Google Photos Best On The Market At Organizing Images

By Wade Rupard GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Most of us want a safe place to store our photos. But in the world of technology, that can sometimes be difficult to find. One tap of a button can delete hundreds of photos off your phone in an instant. There are several apps on the market that…
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University Of Minnesota Bills Rolling Stones Promoter

By Josh Verges MINNEAPOLIS — The University of Minnesota plans to bill a promoter more than a half million dollars for Wednesday night’s Rolling Stones concert at the U’s football stadium. Rent for the show at TCF Bank Stadium is $125,000, according to the contract. The U also charged a facility use fee of $2…
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The Lost Italian Presents Strawberry Shortcake

By Tony and Sarah Nasello FARGO — It’s hard to resist good fruit when it’s in season, especially when the price is right, and we’ve been known to stock up on berries whenever they’re on sale. But what do we do with all this fresh fruit once we bring it home? For strawberries, the answer…
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From Bar To The Stars: Sidewalk Astronomy Brings The Heavens To The Street

By John Lamb MOORHEAD — A late night in a bar can lead to some revelers seeing stars the next morning. But step outside Moorhead’s Junkyard Brewing Co. on a clear Friday or Saturday night this summer after the sun sets, and you’ll get a sobering view of some celestial scenery. On those nights, hobby…
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Detroit Lakes Treats New Canine Virus

ST. PAUL — A new strain of canine influenza virus  has been found — and treated successfully — in Detroit Lakes. The Minnesota Board of Animal Health said all of the dogs were most likely exposed to the virus when they visited the Lucky Dog Boarding and Training Center in Detroit Lakes. All of the…
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