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Holidays

Grand Forks City Council passes resolution renaming Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day


Acreage report shows millions of acres unplanted, more chaos into market


Minot Marks Memorial Day


Senior St. Paddy's Day Pub Crawl


Two Williston non-profits share the love for Giving Hearts Day


Giving Hearts Day 2019 at state Capitol


Lasting love told by couples in Minot


Minot 2018 Year in Review


'Noon' Year's Eve in Minot got the new year started for kids


Fireworks retailers open to help start the New Year with a bang


Family wears matching pajamas to come together with distant relatives


Decorating for the holidays at the state penitentiary


History of the capitol tree display


Knitting for newborns


New Leipzig community gathers for Old Fashion Country Christmas


State Penitentiary inmates make toys in time for the holidays


Homesteaders restaurant helping fuel the holidays


Santa tracker will still run despite government shutdown


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Ditch the switch? Call to go on permanent daylight saving time grows

Changing our clocks twice a year can be confusing — and it might also kill us, studies show. Now activists and some lawmakers are trying to do away with the "antiquated practice."