FARGO – Maylynn Warne is showing up on posters across the country.
The 38-year-old Fargo woman posed for the March of Dimes and United States Department of Health and Human Services to promote a program called Text4baby, a free mobile information service designed to promote maternal and child health.
MOORHEAD – As a high school student, his name was all over the place.
Andrew Chen was a National Merit Scholar, 4.0 grade-point-average student, and was one of five senior high students in Minnesota chosen for the Department of Education’s Scholars of Distinction in Mathematics in 2006.
GOODRICH, N.D. - When she started selling flax seed in 1999, Stephanie Stober did it through craft shows and home-and-garden events. If the phone rang once a week for an order, Stober thought she was doing well.
FARGO – Some of my favorite New Year’s Eve celebrations have involved getting together with friends and family, and playing board, card and video games.
AMENIA, N.D. – Dana and Bill Stansbery have been together for 16 years and married for 10.
Dana says they have a very good friendship, that they’re “buddies.”
The Amenia couple met and started dating in high school. Little did they know when they shared a music stand in band that one day Dana would help Bill recover from being hit by a semi or that Bill would one day have to pick Dana up off of the bathroom floor and make her take a shower when she didn’t want to live anymore.
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.
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