Did you know that the North Dakota-based Farm Rescue has already delivered 40 loads of hay (1,300 bales) this year to flooded farms in Nebraska and South Dakota?
To learn more about Operation Hay Lift, check out today’s news – where you can also learn about Helping Hettingers and Egyptology. Read on.
Did you know that for the last 20 years, the Ukrainian Cultural Institute in Dickinson has offered a Lenten lunch every Friday? It includes cheese buttons, pierogies, fried and baked fish, garlic beans, green beans, salad, deviled eggs, pickled beets, and desserts.
And did you know today’s news is about reading, a good driving, and a whole lot of canned goods? Read on.
Did you know that Ellen Jean Diederich, a nationally-award winning artist, is on exhibit at the Red Door Gallery in Wahpeton?
And did you know that today’s news is about a 1000th-point shot, reading, and firearm safety? Read on.
Did you know that the Rosebud Visitor Center in Valley City is home to a “Railroad RV” made specifically in 1881 for S.R. Ainslie, Railroad Superintendent, who wanted a car to live in as he traveled around North Dakota?
And speaking of the railroad, today’s nice news is about just that – and a children’s theater company and a quick-thinking savior. Read on.
You know those little registration stickers on your license plate? Well, they were invented in North Dakota by Lenard Milo.
And did you know about Hettinger’s chickens, Liberty’s students, and Denbea Mcnally? You’ll learn about them soon enough in today’s nice news. Read on.
Amanda Prentice, Jill Crawford, and the Sparrow Ministry put together backpacks for children transitioning to a foster home to make the move easier. They also organize laundry baskets full of important goodies for 18-year olds that have aged out of the foster system. The MOMS Club of Williston is now helping them out, and it would be great if every community in North Dakota did the same. (Williston Herald) A very important step forward: six rural North Dakota schools now […]
Did you know that North Dakota has an official Christmas Capital? For the past 25 years, the town of Garrison hosts a Dickensian Christmas Village: https://www.myndnow.com/news/minot-news/25-years-of-the-dickens-village-festival/1618244468
And here something else – today’s nice news features a beautiful Hettinger, two old friends reunited, and a “territorial” author. Read on.