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Latest Trends & Hottest Items at Fargo Ice Fishing Show

Fargo, ND — The Fargo Ice Fishing Show gets underway this afternoon at the Scheel’s Arena in Fargo. You’ll find the latest and greatest in the ice fishing industry on display and up for sale throughout the entire arena. Michael Olson, promoter of the show, says the most popular items at this year’s show will…
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December 9, 2022 0

Ada Lions Hosting Blood Drive

Ada, MN — The Ada Lions will be hosting their annual December Blood Drive next Tuesday, December 13th at the Ada Events Center and now more than ever your blood donation is needed. Blood donations have been in short supply since the pandemic and this time of year is when they are usually at their…
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December 9, 2022 0

Santa Day & 25 Cent Store this Saturday in Hendrum

Hendrum, MN — Immanuel Lutheran Church in Hendrum will be hosting their annual 25 Cent Store this Saturday, December 10th. Youth will get an opportunity to do some shopping for someone special from 9am until 10am and then the store opens up for all shoppers at 10am. Becky Harrington of Immanuel Lutheran says the idea…
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December 9, 2022 0

Caroling Road Trip with A New Journey Lutheran Parish

Gary, MN — Hop on the “Praise Bus” for a Caroling Roadtrip this Sunday, December 11th with A New Journey Parish. A New Journey Lutheran Parish, which includes the congregations of Gary Lutheran, Ness & Sundal Lutheran in Gary, Immanuel Lutheran in Bejou, and Our Savior’s Lutheran in McIntosh, invites community members to hop on…
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December 9, 2022 0

Hillsboro School Board Sets Date for Debt Limit Election

Hillsboro, ND — The Hillsboro School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Thursday morning, December 8th. At the meeting, the board set a date of March 28th for their upcoming election to increase their debt limit. Hillsboro Superintendent Paula Suda says this isn’t a bond vote, but it is necessary for this vote to…
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December 9, 2022 0

Traill County Community Giving

HILLSBORO, ND—Traill County is nearing the deadline for its annual Community Giving Project.  Beth Morrow with the Aggasiz Valley Human Service Zone says there are many people on their list this year. Morrow was asked if there are more people seeking help this year. Here is what the Community Giving Project would like you to…
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December 8, 2022 0

Red Lake Falls music teacher wins state award

RED LAKE FALLS, MN—A Red Lake Falls music teacher has been recognized for her work.  Jennifer Wieland recently received the National Federation of State High School Association’s Outstanding State Music Educator Award for Minnesota.  It’s an honor Wieland wasn’t expecting. Wieland tells us why she loves teaching music. Wieland’s work with her students has also…
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December 8, 2022 0

Ada-Borup-West 12 Days of Christmas

Ada, MN — We’re down to less than 12 School days before Christmas! The Ada-Borup-West School District kicked off their 12 days of Christmas on Wednesday, which will feature many festive activities, dress up days, and more to bring holiday cheer to students and faculty, according to Ada-Borup-West High School Principal Josh Carlson. Each day…
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December 8, 2022 0

Hillsboro City Commission News & Notes from December 5th Meeting

Hillsboro, ND — The Hillsboro City Commission held their first monthly meeting on Monday night, December 5th at the Main Street Community Center. The 2023 budget was a big focus of their discussions, which they look to finalize at their next meeting. Hillsboro City Commission President Levi Reese says he doesn’t expect the commission to…
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December 8, 2022 0

Minnesota Secretary of State Makes Stop in Ada

Ada, MN — Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon made a stop in Ada on Wednesday afternoon as part of his goal of visiting with community members in all of Minnesota’s 87 counties. Simon says the objective of his visits is to get boots on the ground and learn from those outside of the capital.…
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December 8, 2022 0