Did you know the Fargo Public Library has opened its annual writing competition for regional authors ages 13 and up? You can submit one piece of fiction or non-fiction, or two poems. Learn more here.
And did you know today’s news is about a special Christmas tree, an awesome birthday celebration, and some “blue” bell ringers? Read on.
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 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.
Did you know North Dakota has been named one of the top most tax-friendly states in the U.S., meaning we pay less tax than most of the country?
And did you know today’s North Dakota Nice news has books, bikes, and the Story of the Week? Read on.
An amazing West Fargo boy named Landon Solberg passed away this weekend, and his family has asked everyone to keep their front porch lights on in his memory for the rest of September. Let’s light up North Dakota!
And while you’re spreading Landon’s light, check out today’s news, which is all about celebrations – of memories, art, and forever teammates. Read on, and have a great weekend!
Did you know West Fargo, Williston, and Bismarck were recently voted three of the 50 Best Cities to Live in the U.S. by USA Today?
And did you know today’s news is about our first responders near and far, Teddy Roosevelt, and North Dakota’s latest chance at fame. 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 a display exhibit on Stephen Hawking, created by Dickinson Middle School 8th-graders Abby Lange and Elizabeth Keele for the National History Day competition in Maryland, will soon be on display in the Smithsonian?
And did you know today’s news is about a Nice (Center) project; not one, but two stories about bicycle safety; and sandwiches? 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 there are 30 “Be Nice,” “Be Kind,” “Be Polite,” and “Have a Great Day” billboards by Newman Signs around North Dakota, and they have been around for over 30 years?
And did you know that today’s nice news is all about amazing North Dakota kids? 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.
Ashley’s Scott Schlepp taking two horses and a buggy from Canada to Texas
The Quilter’s Jubilee prove that the Valley City Barnes County Public Library is “more than just books”
West Fargo’s Nicki McCracken brings home gold in Paris-based “Gay Games”
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