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Gary Greff wants to erect an enormous spider web propped up by prairie wildflowers as the next addition to his “Enchanted Highway” collection of giant sculptures in western North Dakota. Special to The Forum.
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Customers enjoy food from a truck parked at the Summer Nights on Main concert series on Thursday, July 23, 2015, in Williston, N.D. Ordinarily, food carts like these are prohibited in Williston. Hans Peter / Williston Herald (MUST CREDIT WILLISTON HERALD)
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Preparing for his initial ascent in October 1965, Nick Piantadina sits in his gondola in a New Brighton airfield while technicians make last-minute adjustments. The gondola is now displayed at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum. (Robert W. Kelley/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)
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Small artifacts that were discovered during a three-week archaeological dig on the former Ponderosa Golf Course in Glyndon wait to be packaged in small clear envelopes for further study.
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