Don't let its size fool you, there is a lot going on in Forbes, ND. For some more great photos of Forbes, check out the Ghost of North Dakota page. Go Hi-Liners!!
A big turnout for a town of 41 and a lot of help from residents and the Clearwater County Historical Society with photos.
Gwinner defeated Fertile to win Town of the Week. Go Bobcats!!
Some late information that came in after the broadcast. Wolverton was named after a civil war surgeon, William Dilts Wolverton. He served for a time at Ft. Abercrombie and acquired land in the area from other soldiers that had received…
St. Hilaire got over 2000 votes to win Town of the Week. Check out the Pennington County Historical Society for more great photos.
Go Rockets and Phantoms!!!
With a transmitter in Pembina, ND, much of southern Manitoba is in the KVRR viewing area and is eligible for Town of the Week. Emerson is the first town in Canada to win.
It's one of the oldest settlements in the Red River Valley and it's our Town of the Week.
This is the second time Casselton has been Town of the Week. The first time was before we even did voting. They were able to get enough votes this time to defeat Horace 1426 to 1312. Go Squirrels!! [gtxvideo vid="Sg7sEzYQ"…
Grafton spoiled Dilworth's chances of winning Town of the Week in true spoiler fashion.
Stephen logged the second highest vote total so far this season on the way to defeating Lakota.
The tiny town of just 69 people turned out big with over 1500 votes. Go Panthers!!