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Gordon B. Hinckley, an 84-year-old optimist, took the helm of the LDS Church in 1995, when most Americans knew little about it. During Hinckley's 13-year presidential tenure, the indefatigable Mormon leader jetted around the globe, energizing the faithful, calling for more temples, tweaking churchwide programs and bringing the Utah-based faith out of obscurity. In his first year, Hinckley scored an interview with the TV newsmagazine "60 Minutes" and won over the show's skeptical and curmudgeonly reporter Mike Wallace. Hinckley wanted outsiders to see, as Mormon historian Matthew Bowman says, "a modern, international institution aspiring for cosmopolitanism and normalcy." The... [Read More]
President Trump has canceled a plan to visit London in the coming weeks, complaining that the U.S. got a bad deal in relocating its embassy out of a prime Grosvenor Square location that is now slated for a large luxury hotel. [Read More]
Some like it grilled like a steak or simmered into a comforting stew. Others say it tastes delicious when roasted and stuffed like a Thanksgiving turkey. No matter how it's... [Read More]
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The fresh vegetables most people shop for at the market are green beans, peas, squash, broccoli and cauliflower. How many times have you walked past the root vegetables and wondered... [Read More]
Mark Wahlberg says he is donating $1.5 million dollars to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund in Michelle Williams' name. [Read More]
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Grand Forks HeraldNDGF to offer 502 nonresident bow tags The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will have 502 any-deer bow licenses available to nonresidents in 2018. Applicants must apply online... [Read More]
Hartford Superintendent Leslie Torres-Rodriguez is taking her plan to restructure and consolidate Hartford schools on the road with a series of hearings and conversations around the city. [Read More]
New-school stews, aromatic curries, and flavor-packed soups prove that hearty doesn't have to mean heavy. [Read More]
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A year or so back, I challenged myself to come up with a list of the outdoors from A to Z.That might sound easy enough, but as I got down to developing the list, I found it to be quite a challenge. For some letters, at least.The challenge proved to be even more formidable when I decided to tackle it... [Read More]
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Michael Che continues his almost weekly schooling of Donald Trump. On this episode, he points out a very inconvenient reality that Trump knows nor will he appreciate. Michael Che Schools Donald ... [Read More]
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Flemington Car & Truck Country chairman explains on 'Fox & Friends' the benefits being shared with his employees. [Read More]
Grand Forks Herald The best view of a pine siskin is from behind with its wings spread. That way, the brilliant yellow patches show in the bird's wings and tail and clinch the... [Read More]
Every scar has a story; but how many of us are comfortable sharing it? [Read More]
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We take you through the gate of hell. Regardless of religious traditions or beliefs about the existence or otherwise of hell, there is a place here on Earth, in the middle of a desert, which has been named as such. Want to know why? Click on the gallery! It does not matter if you are an atheist, agnostic or super religious - this gallery is for you! [Read More]
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A Chinese photographer devised a six-month workout plan for his whole family to get in shape and bond together. [Read More]
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Week of Jan. 15-19... [Read More]
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The sun hadn't yet crested the horizon on Tuesday, Jan. 9, when Greg Clusiau and Lorin LeMire began perforating the frozen surface of the lake with fishing holes."We'll see what's down there before we set up," said Clusiau, who calls Keewatin, Minn., home. [Read More]
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The sun hadn't yet crested the horizon on Tuesday, Jan. 9, when Greg Clusiau and Lorin LeMire began perforating the frozen surface of the lake with fishing holes."We'll see what's down there before we set up," said Clusiau, who calls Keewatin, Minn., home. [Read More]
FCCNN GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. — The sun hadn't yet crested the horizon on Tuesday, Jan. 9, when Greg Clusiau and Lorin LeMire began perforating the frozen surface of the lake with... [Read More]
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