This week’s story is about lunchtime bingo, and this week’s news is about a video, an app, and a lot of cell phones. Read on.
Did you know there are three astronomy clubs in North Dakota (Grand Forks, Fargo, and Bismarck) that offer viewing nights, star parties, and stargazing programs – and welcome visitors?
And did you know this week’s news is all about beautiful manicures, beautiful rocks, beautiful chalk art, and beautiful neighbors? Read on.
Did you know the Fargo Moorhead Area Youth Symphonies are performing live every Friday on Facebook?
And did you know this week’s news features an Employee of the Month, a poetry contest for high schoolers, and free ice cream? Read on.
Did you know Ellen DeGeneres has named Inkster’s Katie Ralston one of the country’s top 100 educators?
You can learn all about this awesome Midway Public Schools’ pre-K teacher in this week’s news – which also features a cemetery rebirth, a backyard concert, and more. Read on.
Did you know Josh Duhamel, Amy Olson, Matt Cullen, and Tom Hoge spent a (relatively secret) day on the Fargo Country Club course on Tuesday in the name of charity? You can watch a 3-hour special on the game on May 31; a link to the details is in this week’s news.
And speaking of this week’s news, it also has vegetable seeds, Prairie Musicians, wet-collodion photographers, and more. Read on.
All of our North Dakota food banks are being stretched thin as more and more people need their services. If you can, deliver up some North Dakota Nice by donating non-perishables and hygiene products!
And speaking of North Dakota Nice, this week’s news is about a family that cleans together, a gaggle of lawyers, and beans beans the musical fruit. Read on.
Isolation aside – did you know Bismarck is one of the top five cities in the U.S. with the cleanest air, when measuring ozone (smog) and particle pollution, and all of North Dakota holds an A-grade for lack of ozone pollutants?
And did you know this week’s news has a new take on prom night, on marathons, and on love letters? Read on.
If you are able, take a few minutes today to hang some hearts in your front window for #aworldofhearts – a now-global effort, started by Bismarck’s Mandy Gill.
You can find more details on #aworldofhearts in this week’s news – which also has dinosaurs, snowmen, music, and the Story of the Week (which is about teachers). Read on.
Congratulations to Valley City’s Nicholas Lee, who was presented with a Diamond Coach Award by the National Speech & Debate Association for his work with the students at Valley City High School!
Check out this week’s news, which has all sorts of great stories about law students, time capsules, tractor pulls, and more. Read on.
Congratulations to Mrs. North Dakota International Melanie Iverson and Miss North Dakota International LeAnne Brydl! Did you know this week’s news is about an enthusiastic reader, a field full of helpers, the Story of the Week – and much more? Read on.
Did you know the Leach Public Library had a record number of socks – 877 pairs, up from 556 last year – donated for their annual Sock Tree to help men, women, and kids with the Three Rivers Crisis Center stay warm?
And did you know today’s news is about boxing, books, and beautiful voices (aka, the Story of the Week)? Read on.
Did you know Jocelyn Burdick was North Dakota’s first female U.S. Senator? She held her seat in 1992, and just passed away at the enviable age of 97. (Heidi Heitkamp is the second woman to serve.)
And did you know today’s news is a post-Christmas roundup of nice holiday news – including international gifts, free hotel rooms, a pile of cookies, and the Best Christmas Ever? Read on.
Good luck to Miss North Dakota Haley Wolfe as she prepares to compete for Miss America in December!
And check out today’s news – about a handmade wheelchair, a pile of mittens, and a storeful of stickers. Read on.
Congratulations to the Bismarck Larks and Cash Wise of Minot for being recognized by the state for hiring people with disabilities!
And check out today’s news – about duct tape, christening gowns, and deer. Read on.
Did you know that it’s National Pasta Month? Time to make a noodle casserole for your favorite grain farmer as a thank you!
But before you do, check out today’s news – about helpful kids, Army Sgt. 1st Class Jared Smith, and sewing. Read on.
Live near Devils Lake? The annual “Out of Darkness” community walk to prevent suicide will be held on Saturday, September 14 at Ruger Park. You can register here: afsp.org/devilslake
And live or like North Dakota? Check out today’s news – about a large-and-in-charge new player on the UND Football team, ice cream, and Legoland. Read on.
Did you know Hillsboro-Central Valley Schools now have five gaming computers and setups and will be starting an esports club league this fall? The teams will be coached by high school math teacher Logan McAllister.
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news is all about sage grouse, international North Dakotans, and a pup crawl. Read on.
Did you know the wild horses in Theodore Roosevelt National Park have not one, but two, Facebook pages with nearly 450,000 followers? You can learn more about them in today’s news.
And speaking of today’s North Dakota Nice news, it also includes hugs and the Story of the Week. Read on.
Mark your calendars for the Dakota Nights Astronomy Festival – a three-day celebration of North Dakota’s night skies! The Festival open on August 30 in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and includes rocket building, solar system hikes, and kids crafts.
And saddle up for today’s North Dakota Nice news – about a cool new foundation, a new/old Duck Factory, and a sculpture garden. Read on.
Did you know Mayville State biology professor Michael Kjelland has been credited with unearthing Alice – a fossilized triceratops skull – in the Hell Creek Formation of the North Dakota Badlands? The longer story can be found in today’s news.
And did you know today’s news is about North Dakotans down under, beautiful gardens, and ANOTHER story about dinosaurs? Read on.