Between the flurry of wrapping paper and the abundance of gifts, my husband and I started to lose track of who got our kids what for Christmas.
FARGO - With careful stitches, Mary Hoffmann pieces together the white linen blouse. Her daughter, Emily Brooks, adorns its front and back with elaborate, white-on-white embroidery.
A Nordic horse. A rose. A Celtic symbol.
FARGO - The Rev. Dale Wolf led workshops on burnout for medical professionals but didn’t recognize it in himself. The longtime pastor of Fargo’s Atonement Lutheran Church says his burnout led to depression, which led to alcohol use.
As I think about the New Year, I picture bright blue water, white sand beaches and the green it will take to get there.
FARGO – Every day, Cassidy Belland feeds hungry souls.
As kitchen supervisor for the Salvation Army, Belland, 36, plans and prepares the twice-daily meals, creatively using donated food and freezer space.
FARGO – A sixth-grader in suburban Ohio as Title IX legislation was coming in to play, Roxanne Newman asked to take drafting instead of home economics.
I used to judge the mom at story time whose little boy wouldn’t sit still.
Now I’m the mom who doesn’t even attend library events because it would result in nothing but chaos and wreckage.
Fargo -- ‘I’ll be home for Christmas,” a crooner promises in the holiday classic. After all,
FARGO – I grew up on a small cattle farm, but it wasn’t until I moved to the city that I heard about udder ointment as a treatment for dry skin.
MOORHEAD – Even Marian Olson’s children didn’t know how to talk to her when she was in the depths of her depression and anxiety. Instead, the Moorhead woman’s son and daughter would go to her husband and ask what was wrong with Mom.
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