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DILWORTH

By all accounts from trauma experts, Mitch Amundson shouldn't be alive. There were moments following the accident he had no heartbeat or detectable blood pressure.
We've all stumbled on an shoe box full of old, long lost family pictures. Now, you might be able to help solve a mystery. Do you recognize the people in these photos?
Dilworth graduate has owned 76 classic cars, including the one he brought to the Northwest Water Carnival's Fly-In, Drive-In breakfast on Saturday.
It was known as Cully's, then Willy's, but whatever the name, some food lovers still remember their homestyle dishes.

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North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D., an hour south of Moorhead, started a meat-processing program last fall. Two Minnesota technical colleges plan to start meat-cutting programs later this year, and according to one official, there is strong student interest.
“We're not talking about wants here, we're talking about necessities, and public safety has got to be the top priority when it comes to our bonding priorities,” said Sen. Kent Eken, DFL-Twin Valley.
Deputies determined through a test that Dale Whitefeather had a blood alcohol content of 0.196%, the complaint said.
The petition also states that a Confederate-looking mascot dishonors the sacrifice of American soldiers from Minnesota who fought during the Civil War and “prolongs the American journey towards racial equity.”
DILWORTH — Decades ago, there's a good chance a chunk of land on Dilworth's south side of the tracks was planted in the spring and harvested in the fall. Now, the athletes at D-G-F Schools will have their own "Field of Dreams" to play on.
MOORHEAD — A Dilworth man accused in North Dakota of sharing porn depicting young children faces similar charges in western Minnesota, including one count that alleges he sexually exploited a 1-year-old child.

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MOORHEAD — A Dilworth woman died Saturday, Feb. 1, after her car got hit by a train.
DILWORTH — There were no injuries reported after a corn dryer fire in Dilworth on Monday, Dec. 9.
DILWORTH — After reviewing surveillance footage, police have spotted the woman who placed a 911 call that forced about 200 customers and employees to evacuate the Dilworth Walmart earlier this month.

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