FARGO - When Sandra Bodek was a little girl, she plucked the eyelashes from her dolls.
By the time she was 9, she was plucking her own. Her hair-pulling moved to her scalp around age 10.
FARGO – Before a game, former North Dakota State University women’s basketball coach Amy Ruley would ask her players, “Who wants to win?”
Of course, everyone’s hands went up. Then she’d ask, “Who wants to prepare to win?”
FARGO – While visiting a friend in Las Vegas, Jenn Jensen kept coming across signs for Thunder From Down Under.
FARGO – While on vacation in September, Diana Barta and her husband walked over 80 miles.
FARGO – Ours is a society of screens.
We spend hours at our computers at work, hours at our computers at home, and hours on our phones and tablets in between.
FARGO – Christy Jelinek’s daughter, Ashlyn, was scared to learn something was wrong with her when she was diagnosed with scoliosis in 2012.
FARGO - Donors and supporters packed The Hotel Donaldson on Thursday night for the sold-out event marking the end of the monthlong Bras on Broadway fundraiser.
FARGO – Two years ago, Lonna Whiting’s sister-in-law called to tell her, “We need to get your mom’s brain checked out.” At the time, Whiting’s mother, Beth Gregory, was 59 years old and running a day care business out of her home.
When I was a kid, Halloween was easy. I loved to read, and I had a mom who loved to sew.
FARGO - Spend Halloween weekend in downtown Fargo and you’ll lose count of the sexy nurses, come-hither cops and provocative cats.
And it’s not just the old costume standbys. It seems anything can skew sexy.
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