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West Fargo Police Chief Retires

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After nearly 20 years of service, West Fargo chief of police Arland Rasmussen is saying goodbye. Family, friends, and coworkers of Rasmussen showed up to wish him well and thank him for his year's of service on Thursday night. at a retirement reception.

Rasmussen worked at the Cass County Sheriff's Office from 1972 to 1995, and in 1995, he took over as head of West Fargo's police department. This is not the end of public service for Rasmussen.  He was just elected to the Cass County commission. Assistant Chief Mike Reitan takes over as West Fargo's top cop.    
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