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Students helped to try and end hunger in Liberia with Mercy Meals at Grace Lutheran Church
8 hours 48 min ago
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Local law enforcement try to utilize Code Red alerts to help inform the public
9 hours 5 min ago
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The YWCA saw record-setting numbers of people seeking emergency shelter this past year
10 hours 57 min ago
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Flint police, fire chiefs resign amid drinking water crisis
13 hours 21 min ago
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Federation is asking the community to leave a blue light shining outside their homes to show their support for Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer’s family and the law enforcement community. Blue light bulbs are available at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office with a suggested donation of $5 each; 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Moszer’s family. Echo Press photo
Residents shine a blue light for Fargo police officer killed on duty
13 hours 40 min ago
Pope Francis Arrives for Meeting 1,000 Years in the Making
15 hours 39 min ago
Millions of gallons of propane gas recalled
16 hours 2 min ago
Grants awarded for North Dakota Rail Crossings
16 hours 25 min ago
Rosemount woman gets 15 years for her role in two murders
16 hours 29 min ago
Local gym, Crossfit Icehouse, to host a WOD in honor of Officer Moszer
16 hours 49 min ago
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Barnesville man accused of violating protection order shortly after leaving jail for similar offense
17 hours 31 min ago
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Benefit account for Moszer family has a goal of $100,000
11 hours 4 min ago
Two teen girls dead in shooting at Arizona High School
16 hours 56 min ago
Ohio Police Kill Man They Say Injured 4 With Machete
February 12, 2016 - 3:38am
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Boys Hockey: Central rolls South-Shanley
6 hours 21 min ago

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