Nice news of the day – December 6, 2018

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.

Nice news of the day – December 3, 2018

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.

Nice news of the day – November 26, 2018

There are at least 76 produced songs about North Dakota, including Highway Headin’ South (Dolly Parton) and I Got a Girl in North and South Dakota (Frank Sinatra) – how many can you name?

And while you’re making a playlist, check out today’s nice news: gold hearts, helping hands, and feet with wings.

Nice news of the day – November 12, 2018

Gobble gobble! Did you know that North Dakota raises 1.2 million turkeys annually?

And if you’re interested in more fun sounds, today’s nice news features mooing, vrooming, and more gobble-gobbling. Happy Monday!

Nice news of the day – November 6, 2018

To all of the North Dakotans who are up for election today – thank you for stepping forward.

Also reasons for thanks: a carload of cash in Wahpeton, tuition reimbursement in Devils Lake, and a Buffalo Supper. Read on.

Nice news of the day – October 22, 2018

Guess what: North Dakota produces enough soybeans to make 483 billion crayons each year!

Today’s news doesn’t involve crayons, but it DOES have pizza and watercolors and I may have mentioned something about bedazzling.

Nice news of the day – October 17, 2018

North Dakota programmers hack solutions for FirstNet in 24-hour hackathon

Minot State University to offer first medicinal plant chemistry program

Jan Ketterling and No Doubt Ima Loper win Grand Champion at regional horse show

Nice news of the day – October 15, 2018

After losing hand, Myron Schlafman goes back to making sausage

Generous donors replace artist Austin Proctor’s art supplies following fire

A host of new public art springs up around Wahpeton

Nice news of the day – October 10, 2018

Dickinson scores a bullseye with National Dart Association Regional Tournament

Perham parent thanks Fargo Tradehome for treatment of autistic son

Richland-Wilkin volunteers turn out for a Day of Caring

Nice news of the day – October 5, 2018

Long-time Wahpeton teacher Esther Gordon turns 100

Jamestown one of 300 locations nationwide to host Manhattan Short Film Festival

Bismarck State College changes its mission to become North Dakota’s first polytechnic institution

North Dakota Nice: Steve Lies and Brad Bekkedahl honored for their civic service

When you are in a position of leadership in a city government, you typically don’t get to leave your job behind at the end of the day – because your home is your work and your work is your home. While we should all make the effort to thank the thousands of civil servants who keep our sidewalks and roads clean and safe, our water running, and communities growing and thriving, the North Dakota League of Cities selects two individuals each year who deserve extra appreciation and gratitude.

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Nice news of the day – September 20, 2018

Anna and Adam Marohl host fun run to raise thousands for the Sanford Family Bereavement Fund

Keith Benning travels to North Carolina to help hurricane animals

North Dakota Chaplains Association celebrates Rev. Adrian Olson as Chaplain of the Year

Nice news of the day – September 3, 2018

Wahpeton’s gardeners grow a plethora of produce for the food pantry

Stump Lake Threshing Bee hearkens back to the early days of North Dakota farming – including lefse

SRCTC program honored for bringing together students to build a new home

Nice news of the day – August 31, 2018

Iris Westman is America’s oldest living farmer

Rotary Club of Breckenridge Wahpeton “Fills the Bus”

Dickinson’s Chalk Walk brings amateur and professional artists to the streets

Nice news of the day – August 27, 2018

Harriet Goodiron, mother of Army Cpl. Nathan J. Goodiron, named 2018 Gold Star recipient

Annual Wahpeton exhibition celebrates rural art

A friend’ preserves “friendly, happy corner of Medora”

Nice news of the day – July 23, 2018

Chahinkapa Zoo names the Jirak families “Habitat Heroes” (ND & MN Nice)

Ramsey County awarded grant to pave road to historic cemetery

Phillip Schultz “feeds the youth”

Nice news of the day – July 16, 2018

North Dakota named one of the best financial environments for millennials

North Dakotans rescue Neal McCoy’s tour bus

Fargo, West Fargo Police compete in lip-sync challenge

Bush Foundation awards Robin David $100,000 fellowship for work with New Americans