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Hillsboro (N.D.) firefighters spray hot spots in the remains of a grain elevator Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, in Grandin, N.D.Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor play button
WATCH NOW: Grandin elevator fire 90 percent contained, but structure likely total loss
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MEN'S HOCKEY: UND grabs country's No. 1 ranking
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Grand Forks man arrested for burglary, assault of 1st Ave. home
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Pickup, semi collision closes Interstate 29 ramp in Grand Forks
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OUR OPINION: Grow public support for bike lanes downtown
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Lunch lesson: How to make the most of the midday meal
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In Our Schools: Carlson, Ripley receive awards for curriculum work
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Willard Yellow Bird, cultural planner for the City of Fargo, performs a blessing ceremony Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, at City Square, Fargo, prior to a petition at the City Commission meeting to recognize each second Monday of October as Indigenous Peoples Day. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
Fargo changes Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day
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Grand Forks student enrollment increases, but lower than projected
12 hours 49 min ago
Workers clean up debris after wind knocks a tree down in Grand Forks Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. (Kevin Bonham/Grand Forks Herald)
UPDATE: Wicked winds follow record highs
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Moorhead home day care provider found with blood-alcohol level 3 times over legal limit
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Derek Kobetsky, his wife, Nile, and daughter, Poppy, show a vacant apartment in the Warehouse Apartment building recently. It is the first vacant apartment at the Warehouse since 1996 when the building opened. The Kobetskys manage the building as well as other properties.  photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
More apartments available in Grand Forks, but citizens still find rent expensive
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SWAT team surrounding Bismarck home after ‘explosions’
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