KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS Learn Kindness from Jesus- Regardless of Religion
This is the hardest week of the year to write my column. An entire Holy Week culminates with the celebration of Easter.
It should be a piece of cake: Say something about the gift of salvation or tell... Posted on 4/19/14 at 8:09 AM
MEDORA, NORTH DAKOTA July in Medora!
July in Medora, ND
The month of July marks the middle of the summer. If you haven't made it out to Medora yet, now is a great time! If you already have, come visit us again as there is so much more to... Posted on 6/26/12 at 11:39 AM
FARGO – Despite her doctor’s persistent reminders, Diane Kulzer kept putting off her first colonoscopy.
In fact, it took her doctor scheduling the screening for the 61-year-old Fargo woman for her to get it done.
SAN FRANCISCO – Sarah Christianson isn’t against western North Dakota’s booming oil development, but the photographer who grew up on a family farm near Hillsboro, N.D., has made it a mission to let everyone know just what the oil boom is doing to her homestate – and her belief that more oversight is needed to prevent permanent damage.
FARGO – Kaytlin Dargen and Nicole Mendoza walk the streets of Fargo in search of “people who look like they have something to say.”
Inspired by the “Humans of New York” photo blog by photographer Brandon Stanton, the two Fargo North High School juniors founded “Humans of Fargo” in March to expose the diversity of the city.
It’s called the Sister Code. It is that unspoken, undocumented list of rules silently adopted by siblings who grew up under the same roof, fought over the same Foreigner records and raided each other’s closets.
I awoke to find myself with a loaded hot glue gun in my hand. My face was covered with mango-flavored fondant. A single pipe cleaner was glued to my forehead. I reached into my pockets. They were filled with glitter. Most disturbingly, my breath reeked of cinnamon potpourri – and shame.
FARGO - When it came time to settle down, Stephanie Goetz knew she wanted to plant her roots in downtown Fargo. As a college student at the University of Minnesota, she coveted friends’ downtown dwellings, envious of their proximity to the heart of Minneapolis.
FARGO – First, it was “Wreck-It Ralph.” Then a month later, “Brave.”
The movies Chad Zimmer shows on his backyard movie screen might be modern, but watching them under the stars feels like a trip to times gone by, he says.
Traveling by train this summer? Here’s what you need to know
Fargo - My watch read 4 a.m. as I stood alone and groggy on the platform of downtown Fargo’s Amtrak station. Cold rain had started to fall, and I swore the sky in the east was starting to get light.
FARGO - Colleen Stevens has a knack for re-creating, and proof of her talent is sprinkled throughout her home. A $30 dresser that was once gaudy and “totally 1970s” is now painted white, updated with new hardware and looks like it came from Pottery Barn.
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