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The most wonderful part of Ellen's 2008 wish from Make-A-Wish North Dakota was that it didn’t end with our return to our Larimore, North Dakota, farm. Anna, who knew that Ellen and Rosebud had bonded on the Santa Buddies movie set, gave her Rosebud and arranged to have the puppy flown to Winnipeg on Dec. 17.
“Ways of Being Home: Between Northfield & Maltrata” screening set for Nov. 11
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.
The sheriff's office says the investigation remains "open and active."

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"Colors of the Rainbow" is a documentary about the life of a self-described recluse with a popular program on North Shore community radio.
The story of how the owners of Montevideo's Millennium Theater responded to the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic was held up as an example for small businesses in the state during a Small Business Administration-sponsored roundtable.
Matthew Koshmrl of Chisholm spent six years with the subjects of "Land of My Father" — people fighting for Dokdo Islands' return to South Korea.
Daniel Durant has been on YouTube, ABC Family and Broadway. Now he's in a much-buzzed-about "CODA," which hits theaters and Apple TV+ this weekend.
Nick Hansen, Anne Hansen and Lindsey Martinson are behind a quick-hit episodic comedy about a man who is perpetually cast as a member of the wedding party.
Pandemic closures could be permanent for some; others to reopen.

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Privately-held MGM, or Metro Goldwyn Mayer, was founded in 1924, owns the Epix cable channel and makes popular TV shows including "Fargo," "Vikings" and "Shark Tank."
Todd Melby looks at an iconic movie in his book “A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of ‘Fargo.’”
The life of bad guy Baron von Raschke is the focus of a wildly entertaining new documentary that will make its worldwide debut May 14 as part of the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival. That evening, it will be shown outdoors at the Como Lakeside Pavilion in St. Paul. “The Claw” will then be available for online streaming from May 15 through 23.

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