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With A Population Of 9, One Of The Tiniest Towns In North Dakota Has A Restaurant You Don’t Want To Pass Up

Have you ever heard of the town of Loraine? For many North Dakotans, probably not! The itty bitty town is located north of Minot and not too far from the Canadian border. As of the last census, there were only 9 people living there. Despite so few residents and the town containing only a handful […] The post With A Population Of 9, One Of The Tiniest Towns In North Dakota Has A Restaurant You Don’t Want To Pass Up appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Which North Dakota City May Be the Home of a 30,000 Square Foot Waterpark?

Which city may become a future waterpark destination in North Dakota?. Valley News Live reports that a survey has been sent out, asking people for their thoughts on the city getting a 30,000 square foot indoor/ outdoor waterpark! The report states that the survey was released this week and already has more than 4,000 responses in favor of a waterpark. But that is not all, the company that issued the survey is looking forward to creating a seven-building complex that features everything from garden sculptures to tubing and sledding.
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See Where North Dakota Falls As One Of The Best States To Live In?

It's no secret with us out here in BisMan that North Dakota is an awesome place to live. Let's just try and keep it hush-hush so we don't get a flood of people from out of state moving here. I wrote an article not too long ago about what people love the most about living in North Dakota - The most common answer was the cost of living. If you compare say gas prices or break it down to what houses go for out in ND to other states you'll see a huge difference.
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North Dakota couple preserves history at hometown cemetery

GRENORA, N.D. — What began as a fun way to pass time together has become so much more for a couple in this small town, tucked into the far northwest corner of North Dakota. Ron Laqua, 66, and Joanie Ledahl, 68, have spent around a year and a half compiling an online history of the people buried in the local cemetery.
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Boys State hosts former state senator, Fargo radio host

The 2021 Boys State program welcomed Joel Heitkamp, former Democratic-​NPL North Dakota state senator and current KFGO talk show host, to speak during the afternoon assembly Tuesday, June 15. Heitkamp gave a speech to the young delegates about the importance of informed opinions. Earlier that day, Heitkamp had broadcast his...
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Drought fueling wildfires in North Dakota

— North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring are hosting town hall meetings this week with farmers and ranchers to discuss the challenges created by extreme drought conditions. The U.S. Drought Monitor shows more than two-thirds of the state is in extreme and exceptional drought. — Some...
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(VIDEO) North Dakota Farmer Helps Baby Deer Cross the Road, Goes Viral on TikTok

North Dakota farmer goes viral for animal rescue video on TikTok!. On May 29, a Willow City, North Dakota farmer was driving down the road when he spotted two fawns in the ditch, near the blacktop. The farmer, who documents his North Dakota life on TikTok, decided to record the hours-old fawns as he helped them cross the road to catch up with their mother. As videos on TikTok do, Robert Albright's recorded rescue mission went viral!
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Active COVID-19 cases drop below 300 in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Department of Health confirmed eight new coronavirus cases on Monday, bringing the total positives since testing began to more than 110,440. The number of currently active COVID-19 cases in North Dakota stands at 286 as of June 13, down 17 cases from the...
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See What Are Wealthiest Cities In North Dakota? (GALLERY)

North Dakota used to have more millionaires per capita than any other state back around 2014, and has since fallen off to number 23 according to Statista. Still the Rough Rider State filled with oil and rich farmland, has some pretty wealthy residents. Unfortunately, for me, I'm not one of them. Not a lot of millionaire radio announcers running around North Dakota or the rest of the country for that matter.

Gov. Burgum addresses state agricultural leaders on severe drought conditions

NORTH DAKOTA (KVRR) — North Dakota’s severe drought conditions are causing hardships in the agriculture industry. “Our two worst years were 1980 and 1988. It just never rained. We’ve had a little more rain on our farm than those two years, but I can equate this year to that,” Kevin Skunes from the North Dakota Corn Growers Association said.
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(GALLERY) Best Pop Concerts to Ever Come to North Dakota

Today, there was a big North Dakota concert announcement - Sara Evans is coming to West Fargo in September! I grew up on Country Music, so I am honestly ecstatic that one of my preteen favorite artists is coming. However, I know I am not the only person who thinks that North Dakota needs concerts that appeal to younger people.
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The North Dakota State Railroad Museum Is The Perfect Summer Destination For A Family Day Trip

The railroad is a very important part of North Dakota history. Many of the small towns scattered across the state were established by railroads going through to service the trains as they made their way west. With such significance in the formation of the state, you shouldn’t be surprised to know that there are quite […] The post The North Dakota State Railroad Museum Is The Perfect Summer Destination For A Family Day Trip appeared first on Only In Your State.
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North Dakota's pandemic death toll rises again; Burleigh County's total increases

North Dakota health officials have confirmed coronavirus-related deaths on consecutive days for the first time in three weeks, and Burleigh County's death toll has increased. The new death reflected on the state Health Department's COVID-19 dashboard on Wednesday brings North Dakota's pandemic total to 1,522. A new death also was documented Tuesday. But virus-related deaths have slowed dramatically from the peak last November of 500. Only 10 have been confirmed in all of June.