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Federal Push for Highway 85 Improvements Video included

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North Dakota Senator John Hoeven says he met with Colonel Joel Cross of the Omaha District of the Corps this week. More>>

Area Children Audition for Summer Theater Video included

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'Annie' and 'The Music Man', will give ambitious young actors the opportunity to sing and dance for area theater-goers. More>>

Student Froid Video included

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Here is Jordan Smith, the top graduate at Froid High School More>>

Jamestown Man Left in Field for 7 Hours After Crash

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A Jamestown man is hurt after a rollover in Logan county that left him lying alone in a field for seven hours. More>>

Crash North of Bismarck Sends 3 to Hospital Video included

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Three people are taken to the hospital and traffic is re-routed in North Bismarck after a car crash. More>>

Police Investigate Fall from Bridge

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The Minot Police Department is investigating the details surrounding the fall of a young man that landed him in Trinity Hospital's ER. More>>

Williston Man Dies in Crash

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A Williston man died in a traffic accident near Tioga Friday afternoon. More>>

Two Arrested After Report of Abduction

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Two people have been arrested after a report of an child abduction. More>>

Legislature Passes Oil Extraction Tax Changes

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The North Dakota legislature has passed a bill calling for a major change to the state's oil extraction tax. More>>

Jury Selection in Wright Trial Video included

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Jury selection has begun in the trial of a Georgia man accused of causing a fatal accident on a fog-shrouded Highway Two in 2013. More>>

Pow Wow Honors MSU Students Video included

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Tradition, color and movement. More>>

Christ Lutheran Prepares for Weekend Dedication Video included

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Members of Christ Lutheran Church in Minot are preparing to celebrate what some may call, the church's most significant Sunday in four years. More>>

New Minot Country Club Nearly Ready Video included

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It's been a long four years for the Minot Country Club. More>>

Famous Cartoonist Visits Bismarck Video included

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If you're a fan of Saturday morning cartoons then you're probably already a fan of Ron Campbell. More>>

Student Spotlight: Bottineau High School Video included

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We're off to Bottineau for tonight's Student Spotlight. More>>

Eye on Education: Powers Lake Art Class Video included

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Powers Lake Public School has teamed up with the North Dakota Council of the Arts to employ an Art Teacher. More>>

Photographer Captures Memories of Bismarck Fire Video included

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When it's your job to teach the fine art of photography, you spend a lot of time talking about being in the right place at the right time. More>>

Mandan Woman Charged with Forgery After Writing $250,000 Check

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A North Dakota woman is charged with forging a 250,000 check. More>>

Both Chambers Pass Oil Tax Bill

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The North Dakota legislature passes a bill to change the state's oil tax formula... More>>

California Man Charged with Multiple Hunting Violations in Hettinger County

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A San Diego man faces multiple misdemeanor hunting related citations in Hettinger County. More>>

Rainbow Brothers Sentenced in Assault Case

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Two brothers charged with beating a woman with a drainpipe in Standing Rock Reservation last April have been sentenced. More>>

Sex Offender Moves in Minot

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Minot Police are notifying the public that a high risk sex offender has moved to a new address in town. More>>

Legislative Session to Head into Next Week

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Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner says the legislative session will head into next week. More>>

Mother Changes Plea, Son Still Charged in Drug Case

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A woman who was facing up to life in prison for possession of cocaine and heroin in Minot has entered guilty pleas to lesser charges in the case. More>>

Senate Approves Oil Extraction Tax Rate Changes

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 North Dakota's Senate has approved amendments to a House bill calling for a major change to the state's tax policy on oil production.

