Say what you will about her music — like it or not — but one thing that most of us can probably agree upon is that Taylor Swift seems like a likeable, relatable and down-to-earth person. I've been thinking a lot about Miss Swift as I'm preparing to take my kids to her concert Monday at the Fargodome.
They might just be there on your kitchen counter right now — those vegetables, nicely ripened and recently pulled from your garden.
BISMARCK – On any given day, you might just find John and DeLila Wagner working out together at the YMCA here. John, 89, and DeLila, 83, say they try to make it there two to three days a week to walk on the treadmill and lift a few weights.
FARGO – New York Times best-selling author and breast cancer survivor Kelly Corrigan is the keynote speaker at this year's United Way of Cass-Clay's Women's Leadership Luncheon on Oct. 20. Corrigan is best known for her 2008 book, "The Middle Place," a memoir about her Irish-American father's battle with cancer and her own triumph over the disease.
FARGO — Call me crazy. I don't really like grilling. Let me clarify: I like grilled food, I just don't like doing it myself. We bring out the barbecue grill almost every weekend, and my husband has shown me how to use it.
FARGO — They are the undisputed masters of cookie reinvention. Oreo cookies have been around since 1912, but in the past couple of years, "America's favorite cookie" has amped up its chocolate cookie-vanilla filling formula to include new offerings like birthday cake, pumpkin spice and, the latest flavor, toasted coconut. Now Oreo is going south of the border with the help of one of the Midwest's most popular fast-food chains. Last month, Oreo partnered with Taco John's to bring us the Oreo Churro.
MOORHEAD—What is it about Minnesotans and cheeseburgers? Our neighbors to the east embrace the title "America's Dairyland" and even wear blocks of cheese on their heads.
MOORHEAD – You'd never guess it by looking at her from across the table. This young woman, so polished and put together, was, until recently, reluctant to even go on a job interview. Now Ashley Mathson not only has a great job, she'll also be telling hundreds of people the story of how a simple change of clothing helped change her life.
MOORHEAD – When I knocked on Sonja Harasim's Concordia College office door for our interview, she was practicing her violin. It's something she's done for decades and is clearly paying off—if standing ovations count for anything.
It's a day Bison fans have been waiting for all year — the first home football game of the season. The Thundering Herd take on Weber State 2:30 p.m. Saturday. If you know anything about Bison football, you know the real action begins hours earlier in the Fargodome parking lot with thousands of tailgating fans. This year, amid the barbecues and beer, you might just find something a little kinky. Kinky cocktails and liqueurs out of St.