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Alerus Center's 2014 profit down from 2013

GRAND FORKS - The Alerus Center's total profit last year was much less than the previous year, but it was still above the budgeted profit.

After 17 years of happy trails, Theodore Roosevelt National Park concessionaires close

After 17 years of happy trails, Theodore Roosevelt National Park concessionaires close

MEDORA, N.D. -- Neil and Laura Tangen have a message for the 50,000 guests to their trail ride operation in the heart of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

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Cleanup of U.S. Steel site could disrupt or end sightseeing train in Duluth

Cleanup of U.S. Steel site could disrupt or end sightseeing train in Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. - The pending Superfund cleanup of the former U.S. Steel site in Duluth’s Morgan Park neighborhood threatens to derail the the Lake Superior & Mississippi Railroad’s operations temporarily and perhaps even end them forever.

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Fat bike rally planned at Lake Bemidji State Park

Fat bike rally planned at Lake Bemidji State Park

BEMIDJI -- The growing sport of “fat biking” will be highlighted during a March 1 event at Lake Bemidji State Park.

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Ski resorts transform brown winter with homemade snow

Ski resorts transform brown winter with homemade snow

Alexandria, Minn. - It hasn’t been the snowiest winter in Minnesota, but that hasn’t stopped the fun at Andes Tower Hills ski resort near Alexandria.

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Hotel planned near Detroit Lakes Pavilion

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – It’s a city planner’s dream come true: A St. Cloud developer wants to build a $10 million hotel-restaurant project across from the Pavilion on Washington Avenue and West Lake Drive in Detroit Lakes.

Grand Forks named top hockey town in US

Grand Forks named top hockey town in US

GRAND FORKS — A financial company website has named Grand Forks — home of the University of North Dakota hockey — the top hockey city in the United States based on fan intensity and quality of life.

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Local farmers ready to invest in former Devils Lake Walmart

A local investor group plans to convert the former Walmart in Devils Lake into City Plaza, a mall that contains an events center/hotel complex similar to a project that was part of a proposed sales tax increase that voters rejected in October.

North Dakota's largest ice fishing tournament draws thousands

North Dakota's largest ice fishing tournament draws thousands

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- A comment overheard in the frozen plowed field that served as a parking lot might have summed up the collective mindset Saturday afternoon for the hardy souls who participated in the Devils Lake Volunteer Fire Department's 31st annual ice fishing tournament: "This is what we do in North Dakota for fun. It's 40 below, and we stand outside and look at an 8-inch hole in the ice."

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Fargo-Moorhead CVB's rebrand focuses on Fargo quirkiness

Fargo-Moorhead CVB's rebrand focuses on Fargo quirkiness

Fargo - The folks who market the Fargo-Moorhead area to the rest of the country and the world unveiled new tools Thursday aiming to capitalize on a growing awareness of Fargo as a culturally happening place.

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Sign changes could delay completion of Mitchell Corn Palace renovation

Sign changes could delay completion of Mitchell Corn Palace renovation

The Mitchell City Council asked Monday to have more details about costs before approving changes to the sign to be installed on the front of the Corn Palace during the ongoing renovation.

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Fargodome’s busy 2014 concert season ‘bit of an abnormality’

Fargodome’s busy 2014 concert season ‘bit of an abnormality’

FARGO - The Fargodome had a “phenomenal” run of concerts in 2014, the general manager said.

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Mitchell Corn Palace construction expected to be compete in April

Mitchell Corn Palace construction expected to be compete in April

Mitchell Mayor Ken Tracy expects the ongoing construction at the Corn Palace to be complete by the week of April 20, and that includes the installation of the new LED light-up domes.

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Jamestown Tourism plans for new year

The Jamestown Tourism board of directors reviewed what it accomplished in 2014 Monday and looked at possible goals for 2015.

Expanded ND Heritage Center attracts record number of visitors

Expanded ND Heritage Center attracts record number of visitors

BISMARCK — Swiss national Romain Lauper didn’t know what to expect when he arrived in North Dakota for the first time this week, but he definitely didn’t think he’d find a museum the size and caliber of the newly expanded North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck.

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