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Claire Hiltner, 18, received an associate degree of science from Lake Region State College.
The group blends vintage fashion with women's empowerment and hosts fundraisers to support the community.
Remains of U.S. service members who died in a Tokyo military prison fire in 1945 are undergoing DNA analysis at a laboratory in Hawaii.
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Award winning actor and director's grandmother ran the iconic motel which was demolished 10 years ago this year.

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On Saturday, Make-A-Wish North Dakota visited South Heart to surprise young Findley with a camper. Findley was diagnosed in November of 2020 with blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm — which is an extremely rare and aggressive type of cancer.
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DeVaughn Smith walked away from a life of gang violence to pursue his dream of competing in martial arts tournaments, all while being blind in both eyes.
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The group of women who meet every Tuesday at Red River Coffee Co. laugh and visit like old friends. You’d never guess that, until three months ago, most of them had never met. Or that their group is just one of numerous “Friends Brew Coffee” groups gathering at coffee shops across the community nearly every day of the week. Even more surprising, they were brought together through a social media post by a stranger many of them still haven’t met.
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If Daniella Zubarieva cannot return home at the end of the school year, she has plans to apply for political asylum and then work on getting her family to safety.
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Fargo resident Sidney Leinen admits there have been moments when a homeowner does a double take.
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Martha Castanon was handpicked as an advocate for farm workers recognized by the Labor Hall of Fame in 2012 and was recently appointed to a second term on the governor’s Minnesota Council of Latino Affairs.

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The Trapp family of five has an average height of 6 feet, 8 inches.
A World War II prisoner of war from Fargo is connecting with the family of a man credited for saving his life. The man was a German soldier who passed away a few decades ago.
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“We were really excited to help and teach, and then we realized we needed to shut up and listen,” Grace Covenant Church member Allison Vetter said.

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