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By now, most people know the stories of Custer and Sitting Bull, Lewis and Clark and Sakakawea and Theodore Roosevelt. Why let your knowledge end with the closing of a history book? Get out and see where these larger-than-life heroes of the American West lived lives that led to the nation still... Read More
Mountain biking in North Dakota is a bit of a best-known secret. Even without towering peaks, North Dakota's Badlands provide a rugged endurance challenge. IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association, was impressed enough with the Maah Daah Hey Trail that it dubbed the 120-... Read More
February 5, 2014 Newsletter American Bus AssociationLewis and Clark Golf Trail GuidesSocial media: What's everyone else doingNorth Dakota in Courier Magazine American Bus Association A contingent of North Dakota tourism industry officials attended the American Bus Association conference Jan. 11-15... Read More
Rekindle romance at one of North Dakota's romantic getaways. Choose from the classic dinner date to a weekend escape at a secluded lodge or cabin. A variety of special trips are available to choose from right here in North Dakota. For more ideas on romantic getaways in North Dakota, go to www.... Read More
You don’t have to wait to be an Olympic athlete to enjoy  your very own winter games in North Dakota. When the weather turns cold, head to a nearby ski run, skating rink or trail. Get your friends together and have your own slalom or downhill run at one of the state’s ski and snowboard... Read More
January 22, 2014 Newsletter Skift.com Recognizes ND Tourism AdWashington ContingentLegendary MerchandiseAustralia Shout outScandinavian Travel MissionGet StorifiedGreat Swedish AdventureIndustry Dashboards125 ways to LUV NDWriters and Bloggers Workshop      ... Read More
From the Director   Welcome to  2014 and a new format for the North Dakota Tourism Industry newsletter.  We want to get you the news and information you need in a concise and timely format that will allow you to keep informed without bogging down your inbox.  This first issue... Read More
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture and the North Dakota Game and Fish Department have reopened the Coyote Catalog to connect coyote hunters and trappers with landowners who want fewer coyotes in their areas. The Coyote Catalog is an online database similar to the one the Game and Fish... Read More
North Dakota Tourism kicked off 2014 with a new advertising campaign as part of the ongoing efforts to market the state as a tourist destination. For the past decade, Legendary has been a proven branding statement for North Dakota, and this year’s advertising campaign continues to build on this... Read More
As all eyes turn to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, North Dakotans and women's hockey fans will be watching twin sisters Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux of Grand Forks. The "hockey twins," as they've been called, have once again been named to the United States women's ice hockey team.... Read More
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