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Her Voice: Fargo teen makes own prom dresses

FARGO – For her past two proms, Ellen Solberg’s dresses have been truly unique. That’s because the 17-year-old Fargo North High School junior designed and sewed her dresses herself.

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Helpful hint: How to teach your kids to say they’re sorry … and MEAN IT

As a mother of two young kids I often find myself telling them to apologize to each other. While they’re pretty good about saying “sorry” and forgiving each other, I often wonder if they understand the importance and purpose of apologizing and forgiveness.

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Sound technology helps farmers’ planting accuracy

FARGO - Skips, or unplanted areas in a field, can be costly and unsightly. But a Fargo-based company is using acoustic technology to help farmers skip skips. Intelligent Agricultural Solutions’ Wireless Blockage and Flow Monitor uses acoustic technology to immediately notify air seeder operators of blockages or reduced flow of seed or fertilizer through an iPad app.

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Her Voice: Fargo great-grandmother to release first album

FARGO – Paula Larsen has always loved to sing, but she never did much with it beyond church choirs and the occasional talent show – until now. At 68 years old, the Fargo great-grandmother is putting out her first album. “Legacy” is a compilation of jazz, gospel, and American Pop Standards from the 1950s through the 80s.

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VIDEO: New film to document six young farmers and ranchers

FARGO - A soon-to-be-released documentary reveals what life is like for six young farmers and ranchers from across the United States who are responsible for running their farming businesses.

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Making a Scene: Fargo South grad starring in ‘Rock of Ages’

FARGO – Trollwood alumna Becca Kotte is living her dream starring in the musical “Rock of Ages” at The Venetian in Las Vegas.

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Her Voice: Writing teaches teen about self, culture

MAHNOMEN, Minn. – Isabella Griffin says she’s always been told she’s a great writer. Now she has proof. The 18-year-old White Earth Tribal & Community College student recently took second place in the first writing competition she’s ever entered.

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Self-sabotage: What to do when you are your own worst enemy

FARGO - Stacey Rzaszutak wanted to lose weight. But when she was feeling down, she’d eat to feel better. Instead, she would just end up feeling worse. “Then I’ve got a stomach ache and I don’t feel good about myself,” she said.

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Sisters bond over shared love of horseback riding

FARGO - Horseback riding was an important part of growing up for the Speikermeier sisters. Paul and Ardys Spiekermeier’s daughters Ann Geiszler, Mary Bartholomay, Polly Lindemann and Beth Lange spent hours exploring with their horses, riding in parades and sneaking out of the house for midnight rides.

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Yoga helps Fargo woman through recovery from alcoholism

FARGO – Yoga helps Alicia Waldoch recharge, calm down and take a step back from the craziness of the world. It has also helped the 39-year-old Fargo woman with her recovery from alcoholism, she said.

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The Real Deal

He has been Colorado State’s men’s basketball coach for less than nine months, yet somehow Tim Miles has captured the fascination of the Fort Collins faithful – to the degree that some are already wondering how long he will be their coach.

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Bison may get postseason chance

Earning a postseason tournament berth may be possible for North Dakota State’s men’s basketball team after all.