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Long before Lewis and Clark stepped foot in what is now North Dakota, French-Canadian trappers were common visitors to Native American villages. They mixed with and married into local families and gave birth to what became known as the Metis. The descendants of the Metis and their culture can be... Read More
  “We think Ralph Engelstad Arena is a 100-year building. We think this will be a Wrigley Field or a Fenway Park, that historic sports venue that everyone can be proud of.”   There is no easy way to describe an arena like Ralph Engelstad Arena. “The Taj Mahal of Hockey” or “Hockey’s... Read More
  “We’re always building another project here somewhere.” Summer mornings start bright and early for Bill Wood at Eastbay Campground on Devils Lake. Every day, you’ll find Wood starting the coffee and getting ready to hear about yesterday’s catch or today’s plans from his guests. The... Read More
The North Dakota Travel Industry Conference is the premier event for organizations in the travel industry. Each year the conference features nationally-renown speakers, breakout sessions on current trends and best practices and opportunities to network with vendors and peers. Two breakfasts and two... Read More
Many can relate to a little friendly competition between family. Maybe a card game over the holidays or debating who makes the better Christmas cookies, mom or grandma? Now step into the shoes, or should we say cargo boots, of a military family and the kind-hearted “trash talk” takes a whole new... Read More
(Click on arrows above to scroll through a gallery of winners and honorable mentions) Gov. Doug Burgum has recognized the winning photographs and honorable mentions from the 14th annual North Dakota Governor’s Photo Contest in a ceremony in Memorial Hall of the North Dakota Capitol building. ... Read More
  “The creator gave us this gem here so we’re going to let it sparkle, we’re going to let it shine, we’re going to polish it up and we’re going to let the people take a good glance at who we are.”   Jason Morsette began his career as a maintenance man and gardener at the Three Affiliated... Read More
An old fort with a bloody history; a cold, dark, moonlit night near the woods and some old buildings; coyotes baying in the distance. Sounds a lot like a place made specifically for a haunting. Fort Abraham Lincoln south of Mandan is all that and more on any fall night. Throw in some ghosts,... Read More
  “We always want to make sure that everybody starts their day with a smile, because it’s hard to get through the day until you get that first cup of coffee.” Dan Boyce is a North Dakota native who grew up in a home where the coffee pot was always on and his folks had people over all the time... Read More
  “Pray to grandfather sky for everyone to be more like the sun. The sun doesn’t question, it doesn’t judge … and if we all just did that a little better, I think we would all have a better place to drink some beers.”   With a calming demeanor that’s almost bubbly when he chats with... Read More
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