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Crookston Times - Crookston, MN
  • Grand Forks mission offers shelter from cold

  • A Grand Forks homeless shelter is opening its doors for people who have nowhere to go with temperatures and wind chills dipping to dangerous levels.
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  • A Grand Forks homeless shelter is opening its doors for people who have nowhere to go with temperatures and wind chills dipping to dangerous levels.
    WDAY reports that Northlands Rescue Mission is giving those in need, a place to stay.
    About this time last year, Northland Rescue Mission began a waiting list — the first time that was necessary in the last 70 years. The waiting list was needed again this winter, and it started back in October.
    Robert Raymer has been living at Northland for a month. He says he's seen a lot of people come to escape the cold. He says no one is turned away, and the center has mats they can throw down on the floor if needed.

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