State of the art aquatics center shaping up in West Fargo

Work on Fargo aquatics center is making progress, the hope is it will be complete by Septemeber. Once complete, Aquatics Center Director Chad Day believes the facility will be able to attract both new swimmers, a wide user base, and new events to the City. It’s news in Minot because an aquatics center was previously

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Winnipeg: City Expected to Present YMCA Rec Center Deal Soon

The City of Winnipeg will soon present terms on an agreement with the local YW-YMCA to develop three recreation/leisure centers for the community. It’s a shared public-private development concept similar to what was proposed by the Park Board prior to last year’s MARC vote.

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West Fargo school officials get first look at aquatic center design

The community of West Fargo will be getting a new aquatic facility as part of a $98 million bond issue by the school district. The building will house a 10 lane Olympic-size competition pool and seating for more than 1,400 spectators.

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Mandan Says Yes to Parks and Recreation Facilities

The unofficial vote was 56% yes, 44% no. The vote approves a 0.75% sales tax that will be used to construct a $22 million rec center and sports complex. The facility will include two hockey rinks, a gymnastics facility, a new track and field and more.

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Jamestown’s Two Rivers Activity Center Tax Increase Approved

Jamestown voters approved a 1-perecent sales tax that will be used to fund the $28 million dollar Two Rivers Activity Center. The 172,000 square foot facility will have an aquatic center, walking path, basketball courts, and an indoor turf area.

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Groundbreaking Held for Watford City Event Center

Watford City is breaking ground on their $83 million event center. The project includes a hockey arena, turf areas, pools and water areas, a convention center and a 3,000-seat auditorium. The building is being financed by sales tax revenue.

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Williston Area Recreation Center Awarded ‘Tourism Attraction of the Year’

With more than 400,000 visits in the first year, the Williston Area Recreation Center has proven a remarkable success. That success was recognized last weekend at Governor Dalrymple’s Tourism Awards. Photo Courtesy of JLG Architects.

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Park Board: Radio City Renovation Approved, Lots of Other Business

It was a full agenda at last Wednesday’s Park Board meeting. Get the full rundown below. Radio City Park & Splash Pad Gets the Go Ahead Park Board members voted unanimously to move ahead with the ~$1.8 million renovation of Radio City Park in Southeast Minot. The plans include a splash pad similar to what’s

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