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Tattoo artist Libby Tossey said infections can be the scariest aspect of the industry, but she echoed the words of her boss Paul Johnson at 46 and 2 Tattoo shop in Fargo: Treat every client as if they have HIV. The shop is licensed and regulated by Fargo Cass Public Health Department, which issued a warning Wednesday, June 28 that there has been an increase in HIV cases linked to illegal body art procedures. Kim Hyatt/ The Forum
Fargo Cass Public Health warns against underground tattoos, piercings after spike in HCV numbers
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Former McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger. Elizabeth Hackenburg / Williston Herald file photo
Ruling: Suspended sheriff can question former prosecutor, but not governor
1 hour 19 min ago
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Seeking lakeside hangouts to showcase
1 hour 35 min ago
One of the vandalized cars in downtown Fargo Wednesday. WDAY photo.play button
Vandals spray-paint a dozen cars outside downtown Fargo apartments
1 hour 36 min ago
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Grand Forks Events Center Commission and Alerus Center staff meet on Thursday, June 28, 2017. (Herald photo/Sam Easter)
Grand Forks' Alerus Center gets ready for new leadership
2 hours 55 min ago
City Engineer April Walker stands in the crowded hallway that holds files, archives and other items at Fargo City Hall. Carrie Snyder / The Forum
Citing work stress, key flood-control figure, Fargo city engineer resigns
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Waylon Hedegaard, president of the North Dakota AFL-CIO, talks to demonstrators who line the sidewalk outside the Fargo office of U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at 1802 32nd Ave. S. as they protest the Senate health reform bill.  Dave Wallis / The Forumplay button
Protesters urge Hoeven to reject Senate GOP health reform bill
3 hours 22 min ago
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Judge allows ND sheriff charged with meth distribution, bribery to travel out of state
3 hours 46 min ago
Diamond Reynolds, right, walks into the Ramsey County Courthouse in St. Paul today before her second day of testimony June 7 in the trial of St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez for the July 2016 killing of Reynold’s boyfriend, Philando Castile, in Falcon Heights. Among those accompanying her is Larry Rogers, her attorney. Dave Orrick / Pioneer Press
Castile's girlfriend Diamond Reynolds pleads not guilty in assault case
3 hours 54 min ago
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Two Native American tribes allege discrimination in Montana schools
3 hours 58 min ago
MovetoNWOntario.ca, an immigration portal and job-search website supported by the provincial and federal governments.
Help wanted, eh? Northwestern Ontario recruiting American workers
4 hours 12 min ago
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Video: Minnesota woman foreshadowed risky YouTube stunt before shooting boyfriend
4 hours 47 min ago
Artist rendering of the new Star Lake Casino, which is set to be built near Dent.
White Earth has spent millions on Star Lake project
4 hours 49 min ago
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North Dakota Ag Department boosting efforts to stop beetle spread
4 hours 56 min ago