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“There are no words to describe our sadness at the passing of Christine McVie,” Fleetwood Mac said in a statement. “She was truly one-of-a-kind, special and talented beyond measure."
In its sixth year, the Medora Christmas show is scheduled to have 24 shows in 22 communities this December. On Friday, Dec. 2, the show comes to Grand Forks with two shows at the Empire Arts Center at 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The organizers of Tuesday Night Lights earned a Healthy, Vibrant Community Award from Gov. Doug Burgum.
After several months of rehearsing Trinity theater students will perform this audience favorite. It features hilarious scenes with witty dialogue, fantastic music and energetic choreography.

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The Sports Lounge in Dickinson seeks to bring the baseball and softball to the Western Edge year-round, as well bouncy fun for the little ones.
“The Christian aspect of it, you know, is front and center,” Julie Opdahl said. “It's a wonderful way to bring in the holiday season.”
The former “Tonight Show” host is being treated at the Grossman Burn Center following the incident in Los Angeles that injured the left side of his face, TMZ reported Monday.
Concert is part of the singer's Summer Carnival tour.
MEDORA, N.D. — A Very Merry Badlands Christmas is celebrating the Christmas season with Medora Musical stars of the past and present, bringing you some of the season’s very best music in the heart of downtown Medora.
Police have not offered a motive for the shooting, but various media reports said the gunplay had been spurred by a dispute over a game of dice.

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It's a rare occurrence, but sitting U.S. presidents have visited Grand Forks, seeking support and spreading their messages to local audiences
Lewis filled his albums not only with ground-breaking rock but with gospel, country and rhythm and blues such as "Me and Bobby McGee" and "To Make Love Sweeter for You" as he endured a life often filled with alcohol, drugs and tragedy.
DICKINSON — A local non-profit organization continues their fundraising efforts aimed at seeing their dream, of having an art museum and interactive children’s science exhibit in Dickinson, become a reality. The group, Southwest Art Gallery & Science Center, will host an auction dinner at the Dickinson Eagles Club on Nov. 18.

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