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Missing 12-year-old girl from Fargo found
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Minnesota surplus up $832 million, reaching $1.9 billion
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College, university presidents protest possibility of less funding
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Maranda Weathermon accepts Circle of Friends executive director position
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Obama explains Keystone XL veto to WDAY’s Kerstin Kealy
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UND dining hall to shut down for construction
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Kat Perkins, a native of Scranton and a semifinalist on the NBC show “The Voice,” sings her rendition of “Let It Go” by Demi Lovato on Aug. 22, 2014, at the Burning Hills Amphitheater in Medora. The song was part of her first concert after the talent show. Press Photo by April Baumgarten
Kat Perkins coming back to Medora
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Prison inmate sues Moorhead police officer for punching him in the testicles
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From left, former West Fargo teacher Aaron Knodel, defense attorney Robert Hoy and Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Byers address the court during a pretrial hearing on Thursday, February 26, 2015 at the Cass County Courthouse in Fargo, N.D. 
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Defense in teacher sex case says mental health affects key witness' credibility
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Naked man runs down ND highway, leaving allegedly stolen truck behind
February 26, 2015 - 10:29am
Marilyn Hagerty: Composer Matthew Peterson returns to Grand Forks
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BOYS HOCKEY: Central downs Mandan in state hockey opener
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BOYS HOCKEY: Bismarck downs Red River in state hockey tournament
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Grand Forks announces kindergarten registration
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THE LIST: Family Day at the Museum ... 'Nordic Romance' ... 'Warrior Words II'
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