A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA A Neighborhood Boy with No Parents Around
Last night I was walking home when a faint voice got my attention. I looked toward the houses on my left and saw a boy looking at me sitting on the steps of a house.
"What's that?" I asked back.
"Yo... Posted on 9/4/12 at 9:53 AM
MS. SIMPLICITY Lesson In What Comes In Must Go Out
This week I worked with a client who had 3 days to clear every single thing out of their house because of a pending natural disaster. During those 3 sleepless days things were thrown in boxes and ... Posted on 8/2/12 at 5:53 PM
UND NEWS BLOG Site for new UND alumni center wins State Board approval
The State Board of Higher Education has approved today (Nov. 4) the site plan for the proposed new home of Alumni Center on the University of North Dakota campus.
The board gave approval to build t... Posted on 11/4/10 at 1:22 PM
A Lake Region mother says her daughter is alive because of the care she received at Sanford Health in Fargo. Now she's sharing her journey with students to inspire them to raise $100,000 for the hospital's neonatal unit.
Hundreds of area children will get toys for Christmas this year thanks to the Grand Forks Salvation Army and its donors. On Wednesday the Salvation Army handed out toys, clothes and food to those in need. Despite some generous gifts, the Army is still in need of donations if they are to meet with fundraising goal.
A retired farmer had a reputation in his small Minnesota town for being very frugal. So, members of the community were surprised when checks totaling $3 million began showing up around Le Roy, Minn., following the death of 94-year-old resident Loren Krueger.
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