Did you now the Medora Musical Christmas Show will be touring around 23 ND, MN, and MT communities from November 29 – December 22?
And did you know today’s news is about Valley City artists, backwards trick-or-treating, and the Story of the Week? Read on.
Congratulations to Jessica Ackerman of Minot, Sarah Smith Warren of New Rockford, and Hamzat Koriko of Grand Forks for being 3 of 25 people in America and Australia to earn Creative Community Fellowships from NAS/The Kresge Foundation.
And check out today’s news, about a Halloween ballet, a televised hunting trip, and the new wave of farming technology. Read on.
Congratulations to UND faculty member Susan Felege, who has been named Advisor of the Year by the national Wildlife Society for the SECOND time in three years!
And Happy Friday! Today’s news is about a ton (more like 3.5) of donations, Bill Brien, and the Story of the Week. Read on.
Did you know the North Dakota Outdoor Heritage Fund is now taking applications for projects that will create fish and wildlife habitat, improve water, soil, or plant diversity, and enhance conservation?
And did you know today’s news is about a very, very important invention, the Bison on a national stage, and awesome kids? Read on.
Did you know North Dakota has been ranked the best state in the nation for teachers? And speaking of teachers, congratulations to Sara Medalen, North Dakota Teacher of the Year!
And speaking of awesomeness, today’s North Dakota Nice news has the story of a great school day, a North Dakota author, and a pretty amazing gift. Read on.
Did you know that for the sixth year, athletes from all over the country traveled to Fargo last weekend to compete in a Crossfit competition called the Dakota Games?
And did you know today’s news is about sign language, house cleaning, and a teacher’s academy? Read on.
Did you know West Fargo, Williston, and Bismarck were recently voted three of the 50 Best Cities to Live in the U.S. by USA Today?
And did you know today’s news is about our first responders near and far, Teddy Roosevelt, and North Dakota’s latest chance at fame. Read on.
Did you know the popular Magic City Express – the narrow gauge train at Roosevelt Park – is now back on track? It had been derailed after the 2011 Flood; but thanks to a new engine and paint job, is chug-chug-chugging along.
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news has three story about traveling to help others? Read on.
School is back in session for most of North Dakota, which means it’s time for pumpkin patches! Papa’s Pumpkin Patch – which has been featured on the Travel Channel and in Travel & Leisure and USA Today – in Bismarck opens September 8.
And speaking of school, check out today’s North Dakota Nice news – about first-day-of-school haircuts, space, and not one, but two red carpets (and a bonus story!). Read on.
Did you know inmates at the Missouri River Correctional Center have partnered with Service Dogs for America out of Jud to help train puppies for a lifetime of life saving? Click here to read more.
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news is about German-Russians, an out-of-this-world Galaxie 500, and S’morts? Read on.
If you live in or around Hillsboro, mark your calendar for September 28 – the second annual community day of service. Projects will include packing nonperishable food baskets, picking up garbage, cleaning up yards, and writing letters to military veterans and the elderly.
And if you’re looking for some nice news, today’s North Dakota Nice news is about pickleball, goats, and a mountain of cupcakes. 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.
You know that a news-making Triceratops skull was uncovered this summer in the Badlands by a Mayville State professor – but did you know that it was one of a dozen Triceratops skulls that have been found across the state? The most famous is named Bob and is considered the largest and most complete Triceratops ever discovered.
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news is about backcountry hunters, Grand Forks police, and a young sharpshooter? Read on.