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North Dakota: Where the vastness of our skies inspire the strong and intimidate the weak

By Katy Kassian

Almost Heaven, North Dakota
Rolling prairies,
Mighty Missouri River
Life is old here…Older than
the trees (really)
Younger than the rivers, flowing like a dream

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Are our Small Towns and Communities Killing Themselves?

Stock photo of Hazen

By Katy Kassian

Often, I think so. So many of our towns now lie quiet and on the brink of extinction. Others have become noth­ing more than bedroom communities. Places people go to sleep, while they seek shopping and entertainment else­where.

“A town or city is a geographical expression of an economic reality.”

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Regan to celebrate their Centennial in July

By Katy Kassian

The Regan School back in it’s hay day.

Where in the world is Re­gan? To those that live there – it is home. To the many sportsmen who hunt and fish there – it is God’s Country. To the traveler – it is but a quirky stop along the way.

Regan is 35 miles from Bismarck (Hwy 83 north to Wilton then east on Hwy 36 for twelve miles).

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You’ll melt for this malt

By Katy Kassian

Take a little ‘me time’, and head on over to Ye Olde Malt Shoppe in Garrison.

Though you won’t see The Fonz, it’s like tak­ing a trip back in time to when service and taste is what you got without asking.

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