Congratulations to Bismarck’s Bonnie Staiger, who was recently named North Dakota’s associate poet laureate, in compliment with our state’s Poet Laureate, Larry Woiwode!
And speaking of nice news, today’s is about rhubarb, polka, and a beautiful town. Read on.
Did you know you can take a tour of the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site in Cooperstown to check out North Dakota’s piece of the Cold War?
And speaking of things to check out, today’s news is about country neighbors, an international science fair, and Boozefighters. Read on.
Did you know James Buchli was the first native North Dakotan to fly in space? His first flight was in 1985, and he went to space a total of four times.
And speaking of amazing things, today’s news is about pillowcase dresses, a wildlife habitat, and piles of money. Read on.
Congratulations to eighth-grader Annaliese Rauschenberger, who won the North Dakota State Spelling Bee! Annaliese will compete at nationals in Washington D.C. on May 26.
And speaking of amazing North Dakota students, today’s news is about the Civil War, a Happy Cafe, and mathletes. Read on.
When you are in a position of leadership in a city government, you typically don’t get to leave your job behind at the end of the day – because your home is your work and your work is your home. While we should all make the effort to thank the thousands of civil servants who keep our sidewalks and roads clean and safe, our water running, and communities growing and thriving, the North Dakota League of Cities selects two individuals each year who deserve extra appreciation and gratitude.
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