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A look back at the Minnesotan who inspired more than one of his songs and how the state's cold spring inspired another.
In 1991, the station had four signs, and “I’ve collected everything else,” said Ernie Johnson while looking around the garage filled with old items. People enjoy milling through the station for a look at Whalan history, classic cars, old pumps, car signs and hand crank items.
In this installment of "Did you know that?" column, readers learn about Delos W. Lovelace, the author of the book the movie is based upon.
History columnist Curt Eriksmoen continues the story of Chester Fritz, a North Dakota native who left an enduring mark on the University of North Dakota.
InForum history columnist begins the story of Chester Fritz, a North Dakota native who left an enduring mark on the University of North Dakota.
The mystery of who robbed a Wahpeton bank in September 1932, endured until the man bragged about it 40 years later. He was 'Public Enemy No. 1' and 'the scourge of the Midwest.'

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From supermarket bag-boy to successful entrepreneur, Clint Severson has always traced his roots back to Minot. That showed in 2010 when Severson and his wife Conni Ahart donated $1 million to establish the Severson Entrepreneurship Academy at Minot State University.
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.

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