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UND fans camp out, scour the Internet for hockey tickets
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North Valley Arts Council discusses programs, events at annual meeting
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Grand Forks, other North Dakota cities see continued growth
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UND professor Melissa Gjellstad, left, moderates Thursday
UND Writers Conference panel explores how 'the rural' plays into writing
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House passes bill that could spoil health insurance deal with Sanford Health
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Minnesota State University junior Jessy Hegland is helping organize a protest on the Veterans Memorial Bridge this coming Tuesday, March 31, 2015. 
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Moorhead rape sentence prompts outcry from campus, Fargo detective
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Woman, 28, dies in northeast North Dakota; car ends up in slough
7 hours 40 min ago
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N.D. lawmakers clash over open records bill, but loophole could render it ineffective
12 hours 50 min ago
Robert Potts
Higher ed board will interview Potts, Flakoll for chancellor job
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Bill Crowder of Moundsview, a Civil War re-enactor, plays the bugle Thursday, March 26, 2015, as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and other officials gather to discuss the 150th anniversary of the end of that war. (Forum News Service photo by Don Davis)
Minnesotans urged to commemorate 150th anniversary of Civil War's end
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Marilyn Hagerty: Minto celebrates Polish Food Festival
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Hydrologist Emily Berquist recorded information each minute about the water from homeowner Melissa Miller
Minnesota ramps up hunt for arsenic in wells
8 hours 50 min ago
Fake cop allegedly robbed 3 boys with a pellet gun
13 hours 30 min ago
George Sinner
George Sinner: Did House put partisan politics above rail safety?
1 hour 18 sec ago
Paul Reynolds
Paul Reynolds: 'Extreme drink' ordinance is good place to start
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