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Governor Signs Income Tax Reduction Bill

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Gov. Jack Dalrymple signs a $108 million income tax reduction bill into law. More>>

University Students Help Sign a Bill Into Law

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 Governor Dalrymple signs a bill that former students and faculty of Jamestown University help create. More>>

North Dakota Senate Votes to Change Oil Extraction Tax Rate

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Senate lawmakers vote to pass amendments aimed at restructuring oil taxes. More>>

Bismarck Police Refute Attempted Abduction Story

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You may have seen the story of an attempted abduction of a woman in Bismarck being shared on facebook.The only problem...Bismarck police say it's not true... More>>

Mental Evaluation in Infant Murder Case Video included

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A Minot woman accused of strangling her infant daughter will undergo a psychiatric evaluation before the case proceeds any further. More>>

High River Flows Hurt Golf Course Video included

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The Mouse River has been running at a fairly high level for the past few weeks because of snowmelt runoff in Canada. More>>

State Radiology Laws Change Video included

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Three years ago, a radiology-related medical incident caused the state's Attorney General's office to require North Dakota imaging technologists to only perform work if they had written consent from an acting physician. More>>

Business Beat - April 23rd, 2015 Video included

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It means, 'The Aztec.' More>>

Student Spotlight: Divide County High School Video included

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It's time to meet tonight's featured high school senior in our Student Spotlight. More>>

North Dakota House Passes Governor's Residence Bill Video included

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The North Dakota Governor's Residence could soon be getting a new look... More>>

Man Petitions to Close Down Moscow Bar

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A petition to close a bar in Mandan is making its way throughout social media. 

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Billie's Meadow Pet Cemetery Update

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Judge Sonna Anderson submitted a 14 page document denying the request for the preliminary injunction. More>>

Trenton Woman Charged with Stealing over $170,000 from Williston Business

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A Trenton woman is charged with 17 felonies associated with taking money from a Williston business. More>>

Judge Rules White Eagle Should Remain in Jail

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A federal judge decided Richmond White Eagle should remain in custody based on his prior criminal record. More>>

Girls reports man walked into her families house

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A 12 year old girl says she was home alone when a man walked into her house and then fled. More>>

Online reports of attempted abduction and assault are untrue

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Social media and online reports that there was an attempted abduction in Bismarck are untrue. More>>

Woman pushing stroller arrested for child neglect

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A 44 year old Bismarck woman was arrested after she was unfit to care for her child. More>>

Rice Lake Funding Options Discussed at County Board Meeting Video included

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It's a last resort.That's what Building Inspector Mike Larson told the Ward County commission regarding funding efforts for Rice Lake. More>>

Juveniles Charged in Assault Case

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A group of juveniles has been charged in an assault case at a towing business in Minot. More>>

Senate Votes in Favor of New Governor's Residence

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The North Dakota Senate has passed a measure to demolish and build a new governor's residence... More>>

Senate Committee Talks Oil Tax Bill

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Senators propose a change to a House bill that would alter the state's oil tax formula... More>>

Inmate Housing Contract Signed at County Board Meeting Video included

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The Ward County Jail could be transporting inmates more than 200 miles one way to find an open bed. More>>

Recycling Center Busy on Earth Day Video included

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The EPA estimates that in 2012, Americans recycled almost 87 million tons of trash. More>>

Animator Visits Taube Art Museum Video included

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You might not know the name Ron Campbell, but you've probably have seen his work. More>>

Eye on Agriculture: Fair Weather Planting Video included

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With clear skies, and dry ground, area producers are quickly putting the spring of 2014 behind them. More>>

Student Spotlight: Kenmare High School Video included

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We're traveling the region to meet top high school seniors again this year in our Student Spotlight. More>>

Curbside Recycling and the Battle Against Waste in Bismarck

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Last year the City of Bismarck started its curbside recycling program. More>>

Bismarck to Install New Traffic Signals

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Many drivers will soon notice a change when making a left turn on a couple busy roads. More>>

ND Companies Honored for Safety

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A number of companies throughout the state have reached some significant safety milestones. More>>

More Senior Housing Coming to Bismarck

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Local seniors can look forward to more affordable apartment options. More>>

ND Zoos Work to Protect Animals From Avian Influenza

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Around two weeks ago, the first case of bird flu in North Dakota was confirmed in Dickey County.Now, many North Dakota farmers and ranchers are taking extra precautions to keep their animals safe.Even employees at all 4 North Dakota zoos are making an effort to protect their birds. More>>

Man Charged after Shooting Handgun in Williston City Limits

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A Texas man is charged after firing his gun through another mans clothing outside a Williston bar. More>>

