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New hotel is legal, ethical wasp's nest for Detroit Lakes officials

New hotel is legal, ethical wasp's nest for Detroit Lakes officials

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Who would have thought it would be so controversial for the city of Detroit Lakes to follow its long-range plan?

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Small towns eye Renaissance Zone program to support development

Small towns eye Renaissance Zone program to support development

CAVALIER, N.D.—Bryan McCoy has a straightforward goal for the new Cavalier Renaissance Zone Program.

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Canadians benefit from ND tax exemption

Canadians benefit from ND tax exemption

As taxpayers across the country made a last dash to submit their tax returns this week, another constituency has been seeking tax refunds from the state of North Dakota: Canadian citizens.

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Despite DNR lawsuit threat, Detroit Lakes approves hotel project

DETROIT LAKES -- A controversial hotel, condominium and restaurant project at the corner of West Lake Drive and Washington Avenue was approved by the Detroit Lakes City Council Tuesday night — despite threatened litigation by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

Investment along Lake Sakakawea spurs development

MANDAN — Moritz Sport & Marine in Mandan is the highest-selling dealer of Ranger Boats in the country.

South Dakota business brings Old West to life for Japanese park

South Dakota business brings Old West to life for Japanese park

LETCHER, S.D. -- Children in Japan will soon experience what it was like to ride in a stagecoach in the Old West.

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Bemidji's Sanford Center trims deficit again in 2014, but tough road ahead

Bemidji's Sanford Center trims deficit again in 2014, but tough road ahead

BEMIDJI -- The Sanford Center has again trimmed its deficit in 2014 -- but not without hiccups, both behind and ahead of it.

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Photography contest helps promote Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Photography contest helps promote Theodore Roosevelt National Park

MEDORA - More than 600,000 tourists visit the three units of Theodore Roosevelt National Park every year, which means there are a lot of clicks and flashes.

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Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village gets modern look

Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village gets modern look

With a twist of irony, the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village has modernized to better celebrate the city's distant past.

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TOURISM: Ready for Adventure

TOURISM: Ready for Adventure

Businesses tap into fast-growing adventure tourism market

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Mitchell Corn Palace renovation nears completion

Mitchell Corn Palace renovation nears completion

Nobody wants to finish the Corn Palace construction project more than Dave Epp.

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Fargo loses out to Seattle in bid to host 2018 Special Olympics USA Games

FARGO – North Dakota will not host the 2018 Special Olympics USA games.

Walaker posthumously honored for tourism work

Walaker posthumously honored for tourism work

WEST FARGO – The late Fargo mayor, Dennis Walaker, was remembered Thursday during the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau’s annual awards and appreciation luncheon.

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Lakeside Tavern will become Detroit Lakes’ first brew pub

Lakeside Tavern will become Detroit Lakes’ first brew pub

Detroit Lakes, Minn. - Lakeside Tavern is conjuring up an unprecedented expansion project in Detroit Lakes.

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Devils Lake to request grant for fishing piers

Devils Lake to request grant for fishing piers

The city of Devils Lake will spend up to $100,000 toward a proposed $465,000 project to build handicap-accessible parking and fishing piers or docks at three locations around Devils Lake.

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