Did you know Drayton is hosting their annual Old Fashioned Christmas from December 9–15? The party includes food, a Tree of Lights program, music, sleigh rides, a crafter’s market, and a bonspiel.
And did you know today’s news is about a puck-tastic breakfast, a sensory-friendly Santa, and a full food pantry? Read on.
Did you know North Dakota has the highest percentage of businesses owned by millennials in the U.S.?
And speaking of Millennials, today’s North Dakota Nice news is about growing our own entrepreneurs, a nationwide pilot program here at home, and welding women. Read on.
Did you know the Salvation Army is now collecting coats for kids in most of the major cities in North Dakota? If you have anything new or gently used in your closets, pass it on and keep a kiddie warm!
And did you know today’s news is about pride in citizenship, the value of keeping old keepsakes, and the Daryl Kuhnhenn Memorial Ride? Read on.
Did you know Minot’s Bella Burckhard competed last weekend in the national Miss Amazing Pageant, which “invests in the strengths of girls and women with disabilities?” Bella is North Dakota’s first-ever Miss Amazing.
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news is about cruisin’ in cars, savin’ the bees, and Medora Magic – which is (probably) not what you think? Read on.
Did you know that Ellen Jean Diederich, a nationally-award winning artist, is on exhibit at the Red Door Gallery in Wahpeton?
And did you know that today’s news is about a 1000th-point shot, reading, and firearm safety? Read on.
Did you know that North Dakota went viral this weekend thanks to thanks to a Fargo fitness and gymnastic center’s therapy sessions for an awesome little boy?
And did you know today’s news is about a beloved parking attendant, Norwegian immigrants, and Giving Hearts? Also, a bonus story about a self-care retreat. Read on.
Here’s a sweet fact: chocolate-covered potato chips – better known as Chippers – were introduced to the world by North Dakota’s George Widman.
And here’s a few more sweet things in today’s nice news: North Dakotans being nice, Sheyenne High students being thoughtful, and a Rugby couple who loves to sing. Read on.
Did you know that North Dakota’s fastest drag racer is a man named Bob Struksnes, who will be inducted next month into the National Hot Rod Association’s Hall of Fame?
And did you know that today’s nice news is about North Dakota’s national ranking, Rugby students, and a group of PT students at Minot State? Read on.
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