Today, let's catch up with responses to previous Neighbors columns.
The Askland name has appeared in this column several times over the years. Now Tom Askland, Fargo, sends along some of that family's history. "The name Askland and chiropractic have had a connection for 68 years," Tom writes.
Questions continue to come up about the Moorhead High School Spuds and how and when they got that nickname.
People who saw President John F. Kennedy when he made a campaign stop in Fargo in 1960 will never forget it. One of them is Ray Svobodny.
Good leaders are in demand, and not just by humans. Evidence of this comes from Gary Swensen, Yankton, S.D.
Ottertail? Otter Tail? Which way should you spell it? Depends on what you are writing about.
Today, let's hear of a spot on the road (actually, a railroad) that's never been a town. It's a country railroad junction named Vance, located 23 miles northwest of Fargo. It's there that people used to change trains.
A few months before the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941, a local man stationed at a Louisiana air base witnessed the crash of a military plane that killed the pilot. Decades later, that man wrote Neighbors about the horror of seeing this tragic event.
Larry Lasch, Wahpeton, N.D., found this picture while going through some things his father Robert Lasch has.
North Dakota Highway 46, which runs from Interstate 29 south of Fargo to near Streeter, N.D., continues to draw emails from Neighbors' readers.