WYNDMERE, N.D. - John Kuchera says he’s not a public speaker and he isn’t very comfortable in front of a crowd, yet he’s drawn to auctioneering. The 41-year-old from Wyndmere says while some guys are naturally comfortable in front of people, he’s not one of them. But for Kuchera, it’s different when he’s bid calling.
FARGO – Georgia Grinaker used to live on a farm and would often prepare meals for a number of people.
But now that it’s just her and her husband, Grinaker says cooking is more of a challenge.
WEST FARGO - Six years after celebrating its 50th anniversary, Bobcat Co. is gearing up to hit another major milestone. The West Fargo-based company’s one millionth loader will roll of the assembly line sometime this summer.
FARGO – There was a time not long ago when Danie Remmick couldn’t even bring herself to shower more than once a week.
“It was just one more thing to do on top of everything else,” said the 30-year-old Fargo mom who works in the nonprofit sector.
FARGO - Senay Simsek wants North Dakota’s wheat quality to be the best in the world. The North Dakota State University associate professor and cereal scientist in the Department of Plant Sciences is in charge of the hard red spring wheat quality laboratories at NDSU.
Fargo -- Rachel Gillen has always vaccinated her kids.
FARGO - JM Grain, a grain buyer in Garrison, N.D., exports to 12 to 15 countries. The company, which purchases and sells chickpeas, lentils, feed peas, green peas, yellow peas and seed, hopes to soon add one more to the list.
FARGO – Maylynn Warne is showing up on posters across the country.
The 38-year-old Fargo woman posed for the March of Dimes and United States Department of Health and Human Services to promote a program called Text4baby, a free mobile information service designed to promote maternal and child health.
MOORHEAD – As a high school student, his name was all over the place.
Andrew Chen was a National Merit Scholar, 4.0 grade-point-average student, and was one of five senior high students in Minnesota chosen for the Department of Education’s Scholars of Distinction in Mathematics in 2006.
GOODRICH, N.D. - When she started selling flax seed in 1999, Stephanie Stober did it through craft shows and home-and-garden events. If the phone rang once a week for an order, Stober thought she was doing well.
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