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Moorhead man injured Friday in late-night motorcycle crash on Highway 34

DETROIT LAKES — A 53-year-old Moorhead man received non-life threatening injuries after the motorcycle he was driving crashed on State Highway 34 in Becker County on Friday, July 1. The Minnesota State Patrol received the call at 11:04 p.m. Scott Terry Amundson was driving his 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle...
MOORHEAD, MN
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Moorhead man injured in motorcycle crash

BECKER CO., Minn. (Valley News Live) - A Moorhead man is recovering from his injuries after a motorcycle crash in Carsonville Township in Becker County. The crash happened just after 11 p.m. on Friday. A Minnesota State Patrol report states that 53-year-old Scott Amundson, of Moorhead, was riding his motorcycle...
MOORHEAD, MN
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F-M metro hosting multiple events for July 4th celebration

(Fargo, ND) -- The Fargo-Moorhead area is hosting multiple events to celebrate Independence Day. Essentia Health 4th of July Celebration... Starting at 12:00 p.m, you can join F-M families at the Essentia Health Plaza for multiple events and family friendly activities. You can expect games, crafts, a splash pad, and "Sing 2" to play on the big screen starting at 12:30 p.m. Free concessions and popcorn is available for everyone in attendance.
FARGO, ND
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Fireworks are being snatched off the shelves

HORACE, N.D. (KVRR)- Fireworks have become a staple in Fourth of July celebrations. Stores are swarmed with customers buying bundles of fireworks to light up the skies. Some of the most popular at Starr Fireworks are Happy Family fireworks. Workers say there is a lot of color packed in them to light up the skies.
HORACE, ND
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Happenings around the lakes area, July 3-13

The Detroit Lakes Tribune accepts community calendar items for publication online and, space permitting, in our Wednesday and Sunday print editions. Submissions must be made at least a week in advance of the event date, in writing, to either dltribune@dlnewspapers.com or vgerdes@dlnewspapers.com. Each submission must include the date, time and location of event, and where to go for more information (phone, email and/or website). Also include whether the event is free or paid admission, and how much it costs when applicable.
DETROIT LAKES, MN
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Woman injured when box truck rear-ends pickup truck on Highway 34 at Highland Drive

DETROIT LAKES — A woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash at the Highland Drive and Highway 34 intersection in Detroit Lakes on Friday, July 1. At 3:19 p.m., Becker County emergency dispatchers received a report of a crash involving a "vehicle and a semi," with a driver who was trapped and suffered unknown injuries. Within minutes of the crash, Detroit Lakes police officers, Becker County deputies, Detroit Lakes firefighters, Minnesota state troopers and EMS personnel were successful in freeing a woman from her red Dodge Ram pickup and loaded her into a nearby ambulance, where she was transported to a hospital with unknown injuries.
DETROIT LAKES, MN

5 Things In North Dakota That Make You Do A Double-Take

So exactly what is a "Double-Take?" I'll try and describe what it means in my own words, ahhh let's say you are out and about in Bismarck/Mandan on a hot summer day, and you look over and see someone walking a cat on a leash. Your brain tells you almost instantly that what you saw was definitely not something you see every day, or in your life for that matter - so you look over real quick again ( a double-take ) just to make sure you're not going crazy. I was thinking this morning about how many things we/us/I come across in North Dakota that cause us to do a patented Double-Take.
MANDAN, ND
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A car hits a house in North Fargo; new laws for girls and womens sports go into effect today in South Dakota; Maroon 5 cancels Fargodome show

Each weeknight, WDAY News First reporter Tom Tucker delivers that day’s headlines and stories impacting you. Steve Hallstrom filling in for Tom Tucker. Top Headlines: A car crash in North Fargo damages a residence, new laws regarding girls and womens sports go into effect today in South Dakota, and Maroon 5 cancels a concert stop in Fargo that was planned 3 years ago.
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DGF and Barnesville Play in Day of Baseball

DILWORTH MN.– It’s a beautiful day to promote baseball in the community in Barnesville, Dilworth and Glyndon, all-day baseball ages eight to 18. A fun day for parents, fans and we hope to make this an annual event for both communities,” said Craig Samuelson, Barnesville Baseball board member.
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Man killed in motorcycle crash near West Fargo identified

(West Fargo, ND) -- We now know the name of the man who crashed his motorcycle Tuesday evening on I-94 near West Fargo. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 36-year-old Brandon Sola was headed westbound near mile marker 341 around 9 p.m. when his bike began to wobble. Sola was thrown from the motorcycle into the center median, and died from his injuries at the scene. He was not wearing a helmet.
WEST FARGO, ND
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Car crashes into north Fargo home

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - UPDATE (9:36p.m.) - Fargo PD is reporting that 27-year-old Damian Oldrock was driving at a high-rate of speed and rear-ended a Jeep on 4th St. N. Oldrock was driving a Chrysler Sebring, which was recently reported as stolen. “I happen to look down the...
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AgweekTV Full Show: Policy makers, USDA acreage report, Flags on Farms and an ag tech giant

This week on AgweekTV, we’ll visit with high profile policy makers as they gathered in Fargo to discuss the current state of the ag industry. We’ll take a look at the USDA acreage report and ask a market expert what it all means. Once again, we will show our Flags on Farms feature. Finally, we’ll discuss a North Dakota ag tech giant that has an easier way for farmers to get paid for their grain.
FARGO, ND
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Groups fundraise to help women in different ways following SCOTUS abortion decision

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Members of the Fargo-Moorhead Plant Community Facebook group and the Fargo Diocese are helping the community in their own ways. “Even though people that are black, Native American, people of color have been going through this for a long time. Now that we see that the white women are actually being I guess discriminated against and I think that’s unfortunately the reason that we’re seeing such a large push for these rights,” Tia Schmitz said.
FARGO, ND

ND’s Largest Indoor Water Park Coming – When AND Where?

I'm guessing if the weather was in the high 90s, the title of this story would inspire you to find out more information. Hey, even if we were going through the winter chill, I would still welcome a chance to have fun in a place that will be one day deemed as North Dakota's largest indoor water park. The cool and exciting thing about social media is that all it takes is just a "whiff of something in the works" to get us all interested. For example, someone writes a post about a projected new business or maybe even a photograph of a fenced-in area with the keywords on the sign "COMING SOON" on their Facebook page, and the next thing you know you'll start counting all the people that start sharing it, like wildfire it spreads.
FARGO, ND
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A vulnerable community robbed of their transportation

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - “Somebody telling you someone stole your car, like to me I know it’s just a three-wheeler Schwinn bike but to me, that was an important thing for me anyway,” said Ron Danielson, a resident at St. Annes Guest Home. “But it’s...
FARGO, ND
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