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GRAND FORKS, ND — As medical marijuana inches its way onto the market in North Dakota, city leaders in Grand Forks have to pick a place for you to get your pot. It’s on South Washington where city leaders say a marijuana dispensary could soon be installed but for some users it's the wrong spot for a pot shop. Medical marijuana could soon be in the hands of some North Dakotans.
GRAND FORKS, ND — A million dollar light project could soon light up streets in Grand Forks. It's all part of a push to build the local economy using art. Outside the Alerus Center on 42nd Street is where some unique lights could soon be installed. it's all part of a project by the public arts commission to change the face of streets in Grand Forks.
LANCASTER, Minn.—Drivers coming home from Canada may have to take a major detour, as the feds want to make changes to local ports of entry. The Lancaster Crossing in Northern Minnesota is currently open until 10 p.m. — but Customs and Border Protection is considering closing earlier at 4 p.m. instead. It’s not just at the Lancaster Crossing—Roseau is also set to reduce available crossing time by 4 hours each day.
FORT TOTTEN, N.D.—One local reservation could soon allow alcohol, but it could take a ballot referendum vote. The Spirit Lake Reservation is a dry reservation—no alcohol is allowed—but some tribe members are asking for those living on the reservation to sign a petition allowing for the sale of hard liquor, beer, and wine at the casino during special events, concerts, and in one of the restaurants.