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Welcome to your news update. DENT MAN FOUND A 50-year-old Dent, Minnesota man who was missing has now been found. According to the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department, Paul Baker has been staying at a friend's house and is not in any danger.
MOORHEAD—F-M area ag leaders got the chance to voice their concerns about the 2018 Farm Bill to Senator Amy Klobuchar and Representative Collin Peterson on Friday. Klobuchar and Peterson held a roundtable discussion at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead. Some of the concerns agriculture leaders shared were a need for better healthcare for rural Americans. They also want overhauls for the dairy industry.
MOORHEAD—Patriotic music will be booming in the Memorial Auditorium at Concordia College in Moorhead in just a few hours. You can see the United States Air Force Heartland of America Band starting at 7:30 tonight. The Offutt Brass band will pay tribute to veterans, and the 70th anniversary of the Air Force during the concert. The event is free, members of the band say it's a way to honor those who have served, and those who are currently serving.
FARGO—The Fargo Marathon announced Thursday its new title sponsor for the 2018 race is Sanford Health. The new partnership is a change from previous races sponsored by Scheels, who plan to stay a partner but don't want to be the title sponsor. Fargo Marathon Director Mark Knutson says he called Sanford Health after talking with Scheels. Sanford Health representatives say they were excited about the opportunity and agreed to be the new title sponsor.
Welcome to your news update. MISSING GIRL FOUND After an hours long search overnight, a missing child is now home safe. Fargo Police sent out a press release this morning stating that 11-year-old Tina Tong had gone missing. She had last been seen in the park near Community Homes at 2200 6th Ave. S. in Fargo, and she did not have her phone when she left home.
FARGO—You're encouraged to think beyond the color pink this October by taking action against breast cancer. You can get screened, or encourage others to get a mammogram if they have a family history of breast cancer. All women should have a mammogram done when they are 40 years old. A Sanford doctor says she understands women's fears of the mammogram machine because she's been in their shoes.
METRO—Fargo-Moorhead area community leaders got the chance to speak to Congressman Kevin Cramer on Wednesday about tax reform. Cramer hosted a roundtable discussion about the current administration's plans for tax reform at the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce. Community leaders asked questions about proposed changes such as low income housing tax credits, property taxes and the death tax. Cramer says talks like these help him relay the taxpayers message to Washington.
METRO—F-M area high school and Concordia College students got the chance to meet Civil Rights leaders who created an award winning book. Students were required to read the graphic novel "March: Book Three" before going back to school this year. The book's creators; U.S. Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell told the audience about the creation of the comic and the message behind the book. Students got the chance to ask the creators questions and get their books signed.
Welcome to your news update. MULTIPLE BURGLARIES REPORTED Police say business owners and residents in South Fargo should take extra precautions to lock up their properties. An abnormal up-tick of burglaries have been reported along S. University Dr. stretching from I-94 to 40th Ave. S.
Welcome to your news update. EARLY MORNING ARREST A perimeter was set up in Moorhead early this morning after reports of a burglary. The call came in just after 1:30 a.m. to 13th Ave. and 17th St. N. in Moorhead. A perimeter was set up, and a Fargo K9 was brought in.