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Mitchell mayor to recommend new Corn Palace director

Mitchell mayor to recommend new Corn Palace director

MITCHELL, S.D. - As work continues on a multimillion dollar renovation of the Corn Palace, the city-owned arena and tourist attraction could soon get something it hasn’t had for months — a director.

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Hockey: Grand Forks to host 2016 World U18s

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Another major international hockey event is coming to Grand Forks.

ND Tourism to seek changes after sportsmen caught up in campaign ad

BISMARCK – North Dakota’s Tourism Division director said Monday she plans to seek changes to prevent political campaigns from using the agency’s stock footage, after four sportsmen who took part in a tourism video wound up in a campaign ad promoting a controversial ballot measure.

Fergus Falls council delays Kirkbride decision after tense debate

Fergus Falls council delays Kirkbride decision after tense debate

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. – After a sometimes tense discussion, the City Council here on Monday delayed a vote on whether to take a financial risk and try restoring the city’s historic Kirkbride property or demolish it.

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Area tourism entities receive grant funding

BISMARCK — Sixteen North Dakota tourism entities have received grants from the North Dakota Department of Commerce’s Tourism Division to expand their respective marketing efforts.

Survey: Americans losing billions by taking less vacation time

WASHINGTON - Americans took the least amount of vacation time in almost four decades last year, forfeiting billions of dollars in compensation without scoring points with their bosses, according to an industry group analysis released on Tuesday.

Mitchell city council delays new city hall

Mitchell, S.D., Mayor Ken Tracy cast the deciding vote Monday night to delay the construction of a new city hall, clearing the way for a competition-sized indoor pool to be built in the city.

Finding funding for pheasant habitat

Paul Coughlin talks about the landscape in South Dakota as if it were a radiant, elaborate painting.

ND ranch expands into agritourism to accommodate next generation

ND ranch expands into agritourism to accommodate next generation

MCKENZIE, N.D. – Jerry Doan always figured his oldest son would return to the family farm and make agriculture his lifelong career. But the elder Doan was a bit surprised when his three other children said they wanted to come back, too.

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36-hour adventure race coming to western ND

A new type of athlete is coming to western North Dakota.

Howard building back in business for SD hunting season

HOWARD, S.D. - A behemoth building on Howard's Main Street will spring to life this fall during hunting season.

VIP Hunt showcases Montevideo as hunting destination

VIP Hunt showcases Montevideo as hunting destination

MONTEVIDEO, Minn. — The North Shore and Minnesota’s lake country may beckon in the heat of summer, but come autumn and the start of the hunting season, Montevideo Mayor Debra Lee Fader wants you to know there is really only one destination.

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Worthington ready for Minn. governor’s pheasant opener

WORTHINGTON, Minn. — With 99 percent of the corn crop still in the field, participants in the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener Saturday will have more than enough challenge to find the ever-elusive ringnecks.

After decades of donations Bonanzaville has run out of space

After decades of donations Bonanzaville has run out of space

WEST FARGO, N.D. – For decades, relics of North Dakota’s past have found their way to Bonanzaville.

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Pheasants Forever donates $100K to SD conservation fund

Pheasants Forever donates $100K to SD conservation fund

MITCHELL, S.D. - South Dakota's newly created conservation fund has already doubled, thanks to a $100,000 donation from Pheasants Forever.

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