Fargo - A morning run. Hot coffee. Sunshine.
Taking time to recognize the small (and big) things in life can help people sleep better, exercise more regularly and feel better about their lives as a whole, according to researchers at the University of California, Davis.
FARGO – Carrie Baumgartner’s style is simple with a subtle, edgy twist.
The 31-year-old women’s swimwear and outerwear buyer for Scheels All Sports fancies classic silhouettes and funky details.
FARGO - Leia Bohl is moving to Laramie, Wyo., but Ryan Kelly’s staying in Fargo.
FARGO – Most days, Nikki Fjerstad has at least six pairs of shoes in her office.
FARGO – On New Year’s Eve, Trever Hill’s taking a tip from “Auld Lang Syne” and welcoming 2014 with old and new friends. “Looking around a room and seeing all of my friends – that’s what it’s all about. Us being together,” says Hill, who owns Fargo interior decorating business Home Suite Couture.
Fargo - Radiant Orchid bloomed just in time for 2014.
FARGO – As South Sudan native Gat-Kier Machar was getting ready for work at Concordia College in Moorhead, he received a devastating phone call from a friend.
FARGO – Even though he likes to dress well, Aaron Wimmer doesn’t like shopping.
MOORHEAD - As Afghan children looked on, Cheryl Wachenheim blew up rubber gloves to resemble balloons.
Fargo - At a farm equipment auction in early December, Emily Gustafson’s six-month baby bump prompted a stranger to ask her if she was “bred.”
The 31-year-old uncomfortably replied, “Yes,” and the man remarked that she looked like it, and then walked away. After the awkward exchange, Gustafson felt uneasy.
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