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Legendary ND TV station ad featuring "Happy" song

Legendary ND TV station ad featuring

BISMARCK – The folks at NBC North Dakota News have a “legendary” new way to promote the state’s recent ranking as the happiest in America – and it’s making waves online.

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Fargo officials to reconsider connecting downtown with river, possibly with bridge over floodwall

Fargo officials to reconsider connecting downtown with river, possibly with bridge over floodwall

FARGO, N.D. – City commissioners here got a look Monday at some options for better connecting downtown to the Red River, seen as a future focal point for recreation and entertainment.

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GF council approves 2015 special events budget of about $127,000

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Grand Forks City Council approved its 2015 special events budget with one condition regarding an annual racing event.

Grand Forks continues public art planning

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - As Grand Forks community leaders work toward a citywide public arts plan, they’re taking the first steps in what can be a challenging process, local and regional art experts say.

SD recognizes businesses for outstanding customer service

The South Dakota Department of Tourism has recognized 156 businesses and organizations in 46 communities for outstanding customer service through its Great Service Star Program.

Huff Hills ski resort has earliest opener ever

MANDAN, N.D. — For the first time ever, Huff Hills has opened before Thanksgiving thanks to the recent streak of frigid weather.

Detroit Mountain Recreation Area reopens after $8.5M renovation

Detroit Mountain Recreation Area reopens after $8.5M renovation

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - As shoppers push and shove to buy Christmas presents on Black Friday, Dustin Bristlin will tear into something big and white and powdery he’s been waiting to get at for a decade.

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SD pheasant opener to be featured on NBC Sports Network

MITCHELL, S.D. - An hour-long television program on NBC Sports Network shown tonight will feature the opening weekend of pheasant season in South Dakota.

Local couple tries national home-rental trend

Local couple tries national home-rental trend

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - When Philip and Kristin McKenzie traveled to Europe with their two daughters and Kristin’s mother this summer, they weren’t sure where to stay because most hotel rooms only accommodate four people.

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Crooked Crane Trail moves forward with 'master plan'

DICKINSON, N.D. - City leaders and community activists are looking for funds to push forward a completed "master plan" for renovations on the 17-mile Crooked Crane Trail circling Dickinson’s Patterson Lake.

F-M set to wow 2018 Special Olympics USA selection committee

F-M set to wow 2018 Special Olympics USA selection committee

FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota faces tough competition in its efforts to bring the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games to Fargo-Moorhead, but leaders are confident they can get it done.

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WE Fest faces new chapter

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - For just the second time in its 32-year history, WE Fest is under new ownership.

F-M one of two finalists for 2018 National Special Olympic Games

FARGO – A site selection committee for the 2018 USA National Special Olympic Games will visit Fargo-Moorhead on Monday and Tuesday, according to a press release.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park set to increase fees

DICKINSON, N.D. - As part of a national initiative, Theodore Roosevelt National Park has proposed increasing entrance and camping fees for park-goers.

Former Palace director's home searched; affidavit shows $1K in mishandled gift cards

MITCHELL, S.D. - Authorities searched the home of former Corn Palace Director Mark Schilling last week, and new details of the investigation have since emerged in court documents filed in conjunction with the search.

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