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The Sheyenne Valley Arts and Crafts Festival returns for its 44th year this weekend. This is an awesome festival and Fort Ransom is one of my favorites in all of North Dakota. Here’s the details from the SVACA: The Sheyenne Valley … Continue reading
Hey folks. I’m getting marred Sept. 24 in Jamestown. The thing is, my fiancee has tasked me with planning a fantastic honeymoon for us, and I have no idea where to go. We don’t want to go on our honeymoon … Continue reading
Sun Chief Photographer John M. Steiner was out and about in the country Tuesday getting pictures of water-saturated roads. This is what his pickup looked like as a result: Clearly, that truck had some fun.
I spotted this Chevrolet SUV in a local parking lot Sunday evening. According to the decals, it belongs to some storm spotters. Also, note the Oklahoma plate. It reminded me of a lot of late springs/early summers in Kansas when … Continue reading
People who don’t know any better like to joke that North Dakota is just some flat wasteland with no beauty to be beheld. With tough winters that cover everything in a blanket of grey for a good part of the … Continue reading
Up for review by special request this weeks is the Farmer’s Cafe in Dickey, N.D. Ginny Kleven asked me to feature this restaurant this week. She said of the owner:Â Â ”She does catering of the events that are held in the … Continue reading
Between the blizzards and the wind, it’s easy to get downhearted. So here’s a picture to cheer you up. Â For a bit more about events out by Chase Lake, read on.
There’s a gun show this weekend at the North Dakota National Guard Armory (Map of location here)Â in Carrington, N.D.Â The show is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. I went … Continue reading