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Kickball for Kids helps raise money for NICU


Conquer the Course opens to community


Community marches to fight Alzheimer's


Dickinson ranked 6th best city to live in, wants to improve


North Dakota Applebee's host Tip a Cop to benefit Special Olympics


Mural revealed after almost 2 months of work


Crosby moves forward with new daycare


Dickinson residents win Hero medals


Land purchase extends lifetime of City of Minot landfill more than 60 years


101-year-old sister still setting an example for others


Pop-up Pathway connects downtown Bismarck to Missouri River parks, trails


Dickinson ranks 6th in best places to live in the country


Cara Mund, new Miss America, attended Century High with Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Carson Wentz


Annie's House help people with disabilities learn to participate in outdoor activities


CDHS raises more than $15,000 at Shaggy Shuffle


Runners flock to Bismarck for the Bismarck Marathon


Magic Day of Giving rakes in more than three thousand volunteers


Downtowners Street Fair begins despite cold weather


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