Mary Beth Collier came into possession of two metal lawn chairs from her mother about 25 years ago.
Kenneth Griffis wanted a steam engine of his own, so he and his grandfather, Jim Briden, went to the drawing board to design one that they built together.
As the crowd of softball fans looked out toward the players in the outfield and beyond, two large circular ventilation fans in a greenhouse beyond the fence appeared to stare back at the crowd on the North Dakota State University campus.
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“I’m not sure which is worse: deer or rabbits,” says Julie Tunheim, left, as she takes a break from digging up some of last year’s potatoes that were left in the community garden plots in Pelican Rapids, Minn.
‘I’ve always been interested in the rehabilitation of horses,” Megan Vikesland said as she patiently runs her hands and fingers over the neck area of Faren, an Appaloosa.
Nestled in the back corner of an industrial space that has seen a mix of different businesses over the years, Mackenzie Kouba sits at several easels working with oil paints.
A brand-new digital projector has been installed at the Fargo Theatre just in time for the Fargo Film Festival, which runs Tuesday through Saturday.
As the frigid winter temperature hovers around 10 degrees below zero, with a wind chill of about 20 below and an outdoor color palette of white and gray, Xianwen Zhu’s work includes time surrounded by tall green plants of wheat in a set of greenhouses that are kept at a temperature of 70 to 80 degrees.
“Every dog has its own personality,” Bob Boyum of Fargo says as he plays fetch with Bailey, a black mixed Lab puppy.
The 35th annual North Dakota State University Madrigal Dinners this past weekend were the scene for announcing the homage of Ye Boar’s Head and passing the wassail bowl.
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