Did you know that the last three college hockey national championship winners have had a North Dakotan on the team? And did you know Grand Forks was voted the top hockey town in the U.S.?
While you’re mulling all that over, read today’s news – about 10,000 books, a basketball team, and a “pretty loaded” program. Read on.
Did you know North Dakota has been ranked the 10th best state in the U.S. for doctors, and has the 5th most hospitals per capita?
And did you know today’s news is about a “wheel”-y great basketball tourney, HOSA, and ABBA? Read on.
Did you know James Buchli was the first native North Dakotan to fly in space? His first flight was in 1985, and he went to space a total of four times.
And speaking of amazing things, today’s news is about pillowcase dresses, a wildlife habitat, and piles of money. Read on.
Congratulations to eighth-grader Annaliese Rauschenberger, who won the North Dakota State Spelling Bee! Annaliese will compete at nationals in Washington D.C. on May 26.
And speaking of amazing North Dakota students, today’s news is about the Civil War, a Happy Cafe, and mathletes. Read on.
One of the many reasons it’s great to be a North Dakotan is knowing that you live in a community that cares about you. Introducing YESS (Youth Empowering Social Status) – a brand-new organization that brings together young people with and without disabilities to build peer relationships and make sure no one is left behind.
Board President Erin Pasley kindly offered to give us a little insight on what the community is doing to #sayYESS. 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.
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.
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.
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.
Did you know that North Dakota went viral this weekend thanks to thanks to a Fargo fitness and gymnastic center’s therapy sessions for an awesome little boy?
And did you know today’s news is about a beloved parking attendant, Norwegian immigrants, and Giving Hearts? Also, a bonus story about a self-care retreat. Read on.
It’s a little chilly outside right now, but did you know that the highest recorded temperature in North Dakota was 121F on July 6, 1936 in Steele?
And did you know that today’s news is about a trip to the Dominican, a full food bank, and a contestant on the Price is Right? Read on.
Did you know that Miss North Dakota is currently going around to schools – so far, she’s been to 50 – to talk about Positivity?
And did you know that today’s nice news is about a wished-upon hot tub, a camera strap, and the Souper Bowl? Read on.
Although we like to tease that North Dakota is flat, we’re actually more rolling than Florida and Illinois. In fact, there are three ski resorts in North Dakota.
And speaking of those resorts, today’s news is about Frost Fire, a giant cabbage, and bigger, better museum. Read on.