Recent North Dakota Articles

'In Cold Blood' North Dakota
podcast revisits dark moment of ND history
Dakota Spotlight Podcast has released its Season 2 - A true crime story in 7 episodes telling the story of the tragic deaths of Wade and Ellen Zick who were murdered in July of 1976 in town of Zeeland, ND, population 300
What happened to Victor Newberry?
Podcast dives deep into 2014 death
LISTEN TO THE PODCAST Results from a seven month long private probe into a 2014 death in North Dakota will soon be released to the public in the form of a serialized audio podcast.
The 1977 Epping, ND Eagles now featured in podcast
North Dakota's own 'hoosiers' story lives strong
In 1977, the North Dakota Boys State B Basketball tournament found two drastically different teams in the championship final. The 'Cinderella' Epping Eagles, with a school enrollment of only 23 students became the darlings of the tournament as th
Best of the Midwest
ND Tourism - News
Some of America's most inspiring adventurers, including Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea and Theodore Roosevelt, left footprints i
Researches seek your baskteball stories
Researchers are seeking your favorite highschool basketball stories for publication, podcasts and books. Help us archive and celebrate the best of North Dakota high school basketball. MORE INFO HERE
Expand your mind in North Dakota in February
ND Tourism - News
Buddy, Roy, the Gravedigger and Karl. What are all of these guys doing in North Dakota in February? They’re here to entertain
Humanties outdoors
'THINK OUTSIDE' project in North Dakota
Looking for something different? Created by philosopher and North Dakota native Tayo Basquiat, think Outside is a program of the North Dakota Humanities Council. This program is about connecting North Dakotans with thought and beauty of our n
Root River Valley
Minnesota Travel
Lanesboro (120 miles southeast of the Twin Cities) stands at the heart of the area's paved multi-use trails, including the 42-mile Root River Valley Trail and the 18-mile Harmony-Preston Trail. Many travelers bring their own bikes, but you also can r
Cold Case of North Dakota - The Aberdeen Connection
22 year old Cold Case still a mystery
The mystery of what happened to Kristin Joy Diede, a native of Wishek, North Dakota and Robert Michael Anderson of Minnesota remains to be a puzzle. Recently, however, new interest in the case has created some attention in local media. A webs
Shakespeare in the Park
A comedy of Errors showing free to the public
Shakespeare is coming to North Dakota! Or at least his work is. Director Erin Weichel said she chose one of the Bard's comedies to offer a lighter contrast to past years' performances of his darker works, such as Hamlet and Macbeth. Erin has
Cowboy Poetry Gathering
Medora North Dakota hosts 29th Annual
Plans for the 29th annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering to be held Saturday, May 23 and Sunday, May 24, at the Medora Community Center are still being finalized. Bill Lowman, is the founder and director of the two day event. Individuals wanting more inf
Knife River Indian Villages
North Dakota's wonderful Historical Site
The northern plains Indians are the subject of this wonderful national historical site. It is located near Stanton, North Dakota about 1 hour's drive north-west of Bismarck. There are, at the Knife River Indian Villages National Historical Si
North Dakota Heritage Center
Adaptation Gallery: Geologic Time now open
If you live near Bismarck or plan on being in the area soon, don't miss the amazing new Gallery, 'Geologic Time'. Both animals and plans had to adapt or they simply did not survive the climate changes. Both monstrous sea creatures living in ocean
The Buffalo Museum in Jamestown North Dakota
Learn about the American Bison
If you are anywhere near Jamestown North Dakota on your next vacation, consider visiting the National Buffalo Museum. If you are travelling along I 94, perhaps on your way to or from Bismarck or Fargo, ND take advantage of a great place to both s
Almont, ND Lutefisk Norwegian supper
Over 800 served in small ND town
If you ever get the chance, don't miss the Almont Lutefisk feed. This annual supper is a fantastic gathering of (this year) over 800 people to celebrate the areas Norwegian heritage. Lutefisk is a traditional Scandinavian dish: a cod fish se