Did you know that the Minot Air Force Base – opened in 1957 – is one of only two bases in the country with B-52s? I’m so glad that North Dakota is able to support all of the people in service at the MAFB and the GFAFB.
And speaking of other things that make me glad, today’s nice news is about North Dakotans helping animals, homeless children, and the environment. Read on.
Did you know that North Dakota recently had its first-ever outdoor Hockey Day North Dakota, and the Jamestown Blue Jays won?
And did you know that today’s nice news is about a community orchard, a new start to life, and archery? Read on.
Things are pretty great in North Dakota – I mean, you can buy kuchen at the grocery store – but did you know that Theodore Roosevelt initially came to North Dakota to toughen up? From Teddy: “It was here that the romance of my life began.”
And speaking of other great people, today’s nice news is about Northern Cass students, New Rockford dog lovers, and a Minot singer. Read on.
Did you know Beans Coffee Bar in Fargo was named North Dakota’s coolest-looking coffee cup by the Food Network – possssssibly because they put a mini doughnut on top of each cup?
And did you know today’s nice news is about bouncy castles, history, and awesome scouts? Read on.
Since North Dakota’s name is back at the top of the news again, you may be interested to know that the legislature tried to drop North from North Dakota, once in 1947 and once in 1989. Fortunately, we remain Better – I mean North – Dakota.
And speaking of better, today’s nice news is all about North Dakotans doing great things. Read on.
The only surprise here is that we’re not #1: North Dakota is the third-best state in the country to raise a family, according to WalletHub. And other things that are great here: Minot State students, non-traditional graduates, and a Rainbow Baby. Read on.
Did you know that there is a book club called BookTalk at Bismarck State College that is celebrating its 20th anniversary? Their next meeting is on February 3 and everyone is welcome.
And did you know that today’s nice news takes place in Hatton, the Chahinkapa Zoo, and Regent? Read on.
Check it out – for every non-perishable food or new toiletry item you bring to the Fargo Public Library from now until March 3, you will get $5 in fine forgiveness. And if you don’t have the money to donate, you can complete a book log and earn the same rewards.
And check this out – today’s nice news is about a champion rodeo rider, a bunch of ice fishermen, and a national celebrity. Read on.
Did you know that donations to the second annual Leech Public Library “Sock Tree” doubled this year? For other stories that’ll rock your socks, check out today’s nice news – about a Cavalier hot spot, a pet-friendly third-grader, and an artist who loves foil. Read on.