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  • Bully Pulpit Golf Course set to open mid-May with two brand-new holes
    The following story first appeared in our new print publication, Notes From the Trail. ~ After a year of diligent work to secure the long-term future of Bully Pulpit Golf Course, golfers have much to look forward to in the coming season — including two brand-new holes and an improved, championship-level experience. “After being a […]
  • How a teddy bear from Teddy Roosevelt made a family’s visit to Medora extra-special
    At the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, nothing makes us happier than hearing people’s “Medora stories.” This particular story — of Teddy Roosevelt, a teddy bear, and a young girl named Lily — has us smiling today. Watch the video above to hear Lily’s great-grandparents, Mike and Marianne, share the story of a visit to Medora […]
  • Paving a Path Forward at Bully Pulpit: Cart Path Concrete Provider Wins National Award
    Dickinson Ready Mix, a company with decades of history supporting the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation, was in the national spotlight this spring thanks in part to a project at Bully Pulpit Golf Course. In March of 2022, Scott Olin, the President and General Manager of Dickinson Ready Mix, was named the Concrete Pavement Promoter of […]
  • Reflecting on the April 1st, 2021 wildfire — and the heroic people who saved Medora
    As the calendar turns from March to April, we can’t help but remember what was happening exactly one year ago today, on April 1st, 2021. A spark from a sagging power line southwest of Medora grew into a wildfire that tore across the rain-deprived Badlands. “It outran us at just about every corner,” remembers Doug […]
  • “The Medora Connection” & help for Ukraine in the news
    “It’s not about the job, it’s about the people.” Yarema Slonevskyy In the last week, the story of how friendships made in Medora have led to substantial help for people caught in the war between Ukraine and Russia has spread across North Dakota. On March 25th, KFYR-TV aired a feature story on Yarema Slonevskyy and […]

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