Hendrum, Minn. - On my drive about 28 miles north on Highway 75 in Minnesota, I stumbled upon a sign that read, “Welcome. If you lived here, you’d be home now.”
HOPE, N.D. - ‘Many of us think our hometowns are special. So much so, that I recently moved back to Hope (N.D.) after living in Fargo for over 20 years.”
GARY, Minn. - ‘Take state Highway 10 to state Highway 32. … I will meet you at the cafe.”
Those were the directions given to me by Lori Thronson, resident and my soon-to-be tour guide of Gary.
FARGO – It was both a homecoming and an exploration for George Hanson on Saturday when he served as the guest conductor of the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra’s season debut concert.
Pink. Fuchsia, orchid, champagne or magenta; illustrations of nature’s subtle pigmentation.
For the past 40 years, Brian Thompson has been challenging his mind and opponents with a game of chess.
Fitness is not just a way to make a living for Ricky Trappen. It’s a way of life.
Julianne Canning is all about socializing – with cats, that is.
The Fargo woman serves as the volunteer coordinator for the F-M Humane Society and also volunteers socializing with the cats and kittens.
Two fellows never looked this good in yellow. North Dakota State University seniors Kyle Roth and Nick Gonderinger spend hours along the sidelines of games as this year’s student yell leaders at NDSU.
Jen Neuteboom has a hobby that many of her classmates at Minnesota State University Moorhead don’t know about.