WEST FARGO – Michelle Donarski runs for the mochas.
Every Saturday morning, the 45-year-old West Fargo woman runs with a group of friends who call themselves the WHORS – Women High on Running.
Afterward, they go out for coffee.
FARGO - “You say I’m a bitch like it’s a bad thing.”
Well, most people still think it’s a bad thing.
FARGO – May 5-11 is national Drinking Water Week. But with all its benefits, shouldn’t every week be Drinking Water Week?
FARGO – Matt Larson wears a black bracelet on his left wrist that says “Anything is possible.”
The college student proved that to himself by losing almost half his body weight through diet and exercise.
FARGO - Polly Pitchford says there are three aspects to “living with vitality” – nutrition, exercise and attitude.
The Sarasota, Fla.-based fitness instructor, cookbook author and motivational speaker has made it her mission to help others add vitality to their lives one positive change at a time.
FARGO – I prefer ice cream packed with things like crunchy pecans and chewy bits of chocolate chip cookie dough. Yogurt’s no different.
FARGO - Denise Morris was diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson’s disease shortly before her 41st birthday.
“Parkinson’s isn’t just an ‘old person’s disease.’ It affects young people, too,” she says.
When Britta Trygstad left Spicy Pie for a lunchtime date with her husband, she thought her wedding ring was gone forever.
MOORHEAD - Minnesota State University Moorhead’s president has been dubbed “Hurricane Edna” by her peers.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – On Erin Cox’s 35th birthday, she got the call that she was awarded a publishing contract.
The news came on the heels of a series of events that led the now-36-year-old Klamath Falls woman on a new path.
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