(Bismarck, ND) -- The new North Dakota Blue Book is out.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger unveiled the 34th edition of the publication Tuesday, along with Governor Doug Burgum. The book has been published every two years since 1995 and is a collection of state facts and history written by volunteers.
This edition has a featured chapter on state parks. It also highlights presidential visits to North Dakota, the centennial of the state-owned Mill and Elevator, and beekeeping.
The governor and secretary took time out during the reveal to recognize the dozens of volunteers who contributed to the Blue Book.