Congratulations to 17-year-old Lauren Knoll of Fargo, who received the highest youth award given by the U.S. Congress!
And speaking of great people, today’s news is about a writer, a watermelon champion, and a whole lot of Ukrainians. Read on.
Did you know the 24th annual Rendezvous Region Music Fest starts on Friday in Langdon, and includes a firemen’s dinner, a Rod Run, a Christmas in July sale – and, of course, tons of music?
And did you know today’s news has beautiful blooms, a West African Crowned Crane, and Vets? Read on.
Did you know North Dakota has its own Renaissance Festival, and it kicks off this Saturday and goes through the end of August?
And did you know today’s news is about a mermaid motorcyclist, an important tree, and the story of the week? Read on.
Did you know that not one, but TWO North Dakota students got a perfect score on the ACT this year? Congratulations to Millicent Schwartz of Grand Forks and Seth Benson of West Fargo!
And speaking of awesome people, today’s news is about summer camp, FARRMing, and beautiful Hatton. Read on.
Did you know that the North Dakota Geological Survey sponsors digs throughout the summer – including one last weekend in the Sentinel Butte Formation – and you can sign up to participate? Apparently it’s pretty common to find a crocodile tooth or a turtle rib (which you don’t get to keep, but still very cool).
And I bet you knew that today’s news has the story of the week, right? Read on.
Did you know that a outreach exhibit from the North Dakota Museum of Art is traveling around North Dakota to showcase 100 year-old photography? You can see it now at The Spirit Room in Fargo.
And if you’re going to be in or around Mandan tomorrow, today’s news has something for you to do. Read on.
Did you know that the Minot Symphony Orchestra hosts an annual Secret Garden Tour, at which members of the orchestra play for visitors at seven beautiful private gardens – and this year’s event is July 10?
And did you know today’s news is about a big birthday party, a school district solution, and a redesignation? Read on.
Did you know that Adams County had a whopping 27% increase in taxable sales in 2018? Great news for a growing community!
And, speaking of, today’s news is is about a writer of WWII warcraft tales, a coalition to end homelessness, and burgers. Read on.
Did you know North Dakota is the fourth-youngest state in the U.S., and last year was the only state to have the median age get younger – a sign that young people are moving to and staying in North Dakota?
And today’s news – about Churchs Ferry, veteran fishing trips, and lemonade – is so nice that I could have made any one of the three articles the Story of the Week. Can you guess which one I picked? Read on.
Did you know a display exhibit on Stephen Hawking, created by Dickinson Middle School 8th-graders Abby Lange and Elizabeth Keele for the National History Day competition in Maryland, will soon be on display in the Smithsonian?
And did you know today’s news is about a Nice (Center) project; not one, but two stories about bicycle safety; and sandwiches? Read on.
Congratulations to Bismarck’s Bonnie Staiger, who was recently named North Dakota’s associate poet laureate, in compliment with our state’s Poet Laureate, Larry Woiwode!
And speaking of nice news, today’s is about rhubarb, polka, and a beautiful town. Read on.
Did you know the Upper Missouri Valley Fair starts June 26, and will feature over 700 projects by Williams County 4H’ers – including a Rube Goldberg contest to put a quarter in a piggy bank?
And today’s news – about a free fishing day, helping arms, and a new support group – was so nice that I added a bonus story to make it even nicer! Read on.
Congratulations to Alison Traynor, North Dakota’s Suicide Prevention Program Director, who was the first North Dakotan to ever be named to the national De Beaumont 40 Under 40.
And if you’re on the fence about learning CPR, today’s news may convince you to finally take that class. Plus, stories about youth mentorship and Happy Hooligans. Read on.