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.
Some of you know my dad, Steve Silverman, co-authored (along with my mom, Robin) a North Dakota landscapes book called “America’s Land of Tranquility.” My dad found a never-before published photo – shown here – from his 2003 travels called “Springtime on the Maah Daah Hey Trail,” and wanted me to share it with all of you because it’s considered one of the best hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails in the U.S.
According to the Maah Daah Hey Trail Association, it has nine trail units, eight water caches, 16 trail heads, 11 camp sites, and has every type of terrain found in western North Dakota. It’s open all year, so you have plenty of time to check it out!
And speaking of things to check out, today’s news is about a newborn animal sanctuary, chalk art, and a West Fargo astronaut. Read on.
Did you know that a outreach exhibit from the North Dakota Museum of Art is traveling around North Dakota to showcase 100 year-old photography? You can see it now at The Spirit Room in Fargo.
And if you’re going to be in or around Mandan tomorrow, today’s news has something for you to do. 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.
Congratulations to Alison Traynor, North Dakota’s Suicide Prevention Program Director, who was the first North Dakotan to ever be named to the national De Beaumont 40 Under 40.
And if you’re on the fence about learning CPR, today’s news may convince you to finally take that class. Plus, stories about youth mentorship and Happy Hooligans. Read on.
Did you know tomorrow (June 13-16) begins Fort Union Trading Post’s annual Rendezvous – with 100 historical re-enactors demonstrating 19th century techniques such as blacksmithing, beaver skinning, and frontier cooking? Learn more here: https://bit.ly/2I5DuTT
And did you know today’s news is about an orangutan named Taluken, a BIG baby shower, and friendly neighbors? Read on.
Start your engines – the American Legion Riders in Langdon are looking for road-legal participants for their June 1 Fun Run. You can register your motorcycle, car, or spaceship here.
And after you do so, check out today’s news – about a Pow Wow, fishing, and quilting. Read on.
Did you know that North Dakota is leading the country in oxygen-based therapy for brain injury recovery, and have started studying it as it relates to Alzheimer’s, dementia, and MS? Check out the details here: https://bit.ly/2H0ysHu
And did you know today’s news is about a new leg, yellow roses, and bicycles. Read on.
Bismarck’s Mike Peluso – a former Chicago Blackhawk – is a self-professed “ultimate rink rat,” and if you like hockey you’ll love this story: https://bit.ly/2VbOHdG
And speaking of things you’ll love, today’s news is about three great grown-ups: a nursing student, a sports announcer, and a walking warrior. Read on.
Congratulations to Grand Forks eleventh-grader Deanna Rose for winning a national scholarship award from the Alliance for Youth Artists and Writers for her work of art, entitled “Hand”!
And speaking of talented North Dakotans, today’s news is about “Gilligan’s Island,” Relay for Life, and a helpful coach. Read on.