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Police said they are looking for James Kollie Jr. He may be driving the victim’s black Honda Pilot with license plate HFE185, police said.
The only known flyer from the doomed show in Minnesota became the most expensive concert poster sold at auction. Buddy Holly and several other musicians died on their way to the show in 1959.
The case involves Bunny Byington, who admitted in Clay County District Court in September 2009 that she threatened to expose a pastor who paid her for nude dancing and sex unless he provided her with thousands of dollars in hush money.
Twelve institutions have partnered with the Minnesota Private Colleges organization to ease the process for community college students looking to transfer to a four-year school.
When all-around achiever Max Schmidt-Olson isn't playing sports, singing in honor choir, helping out at home or going to school, he grows and sells pumpkins, ranging from tangerine-sized decorative squash to a whopper that’s almost as big as Max is — a 100-pound Big Moon-variety squash.
Wendi Wheeler was going through a dark time in May when she spotted Jay Dagny, a North Dakota State University student, holding a sign with the words "You are loved" at Eighth and Main in Moorhead.

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Bob Larson, a 1951 graduate of Oak Grove Lutheran School, died in the first U.S. Air Force plane crash in South Vietnam.
Dille was among a number of Americans who recently received the U.S. State Department’s Award for Heroism for work done at Kabul's besieged airport.
“I don’t like it. It’s not right,” World War II veteran Vern Otterson said. “We were fighting against the Nazis. They were horrible. Why should anyone be running around selling Nazi stuff?”

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