FARGO – “Your Day, Your Decision” is a motto taken seriously by owners of Your Day by Nicole, a new bridal store in downtown Fargo.
FARGO – There is no doubt that snow is good for people in the snow removal business, but even they sometimes get to the point where enough is enough.
Darcy Byrne, director of operations for All Terrain, a lawn care and snow removal business based in Fargo, says it can be hard to schedule life when your job revolves around the weather.
FARGO – Growing up, Janet Bonn was always interested in working in the medical field because she wanted to help people. She liked the idea of working with doctors and nurses, but she didn’t see either profession as the right fit.
FARGO – This week, Gate City Bank became the third bank within in a year to open along the Veterans Boulevard corridor between Fargo and West Fargo and the 20th to open in the metro area since 2004.
MOORHEAD – One could say Elyse Michelle has been doing makeup for clients since she was still in grade school. She was in just fifth grade when her older sister asked her to do her hair and makeup for homecoming.
Today she operates her own makeup studio in the Moorhead Center Mall.
Cliff Deery, entering his 17th year as a carrier for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, is no stranger to early mornings.
FARGO – Consumers will not be left in the dark by a Jan. 1 ban on the production of traditional 40- and 60-watt light bulbs.
FARGO – Camilla Jamal understands firsthand the needs of the people she serves. She knows what it is like not to understand the community’s language or its culture. She can also relate to the shock of someone’s first Minnesota winter.
FARGO - Private and business aircraft use has taken off across the state of North Dakota. The number of private and business aircrafts registered in the state has increased almost 20 percent since 2008, said Kyle Wanner, an airport planner with the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission.
HAVANA, N.D. - Eugene and Joe Breker boast that the Coteau des Prairies Lodge and the surrounding farm and pastureland where they grew up is the “second most beautiful place in all of North Dakota.”
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