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“I think of ‘Unbound’ as an art gallery or a mix-tape, a collage of experiences and ruminations on the idea of home and how each author I've included thinks about and experiences the notion," writes New Rivers Press Managing Editor Nayt Rundquist.
The labor intensive nature of the work, the length of time it takes for an evergreen tree in North Dakota to grow to a saleable height, and the competition from “big box” stores are deterrents to raising Christmas trees, said Tom Claeys, North Dakota state forester.
Ann Bailey explains why she's thankful for agriculture in professional and personal life.
The prototype BlueWalker 3 satellite that will usher in space-based, broadband cell service is now easily visible with the naked eye. Get ready. More than 100 even brighter satellites are planned.

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Seeing Edie's excitement over her upcoming birthday party caused columnist Jessie Veeder to remember a few big events of her own.
Read on as Don Kinzler explains how pine trees shed needles, the benefits of clover lawns and preventing powdery mildew.
This week, Carol Bradley Bursack offers ways to handle a relative who has suddenly started swearing.
The National Garden Bureau has declared 2023 to be the Year of the Amaryllis. Celebrate the occasion with these amaryllis tips from gardening columnist Don Kinzler.
InForum history columnist Curt Eriksmoen begins the story of Ralph Engelstad, the namesake for the North Dakota Fighting Hawks' home arena.
Forget the “Fargo”-bred stereotypes of Midwesterners as molasses-tongued yokels. A surprising new report by Preply, an online language-tutoring company, reports that Minnesotans are actually the fastest-talkers in the nation — averaging 5.34 syllables per second. Other rapid-fire speakers are North Dakotans (fifth fastest with 5.29 syllables per second) and South Dakotans (eighth fastest at 5.27 syllables per second).

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First Lutheran Church was founded by Norwegian immigrants in 1872.
Where to find holiday lights, folksingers, piano men and a visit from old St. Nick.
Practice good hygiene and keep babies and young children out of large crowds

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