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Casino offers pleasure cruises on Lake Sakakawea

Casino offers pleasure cruises on Lake Sakakawea

NEW TOWN, N.D. — Karolyn Fox had her doubts when the Three Affiliated Tribes purchased a $1.2 million yacht named Island Girl.

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Entrepreneur brings unique pub to Brainerd's Gull Lake

Entrepreneur brings unique pub to Brainerd's Gull Lake

EAST GULL LAKE, Minn. - The newest pub on Gull Lake this summer is hard to miss, as it's literally on the lake.

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Crowd estimates at 1 million for Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

STURGIS, S.D. -- Crowd estimates are still at 1 million for the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in the Black Hills of South Dakota that ended Sunday, but it will probably be a week before event organizers will provide a final count.

Jamestown Arts Park receives national grant

Jamestown Arts Park receives national grant

The Jamestown Fine Arts Association is one of 38 organizations nationwide to receive an ArtPlace America grant.

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Motorcycle Museum in Sturgis hopes to expand

Motorcycle Museum in Sturgis hopes to expand

STURGIS, S.D. - Executive Director Christine Diers said the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame had its best two days ever this week in its 14-year history as the 75th rally anniversary blasted off.

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Billings County Commission rejects organization aiming to turn remote section of Badlands into national monument

Billings County Commission rejects organization aiming to turn remote section of Badlands into national monument

MEDORA, N.D. - A representative from The National Trust for Historic Preservation pitched a plan to the Billings County Commission to incorporate the former Eberts ranch -- part of the Little Missouri National Grasslands near the Elkhorn Ranch Unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park -- into a national monument on Tuesday afternoon.

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Even for stores on way, WE Fest a big boon

Even for stores on way, WE Fest a big boon

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — At the beginning of the year, staff at Hawley Liquors mark WE Fest on their calendar as an event to look forward to.

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Builder of Corn Palace domes proud, says criticism on delays isn't fair

Builder of Corn Palace domes proud, says criticism on delays isn't fair

MITCHELL, S.D.-For the builder of the Corn Palace's much-talked-about domes, the Minnesota firm says it would do the project again without a second thought.

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Rural bed and breakfasts maintain strong clientele

Rural bed and breakfasts maintain strong clientele

MAYVILLE, N.D.—In her rustic bed and breakfast, Cheryll Moen washes the sheets once a week, restocks the fridge every few days and inspects the bathrooms to look for any trace of disorder.

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Oil company to pay for moving hiking, riding trails at Little Missouri State Park

KILLDEER, N.D. - The oil company that’s having a huge impact on the Little Missouri State Park north of Killdeer has pledged to move some hiking and riding trails away from its operations.

Ely bear center to open $1.5 million expansion

Ely bear center to open $1.5 million expansion

ELY, Minn. -- The North American Bear Center in Ely will expand its education and exhibit space when the center's new Northwoods Ecology Hall opens Saturday.

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Brainerd area chambers work to rescue summer vacation plans

Brainerd area chambers work to rescue summer vacation plans

BRAINERD, Minn.-After Sunday's storm, displaced vacationers and summer travelers may contact local chambers of commerce for updated lodging availability.

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Couple launches Spearfish tour service

Couple launches Spearfish tour service

Longtime Spearfish, S.D., residents Jon and Mary Pochop are midway through their first full summer as tour company owners and so far, business has been good.

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Jamestown Tourism works for more interactive experience

Jamestown Tourism is taking a comprehensive, interactive community approach to marketing the traditional and previously unheralded attractions of the visitor experience to a wider market.

Beard's Resort goes up for sale

Beard's Resort goes up for sale

NEW LONDON, Minn. — For just about 23 years, Judy and LeRoy Sandgren have taken on Disney World and all of the other pricey family vacation destinations, competing from the shores of Long Lake near New London.

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