MINOT, N.D.- We start in Bottineau for Wednesday's County by County.
Dakota College at Bottineau recently released an official headcount of students enrolled in spring semester.
You will find 903 students roaming the campus this spring. The college says that is 41 more students than last year. The past record for enrollment was 882 in the spring of 2018.
We reported a few weeks ago on Dakota College at Bottineau's new scholarship, the Hometown Career Scholarship aimed at supporting workforce needs in north central North Dakota.
New students from Bottineau, Renville, McHenry, Pierce, and Rolette Counties are eligible to apply for the $2,500 scholarship.
Traveling to Pierce County now, $400,000 was award by the State Historical Society in Cultural Heritage Grants.
The Geographical Center Historical Society in Rugby was one of the 22 recipients awarded the grant.
They received $14,137 for the restoration of Old Main at the Prairie Village Museum.
Thursday is Giving Hearts Day.
Throughout North Dakota and parts of western Minnesota, 475 charities are provided a 24 hour platform for community members to donate to their missions. There are 16 Minot non-profits participating alone.
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. Thursday morning, you can go to GivingHeartsDay.org to search and donate to different organizations.