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An Oscar award-winning actor reportedly says he and his family are packing up and moving out of the country because of President Donald Trump. Matt Damon, 47, has reportedly purchased a property in Byron Bay, New South Wales in Australia, according to Syndey's Sunday Telegraph. The home just happens to be next door to fellow actor Chris Hemsworth, with whom Damon recently appeared in "Thor: Ragnarok."
LAFAYETTE, Ind. - A fourth-grade Indiana elementary school teacher is facing 13 charges of sexual misbehavior with children after he was allegedly teaching kids how to masturbate when he claimed he was coaching them on how to pitch a baseball. Joe Kimerer, 46, was booked into jail Friday morning, March 9, at his home without incident. Kimerer's bail has been set at $500,000 surety bond and $50,000 cash.
FARGO — Cheers! Well, not really. North Dakota was once again ranked the drunkest state in the country, according to a new study by 24/7 Wall St., a financial news and opinion company. North Dakota's neighbor to the east, Minnesota, ranked sixth in the study. To identify the drunkest states, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed the percentage of men and women over 18 who report binge drinking or heavy drinking. Excessive alcohol consumption, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, includes binge drinking and heavy drinking.
WASECA, Minn.—Going into its section quarterfinal game against the Waseca Bluejays (24-4), the Marshall Tigers (18-9) girls basketball team deployed a unique strategy: keep the ball out of Jays hands as long as possible. In the end, their strategy yielded them only four points, and a 17-4 loss, ending their season. Trailing 9-0 with 12 seconds to go the first half, the Tigers would finally get their first basket of the night, and went into the locker room at half trailing the Jays 9-2.
FARGO — At the height of the Rev. Billy Graham's career, the famed Christian evangelist could draw a crowd rivaled only by rock stars. Over the course of his career, Graham preached to more than 200 million people in 185 countries. Nearly 70,000 of those people attended a three-day event held at North Dakota State University's Dacotah Field in June 1987. For some, preparation for Graham's arrival began April 10, 1987, more than two months before his scheduled arrival. "Graham class to begin," reads a headline on that day's edition of The Forum.
JACKSON TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A seventh-grade student in northeastern Ohio shot himself inside Jackson Middle School early Tuesday morning, Feb. 20, according to police.
FARGO - The Rev. Dale Vitalis, a long-serving Lutheran pastor here, has died. He was 89. Vitalis was the pastor at downtown Fargo's First Lutheran Church before retiring in 2013. He was also a senior pastor at Fargo's Pontoppidan Lutheran Church from 1978 to 1985. Vitalis died Sunday, Feb. 18, at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo, according to an obituary from the Hanson-Runsvold Funeral Home. "He died peacefully with no pain and our whole family was able to see and talk to him this past week," said his daughter Susan Vitalis in a Facebook post.
VERSAILLES, Ky.—I know what you're thinking. I can hear the voices, see the comments and envision the eye-rolling and head shaking already. "Another Carson Wentz story, seriously? About his personal life, nonetheless?" The answer is yes, and yes. But please, bear with me here. This story has less to do with Wentz and everything to do with the historic, medieval-themed Kentucky venue in which he recently proposed to his now-fiancee, Madison Oberg, a Kentucky native.
SAUK CENTRE, Minn. - A semitruck driver is lucky to be alive after the big rig he was driving crashed through a guardrail and into a nearby lake. The incident occurred at approximately 9:45 a.m. Monday, Feb. 12, on Highway 71 just north of Sauk Centre, Minn., according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Sauk Centre is located approximately 25 miles southeast of Alexandria, Minn.