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Robin Huebner reports: Women connected by experiences with traumatic brain injury PressPass

FARGO - Two women living in separate North Dakota cities have made a connection through traumatic brain injury and a peer mentorship program that matches survivors with others who’ve lived it firsthand.

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Breast cancer fundraiser features stretching, strolling and sampling healthy foods PressPass

MOORHEAD – Many nonprofit organizations try to get you moving for their cause, but an event here later this month will have you stretching, strolling and sampling healthy foods from the finest local restaurants. The Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation is hosting a culinary walk to raise money for cutting-edge breast cancer research at Fargo’s Roger Maris Cancer Center.

Robin Huebner reports: Election staff shortage in Cass County spotlights issue PressPass

FARGO – For the first time ever, Cass County needed to put out an urgent call for election clerks to staff polling sites for an upcoming election. When the recent call went out, election officials were concerned because they’d never been this close to an election and worker training without having enough people signed up.

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Robin Huebner Reports: Pelican Rapids School District worried about returning to five-day week PressPass

PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. – A four-day school week for students and teachers is going by the wayside in the Pelican Rapids School District, despite mostly positive reviews.

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Seeing beyond the surface: Minn. woman refuses to let blindness stop her PressPass

Fergus Falls, Minn. - She talks excitedly about a blush-pink wedding gown, the charcoal gray of a bridesmaid’s dress and lush ivory lace she picked out for a customer. Her hands deftly guide fabric through the sewing machine in her basement shop – eyes trained intently and face just inches from her work.

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Boosting F-M's bike-friendly factor PressPass

FARGO – As National Bike Month kicked off Thursday, Minnesota laid claim to being the second most bicycle-friendly state in the country, just behind seven years running champion Washington. North Dakota was the 35th bicycle-friendly state.

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A larger glimpse of heaven PressPass

FARGO - A dozen or so local businesspeople think the widely publicized story of a boy’s glimpse of heaven deserves an even bigger audience. They’ve secured a performance of “Heaven is for Real: LIVE” at the Fargodome in July and want to raise funds for the area’s growing homeless population in the process.

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Robin Huebner Reports: Remnants of Fargo's 'frontier college' can still be found nearly 100 years after it closed PressPass

FARGO – An institute of higher learning that few know existed once stood atop the hill just south of Fargo’s Island Park. The last building left on the Fargo College campus – a Carnegie library – was torn down 50 years ago. But remnants of the school can still be found in the Fargo-Moorhead area, nearly 100 years after it closed.

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Robin Huebner Reports: 'It was life or death': Confessions of an 'everyday alcoholic'

FARGO - Kevin Michael Formo wears his battle with alcoholism on his sleeve and, sometimes, on a cardboard sign waved at passing cars.

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Robin Huebner Reports: Two-time parents of stillborn babies recall tragic journey PressPass

MOORHEAD - The month of April will always be a difficult one for Jason and Tandy Pratt. It’s the month in which they lost two babies – one in 2008, the other in 2011.

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Robin Huebner reports: A world with music no one else can hear

Hymns are constant companion for Don’s Car Washes founder. Most of them he’s known since childhood from spending Sundays in church, while a few are songs he’s never heard before. But the 84-year-old Fargo man is the only one who hears them. Singing voices and words even go along with the music.

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‘Big heads’ make big statement at local high schools, colleges PressPass

If you’ve seen some college or high school sporting events lately, it’s hard not to notice those larger-than-life cutouts of athletes’ faces bobbing up and down in the stands.

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Robin Huebner Reports: Donations sought for Fargo priest’s mission after flood in Peru PressPass

FARGO – As the valley prepares for spring flooding, an impoverished parish half a world away – led by a North Dakota priest – is dealing with water trouble of its own.

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