Well, all sports are played in North Dakota; however, there are no teams associated with professional sports leagues (NFL, NHL, etc...). There are teams which play Baseball in the American Association and the University of North Dakota has NCAA Division-I sports in Football, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, and others under the school name of "The Fighting Sioux" of which there is much debate.
North Dakota is 70,700 miles in area.
North Dakota is the only state in the United States that does not require the citizens to register to vote. In North Dakota, it is usually the decision of the county seat, whether or not citizens have to register to vote.
The Flickertail State was a nickname proposed for North Dakota in 1953 and referred to the abundant ground squirrels in the state. The official nickname of North Dakota is The Peace Garden State.
There are only two states in the US that begins with the word north the state of North Dakota and North Carolina.
North Dakota's capital is Bismarck.
Soccer and Lacrosse
Hockey,ice skating,and foot-ball
Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada are to the north of North Dakota and North Dakota is to the north of South Dakota.
North Dakota is up by the border of Canada, Wyoming is just next to South Dakota.
It is an analogy. North Carolina is to South Carolina as North Dakota is to South Dakota.
North Dakota is north of South Dakota.
The US state of North Dakota is north of South Dakota.
No, North Dakota does not "pay you to live there". If you are an employee of the state of North Dakota then you would get paid to work in North Dakota by the state of North Dakota.
Only North Dakota shares a border with Canada.
The largest institutions in North Dakota are North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota.
The state of North Dakota is north (or above) the state of South Dakota.