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Finding a long-term solution

February 20, 2013

The longterm future of the Ward County Historical Museum remains uncertain, but at least everyone involved has a somewhat better idea of the North Dakota State Fair Board’s vision for using its......

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Feb-21-13 9:46 AM

lorexxx that is what you call progress. If you dwell in the past you don't last! They are called a museum for a reason, for old dinasours like you to go and "walk down memory lane!" It doesn't belong at the ND STATE FAIR!

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Feb-20-13 11:03 AM

Move the historical museum out to the air museum and combine the two.

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Feb-20-13 10:22 AM

The historical village is very historical.....and a waste of space. Who goes there??

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Feb-20-13 9:27 AM

Those promoting a convention center to be located on the fairgrounds in the flood plain have a screw loose.

The long-term solution is to terminate the employment of those promoting such foolishness.

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Feb-20-13 9:16 AM

The plans the fair has include building where the FFA and other agricultural buildings are now. Does the fair even have approval or the funds for this or is it just on a wish list? From what I understand the fair and the historical society had a wonderful working relationship dating back to the early 1950's..

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Feb-20-13 7:54 AM

Long-term solution is don't build in a flood plain.

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