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Local and state officials and others met to coordinate planning to meet infrastructure and other needs that will come from increased visitorship to Medora when the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library opens in 2026.
Daniel Muus was named the first-ever chief development officer for the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation in Medora, and Kjersti Armstrong was named a board member.
Hiking opportunities beckon outdoor enthusiasts to the Badlands of western North Dakota to join Teddy Roosevelt actor on two novel Point-to-Point hikes.
"Coming Home" columnist Jessie Veeder reflects on the magic and scenery of Medora, North Dakota.
Television program ‘Dakota Cowboy,’ hosted by Belfield native "Wild" Bill Palanuk, highlights the history of western North Dakota's unique characters, resounding legacies and many attractions.
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As Theodore Roosevelt National Park mulls a new plan for managing the horse herd — that could reduce the number of horses significantly or remove them entirely — advocates urge them to maintain a genetically healthy population.

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“There’s a little bit of something for everyone. You come with your family, your kids can find something, the moms can find something, the dads can find something,” Jessica Quandt, owner of JQ Clothing, said.
The wild horses at Theodore Roosevelt National Park have a mixed pedigree shaped by the likes of Sitting Bull, a flamboyant French aristocrat and a wealthy Pennsylvanian who started a massive ranch in western North Dakota.
“It gets pretty tear-filled,” Muddy 4 A Cause President Jessie Brost said.

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