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Story Behind The Story: Historic Home Has Ties To Fargo’s Early Pioneers

Part of what makes writing about an historic home is the story it tells through its various owners. Julie Snortland’s home at 705 10th St. S. is stately and gorgeous but far more interesting than its beautiful wood floors and leaded glass windows is the home’s connection to some of Fargo’s earliest pioneers. Snortland has…
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Halloween: It’s Not Just For Kids

I went through a period in my junior high and high school days when I thought dressing up for Halloween was something only elementary school kids did. In college, I realized Halloween is most certainly NOT just for children. I assumed that once I entered the working world, Halloween would be a non-starter. However, my…
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Spreading Wellness One Cup Of Tea At A Time

I want to like coffee. I really do. I just can’t handle the taste of black coffee, no matter how delicious a brewing flavored coffee smells. That’s why my coffee contains the equivalent amount of sugar as six candy bars pilfered from my son’s Halloween haul. I do enjoy tea tthough. I typically sweeten it…
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Local Woman Inspires Hope In Others

Have you ever known someone was great, simply because of mutual friends you’re both acquainted with? That’s the case of Rachel Stone. I met her once at a birthday celebration for Kristi Huber, and while we didn’t get to know each other in the few minutes we exchanged pleasantries, I had a sense that Rachel…
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It’s BiZon, Not Bison In Fargo

After transplanting from South Dakota to Fargo as a freshman in college, I quickly learned the correct way to say “NDSU Bison.” It took all of about three seconds of being on a bleeding-green-and-gold campus to realize that saying it any other way would immediately alert my “native” friends of my outsider status. By the…
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