Three Bismarck businesses fail tobacco compliance check

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Bismarck Police say three Bismarck businesses failed a compliance check for tobacco. More>>

Woman has car stolen while she buys drugs

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A 39 year old Bismarck woman reports to Bismarck Police her car was stolen while she was buying drugs. More>>

Park District Vote Fails Video included

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Minot voters said no to Minot Park District vote Tuesday. More>>

Debate Continues For House Bill 1476

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The Senate Finance and Tax Committee is debating House Bill 1476.  The next stop would be the Senate chamber. More>>

Gebur Sentenced in Rape Case

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A Deering man will spend up to eight years in prison after admitting to gross sexual imposition on a 14-year-old girl. More>>

Students Back from Trip to Canada Video included

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Three Central Campus students have returned home after a 3 day international science exploration. More>>

Tourism Conference: Canadian Market

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About 70 percent of Canadian residents hold a passport while only about 40 percent of US citizens are passport holders. More>>

Stanley City Hall Coming Down Video included

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Main Street Stanley now has a vacant space where a cornerstone building stood for nearly a century. More>>

Parkinson's Exercise Class Helps Bismarck Man Continue His Hobby

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Many people know someone suffering from Parkinson's Disease.It's a difficult battle to watch and an even harder one to fight.But now certain exercise classes are helping people with Parkinson's get their mobility back, and for one Bismarck man, his favorite hobby. More>>

Student Spotlight: Turtle Mountain High School Video included

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Student Spotlight tonight takes us to Belcourt where several students finished tied atop the class of 2015. More>>

Cancer Survivors, Caregivers, and Fighters Honors at United Tribes Technical College

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Around 400 people pack the United Tribes Technical College to honor cancer survivors, care givers, and more. More>>

Nature Comes Alive After Fire

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Two thousand acres stripped and left with nothing."It went fast, like a matchstick, it was gone," says Terry Pinks, long time resident of the area south of Bismarck that burned last week. More>>

Decorated Marine Visits UMary

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A decorated U.S. Marine Colonel speaks to University of Mary students as part of a "lunch and learn" series. More>>

Panera Bread, Caribou Coffee, & Verizon on the Way

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A highly anticipated restaurant is set to break ground soon in Bismarck. More>>

First Responders Receive Photo

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First responders from last week's grass fire South of Bismarck are honored at the University of Mary. More>>

Governor Signs Drone Bill into Law

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Gov. Jack Dalrymple has signed a couple bills into law, relating to law enforcement officers... More>>

North Dakota Legislature Passes Bill to Ban Powdered Alcohol

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The North Dakota legislature passes a bill to ban powdered alcohol... More>>

State Democrats Respond to Oil Extraction Tax Bill Figures

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State Democrats say a bill to change the oil tax formula could have costly long-term effects to the tune of $6 billion over the next ten years... More>>

Trial begins for Knodel

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FARGO—Attorneys have began selecting a jury and expect to make their opening statements Tuesday afternoon in the case of the 2014 Teacher of the Year accused of having a sexual relationship with a student in 2009. More>>

Arrest Made in Trafficking Case

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Authorities arrested a man in connection to a human trafficking case. More>>

Auer Files New Federal Lawsuit vs. City

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The former city attorney for Minot has filed a new federal lawsuit against the city over her termination. More>>

North Dakota House Approves Oil Extraction Tax Bill Video included

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The North Dakota House of Representatives votes to approve a bill that changes the extraction tax for oil production.
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White Eagle Faces Sexual Abuse Charges Following Death in Ft. Yates Video included

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Standing Rock Tribal Police and the FBI are investigating in Fort Yates after a woman was found deceased and unclothed outside of her apartment. More>>

Lampl Sentenced in Child Sex Abuse Cases in Stark County Video included

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A 49-year-old Dickinson man is sentenced in two child sex abuse cases. More>>

Park District Vote is Tuesday Video included

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Tomorrow is election day in Minot. More>>

Debating the Park Plan Video included

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Debate surrounding the Minot Aquatics and Recreation Center has been vigorous on both sides of the vote. More>>

