Our nine-year-old played two sets of double-headers last Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, we naturally decided to detox after hours upon hours of baseball by taking our two sons and a friend to a Wheat City Whiskey Jacks baseball game. The Whiskey Jacks played the Badlands Big Sticks at Kraft Field, which is apparently known to our family as “that place with the concession stand” because the boys ate their way through the entire experience.
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.
Congratulation’s to Makoti’s Everett Dobrinski, who was recently inducted into the national Cooperative Hall of Fame! Everett is only one of 177 people in the Hall of Fame, which honors cooperative farmers.
And you’re going to like today’s news – about a wall of purses, speedy service, and a hero of rural newspapers. Read on.
Did you know today – September 23 – is the Autumnal Equinox celebration in Valley City, and the Buffalo River Native American Singers and Dancers will be performing before kicking off a telescopic Star Party?
And did you know today’s news is about Cowgirls for a Cause, the New England Kids Rodeo, and Dots Pretzels? Read on.
Good luck to Amidon’s Ellie Rettinger, who will be competing in the National High School Rodeo Championships in Rock Springs, WY!
And speaking of good stuff, today’s news is about a schoolful of computers, Range Camp, and free school supplies. Read on.
Did you know North Dakota has its own Renaissance Festival, and it kicks off this Saturday and goes through the end of August?
And did you know today’s news is about a mermaid motorcyclist, an important tree, and the story of the week? Read on.
Did you know that Adams County had a whopping 27% increase in taxable sales in 2018? Great news for a growing community!
And, speaking of, today’s news is is about a writer of WWII warcraft tales, a coalition to end homelessness, and burgers. Read on.
Did you know the world’s largest catfish “lives” in Wahpeton and its name is Wahpper?
And did you know today’s news may be the push you need to buy that raffle ticket you’ve been considering? Read on.
Did you know Mandan Public Schools has been named one of the Best Communities for Music Education in the country?
And speaking of amazing schools, today’s news is about districts in Minot, Grand Forks, and New England – with a bonus story about Williston! Read on.
Guess what: Hillsboro’s Jodi Kurtz is shooting a pilot about a home-staging company for HGTV next month.
And guess what else: today’s news is about a dog named Louie, a woman named Helma, and the town of New England. Read on.
Did you know North Dakota has Roller Derby teams in Fargo, Bismarck, Dickinson, Grand Forks, Minot and they are always looking for “freshies” (over the age of 18) to compete?
And did you know today’s news is about a national student of the year, a citizen lifesaver, and flamingos? Read on.
Did you know this is the third year that the Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot has been open for the winter, and you can see cool animals such as Amur tigers, leopards, camels, and pandas? (And fun fact – it’s too cold for the Zoo’s penguins.)
And did you know today’s news is about an award-winning educator, a photographer raising autism awareness, and a whole lotta wheat? Read on.
Congratulations to all of the great North Dakota Special Olympians who competed last weekend!
And speaking of great, today’s news is about an artist, an owl rescuer, and cheese. Read on.
You know those little ladybugs that creep in all fall and winter long? They are convergent lady beetles, and they are actually the North Dakota state insect.
And did you know that today’s nice news is about an academic escape room, a home for single mothers, and a statewide farming competition? Read on.
Thirsty? There are 20 breweries in North Dakota.
And speaking of drinking, today’s nice news is about clean water, as well as a legendary coach and a Noon Year’s Party. Read on.
Check out this neat fact: there have been 15 North Dakota-born players in the NHL.
And also, get this: today’s nice news is about a Pearl Harbor survivor, marshmallow igloos, and hot chocolate. Read on.
Swirl over this fact: Dakota Drug in Stanley is home to one of the last operational Whirla-Whips in the country.
And get this – today’s nice news is about quilters, dentists, and a fantastic 7th-grader. Read on.
Rita Mosset named Farm & Ranch Guide Country Woman of the Year
New Englanders run in the mud for Henley Johnson
Going to the North Dakota State Fair? A few things you should know