FARGO – As a mother of two young kids, I find myself baking cupcakes fairly often. Or at least a few times a year, and for someone who isn’t especially stellar at baking, a few times a year is often enough.
LaMOURE, N.D. – Lois Bachynski says she never gets bored.
The 72-year-old LaMoure woman spends a lot of her time sewing and cutting quilting squares. She sews baby quilts, quilt tops, fleece blankets and pillowcase dresses, and she donates most of her creations.
CASSELTON, N.D. - Bob Sinner flew to Japan 25 years ago with the goal of getting overseas food companies to buy his soybeans. He carried the doubts of many in the industry who said it was never going to work.
FARGO – At just 12 years old, Clara Youlden is learning what it takes to be an entrepreneur.
Fargo -- Though she’s never seen her and doesn’t yet know who she is, Missy Porter thinks about her daughter all the time.
PERHAM, Minn. - Every year, Bridgette Thiesen and her family engage in a friendly competition to see who can find the perfect Christmas tree. It’s something they’ve been doing for more than a decade.
MOORHEAD – If Kim Meissner could make a career of anything, it would be scrapbooking.
So that’s exactly what she’s trying to do.
FARGO - Some North Dakota businesses took part in the world’s largest agricultural trade show. And their efforts have yielded big results. Agritechnica, held in November in Hanover, Germany, drew a record 450,000 visitors, according to the event’s website.
Fargo -- The Meldahl sisters have always been close.
Harwood, N.D. - With two boys under the age of 3, Lyssandra Morseth’s Harwood home can go from neat to chaotic in a matter of minutes.
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