Did you know that a record-breaking 53,000 people checked out all of the North Dakota-made products at Pride of Dakota this year?
And did you know today’s news is all about little lunches, a big organ, and the Story of the Week? Read on.
Congrats to Mandan’s Jan Moser who represented North Dakota on the Special Olympics USA Bowling Team – and took home team gold and single silver at the games in Dubai and Abu Dhabi!
And check out today’s news – about the Drake Passage, animal rescue, and Christmas shopping for mom and dad. Read on.
Congratulation’s to Makoti’s Everett Dobrinski, who was recently inducted into the national Cooperative Hall of Fame! Everett is only one of 177 people in the Hall of Fame, which honors cooperative farmers.
And you’re going to like today’s news – about a wall of purses, speedy service, and a hero of rural newspapers. Read on.
Did you know Lakota Public Schools was one of 10 organizations nationwide to receive a $5,000 donation from Bayer Cereal Experts Grain for Good to support educational opportunities in the state?
And did you know today’s news is about an acre of artists, a high-flying baby, and a cross-country hot rod? 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.
Did you know Mary Stark Elementary in Mandan has set up a food pantry to help students and their families keep their bellies full? It’s open every Wednesday before and after school and is tucked away in a portable classroom so people can remain anonymous.
And did you know today’s news has some stats on free lunches, a SUPER fan, and a pretty sweet Halloween joke that you can totally tell your friends? Read on.
Did you know North Dakota recently received The Attorney General’s Award for Fraud Prevention for the state’s efforts to combat fraud against the elderly and most vulnerable?
And did you know today’s news is about some Germans in North Dakota, a lifesaving Dakotan, and a custom casket? Read on.
Did you know North Dakota National Guard’s Company A, 164th Engineer Battalion was recently awarded the Valorous Unit Award for their actions during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2005-2006?
And did you know today’s news is about the next generation of sauerkraut, giving farmers some love, and okapi? Read on.
It’s been a tough harvest this year, so please take some time to spread a little North Dakota Nice to all of our wonderful area farmers that work so hard all year to #FeedTheWorld.
And don’t forget to check out today’s nice news – about pumpkins, a parade, and Helping Hands. Read on.
Love the “Band of Brothers” book or miniseries? George Luz Jr., son of George Luz, will be at the Heritage Center on October 16 to talk about Easy Company.
And love North Dakota? Check out today’s news – about a wheel-y great book club, a game show contestant, and a national artist. Read on.
Did you know Hillsboro’s father-son duo Shawn and Hunter Hennings were a part of the U.S. team that took Silver in the Pan-American Saltwater Big Game Championships in Puerto Vallarta last month?
And did you know today’s news is about outdoor learning, jogging docs, and big-time giving. Read on.
Did you know “The Not So Heavenly Bodies Calendar” – made by a group of North Dakota bikers with 100% of the proceeds going to Heaven’s Helpers Soup Kitchen – has become an international phenomenon, selling over 700 calendars in 40 states and Canada?
And did you know today’s news is about a groundbreaking school program, an event fit for a princess, and a program for women in the Bakken? Read on.