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Former U of M quarterback receives community service in Mankato fight case
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Trial of alleged Oil Patch prostitute stopped after defendant becomes confused about charges
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Grand Forks city committee recommends sale of land in industrial park
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Freed Devils Lake missionaries to arrive Tuesday in North Dakota
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UND Hockey Blog: Playoff tickets now on sale
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Spokeswoman: Police "misinforming" the media about shooting
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Jay and Heather Turner of Northwood, N.D., were devastated to learn that the baby they’re expecting in April has a rare but very serious heart defect called hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
Faith, others help couple cope with ‘devastating’ diagnosis of baby's heart defect
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THE CURRENT: Extreme drink specials, GMOs, UND hockey game banner controversy
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UND freshman Rosie McDonald reads a piece she wrote based on an interview with World War II nurse Anna Walker at the Warrior Words II event Saturday in Grand Forks
Wartime stories of local veterans read to public
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Grand Forks could be first in North Dakota to regulate drink specials
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February weather was colder, drier than average
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Understanding the ABCs of GMOs
March 1, 2015 - 7:30am
Pictured (from left) is Rich Wissink, director of youth youth programs for Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever; Brian Nelson, East Grand Forks, Red River Valley chapter president; Michelle Nelson, chapter vice president; Jaelyn Nelson, 14, East Grand Forks; and John Linquist, national shooting sports coordinator for Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever.
Area family helps Red River Valley Pheasants Forever chapter win national award
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Council holds off on alcohol laws
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