farm to Fork studio is showing Northern Cass learners careers and opportunities in agriculture, as well as all the ways agriculture touches their lives. The studio is part of Northern Cass's approach to personalized learning and a way to prepare them for their lives after school.

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The event, held at South High School, 1840 15th Ave. S., will start with a social at 5:30 p.m. before dinner is served at 6.
The Minnesota Department of Education on Friday, Nov. 18, said it ordered all school districts to create a plan to provide all students with the same meals regardless of lunch debt status.
"American Education Week, celebrated each year in the week before Thanksgiving, provides an opportunity for communities across the country to celebrate educators’ contributions to their communities and get to know the scope of their work on their students’ behalf," writes North Dakota United president Nick Archuleta.

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