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Victim in Thief River Falls rape trial testifies for 8 hours
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Nickname task force considers extending deadline
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Outdoor skating rink to open Friday in downtown Grand Forks
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Valley Community Health hires new CEO
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Maple Grove, Minn., shooting suspect shot by police identified
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Consent is major issue in Thief River Falls sexual assault case
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The Grand Forks Optimist Club is back with its annual gift-wrapping fundraiser for shoppers who need an extra hand wrapping their gifts for Christmas. (Photo by Tim Albrecht/Grand Forks Herald)
Grand Forks Optimist Club’s gift wrapping booth opens in Columbia Mall
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Executions in United States at 20-year low
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Easing of Cuba restrictions creates opportunity for Upper Midwest agriculture
December 17, 2014 - 7:27pm
North Dakota Mill manager Vance Taylor stands in front of the office in which he works, just left of the large structure of grain elevators from which the long standing state-operated mill produces flour. Photo by Jenna Watson/Forum News Service
North Dakota Mill president to receive $62 thousand bonus after prosperous year
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Angela Brown, from right, is shown Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2014, in the lobby of the Lac qui Parle County Courthouse with her husband David and 15-year-old son Trey. Brown has been charged with two gross misdemeanors stemming from her treating Trey with cannabis oil. Trey suffers from a traumatic brain injury. The Browns met with supporters and reporters briefly following Angela Brown’s court appearance. Tom Cherveny / Forum News Service
Minnesota mother who used medical cannabis to treat her son maintains innocence
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North Dakota regulators approve $240 million wind farm
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Sydney Boike (25) of Crookston, Minn. puts up a shot between East Grand Forks
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Two area players among six early-signings to UND
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Group circulates petition for audit of N.D. agencies’ oil industry oversight
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As easy targets thin, Syria air strikes by US allies plunge
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