FARGO – International Women’s Day has always been special to Women’s Impact founder Chris Linnares.
Now she and her fellow volunteers are holding an event Saturday to celebrate the holiday, first officially recognized in the U.S. in 1994.
FARGO – Tonight, the Fargo Brewing Company is hosting an event to help young women and girls in Kenya “get their wings.”
Anyone willing to lend a hand can throw back a draw of Stone’s Throw or Wood Chipper ale while they cut, assemble and sew reusable fabric maxi pads.
FARGO – A music teacher and a military performer will bring some experience to Fargo Star 2014.
FARGO – A return to the gym in January meant the need for a new sports bra.
The two I’d found at Kohl’s just weren’t, well, holding up anymore. They weren’t even the right size, but they were the closest I could get at a department store.
FARGO – Temps were below freezing Saturday, but as far as sisters-in-law Marilyn Jensen and Leona Paulsrud are concerned, the Fargo Kiwanis Pancake Karnival is the area’s first sign of spring.
CASSELTON, N.D. – Feb. 14 may be for lovers, but Feb. 13 is for the ladies.
On “Galentine’s Day,” today, your relationship status doesn’t matter. All that matters is that you take the time to celebrate the women in your life.
MOORHEAD – The email’s subject line read, “Till Amerikanskan,” “To the American” in Swedish.
It came from someone who saw the note Moorhead installation artist Jill Johnson left at a church in Sweden asking for information about the woman in the photo she had labeled “Johanna’s mother.”
FARGO – “Frozen” fans no longer have to quietly hum along to themselves in theaters.
FARGO – I cursed my klutziness when I knocked my $30 Origins pressed powder off my dresser.
Price comparison. Coupons. Rewards clubs. Savings apps.
Consumers are always looking for ways to save, but sometimes, for some things, it’s not the best idea to go cheapest.
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