Tourism Conference Underway in Minot Video included

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From the largest attractions to the smallest business, tourism and commerce in the state depend on everyone. More>>

Workers Break Ground on Universal Playground in Mandan Video included

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It's intended for kids with special needs.  When it's done it will have a rubber mat on the ground instead of sand or wood chips.  That's so wheel chairs and scooters can get around. More>>

MAFB Temporary Living Facility Project Video included

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People move to and from Minot Air Force Base frequently -- and many of those households transition through Temporary Lodging Facilities. More>>

Eye on Energy: Stanley Oil Impact Video included

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Oil production in North Dakota has fallen from record levels in the past couple of months while the number of active oil rigs has been cut by half. More>>

Student Spotlight: Stanley High School Video included

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Our Student Spotlight takes us to Stanley tonight where we meet Jennifer Ellis of the Class of 2015. More>>

New Town Man Sentenced for Assault Involving Chaining Woman to Vehicle Chair

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A 23-year-old New Town man is sentenced for assaulting a woman he was dating including chaining her to the inside of his car. More>>

Local Soup Kitchen to Close Video included

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A soup kitchen along Memorial Highway in Bismarck has been serving the homeless for six years. But now, it's closing. More>>

Child abuse charge after child left in the car at a bar Video included

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A 32 year old Parshall man is charged after leaving a 4 year old boy in a car alone while he drank at a bar. More>>

Residents Remember Ft. Yates Woman Found Deceased Outside Her Home Video included

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Standing Rock Tribal Police and the FBI are investigating in Fort Yates after a woman was found dead outside of her apartment. More>>

Multiple people arrested for entering the country illegally

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Two brothers are arrested in Bismarck after entering the country illegally. More>>

Decorated soldier dies in kayaking accident

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A Williston man who died while kayaking on Lake Sakakawea was a decorated soldier who served two tours in Iraq. More>>

Airport Numbers Show Weakness

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For the state, only Bismarck's airport had growth in passenger boardings in March - up four percent. More>>

Music Camp Preps for 60th Year Video included

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More than 130,000 campers from 76 different countries have spent time learning about music and improving their abilities at the camp. More>>

MSU Hosts Annual Poetry Slam

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Area students could perform up to three poems and were scored on a scale from one to ten. More>>

Sergeant Boys is Officer of the Year

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Sgt. Boys says part of the reason he became an officer was to help initiate change. More>>

Student Spotlight - Powers Lake

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.Here are Cooper Folmer and Alexis Edwards; tied atop their graduating class. More>>

Prairie Pastor - Doubt

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Doubt does not put us outside of God's love - it puts right in the middle of what it means to believe. More>>

Revving Up Interest in Racing

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They brought in eight different cars for the community to check out before the races start this summer. More>>

New App Can Keep You Out of DOT Lines Video included

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The North Dakota Department of Transportation has released a free smartphone application that allows users to renew their vehicle registration. More>>

History Buffs Discuss Lincoln Assassination Video included

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This afternoon a group of history-buffs got together to chat about the past. More>>

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  • Federal Push for Highway 85 Improvements

    Federal Push for Highway 85 Improvements

    Saturday, April 25 2015 11:47 PM EDT2015-04-26 03:47:21 GMT
    North Dakota Senator John Hoeven says he met with Colonel Joel Cross of the Omaha District of the Corps this week.
    North Dakota Senator John Hoeven says he met with Colonel Joel Cross of the Omaha District of the Corps this week.
  • Area Children Audition for Summer Theater

    Area Children Audition for Summer Theater

    Saturday, April 25 2015 11:43 PM EDT2015-04-26 03:43:24 GMT
    'Annie' and 'The Music Man', will give ambitious young actors the opportunity to sing and dance for area theater-goers.
    'Annie' and 'The Music Man', will give ambitious young actors the opportunity to sing and dance for area theater-goers.
  • Student Froid

    Student Froid

    Saturday, April 25 2015 11:41 PM EDT2015-04-26 03:41:18 GMT
    Here is Jordan Smith, the top graduate at Froid High School
    Here is Jordan Smith, the top graduate at Froid High School
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