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Inside Business: Juice It juice bar eyes July opening

FARGO – A juice bar called Juice It is setting up shop in the Western Center, 4302 13th Ave. S.

What is that?: First phase of apartment complex going up

What is that?: First phase of apartment complex going up

Fargo -- Reader David was curious about the construction near the Stamart travel center on 12th Avenue North.

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Leier: Large walleye restrictions would have little impact

West Fargo - As air temperatures warm up during a North Dakota spring, fishing usually heats up as well. And heading into this spring, most anglers will agree that fishing in North Dakota the past couple of years is as good as it’s ever been. It could get better this year.

Home with the Lost Italian: Bananas for popular quick bread

Home with the Lost Italian: Bananas for popular quick bread

Baking is a passion of mine, and I find the entire process therapeutic. It’s one of the few activities in which I am able to completely focus on the task at hand without my never-ending to-do list running through my mind.

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World of Wine: Moscato not new, but increasing in popularity

World of Wine: Moscato not new, but increasing in popularity

I mentioned moscato wine in one of my previous columns and received a couple of responses almost immediately. For anything approaching a universally enjoyed wine, moscato either comes in first or very close to it.

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50/50: Let’s start a healthy lifestyle revolution

50/50: Let’s start a healthy lifestyle revolution

I sat patiently by the front door every afternoon this week, like a faithful dog awaiting the return of her mistress. But I wasn’t waiting for someone; I was waiting for something – my test results from Independent Family Doctors.

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Column: Obama stalls drilling on federal lands

LONDON - The White House likes to claim a share of the credit for the drilling revolution that has transformed North America's energy production and security.

Financial Wellness: Be careful of (beauty) routine spending

Financial Wellness: Be careful of (beauty) routine spending

The wiry hair sticking out from my head caught my eye. I leaned into the bathroom mirror and with my thumb and forefinger plucked it out for a better look.

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Parenting Perspectives: I didn’t want to wear a winter coat to baseball game

Parenting Perspectives: I didn’t want to wear a winter coat to baseball game

Parents and grandparents sit on the bleachers wearing jackets or hooded sweatshirts and gloves; some have blankets tucked around their legs.

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Analysis: US sugar battle threatens power merchants' sweet spot

NEW YORK - In 2006, Ryan Efurd spotted a sweet opportunity on the horizon. The closely guarded U.S. sugar industry was recovering from years of contraction as prices began to surge after hurricanes and a refinery explosion roiled supplies. Food firms clamored for imports, but powerful millers fought to maintain the import limits that kept the market isolated.

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It's My Job: Enjoying a ‘dirty job’: Hard Charge commissioner takes on unique tasks

It's My Job: Enjoying a ‘dirty job’: Hard Charge commissioner takes on unique tasks

Fargo -- Brent Wolf is not afraid to get dirty. As a matter of fact, some days it is part of his job.

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North Dakota tutors gave Teddy Roosevelt 'most important education'

In a 1910 speech, former President Theodore Roosevelt claimed that the time he spent living in a ranch house in Dakota Territory was “the most important educational asset of all my life.” His primary tutors were William Merrifield, and Joe and Sylvane Ferris. Through them, Roosevelt learned the importance of preservation, how to run a large business operation, quickly ascertain a person’s character and survive under the most challenging circumstances. Roosevelt arrived in Medora on June 9, 1884. He was pleased with Sylvane and Merrifield, who managed his herd of 300 cattle at the Maltese Cross Ranch.

Zaleski: A game warden’s fascinating story

Zaleski: A game warden’s fascinating story

North Dakota outdoors enthusiasts, particularly hunters and anglers, will enjoy a new book by retired game warden Bruce Burkett.

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Ahlin: Just like the Fargo you know and love, isn’t it?

Ahlin: Just like the Fargo you know and love, isn’t it?

Could it really be 18 years? Indeed, 18 years passed between “Fargo,” the movie, and “Fargo,” the television show, which premiered this past week.

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Minding our Elders: Sparing a loved one with dementia unnecessary grief

Minding our Elders: Sparing a loved one with dementia unnecessary grief

DEAR CAROL: My mother has mid-stage dementia and just recently started asking to see her deceased twin brother. It breaks my heart to tell her that Uncle Jim died of cancer 10 years ago.

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