Our friends hosted a family birthday party for their ten-year-old last weekend. The jury is still out between my sons as to the second-best part of the soiree (right now it’s a tie between the slip-and-slide covered in dish soap and “playing” in general), but they both have agreed that the number-one spot goes to the cake.
This week’s story is about the animal kingdom, and this week’s news has kid-friendly outfits and pie. Read on.
This week’s story is about my job at the Shirt Shoppe, and this week’s news has not one, not two, but three articles about cats. Read on.
This week’s story is about cake for lunch, and this week’s news is about a teenage gymnast, a soccer coach, and some lost-and-found Christmas presents. Happy 2021!
This week’s story is about a memorable trip to the Minneapolis airport, and this week’s news is about a daily song, Gifts for Grandparents, and a free holiday cookbook. Happy Thanksgiving, and thank you for reading North Dakota Nice!
I took the week off of work after my sons started back up at school so that I could, you know, take a nap or get a pedicure or just sit quietly after months of chaos. By Friday I had yet to accomplish any of those things, and so my husband suggested that we take a bike ride to Thompson, have lunch (and maybe a lunch beer), and then ride back with enough time for me to give napping another try before it was time to pick up the boys at 3:00. [Read on]
Time to go sunflower chasing! According to the USDA, more than 20% of North Dakota’s sunflowers are blooming – and you can find a map of the best views at ndtourism.com.
But before you go, check out this week’s news – about restaurant bros, Whispering Oaks, and 100,000 masks. Read on.
Are you a new American living in North Dakota? The North Dakota Historical Society is looking for items that represent the journey of today’s international immigrants to be used in a new exhibit. To learn more, check out today’s news.
Did you know there are three astronomy clubs in North Dakota (Grand Forks, Fargo, and Bismarck) that offer viewing nights, star parties, and stargazing programs – and welcome visitors?
And did you know this week’s news is all about beautiful manicures, beautiful rocks, beautiful chalk art, and beautiful neighbors? Read on.
Congratulations to Center’s Andy Riehl, who won $27,750 on Wheel of Fortune! Did you know this week’s news is about a Saturday Night outfit, rural grocery stores, and Miss Amazing? Read on.
Congratulations to Mrs. North Dakota International Melanie Iverson and Miss North Dakota International LeAnne Brydl! Did you know this week’s news is about an enthusiastic reader, a field full of helpers, the Story of the Week – and much more? Read on.
Did you know that the Minot Air Force Base hosts an annual – this is their 49th year – a free Thanksgiving dinner and entertainment for local senior citizens?
And did you know today’s news has at least one big, bushy beard, a chorus of singers, and a community watch? Read on.
Did you know there are only two flying B-29’s left in the world, and you can see one of them at the Fargo Air Museum this week?
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news is about Town & Country, Miss International, and Fusion? Read on.
Did you know a team of Tate Topa Middle Schoolers in Fort Totten recreated the moon landing using a drone and Legos, and won a trip to Kennedy Space Center in Florida as a result? You can learn more about their work here.
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news is about a guardian angel, supportive housing, and Boys Nation? Read on.
It’s a boy! Did you know a baby giraffe was recently born at the Roosevelt Park Zoo?
And did you know today’s news is about a glowing community and not one, but two, murals? Read on.
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 world’s largest catfish “lives” in Wahpeton and its name is Wahpper?
And did you know today’s news may be the push you need to buy that raffle ticket you’ve been considering? Read on.
We all saw the first photo of a black hole – but did you know that Bismarck’s Dr. Terry Pilling was on the telescope control systems team that helped make it happen?
And speaking of amazing North Dakotans, today’s news is all about science – dinosaurs (straight from the source), Photoshop and photography, and robotics. Read on.
Congratulations to the winners of the Keep North Dakota Clean poster contest – fourth graders Kamri Hopfauf, Gavin Boersma, Autumn Haaland, and Lillie Hall!
And speaking of amazing kids, today’s news is about 200 artists, scrubs camp, and Kits 4 Kare. Read on.
Did you know it’s the 50th anniversary of Zip to Zap? If you don’t know Zip to Zap, click here: https://bit.ly/2NJJL8N.
And if you don’t know today’s nice news – about fruit, pinochle, and nursing – read on.