Nice news of the day – November 21, 2019

Did you know Lakota Public Schools was one of 10 organizations nationwide to receive a $5,000 donation from Bayer Cereal Experts Grain for Good to support educational opportunities in the state?

And did you know today’s news is about an acre of artists, a high-flying baby, and a cross-country hot rod?  Read on.

The 3rd graders at Valley City Public Schools turned wheat fields into art to honor area farmers. (Valley City Times-Record)

North Dakotans are nothing if not resourceful.  The Dakota Territory Air Museum now has a display on the more unique ways airplanes have been used around the state.  And the story is a cute read so I don’t want to give anything away, but let’s just say that when Patricia Reinert was born her dad wasn’t there because there wasn’t enough room. (Minot Daily News)

You often hear after a death people stop to take stock of what really matters – which almost always turns out to be time with friends and family.  Which is why James SanGrait (of Park River) and Brad Kuntz (of Grand Forks) drove a 1955 Chevy Gasser over 2,000 miles to a hot rod show. (Fargo Forum)

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