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Posted by heather_lemoine on August 28, 2009
I just learned that Dakota Zoo in Bismarck is close to setting an attendance record, and to push them over-the-top, they are having a free attendance day Saturday, August 29.  The Dakota Zoo has a new tiger habitat.  You can tour by foot or by train.  There are concessions, indoor and outdoor... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on August 25, 2009
North Dakota's newest historic site and attraction takes visitors back to the years of the Cold War with hundreds of nuclear missiles beneath the ground, ready for a presidential alert/code.  When the mission control stations and Minuteman Missiles were deactived in 1997, one site - north of... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on August 19, 2009
This week we are filming and shooting for the 2010 North Dakota Tourism advertising campaign.  It is thrilling watching ideas come to life as talent, directors, photographers, crew and assistants work together to make creative visions really happen! Last night's sunset shoot took place outside... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on August 18, 2009
Today's the last day to catch the American Legion World Series in Fargo.  The tournament is being played at Newman Outdoor Field - home to the F-M RedHawks.  There's another big event brewing in Fargo for the weekend - the Fargo AirSho.  Get ready for stunts, demos and displays in the air and on-... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on August 14, 2009
Will Casselton set a new world's record for the most firetrucks in one parade?  You'll have to be at Summerfest this weekend to find out.  160 trucks were needed to set the record, and when you include lots of other floats ... well ... better pack a couple of pillow cases for the candy! There are... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on August 12, 2009
I'm heading to Medora this weekend with 11 of my closest family members.  There will be food (mmm ... Pitchfork Fondue and downtown ice cream shops), entertainment (Medora Musical), golfing (Bully Pulpit Golf Course), touring (Theodore Roosevelt National Park), and much, much more.  My daughter is... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on August 10, 2009
When we talk about seeing the stars in North Dakota, it's usually to promote our clean air, our unspoiled scenery, the northern lights and awesome night-time ceiling.  Lately, it's been fun to write about country music stars who have enjoyed North Dakota hospitality.  Last week, Toby Keith and... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on August 06, 2009
My co-worker Tammy, along with her family and some friends, recently spent a long weekend at the Little Missouri State Park (northwest of Killdeer) and enjoyed superb trail riding.  You do bring your own horses here, and what you'll find are excellent facilities for them with camping right next to... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on July 28, 2009
We truly love hearing from visitors, and are always so impressed when someone takes the time to write heart-felt emails, letters or blogs about their trip to North Dakota.  This particular review, posted to TripAdvisor, was written by a lady from Connecticut who just had a great trip to... Read More
Posted by heather_lemoine on July 27, 2009
Meet my coworker Aasta (she's on the right).  Aasta and her BF were two of some very lucky fans at the Taylor Swift concert, Saturday at the North Dakota State Fair - they got to meet the star backstage.  The State Fair set a new record for attendance on Saturday, thanks to this popular country... Read More
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