Nice news of the day – December 12, 2018

You know those little registration stickers on your license plate? Well, they were invented in North Dakota by Lenard Milo.

And did you know about Hettinger’s chickens, Liberty’s students, and Denbea Mcnally? You’ll learn about them soon enough in today’s nice news. Read on.

Nice news of the day – December 11, 2018

Guess what? Today is my dad, Steve Silverman’s, birthday!

And guess what else? Today’s nice news is about bowling, unmanned aircraft, and Christmas magic. Read on.

Nice news of the day – December 4, 2018

Last summer, 87% of the out-of-state tourism visitors came to North Dakota for a fossil dig.

Learn more about that dig, a group of amazing fourth-graders (and a duck!), and a husband and wife looking to make it easier to farm in cold weather in today’s nice news. Read on.

Nice news of the day – November 22, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving! I am so thankful that I live in state filled with such wonderful people.

And speaking of wonderful people, today’s nice news has gone country – to a mobile food bank, a Brown farm, and 15 rural school districts. Read on, and thank you for being a part of North Dakota Nice.

Nice news of the day – November 21, 2018

Wow your Thanksgiving guests with this fact: Stanley, ND is home to the oldest mosque in the U.S.

Also, tell them about today’s nice news: a new family, homemade dog toys, and cleaner seeds. Read on.

Nice news of the day – November 20, 2018

If you’re traveling through North Dakota for Thanksgiving, be sure to stop at the world’s largest buffalo in Jamestown.

And after you’re done taking pictures, read about the Cavalier Thrift Store, the Missouri Slope Emergency Shelter, and Duluth Model in today’s nice news.

Nice news of the day – November 19, 2018

Did you know that over 28,000 North Dakotans fought in World War I?

Speaking of veterans, today’s nice news has a few of the best stories from Veterans Day. Read on.

Nice news of the day – November 9, 2018

Check it out: there are more than 39 million acres of farmland operated in North Dakota.

Also awesome? A care program for new parents and babies, helpful Hettingerites, and 200-year old documents.

Nice news of the day – November 1, 2018

North Dakota has the country’s only state-owned bank, which gives special considerations to North Dakota residents.

Nice, right? Here’s some other nice news. Read on.

Nice news of the day – October 26, 2018

Contrary to my own personal belief, North Dakota’s state beverage isn’t ranch dressing – it’s milk! North Dakota produces nearly 40 million gallons of milk annually.

And speaking of milk (and ranch, and food in general), today’s nice news is all about combating hunger…and preserving history. Read on.

Nice news of the day – October 18, 2018

“ND Voices from the Great War” come alive at the University of Mary

Sidney remembers long-time sports announcer and historical performer Arch Ellwein

AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program for North Dakota seeking volunteers

Nice news of the day – October 16, 2018

Fargo-Moorhead Crossroads Powwow hosts 1,000 dancers and singers to share their ancestors’ past and celebrate the present

Descendant of White Cloud, North Dakota’s iconic white bison, joins National Buffalo Museum herd

U.S. Attorney’s Office in North Dakota honored with international award for work in prosecuting an international drug ring

Nice news of the day – October 5, 2018

Long-time Wahpeton teacher Esther Gordon turns 100

Jamestown one of 300 locations nationwide to host Manhattan Short Film Festival

Bismarck State College changes its mission to become North Dakota’s first polytechnic institution

North Dakota Nice: A game-changing festival in pursuit of what matters most

The amazing people behind Humanities North Dakota didn’t want you to have leave the state to encounter some of the most powerful thinkers in the world, and so they created the GameChanger Ideas Festival – a day-long adventure across multiple voices on a single issue that is challenging North Dakotans today. Held in Bismarck on October 13, 2018 and inspired by the Aspen Ideas Festival and the Atlantic Festival, the goal of the GameChanger Ideas Festival is to create more thoughtful and informed citizens that can help lead our state and country through these challenges.

Nice news of the day – September 27, 2018

North Dakota is the safest state for women (Security Baron) Security Baron, a news and reviews website focused on security, has ranked North Dakota last in their 2018 list of Most Dangerous States for Women’s Sexual Safety. The list was compiled from FBI- and CDC-reported violence. Volunteers teach English to Fargo’s New Americans (KVRR) The…