Fargo’s Downtown rink becoming popular site for lunch-time hockey

Lunch hours these days, downtown Fargo is alive with the sound of hockey. It’s not a complicated affair; it’s taking place with light equipment, no nets, and in the style of an old-fashioned pick-up game. It may not be a ‘field’ of dreams, but Fargo is proving that if you build it, they will come.

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2023 Governor Awards For The Arts Selected

Gov. Burgum has selected the recipients of the 2023 Governor’s Awards for the Arts. Individual Cultural Heritage: Bill Lowman, Sentinal Butte, Nonprofit Arts Organization: Empire Arts Center, Grand Forks Individual Achievement: Pieper Fleck Bloomquist, Grand Forks Champion for the Arts: former state Sen. Joan Heckaman, Dickinson For-Profit Arts Organization: Makoché Recording Studios, Bismarck Arts in

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Minneapolis artists getting attention with their immersive art in Detroit Lakes

If you saw a caveman in a block of ice sitting on the corner of the road, it would probably get your attention right? And what if it was sitting little ways down a trail, would it get you to go for a walk to see it? If you’re going through Detroit Lakes anytime soon,

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Do you know the difference between a street, a road, and a stroad? Hint: it’s the reason your taxes are high

Do you know the difference between a street and a road? A street is a part of an ecosystem for building community wealth and prosperity. A road connection between places. A stroad is a mash-up of the two ideas that fails in both areas. This idea — the differences between streets and roads, comes from

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Regional Kombucha companies using locally grown fruits for flavoring (and where to try it in Minot)

The market for hyper-local food isn’t filling our grocery stores, yet, but it is creating small niches for creative businesses. Agweek has the full story on an emerging market for kombucha — a fermented tea drink. The exciting part is the demand is producing some small-scale economic vertical integration (local sourcing and production); it’s a

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Wildrose transit bus painted with holiday cheer

How do you get creative, talented kids involved in their community? Give them a canvas, some paint, and little recognition. In Wildrose, that canvas just happened to be a bus. Get the full story on the little things that make people proud from the Williston Herald.

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Another riverwalk master plan promises to breathe life into a city center

These stories are becoming pretty common. Communities across the continent are recognizing their past mistakes and current opportunities and revitalizing their riverfronts. The question in Minot is will we follow this sound thinking, or will we be left behind? Check out the full Riverwalk concept from Brampton, Ontario below. Get the full story from local

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