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FARGO — A new private school plans to launch in the metro area later this year, touting a "classical Christian program."
For the second day in a row, North Dakota reported more than 3,000 new coronavirus cases, a single-day threshold it had not met at any point during the pandemic prior to this week. Virus hospitalizations have climbed from 122 in the first week of January to 170 on Thursday.
Elvira, who was 13 1/2 years old when she died on Jan. 4, was believed to be the oldest female Pallas' cat in North America.
New cases reported in a single day and the state's rolling average positivity rate both hit pandemic highs on Wednesday as the omicron variant continues to topple testing records.

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“I believe I deserve whatever punishment I get for the crash that I created,” the defendant said. “I caused the death of one of my best friends, and I’ll have to live with that mistake for the rest of my life.”
A western North Dakota judge ruled in favor of Newfield Exploration and against North Dakota in October.
North Dakota's active COVID-19 cases climbed about 500 over the previous day as testing levels got back on track. Active cases have increased fivefold since the beginning of the month as the extremely contagious omicron variant of the virus sweeps through the state.
Arlette Preston last ran for mayor in 2006 and, in reference to fellow candidate Shannon Roers Jones, said it's nice to not be the only woman in the race.
Gov. Doug Burgum has a case of laryngitis, and he doesn't want vocal issues to distract from the message of the speech, a news release stated. Burgum tested negative for COVID-19 as recently as Monday afternoon.
Gov. Doug Burgum has a case of laryngitis, and he doesn't want vocal issues to distract from the message of the speech, a news release stated. Burgum tested negative for COVID-19 as recently as Monday afternoon.

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Active virus cases fell in North Dakota on Monday following low weekend testing. The omicron variant has pushed virus case numbers up at an unprecedented rate in the last two weeks.
Anthony Reese Jr. would face at least four years in prison and up to life behind bars if convicted.
A company that was assembled in a hurry at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, CorVent Medical made Fargo its permanent home Tuesday, Jan. 11, at North Dakota State University.

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