North Dakota National Historic Sites

The state of North Dakota is largely crafted by Old West legendary heroes, early pioneers, and hard-working immigrants from many parts of the world. All these people created a heritage and left a legacy that continues to our days. Look at the following historically significant North Dakota sites and find out more about the things […]

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Golf, and Other Four-Letter Words

I’d be the first to admit that I golf pretty much the way I play basketball. Which is to say, I don’t. It isn’t that I have anything against golf as a hobby or sport or whatever people want to insist that it is. In fact, I think golf is a marvelous way to spend […]

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Remarkable North Dakota Wineries

Thinking of wines and wineries, we usually visualize the beautiful and lush vineyards of California’s Napa Valley, the Rioja region in Spain, the Burgundy and Bordeaux vineyards in France, or the Tuscany area in Italy. The truth is, however, that a great number of remarkable North Dakota wineries. Though occasionally winter weather may be slightly harmful […]

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Why study in North Dakota?

Enjoy the beautiful natural scenery, wide open lands, historical sites, museums, and natural treasures. Take full advantage of four seasons ranging from fun winter sports to summer activities under sunny skies. Breathe clean air in one of the least polluted states in the US. To get an impression, check out this video about the aviation […]

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What to expect in North Dakota

North Dakota is home to 4 unique seasons, or some say 2 (winter and construction season). In the winter, it’s extremely cold. You must be very careful while traveling. In the summer it’s very humid. Most would say it’s hot, but in all reality, it’s well below normal. Check out also this great John Oliver […]

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Want To Come Ice Fishing In North Dakota?

Just when it seemed like it’s over, the action on the prairie potholes continues….on perch and northern pike that is. Well, it looks like old man winter decided to get the last laugh this year and brought us some of the coldest weather of the season…in March. While it is tough to lose sight of […]

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Eddy County Troubles?

The sheriff of Eddy County (North Dakota’s smallest county) has been giving all he’s got to protect his beautiful area from growing drug abuse over recent years. He is out on the county’s streets enforcing a lot more traffic stops in an effort to reduce or totally stop drug traffickers. This increased enforcement, though, has […]

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What To See In Eddy County, North Dakota

Eddy County, North Dakota, has a population of 2,368. It counts nearly 650 square miles and contains the communities of New Rockford (county seat) and Sheyenne, as well as the townships of Cherry Lake, Bush, Columbia, Eddy, Colvin, Gates, Freeborn, Grandfield, Munster, Hillsdale, Lake Washington, Paradise, Rosefield, Pleasant Prairie, Sheldon, Tiffany, and Superior. Edyy County’s […]

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What To Do In New Rockford, Eddy County

New Rockford, North Dakota, (population 1400) is a true cultural hotspot. The town boasts music venues and theater shows, fine art classes, wine tastings evening, and a nicely restored historic movie theater that features the latest sound equipment and a brand-new digital projection system. Eddy County Museum 115 1st Avenue N, New Rockford, ND 58356, Phone: 701-947-2205 […]

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Falling for Autumn

As an unusually sweaty person, I love fall. Walking around outside, it’s as if the whole world were pleasantly air-conditioned. When I wear sweaters, I don’t look like I just fell off a boat and crawled out of a lake. My face isn’t all red, my hair isn’t flat, and I can enjoy a warm […]

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