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The Sartell, Minn. based company, however, has faced allegations of failing to provide adequate care to inmates, including 27-year-old Hardel Sherrell, who died in 2018 in the Beltrami County jail in Bemidji after his pleas for help were ignored by jail and medical staff.
The inventory of flocks in Minnesota diagnosed with H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza now stands at 62 sites, with a total of 2,718,082 birds affected, according to the Minnesota Board of Animal Health. Two additional infection sites were announced Friday, April 29.
The train had just left the Fargo station and was near Sabin when it encountered a severe thunderstorm.
Matthew Tri has been sentenced to a year of unsupervised probation for the July 22 shooting. No one was injured.

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That's a heck of a toll for a virus that isn't real, that's just going to disappear, that the media will stop talking about the day after the election
"You have a better chance of recovering economically than you do if you died," an emotional Commissioner Kevin Campbell said in the county board's Tuesday meeting.
MOORHEAD — A Moorhead man has been accused of raping two women at his apartment over the course of two days, according to criminal complaints filed Monday, Oct. 26, in Clay County District Court.
CLAY COUNTY, Minn. — A Richville, Minn. man was arrested Wednesday, Sept. 30, after authorities say he took them on a chase through Clay County with a loaded firearm and drugs.
A nearby school would suffer from national "media circus," according to the Clay County sheriff and Moorhead police chief.
FARGO — In Cass County courtrooms, pieces of tape mark where juror chairs should be placed to keep them 6 feet apart, some of which are outside the traditional jury box.

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While the state's stay at home order resulted in a decrease in the overall number of crashes, the severity of crashes has risen, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Whether investigators found any evidence at the landfill Tuesday was unclear.
A Moorhead woman was sentenced Thursday to two years of probationfor taking her child against a court order in September.

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