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CHRISTMAS

In his "Urbi et Orbi" (to the city and the world) message, he called on individuals and world leaders to talk to each other rather than dig in their heels.
"Minding Our Elders" columnist Carol Bradley Bursack says traditions might change after losing loved ones, but joy and good memories are still possible during the holidays.
FlightAware said Delta Air Lines Inc. cut 278 flights. JetBlue Airways Corp. chopped 72 flights, or 7% of its Friday schedule, according to the website.
Partnering with United Way of Dickinson, the Bad Pennies R.C. helped deliver Christmas meals and presents to a list of those in need this holiday season.

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JP FrameShop & Western Edge Gallery celebrating its 37th Christmas in downtown Dickinson.
It's the season of giving in Dickinson.
This weekend, Aspen Chic Designs in Killdeer will host a toy drive with a special meet and greet featuring Miss Rodeo North Dakota 2022.
A look at what's happening in downtown Dickinson and at the Prairie Hills Mall on Dec. 18, with the Santa, S'mores and Bedtime Snores and Vintage Christmas Parade of Lights — the first partnership between Prairie Hills Mall and Downtown Dickinson Association.
Last week, a group of third graders from Killdeer Public School, who are enrolled in the AAA School Safety Patrol program, shopped with deputies from the Dunn County Sheriff's Office to help provide gifts to 30 children who are less fortunate.
As a way to spread holiday cheer and help put presents under the tree for families less fortunate, the West River Lodge #5 Fraternal Order of Police hosted its annual Shop with a Cop this week.

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From classical beats to holiday favorites, the Dickinson City Band took the stage with much excitement after two years of no performances.
Taking the stage for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Dickinson City Band will entertain the Dickinson community this Sunday for its Winter Concert.
For its 34th year, The Dickinson Press is opening its Christmas Storybook contest and is looking for authors young and old to share their favorite Christmas memories in a submitted story for publication.

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