Daryl Best will be wearing his dress blues as he commands the West Fargo VFW Post 7564 Color Guard for this morning’s Memorial Day program in West Fargo. Best served in the U.S. Navy from 1964-67 on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt and watched aircraft leave the carrier as they flew missions over Vietnam.
Andrew Young runs the show. The 20-year-old North Dakota State University sophomore from Napoleon, N.D., is the general manager for SU TV, the university’s cable news program.
It’s good to work with the king, quilter Clem Buzick says.
The last thing Taryl Smith wants to do after a workweek is relax.
Cody Wendelbo loves summer. He gets to dream of it every day while working at his business, The Hot Rod Shop of Fargo. Wendelbo, 31, got the car bug at an early age. “I would just sit in my mom’s 1965 Mustang and play. That was the beginning.”
Dolores Landblom loves to play the piano. Since 1946 she has been
an icon on the ivories at Maple Sheyenne Lutheran Church near Harwood, N.D.
North Dakota State University senior Brent Malone feels the rush every time he suits up for the Bison. The only difference is that his team never makes the headlines.
Sprained wrists, broken ankles and the onset of winter can’t keep 16-year-old inline skater Chemi Simiyu away from the Fargo Skate Park.
Keith Schoon loves tinkering with bicycles. More than that, he loves kids. He enjoys seeing their faces when they receive one of his refurbished rides.
Pedigree Technologies, a Fargo software development firm, is seeking a five-year property tax exemption that the company says could help it double the number of employees and increase its revenues six-fold.
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