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Posted by Mark Wilson on July 09, 2019
One of the best parts about living in this beautiful state is the never-ending amount of places you can go horseback riding. Whether you’re looking for a scenic trail or rugged terrain to challenge your skills, it's easy to find what suits your needs. Here is a guide on some of the most... Read More
Posted by Alicia Ewen on December 17, 2018
Breweries of all kinds (like Dialectic Brewing above) are sprouting up like hops in the Bismarck-Mandan area. So let’s take a tour down one of our capital’s craft beer lanes.  Dialectic Brewing Company 416 W. Main St., Mandan If you want to send your taste buds on a roller coaster, this is... Read More
Posted by Sara Otte Coleman on November 19, 2018
A trip to Fargo is never a good time to cut calories, as the variety of choices for foodies continues to grow.  With so much growth in the southern part of West Fargo, restaurants have popped up to meet a growing demand. Sports fans heading to Scheels Arena, West Fargo Sheyenne or Fargo... Read More
Posted by Scooter Pursley on September 26, 2018
There’s a saying among motorcycle enthusiasts – and I’m sure other travelers: It’s the journey, not the destination. But when that destination is a place that serves up good food, football and foliage, it might be the reason for the journey. A recent Saturday dawned cool and sunny. Cool enough,... Read More
Posted by Kim Schmidt on June 06, 2017
How long does a sturgeon live? Are these big fish swimming in our lakes? Why are they called rainbow fish? These are just a few of the many questions fired off to staff at the second annual Hatchery Fun Day at the Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery and Aquarium. The hatchery staff... Read More
Posted by Scooter Pursley on June 01, 2017
 Several years ago when I had work that required travel between Bismarck and Fargo, I always made it a point to return home late in the evening, well after dark, for millions of reasons: the stars. Perception has changed in recent years, slowly, but it is changing. What used to be “There is... Read More
Posted by Mathias Jung on May 31, 2017
     I’ve heard a lot about her and so we can call her legendary. It was quite the sight to see the 38-foot-high, 50-foot-long, largest-Holstein-cow-on-earth named Salem Sue up close and personal. Dairymen, farmers and area businesses pooled resources to build the cow as a hallmark... Read More
Posted by Scooter Pursley on May 24, 2017
   There was a time many years ago when summer semi-pro or minor league baseball was all around North Dakota. In the "Good Old Days" you had to be at the ballpark, listen to the radio or read the paper to find out if the Pards or Barons or Rattlers, and so on, won last night. Now with... Read More
Posted by Scooter Pursley on May 09, 2017
No matter where in the world young French tour operator Amandine goes in years to come, North Dakota will always have a place in her heart. It has to. North Dakota is the first state Amandine toured on her first visit to the United States after her first International Roundup.... Read More
Posted by Scooter Pursley on May 07, 2017
Have you ever stopped in on a road a few feet away from a large buffalo - OK bison, but we like to call them buffalo - and swore he was bobbing his head to Gordon Lightfoot music. It happed to me on a recent FAM tour. I swear. Rolling through the North Unit of Theodore Roosevelt in a sweltering... Read More
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