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Rural singers join voices for community cantata

CASSELTON, N.D. – Singers from different congregations have been coming together for more than 40 years to join their voices for the community chorus’ cantata for Easter.

INFORUM, 04/11/2014

New foundation provides strength, longevity to post-frame buildings

MOORHEAD - E­ven after harsh winter blizzards, post-frame buildings remain standing when other structures might be felled by the region’s wind and weather, said Tom Janke, manager of the Morton Buildings Moorhead construction center.

INFORUM, 04/11/2014

Transforming eggs into works of art

Fargo artist has been practicing Ukrainian egg decorating for 30 years
FARGO – When it comes to egg decorating, MaryJo Cayley doesn’t just dye eggs, she creates elaborate works of art.

INFORUM, 04/09/2014

HerVoice: Amenia, N.D., native earns riflery accolades

AMENIA, N.D. – At just 19 years old, Dacotah Faught is among the top collegiate-level shots in the country. The Amenia native is a freshman and member of the rifle team at Tennessee Martin University, and she recently took eighth place in the National Collegiate Athletic Association National Rifle Championship.

INFORUM, 04/05/2014

Women landowners face unique challenges

MEDINA, N.D. - The number of female farmers and landowners is growing, but some say those women are not always empowered to make or enforce decisions about what happens on their land. “It is amazing to me what happens out there,” said Sue Balcom, who is trying to help change that.

INFORUM, 04/04/2014

5 Spot: Tips to avoid overindulging your children

The Village Family Service Center says delayed gratification is an important skill for children to learn, and overindulgence can result in an inability to delay gratification.

INFORUM, 04/03/2014

Too much of a good thing?: Eating healthy can become unhealthy obsession

FARGO - It starts off as a seemingly healthy habit: eating more vegetables and avoiding foods with artificial colors, preservatives, unhealthy fats, sugars or added salt.

INFORUM, 03/30/2014

Her Voice: From North High to the Navy

FARGO –Elizabeth Karlins went straight from dorms, studying and finals to learning how to drive a war ship. The 26-year-old Fargo North graduate is a Navy lieutenant junior grade serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the country’s multi-mission combat ships, the San Diego-based guided missile destroyer USS Higgins.

INFORUM, 03/29/2014

Are boys being left behind in push for girl power?

FARGO - Google the phrase “girl power” and you’ll read about empowerment, confidence and strengthening relationships. Search “boy power” and you’re likely to find information about a recliner, a superhero comic or hip-hop radio show.

INFORUM, 03/29/2014

Fargo 10-year-old wins $1,000 for colossal cabbage

FARGO - Last summer Jada Wraalstad grew a 16-pound cabbage, and she recently won $1,000 for her efforts. The 10-year-old fourth-grader at Clara Barton-Hawthorne Elementary School in Fargo grew the cabbage as part of the national Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program.

INFORUM, 03/28/2014

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