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In the dead of winter on the North Dakota prairie, I find beauty across the vast landscape.

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Jell-O "salads" and other gelatin creations have always had a place at my table. A lifelong North Dakotan, I grew up with Jell-O at potlucks, just like most...

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The days are getting shorter, which means I'm up before the sun peeks over the North Dakota prairie. My morning routine involves sipping coffee and scurrying around...

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I agree completely with North Dakota’s designation as the ...

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If life finds you at the far edge of the United States, up by Bottineau, North Dakota, plan to have your feet in two worlds: literally, at a 2,300-acre border-crossing garden, and figuratively,...
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Home to North Dakota State University, Fargo packs in thoughtful museums, independent stores and peaceful spaces.
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The Missouri River runs wild as it cuts through rugged valleys and high plains, inspiring adventurers to travel the trails blazed by the great tribes and Lewis and Clark.
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Cowboy-themed, family-oriented Medora makes a great base for a visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
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It’d be easy to miss the mist in Sam Simonsen’s eyes because you’d be so charmed by his smile. Or by the apple-red Norwegian sweater he doffs each morning during...

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Medora makes a good base to explore the badlands of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Other things to do in the area include seeing the Burning Hills Amphitheatre’s Medora Musical and biking the Maah...

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