HEALTHBEAT The doctor's dress code: professional, yes; piercings, no
The physician's attire isn't necessarily a reliable indicator of his or her skill and competence, but patients do notice what docs are wearing and often judge them accordingly, a recent Canadian surve... Posted on 3/7/13 at 11:53 AM
IN THE BLACK Dress for Success SOS weekend
This weekend, thru Sunday is the Dress For Success Send One Suit (S.O.S.) weekend. Dress For Success is a non profit organization which provides career clothing to economically disadvantaged women. ... Posted on 3/1/12 at 6:34 PM
STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Trying to fill my grandmother's shoes
North Dakota was a new state, only 14 years old, and Theodore Roosevelt had been president for about two years when on Aug. 12, 1903, the horses and buggies gathered at the Zimmerman home near Willow ... Posted on 6/15/11 at 12:36 PM
THE NEW FORTY Visualizing inclusivity...
Take a minute and think about this question - "What image illustrates inclusivity to you?"
I ask this because a few weeks back Bruce Kelly (my radio pal from The Flag) bet me that Area Voices would k... Posted on 12/22/10 at 6:45 AM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Pow Wow : The Jingle Dress
A Jingle dress is made from cloth, velvet or leather and adorned with Jingles. Jingles are traditionally made from the lids of snuff cans. The lids are bent and molded into triangular bell sha... Posted on 8/14/09 at 4:37 AM
The traditional bridal gown isn't a skimpy silhouette: It's long and typically without a plunging neckline or high slit. There's often a whole lot of fabric. One of the few opportunities for brides to be a little bare is to go with a strapless or sleeveless dress — and go with them they do.
A racy black gown worn by Lady Diana Spencer on one of her first official engagements has been snapped up by a Chilean fashion museum for nearly 200,000 pounds (more than $275,000) — several times the original estimate.
A Grand Forks man has been sentenced for burglarizing Walsh County, N.D., farmsteads and stealing a cash machine from a convenience store in Minto,, N.D. Gregory Nordrum was ordered to spend two years behind bars and three years on supervised probation. He also was ordered to pay restitution and $1,100 in fines and fees. The amount of restitution will be determined later.
, October 16, 2009
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