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The program's goal is to "support rural community development at the intersection of arts and culture, downtown revitalization, and historic preservation," according to a news release from the North Dakota Department of Commerce.
The country trio announced that it is postponing its tour that included stops in Minot and Fargo as singer and guitarist Charles Kelley focuses on a "journey to sobriety."
While everyone else is devouring "Stranger Things" subreddits on whether beloved metalhead Eddie will come back from the dead, columnist Tammy Swift admits she's busy admiring all the '80s details — from protagonist Eleven’s floral thermal undershirt to Steve Harrington's Andre Agassi-inspired 'do.
A group of local volunteers and philanthropists are working together on a plan to create the Southwest Art Gallery and Science Center which they say will enable those with a love of art and science to have a place where they can share their creativity while discovering new ways of experiencing the world around them.

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Dickinson State University and the Theodore Roosevelt Center will host the 17th annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium in mid-September. Topics of discussion will include Roosevelt's incredibly active lifestyle, physical fitness and changing culture in the Progressive Era.
Trailblazing journalist Muriel Babcock started her journalism career selling Saturday Evening Posts as a child in Wahpeton, North Dakota, and she'd end it being one of the most powerful editors in the business.
The 2022 Emmys, which will air on Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. on CBS and Paramount+.
Wine bar, Medora Uncork’d, features local music every Thursday night throughout the summer. We stopped by Thursday to listen to alternative country artist Kyle Wells, of southwest North Dakota, as well as speak to one of the wine bar co-owners on what they have in store for the rest of summer.
Several family members traveled to Texas last month to take part in filming of the popular crowdfunded show that depicts stories from the Bible.
Carolyn Hagen Lardy, of Dickinson, recently won an award for her outstanding literary work, writing a young adult novel based on her mother's trials and tribulations on the Western Edge that took place roughly a century ago.

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Curt Eriksmoen's "Did You Know That" column shares the story of Gene Holter, who grew up in Jamestown and went on to train animals that frequently appeared in TV shows and movies.
Gradience, who features a Dickinson native, will perform at the Dickinson Parks and Recreation’s Summer Bandshell Concert Series on July 5. More about the band, their journey and the Summer Bandshell Concert Series.

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