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Governor Burgum joins other elected officials in breaking ground for new FM Area Diversion Project

(Fargo, ND) -- Ground breaking happened in Argusville Tuesday for what is expected to be the most ambitious infrastructure project ever in the region. "With the protection for the entire metro area it's going to save tens of millions of dollars annually because of all these family members are going to have like a giant insurance break," said North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum.
ARGUSVILLE, ND
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State leaders break ground stormwater channel for F-M Diversion

ARGUSVILLE, N.D. (KVRR) — North Dakota and Minnesota leaders come to Argusville to break ground on the stormwater channel for the FM Diversion. The diversion channel will route water around the Fargo-Moorhead metro area during major flood events with some help from the Army Corps of Engineers. “The Army...
FARGO, ND
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DNR to host public meeting on CWD in Climax area Aug. 22

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is inviting hunters and anyone interested in deer to a public information meeting to discuss chronic wasting disease in the Climax area of northwestern Minnesota (deer permit area 661, formerly DPA 261). The meeting is 6-8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22, in the Bede Ballroom...
CLIMAX, MN
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North Dakotan Tickles The Ebony & Ivory On America’s Got Talent

David Snyder, according to an article in the Grand Forks Herald grew up on a hobby farm between Grand Forks and Thompson, North Dakota. The pianist performed a pop song that he composed to a standing ovation from the America's Got Talent crowd. He received three yes's from all of the judges, and is moving on to the next round on the reality competition show.
GRAND FORKS, ND
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Athletic team camps, much-anticipated events highlight fall excitement

Athletic team camps, much-anticipated events highlight fall excitement. The fall semester and all the excitement that surrounds it is fast-approaching! Comet Football players and staff reported to campus for pre-season camp on Aug. 1. Comet Volleyball players and coaches report to campus on Aug. 6. Before we know it, the campus will be buzzing with the return of all students, faculty, and staff. Classes begin August 22.
MAYVILLE, ND
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