Did you know Lakota Public Schools was one of 10 organizations nationwide to receive a $5,000 donation from Bayer Cereal Experts Grain for Good to support educational opportunities in the state?
And did you know today’s news is about an acre of artists, a high-flying baby, and a cross-country hot rod? Read on.
Did you know that the Minot Air Force Base hosts an annual – this is their 49th year – a free Thanksgiving dinner and entertainment for local senior citizens?
And did you know today’s news has at least one big, bushy beard, a chorus of singers, and a community watch? Read on.
Did you know the Dickens Village Festival opens November 29 in Garrison? You have three weekends to ride horse-drawn wagons, watch the stage production of “A Christmas Carol,” take in concerts, and shop for Christmas arts and crafts.
And it’s Friday, which means it’s time for the Story of the Week (which is really, really nice this week) – but it’s also time for Country Neighbors and two-handed bowling (which is not, as it sounds, throwing a ball with two hands). Read on.
Did you now the Medora Musical Christmas Show will be touring around 23 ND, MN, and MT communities from November 29 – December 22?
And did you know today’s news is about Valley City artists, backwards trick-or-treating, and the Story of the Week? Read on.
Mark your calendars for the International Music Camp Festival, which holds concerts throughout June and July – including the Royal Canadian Air Force Band (June 21), an Old Fashioned Band concert with an ice cream social (July 5), and the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Luxembourg (July 26).
And afterwards, read today’s news – about a lifesaving repairman, North Dakotans that never give up, adoptive plant parents…plus an amazing bonus story!
It’s officially the time of the year when my husband stands at the window waiting for someone to start up a lawn mower so that he can decide if it’s close enough to our house to require him to mow our own lawn.
Also, today’s is about canoes, theater, and cars. Read on.
Did you know that the Stutsman County Courthouse in Jamestown is North Dakota’s oldest surviving courthouse, and you can take a tour of it? Fun fact: it’s the only remaining building in North Dakota related to the birthplace of our statehood.
And speaking of fun facts, today’s news is about clowns, celebrations, and babies. Read on.
Did you know Valley City’s Koye and Kolt Grebel recently competed in Holland in a two-day Greco/Roman wrestling tournament? You can read more about it here: https://bit.ly/2H2O3qg
And did you know today’s news is about Readersville, West Point, and a Day of Service. Read on.
We all saw the first photo of a black hole – but did you know that Bismarck’s Dr. Terry Pilling was on the telescope control systems team that helped make it happen?
And speaking of amazing North Dakotans, today’s news is all about science – dinosaurs (straight from the source), Photoshop and photography, and robotics. Read on.
Did you know that the North Dakota-based Farm Rescue has already delivered 40 loads of hay (1,300 bales) this year to flooded farms in Nebraska and South Dakota?
To learn more about Operation Hay Lift, check out today’s news – where you can also learn about Helping Hettingers and Egyptology. Read on.
Did you know that athlete Jan Moser of Mandan and coach Cindy Schopper of Valley City are in Abu Dhabi at the Special Olympics World Games?
And did you know today’s news is all about sports – wheelchair basketball, Taekwondo, and track-and-field? Read on.
Did you know Grand Forks is home to the Northern Sky Astronomical Society, an amateur astronomy club that meets monthly? Check them out here: https://www.facebook.com/northernskyastro/
And did you know today’s news is about a nestful of Eagles, a helpful Bison, and a poodle named Teddybear? Read on.
Did you know that a bill to change the North Dakota state flag, which closely resembles the U.S. Coat of Arms, was defeated in 1953?
And did you know today’s nice news is about twin sisters, an amazing birthday boy, and North Dakota’s women’s wrestling team? Read on.
Did you know that the Rosebud Visitor Center in Valley City is home to a “Railroad RV” made specifically in 1881 for S.R. Ainslie, Railroad Superintendent, who wanted a car to live in as he traveled around North Dakota?
And speaking of the railroad, today’s nice news is about just that – and a children’s theater company and a quick-thinking savior. Read on.
Did you know that the ND Heritage Center is home to the world’s largest giant squid fossil, which was discovered in North Dakota?
And speaking of learning, read on for today’s nice news – featuring great kids (and a teacher) in Valley City, Elgin, and Edgeley.