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Pioneer Village seeks to move

August 24, 2013

Members of the Ward County Historical Society and various community leaders discussed on Thursday possible options for moving the Pioneer Village museum, either on the fairgrounds or to other......

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muleskinner

Aug-25-13 4:46 PM

The new state fair center should be built out of the flood plain on the high ground in the northeast corner of the fair grounds. All of the hills that added for a scenic town are being leveled for business development, the state fair board can come to their senses and build a new state fair center out of the flood plain, modern site preparation for construction is non-pareil these days. Also, reserve an entire level of the 4 story structure for the Pioneer Village Museum to house and archive artifacts and the history of Ward County. A Ward County Historical Society office could be located at the new state fair center. It's a win win for everybody and the state fair board can go fly a kite.

Pride goeth before fall. If you don't bend, eventually you break. The State Fair Board. When you think of the Good Samaritan, there is no photo of any state fair board member.

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SayWhat

Aug-25-13 1:28 AM

I like the headline "Pioneer Village seeks to move"... no, the fair board is seeking to have them moved. he Ward county historical society is seeking to stay where they are. And I think they should stay where they are, it adds to the ND State Fair by giving people one more thing to do at the fair.

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Nancy1

Aug-24-13 11:01 AM

I was wondering the same thing. All of those buildings play an important role at the State Fair.

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FrankG

Aug-24-13 8:39 AM

No mention has been made of relocating the exposition and dairy barns, Jaycees Building and 4-H Building. What is to become of these activities and organizations?

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