County by County, Feb. 18, 2020

Published: Feb. 18, 2020 at 6:55 PM CST
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In Tuesday's County by County we begin with a story for all counties.

In winter months here in North Dakota, many people tend to travel to catch a break from the cold.

This year, state officials say passenger boardings at the eight commercial airports were up nearly 12 percent this January, compared to January of last year.

Reports show nearly 100,300 people boarded planes during January with all but Grand Forks showing an increase in boarding's.

In Ward County, a Minot State degree was recently named one of the best in the nation.

According to Great Value Colleges, MSU's Bachelor of Science in Addiction Studies was named number 16 in the country.

A four-year addiction studies degree can only be found at MSU in all of North Dakota.

Great Value Colleges says the degree is one the 23 most affordable Bachelor's in Addiction Studies for 2020.

Over in Renville County, if you struggle with keeping houseplants alive, we've got the course for you.

It's called Plant Parenting 101, and it's at the Flower House Garden Center in Mohall (9243 38th Ave. NW Mohall, ND 58761).

Get all the tips and tricks on how you can keep your house plants alive all winter long.

Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. you can learn about caring for plants, and leave with a little houseplant of your own.

Registration is $40. If this is something you are interested in, you can call 701-756-6441 or visit the link attached to the right side of the story.

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