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Dinosaur fossils recovered from Morton County


Minot mosquito spray Tuesday evening


North Dakota avoiding national trend of record bee colony losses


Proposed bill could solve infrastructure problems at National Parks


River patrols encourage boater safety this summer


Blue-green algae situation at Harmon Lake continues to be monitored


Tick season concerns in ND


Zebra Mussels found in Lake Ashtabula


Pheasant numbers increasing ND


Game and Fish looking for pictures for Watchable Wildlife Photo Contest


Minot Park District prepares for spring fun


Cross Country Skiing in the Magic City


Winter activities in and around the Magic City


Outdoor skating rinks beginning to fill up


Students learn about hands-only CPR


Minot Park District pushes for an 'Unplug and Play' summer


Summer watercraft safety tips


State Park tourists numbers are expected to grow


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