School is back in session for most of our North Dakota students and teachers – here’s to a great school year!
And speaking of great things, today’s news is about the most important meal of the day, a group of angels, and today’s Story of the Week. Read on.
I have an 8-year-old son who can’t stop eating. We basically spent the summer feeding him every hour – so a free school breakfast for ALL kids sounds like a great, great idea to me. (KX Net)
Community members teed up to raise money for Jamestown Regional Medical Center ANGELS program, which covers the cost of medical bills for families who lose an infant. (New Rockford Transcript)
Story of the Week: I love country schools. (Grand Forks Herald)
Did you know Bismarck was recently ranked the 2nd least-stressed city in the U.S.? Fargo came in 7th, which is still pretty chill.
And did you know today’s news is about a club barn, a polka party, and lemonade? Read on.
I grew up in town in Grand Forks, and didn’t actually spend any actual time on a farm until I was in my 20’s – which is why it’s fantastic that 4-H and FFAers in Hettinger have a “club barn” for kids that can’t keep livestock at home. (Bismarck Tribune)
Who do I talk to about having a free polka party across the state? (Jamestown Sun)
My husband – who has never passed up a lemonade stand in his life – was so impressed by this effort that he stopped at two different stands to partake. (Grand Forks Herald)
There are “Days” for days in North Dakota – events like Reynolds Rib Fest, Horse Fest, and Riverfest. I’m going to try and make a calendar for them all. If you know of one, please message me. Thanks in advance!
And speaking of good stuff, today’s news is about pint-sized mindfulness, hearkening music, and Run4Change. Read on.
Lankin’s Mike Helt, Charlie Sunde, Rodney Bosh, Donnie Swartz, Laddie Pecka, Rose Pecka, and Matt Hodek are keeping old-time music alive. (Grand Forks Herald)
This is such a great idea. (KFYR TV)
The annual Run4Change has raised $80,000 in six years to increase awareness for drunk driving. (Bismarck Tribune)