FARGO - Google the phrase “girl power” and you’ll read about empowerment, confidence and strengthening relationships. Search “boy power” and you’re likely to find information about a recliner, a superhero comic or hip-hop radio show.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Last summer Jada Wraalstad grew a 16-pound cabbage, and she recently won $1,000 for her efforts. The 10-year-old fourth-grader at Clara Barton-Hawthorne Elementary School in Fargo grew the cabbage as part of the national Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program.RELATED CONTENT
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - Mark Boen describes his method of farming as a “circle of magic” or “symbiotic dance.” Boen owns Bluebird Gardens, a 314-acre farm located a few miles northeast of Fergus Falls, with his wife, Diane. They grow vegetables on a little less than half of the farm and sell the nutritionally-dense, sustainably-raised produce directly to consumers through community supported agriculture (CSA) shares.RELATED CONTENT
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As a former animal hospital receptionist, I understand how fearful cats can be of their carriers. But it doesn’t have to be that way and the fix is pretty easy.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo high schoolers sang recently at Carnegie Hall
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FARGO – Lynn Moore says her husband has asked if she’s addicted to books. “I like good stories,” she said. “If I have a good author, then I can’t wait to get to my book so I can read it. It sort of takes me out and puts me in another place.”RELATED CONTENT
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Earning a postseason tournament berth may be possible for North Dakota State’s men’s basketball team after all.