Good news for a cold winter: the federal Agriculture Department has announced that 2/3 of North Dakota’s winter wheat crop is rated in good condition.
And in other good news, today’s news is about smart kids, a beautiful singer, and an important gathering. Read on.
The results are in – the tastiest water in North Dakota is in Bismarck! (I think our water in Thompson is great, so I want a recount): https://bit.ly/2Tz9Mgn
And speaking of great, today’s nice news is about a hand up, a drive up, and a grow up. Read on.
Did you know the North Dakota Museum of Art is currently featuring a photography exhibit about inventor Elmer O. Thompson, who grew up in Cavalier County and earned 30 patents?
And did you know today’s news is about a pay-it-forward Freezeway, an Apple video maker, and pumpkin leaves? Read on.
Here’s something interesting for ya – the Bismarck Tribune has been in publication since 1873, and was the first newspaper to break the story of Custer’s Last Stand.
Also interesting: today’s nice news, featuring a bevvy of babies, a beloved coach, and super-nice Bowman. Read on.
Amanda Prentice, Jill Crawford, and the Sparrow Ministry put together backpacks for children transitioning to a foster home to make the move easier. They also organize laundry baskets full of important goodies for 18-year olds that have aged out of the foster system. The MOMS Club of Williston is now helping them out, and it would be great if every community in North Dakota did the same. (Williston Herald) A very important step forward: six rural North Dakota schools now […]
Did you know that you can EAT North Dakota’s state flower, the wild prairie rose? And that it’s high in C, E and K and B complex?
AND did you know that today’s nice news is about new donors, new North Dakotans, and a new farmer? Read on.
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.
Guess what – over the last five years, nearly 100 nations around the world have imported hard red spring and durum wheats from North Dakota.
And speaking of international, today’s nice news is about Germans, Rotarians, and one local girl who is changing the world. Read on.
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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Williston Dog Jog a barking good time
Fargo community lifts up baby in need of a liver transplant
North Dakota cemeteries preserve Germanic iron crosses
Over a dozen dead tree stumps becomes works of art in Williston’s Harmon Park
Mouse River Loop Envirothon gives students exposure to environmental, conservation, and farming practices
Hal and Kathy Gershman renovate historic UND classroom building
Jerry Gourneau becomes the first North Dakotan and the first member of the First Nation people to be named Assiniboia Downs’ Trainer of the Year
Fargo VFW donates medical-grade recliner chairs to VA
Lois Johnson’s third-grade class paints bowls for event to end holiday hunger