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Bismarck, N.D. – First Lady Betsy Dalrymple celebrated the 10th anniversary of the North Dakota Governor’s Photo Contest with a special unveiling of the winning photos today in the Memorial Hall of the North Dakota Capitol building. Six winning photos, seven honorable mentions and the Best of Show... Read More
All around the country, small-scale wine producers and microbreweries are becoming more numerous, and North Dakota is no exception. Currently the state boasts 24 wine producers and eight breweries. Discover your favorites on the North Dakota Beer and Wine Trail. Each trail location has its own... Read More
There’s more than one way to hunt in North Dakota in October and November: the more traditional way with a shotgun or rifle, and the less-traditional way with binoculars. Waterfowlers and upland game hunters are in the field now and will be until their seasons end in early December to early... Read More
It would be udderly ridiculous to think there is a 38-foot-tall cow watching travelers fly by. But not in North Dakota, where Salem Sue eyes visitors from her perch along Interstate 94 at New Salem. Sue is a tribute to the area’s strong dairy industry of a classic piece of Americana. In terms... Read More
This is a city going through the process of rebuilding following devastating floods of 2011 and topped by an exploding energy boom in the nearby Bakken oil field. New hotels are going up, new dining is available and there are many activities to keep you occupied both day and night during an... Read More
Put all the flood stuff you know about Grand Forks out of your mind. This bustling college town is back and has a knack for making visitors feel young at heart, like the thousands of University of North Dakota students that call it home. Visitors don’t have to settle for the same old song and... Read More
Fargo. The name itself stirs up a number of images: the Old West, the movie, one half of a major stage coach line in the 1800s. Well, this isn’t the 1800s and Fargo is more than just a lot of tired old clichés. The Fargo of today is a vibrant downtown of unique lodging, eating establishments and... Read More
From the observation deck on the 18th floor of the North Dakota State Capitol, visitors get a bird’s-eye view of just what it is that makes Bismarck a true destination. History stares back from the Fort Abraham Lincoln blockhouses on the bluffs to the west and boats ply the Missouri River, which... Read More
North Dakota’s natural beauty is everywhere, from the rugged Badlands in the west, to the tree-lined rolling hills along the Canadian border and colorful fields and valleys in the east. The best way to experience the sights, sounds and smells of this great state is to tour on two (or three) wheels... Read More
Fly the Lewis & Clark Trail Take your very own expedition by following the Lewis & Clark Trail in North Dakota. Airports and nearby Lewis & Clark attractions include: Bismarck - On-A-Slant Mandan Indian Village, Sakakawea Statue and North Dakota Heritage Center, Lewis & Clark... Read More
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