As we head into Christmas week, take a few minutes to thank a farmer – because holiday or no holiday, rain or shine, animals need care.
And speaking of being thankful, today’s nice news is all about North Dakotans going above and beyond to share the love. Read on.
Mr. Bubble is the #1 bath product in the U.S. – probably because it was invented in North Dakota by Harold Schafer.
Also things that make North Dakota special: a 17-year old bowling entrepreneur, a 13-year old horseshoe artist, and a Badlands moviemaker – all in today’s nice news. Read on.
Mark your map: the oldest standing structure in North Dakota is the Gingras Trading Post in Pembina County.
And after you’re done reading about the Post, check out today’s nice news: helpful elementary students, remarkable artists, and a 40-year angel. Read on.
Not exactly nice, but interesting enough – North and South Dakota were originally expected to form one state – Dakota, with its capital in Yankton – after the Dakota Territory was officially incorporated in the mid 1800’s. However, the two halves of the Territory didn’t particularly like one another, and so the Territory was split upon statehood.
And while you’re mulling that over, read today’s nice news – about the 4-H, candy, and breakfast.
Williston Dog Jog a barking good time
Fargo community lifts up baby in need of a liver transplant
North Dakota cemeteries preserve Germanic iron crosses