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There are two ways to enjoy winter and the holiday season in North Dakota: Indoors and outdoors. Much of what people do here over Christmas break is dictated by the weather. If it’s really cold out, there’s not much better than a warm drink in hand, huddled up with friends or family and talking... Read More
Bismarck is the vibrant capital city of North Dakota. Its sister city, Mandan, is just across the Missouri River, a recreation mecca that unites rather than divides the two cities. Visitors to the area are treated to an array of historical and recreational activities, embellished with a... Read More
November 6, 2014 Newsletter Marketing Grants AwardedNorthern Plains Heritage Foundation GrantsCommerce Looking for New North DakotansFee Increase Proposed for TRNPTravel Updates   Marketing Grants Awarded Sixteen North Dakota tourism entities are able to expand their marketing efforts thanks... Read More
Underwater World exhibit holds the world’s largest giant squid fossil that was discovered in North Dakota. The Archelon is a 12-foot giant sea turtle that would have lined in the seas when North Dakota was covered by water. It’s about the same size as a Volkswagen Bug. Six-foot by 5-foot... Read More
October 16, 2014 Newsletter Learn More About Digital Marketing2015 Cooperative Advertising OptionsTravel Updates Learn More About Digital Marketing Tourism business and event marketers in the Bismarck-Mandan area are invited to a free digital workshop from 10-11:30 a.m., October 28 in the... Read More
The deer hunting opener in North Dakota passes as an unofficial "holiday." You're likely to find people who would normally be in the office and kids in school donning orange clothing and hitting the fields and woodlands in search of theat trophy mule deer or whitetail. It's a family tradition as... Read More
Everybody loves a parade, especially a holiday parade of lights with their sparkling lights. Adults and kids can sip on hot chocolate while watching lighted parade floats glide by. And in many instances, Santa will show up to cap the evening. Make there holiday parades of light part of your family... Read More
Fargo is the largest city in North Dakota, and as such, is the cultural centerpiece of the state. The metropolitan Fargo-West Fargo area has a vibrant nightlife, exploding arts scene and strong theater offering. It has major college athletics and great attractions. North Dakota State football and... Read More
First Lady Betsy Dalrymple  celebrated the 11th anniversary of the North Dakota Governor’s Photo Contest by unveiling the winning photos in Memorial Hall of the North Dakota Capitol building. Six winning photos, four honorable mentions and the Best of Show were revealed.  Joining the... Read More
October 2, 2014 Newsletter Governor Proposes Bold Parks, Conservation PlanLast Call: Stakeholders Meeting Oct 7North Dakota to host National Championship Race in OctoberWalker Wows at Norsk HostfestTravel Updates   Governor Proposes Bold Parks, Conservation Plan Gov. Jack Dalrymple has... Read More
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