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Broadband project teeters on brink; Kandiyohi County officials still hopeful

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Karen Terry, University of Minnesota Extension, uses a model to show how human activities can affect streams in the region. She demonstrated the model Wednesday to the Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships executive committee in Granite Falls.
Citizen-led partnerships take on regional challenges
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Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., speaks to journalists during an all night session to consider the Republican healthcare bill on Capitol Hill in Washington on July 27, 2017. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Melina Mara.
In a dramatic late-night vote, the GOP health care bill got smacked down. John McCain swung the hammer.
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Records published July 28
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Riders in the 2,745-mile Tour Divide backcountry bicycle race from Alberta to New Mexico follow a gravel path in the mountains near Banff, Alberta. Duluth's Jeremy Kershaw, who took this photo, was one of seven Duluth riders who took part in the race and one of five who finished. (Jeremy Kershaw photo)
Back from the high country: Cyclists describe trials of 2,745-mile race
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July 27, 2017
Broadband project teeters on brink; Kandiyohi County officials still hopeful
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Fargo Police Chief David Todd takes a picture of reconciliation with Amber Hensley, flanked by Somali-American sisters Sarah and Leyla Hassan Thursday, July 27. On Tuesday, Hensley threatened to kill the women and their friend while in the 13th Avenue South Walmart parking lot. Todd said he arranged the meeting to show an example of forgiveness and understanding. Special to The Forum
She was fired for an anti-Muslim tirade toward 3 Somali women. Now, they plan to help her get re-hired
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The U.S. State Department is alerting travelers to Mexico about possible tainted or counterfeit alcohol that could cause sickness and blacking out. (Ellen Creager/Detroit Free Press/TNS)
US warns tourists about tainted alcohol at Mexico resorts after blackouts reported
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Mall of America closes ride after Ohio State Fair accident involving similar attraction
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Police training fund won't bear Castile's name
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Montevideo man charged with assault after brandishing rifle
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Former ND teacher sentenced for smashing printer with hammer
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Release of pet goldfish may have killed thousands of carp in southern Minnesota lake
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White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci speaks during an on air interview at the White House in Washington, U.S., July 26, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
White House's Scaramucci explodes in new interview: 'I'm not Steve Bannon, I'm not trying to suck my own c-k'
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Man dies when vehicle goes off overpass, starts on fire on Interstate 94 below
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Mark Warner has worked at Blue Ridge Arsenal, a black-owned gun store in Chantilly, Va. for 18 years. "We've seen a small change in who our customers are," Warner said. "More women and more people of color - black, brown." MUST CREDIT: Marvin Joseph, The Washington Post.
'It seems cool to be racist now': The rising profile of the black gun owner
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