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MOORHEAD

The funeral for five of the seven members of the Hernandez-Pinto family will be Friday, Jan. 14.
Students on the president's list earned a GPA of 4.0 and those on the dean's list had a GPA of 3.50 to 3.99 while completing at least six credits and 75% of the courses in which they enrolled for the semester.
Students must maintain a 3.25 or higher GPA and carry 12 graded credits to qualify. 
Dead or alive, crickets are in big demand these days. After Pat and Madeline Reviers' plan to raise crickets for high-protein, nutrient-packed cricket flour was temporarily stalled, they've pivoted to sell live crickets. Who will want them? According to Pat, everyone from gecko owners who are facing a nationwide feeder-insect shortage to anglers angling for a highly effective bait.

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No one can quite figure out why the kingpin of the Minnesota town's illegal liquor business would mastermind a bank robbery, then try to attract the attention of the police on the way out of town. No matter why he did it, Jake Schumacher helped put the nail in the coffin of gangster life in Moorhead.
A man and his grandson from Bismarck, a farm family of six from rural Adrian and an Osnabrock family of five, stopped at a rest area near Valley City, were all kidnapped and released by two escaped Nevada convicts during a daylong crime spree and pursuit on Oct. 21, 1981. The chaos ended in a shootout with police on the I-94 bridge.
Family and friends of Moorhead's Roy Nolte are remembering the WWII veteran for his years on board a B-25, but also his large group of cousins and brothers he served with during the war.
The state Department of Commerce said income eligibility limits have been raised, which should allow many more Minnesota households to get help through the Energy Assistance Program.
The charges are enhanced because they involve allegations of bias against a protected class, prosecutors said. Some of the messages that were spray-painted on the building included "Death to Islam" and women "can't vote."
The Minnesota Historic Structure Rehabilitation Tax Credit is competing with veterans, public safety and housing advocates for a slice of the $88 million pie.

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Police and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension agents were at the scene Wednesday morning investigating a taxi in the ditch between a row of houses and railroad tracks. Along with the ditch, an apartment parking lot was taped off.
New research puts spotlight on manmade means of bolstering groundwater supplies.
New home construction and existing homes sales soared despite economy's challenges

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