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North Dakota’s history wasn’t fashioned in a day, and neither was the new and expanded State Museum at the North Dakota Heritage Center. Like the creation of the state, development of the state’s showpiece museum on the State Capitol Grounds has been a slow and steady work. It will culminate in... Read More
North Dakotans don't need calendars to know that the seasons are changing and fall is on the way. There are many others ways to tell: Days start getting a little cooler and shorter, yellow leaves start showing in the trees and fall festivals are dotting the calendar. For decades communities held... Read More
Even though Theodore Roosevelt’s presidency ended five years before World War I, he had strong convictions about how the United States should respond to the escalating violence in Europe. One of his biggest regrets during his own presidency was that his mettle was not tested by a war during his... Read More
September 4, 2014 Newsletter TRNP Going to Fall HoursRMI WebinarAdd 2015 Events to Tourism WebsiteSave the DateStakeholders Meeting Oct. 7New Manager at BonanzavilleNew Agritourism Group FormedTravel Updates TRNP Going to Fall Hours Theodore Roosevelt National Park went to fall hours on September... Read More
August 21, 2014 Newsletter New for 2015Tourism by the NumbersBismarck-Mandan CVB Partners with RMI Record Year for Fishing LicensesMarketing Dollars at WorkTravel Update   New for 2015 It’s that time of year and we are already pitching ideas to media for 2015 and looking for “What’s... Read More
Avid runners and those who choose just to run downtown for a bite to eat and drink while tailgating won’t lack things to do in September. Bismarck offers a full marathon with all the trimmings and Grand Forks a half marathon. In addition, many fall festivals will include 5K or 10K road races... Read More
August 7, 2014 Newsletter Tourism Grant Deadlines NearRMI WebinarBrand USAGovernor's Photo Contest Update Website Listing for 2015Save the DateTravel Updates Tourism Grant Deadlines Near North Dakota’s tourism entities have until August 29 to apply for two grants from the North Dakota... Read More
If your idea of a good time is more than sitting around with your feet dangling in the kiddie pool, then get out and enjoy some real fun on the water in North Dakota. Lakes - large and small - dot the landscape and rivers cut recreational swaths across the state. You won't have to look far to find... Read More
July 16, 20014 Newsletter TRNP Photo ContestLimited Pronghorn SeasonUpdate Website Listings for 2015 Travel GuideTravel Update  TRNP Photo Contest Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association announce the third annual “Picture Yourself in... Read More
Travelers are always looking for reasons to pull over and experience things they just can’t find anywhere else. They want to be able to tell friends they visited a lake that is fully within one state that has more shoreline than the state of California (What! Get outta town!). They want to tell of... Read More
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