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Clint Severson began his business career as a supermarket bag boy in Minot. Decades later, he was responsible for breathing new live into several healthcare companies. Read on for part two of InForum columnist Curt Eriksmoen's three-part series on Severson's life.
North Dakota history columnist Curt Eriksmoen begins the story of Clint Severson, who was raised in Minot and became an nationally-known entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Landline 911 calls now appear to be operational.
A district judge in Minot found sufficient probable cause against Nichole Rice and bound her over for arraignment, where she pleaded not guilty to the murder of Anita Knutson.
Generation Next: Tanner Thompson graduated in May with an accounting degree, and says he looks forward to growing – and making an impact – in the business world.
Scott Hamman, 50, of Garrison, was driving north on U.S. Highway 83 in a Chevrolet pickup truck when the crash occurred, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

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Biscuit was humanely euthanized at Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue after suffering “catastrophic injuries,” Hall said in a post on the “Finding Biscuit” Facebook page.
The philanthropic production total includes $9.8 million in cash, bequests, and gifts in kind.
Charles Tuttle, who oversaw the collection of signatures for the ND Term Limits Initiative, claims the investigation is a smear campaign. But petition circulators said they received between $50 and $100 bonuses for every 100 signatures they collected, according to a search warrant.

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