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Second woman in Fosston meth bust sentenced to 3 months in jail
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Grand Forks Schools denies 36 in-district transfer requests
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Boardwalk loan mediation 'ongoing,' no word on potential agreement
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Corene Vaughn, left, works with fellow Northeast ND Heritage Association board members Katherine Lunde and Mary Ellen Kirkeng to finish an exhibit on the culture of the Metis, a new ethnic group of descendents of European fur traders and Native Women born out of the Northern Plains fur trade industry in the 19th century. The exhibit opens Sunday at the Pioneer Heritage Center at Icelandic State Park near Cavalier.  Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
Group to host exhibit on fur traders who influenced North Dakota's past, culture
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No injuries after fire starts on fourth floor of Riverside Manor on Greenway
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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Federation is asking the community to leave a blue light shining outside their homes to show their support for Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer’s family and the law enforcement community. Blue light bulbs are available at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (216 7th Ave. West, Alexandria) with a suggested donation of $5 each; 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Moszer’s family. (Echo Press photo)
Minnesota county shines a blue light for Fargo police officer killed on duty
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UPDATE: Indiana university suspends job search UND's Susan Walton interviewed for
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East Grand Forks Schools announces superintendent finalists
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Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer. Forum file photo
Benefit fund with $100,000 goal created for family of slain Fargo officer by police, city
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Troy Stecher (left) and Bryn Chyzyk chat while UND conducts practice drills at Joy Burns Arena on Thursday afternoon. (Brad Schlossman/Grand Forks Herald) play button
VIDEO: UND Men's Hockey prepares to play Denver
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Fargo Police Chief David Todd announcing that Officer Jason Moszer, wounded during a standoff, was not expected to survive Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. Rick Abbott / The Forum
Investigators: Piecing together details of deadly standoff will take time
February 11, 2016 - 7:39pm
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VIDEO: Teaching life lessons through rifle shooting
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OUR OPINION: Don't use endowment to fix UND's budget woes
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Some N.D. agencies start submitting budget cuts as Wednesday deadline approaches
1 hour 21 min ago
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Flu numbers pick up, but mild season still possible
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