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Posted by heather_lemoine on November 24, 2009
North Dakota Tourism is in the news today locally, nationally and internationally.  It all stems from a press conference held in Fargo yesterday, announcing that North Dakota tourism growth is outpacing the nation.  While visitation has been falling to many destinations in the U.S., in North... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on November 16, 2009
Excitement is building for fans of the Twilight series.  On November 20th, the second installation of the blockbuster books/movies hits the big screen and with it comes another opportunity to see North Dakota native Kellan Lutz.  Lutz, from Dickinson, plays Emmett Cullen in the world of Twilight... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on November 09, 2009
We all have those people who are difficult to shop for - so we propose a theme these holidays.  Give gifts that represent unique and special places - like North Dakota!  From organic spa products to all-natural makeup and chokecherry-sweet wine - countless North Dakota products are available from... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on November 03, 2009
Seven enormous metal sculptures (standing four to five stories high) decorate the 32-mile stretch between the towns of Gladstone and Regent, North Dakota.  This is the Enchanted Highway.  The awesome sculptures and the vision and resolve of artist Gary Greff, have been heralded from Nickelodeon to... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on November 02, 2009
The Peace Garden State, and her sister-state to the south, are celebrating their 120th birthdays today!  President Benjamin Harrison signed the statehood proclamations of North Dakota and South Dakota on November 2, 1889.  Here are some fun facts about this fabulous state:  The state beverage is... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on October 30, 2009
North Dakota has plenty of treats for visitors (and residents) this weekend!  Tonight, a Halloween Party and Haunted Walk is taking place in Marmarth.  Tomorrow, visit the Frontier Village in Jamestown when it gets a spooky makeover for trick-or-treaters.  The state's largest museum, the Heritage... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on October 19, 2009
When we say "get lost" it's an invitation!  This is the last week to challenge your directional skills at the Amazing Corn Maize south of Mandan.  This year's maze literally honors the Lincoln penny - with the penny carved out of acres of corn.  Plan ahead to conquer the maze - this Friday,... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on October 16, 2009
So who's up for some fright nights?!  This weekend, Fort Abraham Lincoln, south of Mandan, lets its ghostly history out of the closet.  "Haunted Fort" is an event that celebrates the mysteries surrounding the Fort's remains. Remember the Blair Witch Project?  The fun folks at Fort Abraham Lincoln... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on October 14, 2009
The Minnesota crew, 2008 Tonight, we're expecting a group of men from Minnesota to ring the doorbell at our house.  This is an annual voyage.  A manly type of event.  You see, it's hunting season - undeniably one of the most popular times of the year in North Dakota.  My husband and his buddies... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on October 12, 2009
It's a long weekend for our friends in Canada and we know some of them have traveled south to enjoy some shopping and fun!  North Dakota is the 10th most visited U.S. state by Canadians.  We have a lot of fun with our neighbors to the north, along with some friendly hockey and curling rivalry! ... Read More
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