I suppose nobody from my time who travelled with his thumb could forget the experience. I was only 15 when I first hitch-hiked my way on a 500-mile jaunt diagonally across North Dakota.
What is the only fever a doctor can’t cure? The same fever everyone gets after a long, bitter winter. Spring fever is a very common thing in North Dakota.
Everyone has those days that make you feel like utter trash. The kind of day where you want to stay in bed and never get up.
What is the most bizarre stereotype about North Dakota that you have ever heard? Was it the one where we still drive a horse and buggy? Or the one about how it is just a frozen wasteland?
3:20 couldn't come fast enough! Being only six years old, it was very difficult waiting for something I wanted. Even though it wasn't easy, I stood patiently watching as the seconds on the clock slowly clicked by.
There’s a sadness to summer. It’s more of a whisper, a feeling that flits by on wings of a butterfly, barely perceptible.
By Hal Hase
By all accounts, my father-in-law, Harold, was the “best shot” in Oliver County. Whether he was hunting a pheasant on the fly, or a deer on the run, he would hit his target.
by Erika Dyk
"It is because I have been shown great kindness--
I feel compelled to pass it on."
"That is how kindness works, isn't it?" She speaks greatness onto that kindness word.