I came of age during a time of protests, so the current tension our nation is facing, while upsetting, isn’t new. Our news sources weren’t as constant and immediate as they are now, but we heard enough to know change was needed. It’s hard to believe that was 50 years ago...
One of the reports I did after starting work at KXMB-TV in Bismarck in the late summer of 1969 was about a Japanese trade team visiting North Dakota. The group was led by Paul Sone, a Japanese national who worked at the U.S. Wheat Associates office in Tokyo.
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It is almost hard to believe that our election issue of North Dakota Living is here. But with early voting options, more and more people are choosing to cast their ballots well before Election Day.
Welcome to North Dakota Living's Calendar of Events on the Web! The following events were submitted by our readers/subscribers. It's an excellent way to publicize your community's event!
North Dakota Living is recognizing history this month, with stories about women in agriculture and the beginnings of the Bank of North Dakota. In that vein, we thought it appropriate to look back on our own history, as the magazine of North Dakota’s electric cooperatives since 1954.