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The magazine reported that Duhamel landed in a local emergency room the morning of the Saturday, Sept. 10, ceremony in Fargo after straining his back while dancing the night before.
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Ruth and Ernie Ford will return to the site of their wedding to mark their 50th anniversary. The former Fargo couple, now living in Elk River, Minnesota, was the first to wed in Fargo's Island Park gazebo in 1972.
Over the years, as Mary Jo Schmid and Brent Larson built a new farmhouse, moved an old barn on the property and steadily made improvements at Crooked Lane Farm, the couple say they didn’t feel so much “retired” as “re-fired.” They’ve opened their doors to so many people — bridal parties, car buffs, blacksmiths and artists — that Crooked Lane has at times become a very crowded lane.
The Pines Black joins the Pines White, which opened in 2018. Pines Black features an indoor ceremony space, reception hall, and wedding party suites featuring a golf simulator, pool table and more.
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When Teresa Gulleson and Melissa Oberlander were looking for a rural Cass County property to run into a wedding venue, Oberlander's dad kept asking them why they didn't simply use her grandparents' farm. After the friends and aspiring business partners finally relented and toured the family farm, they realized the perfect spot had been right in front of them all along.
Working behind the scenes like magical pixies of diplomacy, planning and punctuality, these "11th hour" wedding coordinators ensure the right flowers are transferred from the church to the reception hall, the tables are decorated according to the bride's vision and the groom’s notoriously rude uncle can’t get near the microphone during the wedding toasts.

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Anheuser Busch contest winners Ally and Dustin Koudela were married on July 10 on a Busch farm in Idaho Falls.
Groundbreaking will begin in late July or early August on a 13,300-square-foot indoor venue to be called Pines Black.
A Duluth woman will walk down the aisle in the wedding dress her mother and grandmother wore.

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