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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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Horse racing in Fargo may have reached the finish line

Horse racing in Fargo may have reached the finish line

FARGO – Live horse racing may not return here after the North Dakota Racing Commission decided Tuesday not to allow a 2015 race meet at the North Dakota Horse Park, citing the park’s heavy debt to the city of Fargo.

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What about Bob? ND triceratops has money issues

What about Bob? ND triceratops has money issues

VALLEY CITY, N.D. – Bob, one of North Dakota’s oldest residents, could be forced to leave the state soon due to money issues.

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park signs new deal to manage wild horse herd

 Theodore Roosevelt National Park signs new deal to manage wild horse herd

Known as one of the iconic symbols of the west, wild horses have inhabited the plains of North Dakota for hundreds of years.

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Groups revive debate over regional identity

Groups revive debate over regional identity

FARGO – When Jill Halvorson recently attended a trade show for convention organizers, she didn’t bring key chains, refrigerator magnets or any of the usual swag.

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Report shows few streams, lakes swimmable in southwest Minnesota

ST. PAUL — Few streams or lakes in the far southwest corner of Minnesota are fishable or swimmable, according to the latest study of water bodies in that area by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

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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