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Remains of U.S. service members who died in a Tokyo military prison fire in 1945 are undergoing DNA analysis at a laboratory in Hawaii.
On Saturday, Make-A-Wish North Dakota visited South Heart to surprise young Findley with a camper. Findley was diagnosed in November of 2020 with blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm — which is an extremely rare and aggressive type of cancer.
The Trapp family of five has an average height of 6 feet, 8 inches.
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“We’re preserving lessons learned from our families, preserving culture, preserving our history and we’re putting it on this very intimate display."

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A typical combine ride spurred Emma Kratcha's agricultural based research.
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Dave Vacha has carried his childhood hobby of building snow and ice structures into adulthood.
Programs help families in need and kids have a merry Christmas.
Mary Newman is remembered by friends and family as a great parent and benefactor of the community.
Noor Zazai takes the oath of citizenship after seven years in Fargo.
'She had grown weary of the knowledge of her reality, knowing this country and this world would never stop trying to force her to submit to its ignorance, and her family rages for her,' her obituary stated.

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Don Olson and his wife, Marie, who live on a farm just outside the east edge of Montpelier, recently received the Family Heritage Award and the Edward H. Stoll Award for 50 years of service to the National Weather Service. The Olsons, who are retired farmers, volunteer their time to measure daily precipitation totals and report weather data.
The AIDS epidemic often comes down to facts, figures and scientific study, but some Fargo-Moorhead students and volunteers are doing their best to remember the people behind the illness.
Phil Ledford talks about his service in the "brown water navy" in Vietnam.

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