A Utah couple made news last month by having quintuplets.
Lawrence Munson left big shoes for his son to fill.RELATED CONTENT
From Mayville (N.D.) State University to Washington, D.C. From a triple college major in mathematics, computer information systems and business administration to a position with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.RELATED CONTENT
The first miracle Jesus performed occurred at a wedding, where the steward was embarrassed because he’d run out of wine for the guests.RELATED CONTENT
This Memorial Day, the nation once again honors those who died in military service. It is something that hits home for Fargo’s Stephanie Manesis and her project.RELATED CONTENT
Many people have written Neighbors about how much they enjoy the poems composed by North Dakota’s poet laureate, James W. Foley (1871-1939).RELATED CONTENT
Today we all honor our mothers, as well we should. But here’s a story about a man who one Mother’s Day honored another important woman in his life: his mother-in-law.RELATED CONTENT
Here’s a story to crow about. Dean Sorum, of Moorhead, writes that his wife, the former Carol Orser, used to live in Colgate, N.D., as did her cousins Jim and Charles Wright.RELATED CONTENT
Lorraine Berger has every reason to be proud of her father. He was a man who, with his family, moved around a lot because he was continually offered better positions in the field of education.RELATED CONTENT
Lorraine Berger has every reason to be proud of her father. He was a man who, with his family, moved around a lot because he was continually offered better positions in the field of education.
Years ago, The Forum – and other newspapers – was delivered only by paperboys.RELATED CONTENT
Here are some of the messages piled up in Neighbors’ mailbag.RELATED CONTENT
Who was this Hollywood publicist Dale Olson? When he died last year, the New York Times reported he was born in 1934 “outside of Fargo, N.D.”RELATED CONTENT
If Mike were still around, Neighbors would thank him for brightening some kids’ lives. But not, however, for showing disrespect for a law enforcement officer. Mike was a crow.RELATED CONTENT
Mycle Wastman is a singer with a North Dakota background who is gaining fame in the Seattle area.RELATED CONTENT
A story reported recently by The Forum and others told of the signs the Greater North Dakota Chamber has erected in Minnesota promoting North Dakota’s business climate, a move that has upset some Minnesotans.RELATED CONTENT
Information has come in concerning the ancestors of North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, including Wayne’s grandfather Martin Stenehjem.RELATED CONTENT
Stories about the old Dakota Business College in Fargo led Justin Swank, Fargo, to write about his father, James Swank.
This story could be in Nicole Phillips’ Forum column, which focuses on kind things people do for one another.RELATED CONTENT
Don K. Johnson, of Fargo, seeks your help in tracking down a poem. “I have searched far and wide for a poem I misplaced many years ago,” Don writes.