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January 18, 2018
An engineering team, in foreground, briefs North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum's and Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's diversion task force Wednesday, Nov. 29, at Minnesota State University Moorhead. The task force's goal is to find a way to make the project acceptable to Minnesota regulators. Tu-Uyen Tran / The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead
Fargo mayor: New diversion plan could be out in 30 days
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Graph courtesy of Duluth News Tribune.
Flu hitting nursing facilities; Record number of outbreaks reported
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What is a ‘blue alert’? And why was one sent to people across North Dakota?
10 hours 23 min ago
Betsy Miller, a member of the 119th Wing of the North Dakota Air National Guard, known as the Happy Hooligans, is welcomed home on Thursday, Jan. 18, by her parents Jeff and Rosette Miller at Hector International Airport in Fargo following a deployment in the Middle East. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
A bunch of Hooligans: Local family well-represented in Fargo’s Air National Guard unit
11 hours 35 min ago
What is a ‘blue alert’? And why was one sent to people across North Dakota?
11 hours 36 min ago
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Hungry crowds pack into Chick-Fil-A on opening day
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Price of postage goes up
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Runners prepare for Fargo Marathon
12 hours 5 min ago
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Families reunite with their 'Happy Hooligans' for first time in six months
12 hours 6 min ago
Olivia Lone Bear, a 32-year-old mother of five, was last seen leaving a New Town saloon on Oct. 24. Submitted photo.
Volunteers needed to expand Lone Bear search to N.D. cities
12 hours 7 min ago
Police identify driver killed in crash near Fargo airport
12 hours 23 min ago
Duluth man crushed to death by own car
12 hours 28 min ago
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Fargo man gets two years in Moorhead robbery case
12 hours 50 min ago
Issuing an emergency alert, either by state or county officials, requires more than simply pushing a button. At least two people must work together to enter the information and confirm the alert. John M. Steiner / Forum News Service
North Dakota emergency alert protocol prevents false alarms
12 hours 55 min ago
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Man sentenced for August 2017 standoff at north Fargo home
13 hours 5 min ago
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