FARGO – Aspiring designers put their “Passion for Green Fashion” on display at West Acres this past month for the mall’s third annual contest.
BARNESVILLE, Minn. - Last summer, Jackie Bekkerus joined her family on the beach for the first time.
Thanks to a special beach wheelchair provided by HOPE Inc., the 15-year-old Barnesville girl was able to venture into the water with her parents and three sisters.
FARGO – Recreation specialist Jordan Clementson has heard parents of special-needs kids say things like, “We get a parks brochure and we don’t think it applies to us, so it goes in the garbage.”
FARGO – Mascara has an FDA-recommended shelf life of three months.
But how many women actually chuck their tubes of lash-enhancer after 90 days? My guess is not many.
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - With the help of a family friend, Beth Hedstrom had a total bra makeover three years ago.
After a proper fitting, she felt and looked better. Even her husband noticed, exclaiming, “Wow, you can really tell the difference!”
FARGO – The Prairie Roots Food Cooperative is one step closer to reaching its goal of getting organic, locally produced food into local families’ homes.
The group has been active and meeting regularly since its kickoff last year, and held its first annual meeting last month.
FARGO - Audra Kutz says she looked older at 30 than she does at 40, and she credits her healthy lifestyle.
“If you’re working out and eating right, you can wear a burlap sack and wash your face with soap and you’ll look great,” she says.
BISMARCK - For six months, Addison Czapiewski was her mom’s “office assistant” at her job with the Bismarck Police Department.
“My co-workers absolutely loved her. They would stop by my office just to see her,” mom Tammy Czapiewski says.
FARGO – With small, almond-shaped eyes and short, blond eyelashes, I need all the help I can get making my eyes stand out.
FARGO – March may have gone out like a shivering little lamb, but we heard its loud lion’s roar all month long.
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