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StoryCorps is at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck!

Record an interview with a loved one June 28-July 27, and have it archived in the Library of Congress! Reserve your time in the MobileBooth today.


North Dakota mineral resources director Lunn Helms called Friday’s “Director’s Cut” briefing “one of the most encouraging reports we’ve had in over three years.” Get the story from the Prairie Public NewsRoom.

The concept is simple: Get eight people from a group that’s in the news and set up conversations and ask questions in one-to-one conversations. It’s like speed dating that promotes civil discourse. This fall … Ask A Native American. Learn more and sign up here.

Millions of Americans served in World War I — soldiers, sailors, nurses — and many at home provided support, suffered scarcities, and grieved for loved ones lost. The United States entered the Great War 100 years ago on April 6. We’re commemorating this anniversary with Dakota Datebook Stories: The Great War—stories from North Dakota thanks to historian Jim Davis and other Dakota Datebook writers.

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