Did you know that donations to the second annual Leech Public Library “Sock Tree” doubled this year? For other stories that’ll rock your socks, check out today’s nice news – about a Cavalier hot spot, a pet-friendly third-grader, and an artist who loves foil. Read on.
Here’s something interesting for ya – the Bismarck Tribune has been in publication since 1873, and was the first newspaper to break the story of Custer’s Last Stand.
Also interesting: today’s nice news, featuring a bevvy of babies, a beloved coach, and super-nice Bowman. Read on.
Did you know there are 30 “Be Nice,” “Be Kind,” “Be Polite,” and “Have a Great Day” billboards by Newman Signs around North Dakota, and they have been around for over 30 years?
And did you know that today’s nice news is all about amazing North Dakota kids? Read on.
Did you know that in 1948, North Dakota raffled off a Dream House in Bismarck by dropping tickets from airplanes? The 5-room, 1-bath house was valued at $20,000 during the raffle and is now for sale for $157,000.
And did you know that today’s nice news is about carbon emissions, All-American football players, and a young rodeo rider? Read on.
Last summer, 87% of the out-of-state tourism visitors came to North Dakota for a fossil dig.
Learn more about that dig, a group of amazing fourth-graders (and a duck!), and a husband and wife looking to make it easier to farm in cold weather in today’s nice news. Read on.
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.
Fargo-Moorhead Crossroads Powwow hosts 1,000 dancers and singers to share their ancestors’ past and celebrate the present
Descendant of White Cloud, North Dakota’s iconic white bison, joins National Buffalo Museum herd
U.S. Attorney’s Office in North Dakota honored with international award for work in prosecuting an international drug ring
Hankinson’s 17th annual Oktoberfest an extravaganza of lederhosen and laugenbrezel
After nearly 30 years in service, North Dakota’s postmaster to retire
Cavalier comes together to build a new rail bridge
Jamestown’s Katie Eggl donates 8,000 ounces of breast milk to Fargo’s Nicole Parrett to help during Hodgkin’s lymphoma treatment
Tyler Skavlem works his way up from employee to Grand Forks restaurateur
“All Icelanders have a secret wish to come here to North Dakota and Canada.”