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ackie Pagel (left) releases a bundle of balloons during a candlelight vigil for her sister Gina Anderson on Saturday night in Thief River Falls. Friends and family gathered as a way to keep hope alive and to remind the public that they are still searching for Anderson, who disappeared in October 2008. (Sarah Kolberg/Grand Forks Herald)

Family, friends gather to keep hope alive for missing Thief River Falls woman

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THIEF RIVER FALLS -- It's been more than 10 months since Thief River Falls resident Gina Lin Anderson disappeared without a trace, but family and friends say they continue the search for clues and answers into what happened last Oct. 23.


A prayer vigil was held Saturday evening at the Thief River Falls Gazebo near St. Bernard's Catholic Church, both as a way of keeping hope alive and a chance to remind the public that the search is still ongoing.

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