FARGO – Kevin Melicher was not always focused on becoming an optometrist.
At age 21, when he told his father he wanted to get married, his father replied with a question: “What are you going to do with your life?”
FARGO – Getting paid to shop sounds like a dream come true for many women.
Leah Hagen says she never envisioned being a professional buyer when she set out to study art education at Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Paula Comeau, head manager for the Davies Recreational Pool in Fargo, was asked to manage the public pool two years before it opened.
She’s been at Davies since its inaugural full season last summer, when the $2.4 million pool hosted 50,000 visitors.
FARGO – Working his “large gardens” is a full-time job for Daniel Rugroden, who sells his produce three days a week at the New Festival Market at Dike East. On top of that, he’s the president and manager of the farmers market and its eclectic group of local vendors.
Owner finds fulfillment in helping people with in-home services
FARGO – Jerret Thiseth has combined his compassion for elderly and disabled individuals with a love for physical education to start his own business, Active at Home Helpers.
FARGO – It takes an army of employees to put on an event like Saturday’s Kid Rock and Bob Seger concert at the Fargodome. One of the generals overseeing that army is Bernie Larson, director of event services at the Dome.
Moorhead seamstress has done it all, from wedding gowns to military uniforms MOORHEAD – Among the many high school students excited for their upcoming proms, there’s a 71-year-old seamstress ready to get to work.
FARGO – She’s 63 years old, but Sharon Bladow still goes to school every day. Bladow manages the lunch accounts at Lincoln Elementary School in Fargo, where she loves to work with children and tries her best to make sure they’re eating right.
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