EVERYDAY GOURMET Citrus & Rosemary Roasted Butternut Squash
Most of you are now planning your menus for holiday dinners. Some of you are looking to stick with the traditional recipes and other are looking to try something new. How about trying this very simple... Posted on 12/18/13 at 2:24 PM
RED RIVER KART CLUB Cold Weather Postpones Races
Unfortunately, we have to cancel this week's races due to the cold weather. The temperatures Friday night into Saturday are going to be bitterly cold with lows from -10 to -20. Even though we'd be rac... Posted on 12/17/13 at 4:58 PM
NDAD INSIGHT A chance to try your hand at wheelchair basketball
Teens and adults with physical disabilities living in the Grand Forks region, and those without disabilities, too, are invited to spend a few hours on Sunday afternoons playing wheelchair basketball... Posted on 12/16/13 at 11:51 AM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK Kitchen Experience Adds to Classroom Learning
As celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse would say as he adds that finishing touch to his cooking, "BAM!" A group of Davies High School students recently learned how to add their own finishing touches to a me... Posted on 12/7/13 at 8:00 AM
TIME AT THE TABLE: RECONNECTING FAMILIES ONE TABLE AT A TIME Giving Tuesday
The holidays have become an endless marketing ploy to increase sales: GreyThursday, BlackFriday, Small BusinessSaturday, CyberMondayand now Giving Tuesday. While we all have our own ide... Posted on 12/3/13 at 7:50 AM
A number of interesting individuals who lived in North Dakota found employment in various circuses, “Wild West” shows, and carnivals. In 1922, Hans Langseth, a farmer in Richland County, N.D., was judged to have the world’s longest beard, which measured 17 feet 4 inches. For a short time, he was showcased in the Ringling Brothers Circus, but quit to return to his farm and real estate business.
Sixty-one years after this picture was taken, three of the people in it got together for pie, coffee and a whole lot of reminiscing.
Chet Larson, formerly of Enderlin, N.D., and now of Fargo, got the reunion going by having Neighbors run this photo of a group from North Dakota who attended a 4-H Club congress in Chicago in 1952.
FARGO - Timothy Murphy experienced a dramatic turnaround at the last minute.
A friend from Yale who hadn’t been in touch since graduation looked him up after envisioning a suicide attempt; the phone in Murphy’s Fargo home rang just as the local retired farmer, hunting enthusiast and poet loaded his double-barreled shotgun.
By Roxane B. Salonen, Forum contributor
, March 30, 2013
FARGO – Sandy Schumacher and her daughter, Missy Eastlund, light up when they laugh.
The duo practices plenty of laughter while watching 13 children each day in Eastlund’s Fargo home, which doubles as Three Generations Daycare.
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