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A warmup is coming in June, but conflicting forces make it impossible to predict whether the summer will be hot and dry or hot and wet.
In an email to The Forum, Lindquist wrote, “I was able to use Google translate to talk to the little girl about her teddy bear and her big smile,” Lindquist writes. “They were doing well and had smiles that seem incomprehensible given their current situation.”
North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D., an hour south of Moorhead, started a meat-processing program last fall. Two Minnesota technical colleges plan to start meat-cutting programs later this year, and according to one official, there is strong student interest.
The Minnesota Republican Party announced cancellation of the county's convention amid allegations of threats by ousted chair, Edwin Hahn.

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Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott made the donation to Planned Parenthood North Central States, which operates 28 health centers in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Nebraska.
At one point, the DFL party had announced candidates for the 7th District seat, but those individuals are no longer eligible to run in the district after the redrawing of Congressional districts in Minnesota.
A Moorhead man has the legal middle name Luckyboy, and it's fitting considering his luck as a 5-day-old who was struck by a bullet.
The move is part of a national push to rename the holiday celebrating Christopher Columbus, the Italian explorer whose expeditions to the Americas ushered in an era of European colonization. Proponents of changing the day's name to honor Indigenous people argue Columbus' brutality toward America's original inhabitants should not be celebrated.
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Martha Castanon was handpicked as an advocate for farm workers recognized by the Labor Hall of Fame in 2012 and was recently appointed to a second term on the governor’s Minnesota Council of Latino Affairs.
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Test results show source of deadly gas that killed Minnesota family of 7
The case of the Hernandez-Pinto family's deaths is now closed, according to Moorhead police.

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Curtis Lee Brovold, 68, was arrested Wednesday, Jan. 12, in Cancun, Mexico, according to the FBI. Police alleged the former computer technician sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl he met online in 2000.
The funeral for five of the seven members of the Hernandez-Pinto family will be Friday, Jan. 14.
A furnace and a vehicle parked in the garage were identified as possible sources of carbon monoxide in the home.

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