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Hay bales catch fire on Interstate 94 near Gladstone
1 hour 1 min ago
Semi-Trucks crash near Hannaford.
1 hour 1 min ago
October 17, 2017
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Concordia Orchestra performs alongside 1931 Frankenstein film
5 hours 35 min ago
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Local Kurdish Americans hold rally for those back home, fighting for independance
5 hours 40 min ago
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Fargo EVAC asks for help from volunteers in hopes of keeping doors open
5 hours 42 min ago
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Spinal Cord Stimulator relieves chronic pain for local man
5 hours 48 min ago
Motorcyclist injured after crashing, sliding underneath SUV in south Fargo
5 hours 52 min ago
Author to discuss book 'The Willpower Workaround' at Fargo library
6 hours 21 min ago
Sen. Carolyn Nelson's birthday, public service to be celebrated Thursday
6 hours 22 min ago
Azhar Salih, left, 8, and Chira Oray, 10, wave the U.S. and Kurdistan flags during a rally by local Kurds in response to Iraqi military actions in the country's Kurdistan region. The rally was held Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, on the Veterans Memorial Bridge between Fargo and Moorhead. Both of the boys were born in Fargo and live in Moorhead.
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'We cannot be neutral': Local Kurds rally in response to Iraqi military action
6 hours 24 min ago
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton at a day honoring Muslims at the Minnesota State Capitol.   Forum News Service file photo
Minnesota Governor's Residence to be lit blue for Somali victims
7 hours 5 min ago
Minnesota offers gimmick-free Amazon pitch
7 hours 25 min ago
Congressman John Lewis, a key figure in the Civil Rights Movement, speaks to faculty, staff and students Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, at Concordia College in Moorhead. Lewis, along with Andrew Aydin, seated at left, and illustrator Nate Powell, center, created a book, "March: Book Three",  about the movement. Seated at right is Richard Chapman of Concordia's history department.
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Civil rights icon John Lewis shares his story of struggle with local students
7 hours 40 min ago
EVAC has operated in the Fargo-Moorhead area since 1977. Special to The Forum
Surge in interest may keep nonprofit EVAC rolling
7 hours 42 min ago
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Conference in Fargo held to discuss future of downtowns in N.D.
8 hours 16 min ago