1. In 1919, the grand opening of the State Capitol building in Bismarck took place on September 25. It was attended by over 50,000 people and was considered a significant event in the history of North Dakota.
2. On September 25, 1992, the North Dakota Fighting Sioux football team defeated the Montana Grizzlies in a historic match-up. The game was played at Memorial Stadium in Grand Forks and ended in a thrilling 25-24 victory for the Fighting Sioux.
3. The first recorded bank robbery in North Dakota occurred on September 25, 1893. The robbery took place in the small town of Berlin, and although the culprits were never apprehended, it set a precedent for future bank heists in the state.
4. In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt arrived in Fargo on September 25 to deliver a speech at the North Dakota Agricultural College. His visit was a major event for the state, and he gave one of his famous speeches on the importance of conservation and environmentalism.
5. September 25, 1974 marked the date of the opening of the Fargo Theatre in downtown Fargo. Originally constructed in 1926, the theatre underwent extensive renovations and remains a beloved cultural institution in the city to this day.
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