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by: Stephanie Flyger

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Music remains vital part of high school education

Kristjana Dogan Reporting

The U.S. Department of Education requires no more than 40 percent of coursework in the arts in secondary schools. Some schools and teachers emphasize the importance of arts for students.

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Hackysack helps university students relieve stress

Zack Worthy reporting

Typical meetings take place in a room with chairs and tables. But in one organization the meetings are run a bit differently.

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Airbrush artist shares his talent

Eirik Nilssen Bratli reporting

Spray paint and graffiti art is usually found on abandoned buildings and boxcars. We met a man who sprays his art on just about anything.

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Interview with Competitive Bodybuilder Eric Hagen

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Competitive bodybuilder Eric Hagen talks about his training and getting on the stage.

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Delayed spring means delayed mosquito season

Joe Heiden reporting

As warmer weather finally starts to show, so do the thoughts of swatting bugs. However, the delayed spring has been a benefit to controlling the mosquito population.

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Alumni stories

It was just a normal work week for the employees at KXMB (CBS Affiliate in Bismarck, North Dakota), preparing for the Saturday newscast. Amber Schatz (KXMB anchor and Studio One alumna) and the weekend crew were informed there would be a special guest anchor for the show.

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Catch up on the latest news with Averi Haugesag, Katy Wilson and Timm Uhlmann. This week features the role of music in high school education, this summer's mosquito season forecast, and an interview with a competitive bodybuilder.


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