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WEST FARGO

The actor and North Dakota native helped encourage the family of Danny Mapes to set up a charity in honor of the man who never let physical limitations get in the way of achieving his dreams.
Jim Jonas and Austen Schauer won the District 13 Republican nominations over longtime state Rep. Kim Koppelman.
The SUV drifted into the lane of an oncoming 2021 International semi before the fatal head-on crash, the North Dakota Highway Patrol said.
Roxane B. Salonen writes about the "Grace Gallops" author's book and her quest to help others.

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When a visitor dropped by the new West Fargo store, recently, that world had really gone to the dogs. A tiny Yorkie in a sweater sniffed every treat at ankle level. A Shih Tzu named Oliver eagerly stood on his back legs to beg for a yummy-smelling biscuit. "Dogs are always welcome," says co-owner Megan Pechin Bergseth. "That's why we have treats in our pockets."
"Fielding Questions" columnist Don Kinzler also hears from readers about Norfolk Island pine problems and the ripening dates for tomatoes.
In today's "Growing Together" column, Don Kinzler explains what we should do around the yard this month to keep our trees, shrubs and perennials healthy.
In today's "Home with the Lost Italian," Sarah Nasello shares her tip for opening a pomegranate and putting it to good use in a delicious, nutritious salad.

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"Fielding Questions" columnist Don Kinzler also answers questions about an old houseplant and geranium cuttings.
In today's "Growing Together" column, Don Kinzler explains why it's important to pick a good mix — and why spending a little more now is worth it.
West Fargo mother Meghan Dahnke is the woman behind Toadally Therapeutic Community Store, a marketplace for second-hand goods for children with autism. Inspired by her 7-year-old son Broden, Dahnke launched the business to help parents find affordable equipment. In the process, she and the store have become the mutual link between so many parents in the area.

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