Living the Pioneer Experience on the 49th Annual Wagon Train

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Over 100 participants got a glimpse into the pioneer life during the 49th Annual Fort Seward Wagon Train this week. The annual wagon train has been touted as one of the most authentic experiences in North America. Those who ride along are able to experience what life was like on...
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Historic 1883 Stutsman County Courthouse Host to New Concert Series

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – When it was built in 1883, the historic Stutsman County Courthouse was intended to be North Dakota’s capitol. Now, after many renovations and refurbishments, it provides a great historic visit and concert venue. On Saturday, June 23rd, the courthouse hosted their first ever concert in their “Concerts in the Courthouse”...
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2018 Birding Drives Dakota Pictures & Turnout

CARRINGTON, N.D. ( – For 4 days, open prairie and wetland in North Dakota were filled with avid birdwatchers from all over. Carrington Chamber Executive Director Laurie Dietz says the festival brings watchers from California, New Mexico, Washington, Ohio, Kentucky, and the Carolinas from June 13th through the 17th. “Our numbers were down as...
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86th Annual Foster County Fair Pictures

CARRINGTON, N.D.  (  The 86th Annual Foster County Fair kicked off in Carrington on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018. Here are some pics of the opening day.
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North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame Highlights From Medora

MEDORA, N.D. ( – Seven people, one ranch and a bull called “Top Hand” from Aber Rodeo are now in the ND Cowboy Hall of Fame. Larry Sandvick was induced into the Modern-era rodeo category on Saturday. He grew up in Killdeer, ND. He said hard work pays off when there are those who...
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35th Annual Rally in The Valley Parade

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( The 35th Annual Rally in The Valley kicked off Saturday morning with the Bill Jansen Road Race/Walk. Once that wrapped up, people lined Central Ave for the parade. Below is video from the KOVC-AM livestream of the parade. Below are some photos and video from up and down the streets during...
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Hundreds Come Out to 24th Annual Jamestown Kite Festival

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Hundreds of kite flyers, both amateur and professional, were at Medinger Park in Jamestown for one of the largest kite festivals in the Midwest. The “Wings on Strings” kite club in Jamestown put together the first ever kite festival 24 years ago, which has now grown to be a staple...
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Classic Rods and Hogs Line Main Street Jamestown Saturday

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Motorcycles, hot rods, classic cars and more lined a portion of Main Street Jamestown Saturday afternoon. The Jamestown Downtown Association’s 3rd Annual Rods, Hogs & Things That Go VROOM invited car and motor enthusiasts to bring their prized possession and appreciate other collectors restoration work and tricked out rides. Several...
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