FARGO – Nicole Such’s co-worker describes the 28-year-old’s style as “pulled together,” “eclectic and unusual” and “refreshing.”
WEST FARGO - The third time’s a charm for Mark and Stephanie Topp. The couple and their two children will soon move into the 2,600-square-foot rambler at 3719 Hidden Circle that they designed with Stylemark Builders. The $579,000 home is the third the Topps have built, and they say it’s their last.
FARGO - Judy Gefroh had a few rules when her daughter, Kaitlyn Gefroh, was picking out a prom dress – no cut outs, nothing see-through or too low cut, and it couldn’t cost much more than $500.
FARGO - Eighth-grader Darlene Richter was curious about the sparks she saw when her dad was welding at home.
FARGO - Mathew St. Martin lives out of a suitcase.
St. Martin has never lived in one city longer than three years at a time, and he’s been in Fargo four months with his model-artist wife.
FARGO - In 1973, 21-year-old Paulette Rastedt (Rehling-Letnes) had no idea how much a wallet-size card from the YWCA would later influence her life.
FARGO – Kristin Rheault describes herself as a social butterfly.
Rheault, who teaches at Josef’s West Academy, can carry a conversation for hours, and she’s a serious shopper.
FARGO - People often stop Melissa Sobolik in the grocery store to ask, “Are you that Melissa?”
After having a cardboard cutout of herself on campaign signs and winning a Fargo City Commission seat, life is a little different today for Melissa, 33, and her husband, Jeremy Sobolik.
FARGO – When exploring the subject of influence for this series, we asked 10 well-known women from our community to give us their definition.
MONTICELLO, Minn. - The Rev. Lloyd Ray Davis of Christian Fellowship Church Ministries International warned 22-year-old Randy Paulson that his family might try to kidnap him while he was home in Eagle Bend for Christmas.
“I feared that they would kidnap me, drug me and that I would possibly recant my faith without knowing it and be lost forever,” Randy says.
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