Did you know that for the last 20 years, the Ukrainian Cultural Institute in Dickinson has offered a Lenten lunch every Friday? It includes cheese buttons, pierogies, fried and baked fish, garlic beans, green beans, salad, deviled eggs, pickled beets, and desserts.
And did you know today’s news is about reading, a good driving, and a whole lot of canned goods? Read on.
Did you know that today the Honoring Those Who Served-Ministry breakfast group will read off the names of North Dakota’s 19 Medal of Honor recipients? Read more: https://bit.ly/2W0kmdR
And did you know today’s news is about poets, dreamers, and North Dakotans coming home? Read on.
Did you know that athlete Jan Moser of Mandan and coach Cindy Schopper of Valley City are in Abu Dhabi at the Special Olympics World Games?
And did you know today’s news is all about sports – wheelchair basketball, Taekwondo, and track-and-field? Read on.
Did you know that Ellen Jean Diederich, a nationally-award winning artist, is on exhibit at the Red Door Gallery in Wahpeton?
And did you know that today’s news is about a 1000th-point shot, reading, and firearm safety? Read on.
Did you know North Dakota has Roller Derby teams in Fargo, Bismarck, Dickinson, Grand Forks, Minot and they are always looking for “freshies” (over the age of 18) to compete?
And did you know today’s news is about a national student of the year, a citizen lifesaver, and flamingos? Read on.
Did you know this is the third year that the Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot has been open for the winter, and you can see cool animals such as Amur tigers, leopards, camels, and pandas? (And fun fact – it’s too cold for the Zoo’s penguins.)
And did you know today’s news is about an award-winning educator, a photographer raising autism awareness, and a whole lotta wheat? Read on.
Did you know Fargo and Bismarck are two of the best places to live in the country for Millennials, according to Liveability.com?
And did you know that today’s news is about kind kids, a nationally-recognized poet, and a prize bull? Read on.
This story comes from the wonderful Kaia Lunde of Grand Forks.
“I was heading to the last UND men’s hockey game of the year with a friend. Since parking is limited to the members of the Champions Club, my friend and I thought we’d walk from my place.” Read on.
Categories: In the News
Did you know Grand Forks is home to the Northern Sky Astronomical Society, an amateur astronomy club that meets monthly? Check them out here: https://www.facebook.com/northernskyastro/
And did you know today’s news is about a nestful of Eagles, a helpful Bison, and a poodle named Teddybear? Read on.
Good news for a cold winter: the federal Agriculture Department has announced that 2/3 of North Dakota’s winter wheat crop is rated in good condition.
And in other good news, today’s news is about smart kids, a beautiful singer, and an important gathering. Read on.
The results are in – the tastiest water in North Dakota is in Bismarck! (I think our water in Thompson is great, so I want a recount): https://bit.ly/2Tz9Mgn
And speaking of great, today’s nice news is about a hand up, a drive up, and a grow up. Read on.
Did you know that Fargo’s Jim Lanier is the oldest person to finish the toughest sled dog race in the world? Check him out here: https://bit.ly/2GYJcHN
And did you know today’s news is about snowmobiles, breakfast, and a puppy? Read on.
Did you know that North Dakota has been named the third least sinful state by Wallet Hub – based on not-nice things such as violent crime rates, discrimination, abuse, smoking, and lack of exercise?
And did you know that today’s nice news is about public safety, a special birthday, and little lions? Read on.
Wahpeton’s Larry Lasch is looking for some information on the photo above. Click here to read more (and hopefully help): https://bit.ly/2H38RxU
And speaking of helpful people, today’s news is about a car show, unique swimming lessons, and a new life for flowers. Read on.
Live near Watford City? “Feed My Starving Children” is looking for volunteers to help pack meals on March 15-16. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2tBBsTo
And speaking of nice people, today’s news is about caring college students, a mentorship ministry, and pin-sized ice fishing. Read on.
Categories: In the News
Did you know that every Sunday is a “Sensational Sunday” at the North Dakota Heritage Center, and provides a free history lesson in the form of a concert, movie, lecture, or tour?
And did you know today’s news is about Abraham Lincoln, Canadians, and lunch? Read on.