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.
You may already know that sugar is produced in 22 states, but did you know that North Dakota ranks 4th on the list for the number of jobs created and the economic impact of sugar production on the country?
And did you know that today’s nice news is about good people, strong people, and helpful people? Read on.
We all know that the Marquis de Mores founded Medora (and named it after his wife), but did you know that the Marquis invented meatpacking? Instead of sending cattle to the slaughterhouse in Chicago, he’d process the meat in North Dakota and pack it in boxcars with ice before delivering it to homes in Illinois.
And speaking of North Dakota, today’s nice news is about warbirds, donuts, and running. Read on.
Here’s something interesting for ya – the Bismarck Tribune has been in publication since 1873, and was the first newspaper to break the story of Custer’s Last Stand.
Also interesting: today’s nice news, featuring a bevvy of babies, a beloved coach, and super-nice Bowman. Read on.
Here’s a sweet fact: chocolate-covered potato chips – better known as Chippers – were introduced to the world by North Dakota’s George Widman.
And here’s a few more sweet things in today’s nice news: North Dakotans being nice, Sheyenne High students being thoughtful, and a Rugby couple who loves to sing. Read on.
Did you know that North Dakota’s state sandwich is the sloppy joe?
And while you are debating whether or not a sloppy joe is a sandwich (and a hot dog is a taco), check out today’s nice news: about a very important donation, a trip for good, and a Devils Lake dad filling tummies and hearts. Read on.
Did you know that you can EAT North Dakota’s state flower, the wild prairie rose? And that it’s high in C, E and K and B complex?
AND did you know that today’s nice news is about new donors, new North Dakotans, and a new farmer? Read on.
In 1887, North Dakotan David Henderson Houston invented a camera. He named it by scrambling the first four letters of Dakota and adding a “K” to make Kodak. He later sold the rights of the Kodak camera to George Eastman.
And with that, here are today’s nice stories about other awesome North Dakotans. Read on.
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