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  • Finding joy making wooden toys+

    David Myrvik has always enjoyed working with wood. He used to purchase a woodworking magazine and construct some of the projects he found inside. “But...

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    The Fireplace Store has new showroom+

    They have been keeping homes warm and cozy in the lakes area since 1997 The days are getting shorter and the nights are getting...

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    A Blonde’s Perspective: Drivers training didn’t end in high school+

    I’m feeling old again. My oldest grandchild is 15 and has his drivers’ permit. It seems like Jordan was just a baby a few...

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    Remembering Maris+

    Legendary hitter grew up in Fargo, still holds American League home run record Located in the Holy Cross Cemetery in Fargo is a black...

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    The Postscript: Second sunset+

    I spent the last couple weeks visiting my parents. I’ve been lucky in the parent department. It’s fashionable to recall some pivotal incident that...

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    ‘Age Well’ brings more programs to more seniors+

    The Ulen Senior Center hosted a special launch party for a brand new program last month. Eric Bergerson was the keynote speaker. Bergerson talked...

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    A TV family reunion+

    Former KCMT-TV team reminisces about moments both on and off the air Take two former anchormen, a popular radio personality who was the last local...

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    Revisiting unique NYC+

    Memories flood back with each visit Every year I revisit my old neighborhood in Manhattan. My late husband and I lived in Greenwich Village for...

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    ‘I got so much relief from my pain’+

    Orthopedics program at Tri-County Health Care thriving after first year The orthopedics program at Tri-County Health Care in Wadena reached its one-year mark this month,...

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    ‘Death by slow trickle’+

    Family’s struggle with Alzheimer’s Disease In 1906, a German doctor named Alois Alzheimer described a peculiar disease of the brain that would later carry his...

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    Helping families, bringing comfort through the toughest of times+

    One of the most difficult times in a person’s life is making preparations following a loved one’s death. The experienced staff at Harvey Anderson &...

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    Fifty years of camping+

    We have met some great people over the years’ There’s something about enjoying the outdoors and visiting with good friends while sitting around a...

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    My Perspective: Wristband day! (for adults?)+

    We hit the “fair scene” pretty hard this year. As a family we have been to two county fairs and two of my boys...

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    Waite Park veteran honored by France+

    July 1 was no ordinary day for Boyd Sorenson of Waite Park, or his family, friends and others who gathered to celebrate him. It...

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    Train enthusiasts recreate a vanishing era+

    Dale Hedlund received his first electric train when he was 5 years old, on Christmas 1946. Sharing the train with his brother, who was...

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    Life is a Daring Adventure: Conquering Kilimanjaro+

    West Fargo man climbed to the peak of famed mountain Ron Sorum of West Fargo learned that climbing a mountain for a flatlander can...

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    New statue of literary legend unveiled+

    Sinclair Lewis returned to the town of his birth on July 1, standing on the lawn of the Sinclair Lewis Library clutching a book,...

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