A Christmas Star Will Light Up The North Dakota Sky For The First Time In Centuries

2020 has been quite the year, to put it lightly. With a constant bombardment of news all year long, often stressful and frustrating, the holidays seem like a welcome escape for a bit of cheer instead. Luckily, there is a bit of news that should brighten your dark skies – quite literally, actually – and that’s the Christmas Star over North Dakota. This year, for the first time in centuries, a special thing will happen in the night sky on the winter solstice. Be ready to look outside that night and see it!

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Hopefully, the weather will be clear on the winter solstice and we can all enjoy this special bit of Christmas cheer!

What are your plans for the holidays? It may be a little different this year, but we can all still appreciate what makes Christmas in North Dakota great with our families at home.

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