I think we know what this week’s story is all about – but the news has a lot of surprising happiness, including a garage pantry, some crafty girl scouts, and 200 letters to veterans. Read on.
This week is the story of my two joke-telling Jewish grandpas, and news about fishermen brothers, an impressive anniversary, and a flexible classroom model. Read on.
This week is the story of our new genuine hay bales, and news about a lifesaving rescue straight out of a movie, Rugby’s first female driver, and a request for masks. Read on.
This week is the story of my family’s sofishticated trip to Icelandic State Park, and news about a lifesaving mattress purchase, a 48-hour relief group, and a course-setting hole-in-one. Read on.
There is no better time to be a crazypants than during a pandemic.
From homemade masks to homemade hypochondria, if there has been something to obsessively worry about for the past six months, I’ve had it covered. This has been very lucky for my husband, Kyle, who has been awakened from a dead sleep more than once to answer questions such as [Read on, and the news is in there, I promise]
Did you know that Fargo has been named one of Forbes magazine’s Best Places to Retire? The reasoning: low cost of living, good air quality, cheaper houses, available doctors, and lots to do.
And did you know that all of the communities in North Dakota are awesome? Find out why in this week’s news – about silver linings, friendly neighbors, and a hometown hero. Read on.
Well, shucks! The Emerado Corn Feed may have been cancelled, but they are still giving away an a-maize-ing amount of free corn this weekend. Details are in this week’s North Dakota Nice news. Read on.
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.
Did you know that one of North Dakota’s original “Rosie the Riveters” is supporting the effort to award the Rosies the Congressional Gold Medal by making red polka-dot coronavirus masks?
You can read all about Mae Krier in this week’s news – which also features one of the “Nicest Places in America,” the Three Little Pigs, and the Aquanauts. Read on.
They may have cancelled their regular season programming, but did you know Frost Fire Theater will be putting on four virtual 40-minute original musical comedy shows on YouTube, starting July 25? Check them out here: http://www.frostfirepark.org.
And did you know this week’s news has a virtual fishing tournament (this weekend!), a next-gen hog farm, and Gardar? Read on.
Did you know Grand Forks is top 10 city to bike in the United States, according to People for Bikes?
And did you know this week’s news is about a suffragist, an amateur chef, and a team of brewers? Read on.
Did you know the Medora Musical opens next Friday, June 19? It’s the 55th season for North Dakota’s world-famous stage show.
And did you know this week’s news features Knock and Wine, “gushies,” a bucket list birthday treat, and more. Read on.
Did you know Ellen DeGeneres has named Inkster’s Katie Ralston one of the country’s top 100 educators?
You can learn all about this awesome Midway Public Schools’ pre-K teacher in this week’s news – which also features a cemetery rebirth, a backyard concert, and more. Read on.
Did you know Josh Duhamel, Amy Olson, Matt Cullen, and Tom Hoge spent a (relatively secret) day on the Fargo Country Club course on Tuesday in the name of charity? You can watch a 3-hour special on the game on May 31; a link to the details is in this week’s news.
And speaking of this week’s news, it also has vegetable seeds, Prairie Musicians, wet-collodion photographers, and more. Read on.
If you like country music, tune onto the Great Plains Food Bank Facebook page tonight at 7:00 pm for a concert by Dakota Bay in support of North Dakota’s food bank.
And if you like nice news, you’re going to love what’s up this week – including a musical wheelchair, an online fashion show, and #ShareThePositivityND. Read on.
All of our North Dakota food banks are being stretched thin as more and more people need their services. If you can, deliver up some North Dakota Nice by donating non-perishables and hygiene products!
And speaking of North Dakota Nice, this week’s news is about a family that cleans together, a gaggle of lawyers, and beans beans the musical fruit. Read on.
Isolation aside – did you know Bismarck is one of the top five cities in the U.S. with the cleanest air, when measuring ozone (smog) and particle pollution, and all of North Dakota holds an A-grade for lack of ozone pollutants?
And did you know this week’s news has a new take on prom night, on marathons, and on love letters? Read on.
If you live in or around Grand Forks, Kittsona needs your help to deliver food to children through the end of the school year.
You can find out how to volunteer in today’s news – which also has a virtual choir, a sidewalk violinist, Sax in the Kitchen, and more! Read on.
Did you know that if you are between the ages of 16 and 40, North Dakota wants you – to donate blood at a blood bank? Blood banks are working to support area hospitals as they prepare for higher COVID-19 numbers, so if you are able, call your local blood bank and set up a socially-distanced appointment!
And did you know that there are so many good people in North Dakota that EVERY story this week’s news is the Story of the Week? Read on.
If you are able, take a few minutes today to hang some hearts in your front window for #aworldofhearts – a now-global effort, started by Bismarck’s Mandy Gill.
You can find more details on #aworldofhearts in this week’s news – which also has dinosaurs, snowmen, music, and the Story of the Week (which is about teachers). Read on.