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Campgrounds across the state say they're almost entirely booked for Labor Day weekend, the unofficial end of summer travel season. Even so, the private campground industry, which saw nationwide growth to meet a surge in demand during the pandemic, is concerned that the re-introduction of more travel choices could mean a precipitous drop in profits. That worry was a driving force behind opposition to an expansion of Custer State Park this past legislative session.
A summer trip offered a much greater appreciation of the vastness of God’s creation on earth, while also putting things into perspective.
With transportation and other necessities costing households more, total visitors to the state in May were 7% below the same time last year. Various attractions around the state say they're noticing the drop.
History columnist Curt Eriksmoen continues the story of the Lewis and Clark expedition and the Corps of Discovery.
"Minding Our Elders" columnist Carol Bradley Bursack says the caregiver to a father with Alzheimer's has more than earned this time away, but their conflicted feelings are understandable.
Current estimates show that less than 2% of all planned flight departures from within North Dakota were cancelled in June, according to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission.

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Sen. John Hoeven recently announced that the Theodore Roosevelt Dickinson Regional Airport will receive a grant for approximately $1.7 million to procure new snow removal equipment and conduct a commercial terminal study.

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