This week’s story is a tale of two infomercials, and this week’s news has friendly fire departments, a Fueled Force, and a four-time award-winning artist. Read on.
This week’s story is about a Passover food delicacy, and this week’s news has an app for farmland hunting, online art lessons, and Miss Basketball. Read on.
This week’s story is about Andes Mints, and this week’s news has a lot of LEGOs, volunteer grandparents, and barn gnomes. Read on.
This week’s story is about lunchtime bingo, and this week’s news is about a video, an app, and a lot of cell phones. Read on.
This week’s story is about the weather, and this week’s news is about a TikTok sensation, a beautiful bridge, and a bookmobile. Read on.
This week’s story is about Dixie Cups and spiders, and this week’s news has the first babies of the new year. Read on.
This week’s story is about cake for lunch, and this week’s news is about a teenage gymnast, a soccer coach, and some lost-and-found Christmas presents. Happy 2021!
This week’s story is about Mississippi Pot Roast, and this week’s news is about a pretty impressive tip, Closet 701, and Lyd’s Kids. Read on.
This week’s story is about my Ford Tempo, and this week’s news is about a sensory garden, 1,300 pairs of socks, and a lot of Thanksgiving turkey. Read on.
This week’s story is about my furnace, and this week’s news is about National Adoption Month, three honorary deputy sheriffs, and some young ornament makers. 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.
I took the week off of work after my sons started back up at school so that I could, you know, take a nap or get a pedicure or just sit quietly after months of chaos. By Friday I had yet to accomplish any of those things, and so my husband suggested that we take a bike ride to Thompson, have lunch (and maybe a lunch beer), and then ride back with enough time for me to give napping another try before it was time to pick up the boys at 3:00. [Read on]
With school starting up again across North Dakota, let’s take a moment of gratitude for the administrators and teachers are working so hard to make decisions that will keep our kids safe.
And let’s also take a moment to appreciate all of the goodness in North Dakota this past week – including a wagon train of buggies, a barbecue competition, and Lunch Aid. Read on.
Time to go sunflower chasing! According to the USDA, more than 20% of North Dakota’s sunflowers are blooming – and you can find a map of the best views at ndtourism.com.
But before you go, check out this week’s news – about restaurant bros, Whispering Oaks, and 100,000 masks. Read on.
Did you know New York’s Lincoln Center is streaming songs from the musical Carousel – and Grand Forks’ Michael Marcotte is one of the performers? You can check it out here through August: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxRMlv-mwxM
And did you know this week’s news has a warehouse full of Girl Scout cookies, a virtual movie club, and a rare breed of fox. 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 Fargo Moorhead Area Youth Symphonies are performing live every Friday on Facebook?
And did you know this week’s news features an Employee of the Month, a poetry contest for high schoolers, and free ice cream? Read on.
Congratulations to all of the seniors graduating from North Dakota’s 181 high schools! As these awesome students begin their next adventure, they may want to take part in Bismarck-Mandan’s Lemonade Day – where young entrepreneurs are given the opportunity to start a business of their own.
But before you go, check out this week’s news – about a community of t-shirts, a diligent coffee group, and a lot of quilts. 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.