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Spinners and live bait rigs, of course, are essential tackle in any walleye angler’s open-water fishing arsenal.
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The route follows the historic trek of Eric Sevareid and Walter Port that was documented in a novel titled “Canoeing with the Cree."
Hillsboro Public Schools has a new student. Sort of. The school's ag program's small animal care class is teaching Maura, a 4-month-old golden retriever, to be a therapy dog.
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Check out a 20-minute video interview with Veeder, during which she performs two original songs.

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In his kitchen in his Grand Forks apartment, Hayden Haas creates videos to educate and to inspire people to try new things
Jonathan Franklin was shocked when he discovered that parents of five students in a group of high school students in Harvey, North Dakota, had died by suicide. He and his wife, Nicole, decided to do something.
The Beehive Cafe of Reynolds is a gathering spot for residents of the community.
An equestrian statue of Theodore Roosevelt that has been displayed outside the American Museum of Natural History in New York City has been criticized as a racist symbol. Under an agreement, the statue will move to Medora, North Dakota, where it will be displayed with guidance from American Indians, African Americans, historians, scholars and artists as part of the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library.
I thought last night's aurora was spectacular. Then I woke up to my lawn.
In today's "Growing Together" column, Don Kinzler interviews Dexter Perkins about his Grand Forks yard that he converted into a natural prairie-type landscape.

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Former Miss World America Audra Mari visits Backroads Steakhouse.
Former Miss World America Audra Mari learns about Alexandria's Legacy of the Lakes Museum, the history behind locally made boats, ice fishing, swimsuits and more.
"Did You Know That" columnist curt Eriksmoen writes this week about Alexander Griggs, who is often referred to as the "Father of Grand Forks."

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