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More people with mental illnesses are seeking treatment, speaking out
MARILYN HAGERTY: Flying into the future
Cheerleaders raise funds for trip to the national competition
Snow Likely Monday and Tuesday
crime and courts
COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Gophers upend Liberty
UND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: North Dakota wraps up demanding nonconference schedule at South Dakota
Penn State wins D-I volleyball crown
COLLEGE HOCKEY: Saturday's results
DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: Mavericks blanked in first-ever championship appearance
BOOK NOTES: 'Craft Beer for the Homebrewer,' 'The Woman Who Would Be King,' 'How Star Wars Conquered the Universe'
East Grand Forks native releases first novel
PRODUCT REVIEW: Stoppy keeps the door open, with style
New KISS app allows you to 'dress up' as the band
Column: Supermom thanks speech therapists
life & style
Otto Julius (Jack) Sundby
Elizabeth "Betty" Louise Widman
Donald Edward Broten
Rec Topper: Wild Game Recipe
DOKKEN: Chasing green on the Red
Definition of 'good ice fishing' is better than ever
Pheasant summit: Focus on improving private land habitat
Some ice houses are more like mobile mansions with amazing amenities
OUR OPINION: Renew N.D.'s Higher Ed Challenge Grants
LETTER: Wallet opens, dollars fly as assessed value soars
LETTER: Radioactive material trade-offs include serious health risks
COLUMN: Federalism torpedo targets Obama's ship of state
COLUMN: Let's all imagine the possibilities for public art
March 23, 2014
DO-IT-YOURSELF: Organize your frames with this easy display
The season for sunglasses is (nearly) here, so organize your frames with this easy DIY storage idea. You can upcycle a vintage-looking frame or purchase one on the cheap. Note: Frame size and the number of elastic bands depends on how many shades you need to store. WHAT...
accent / life & style
March 23, 2014 - 11:30am
March 16, 2014
Standing desks take aim at the scourge of sitting
FARGO — When Joel Thomsen worked for the state of Maine 15 years ago, he wedged cinderblocks under his desk so he could stand while working. At a more recent job, a small section of his desk would rise to accommodate standing. Now his entire L-shaped executive desk...
accent / life & style
March 16, 2014 - 2:30pm
Heavy duty: Durable concrete makes move to inside the house
MOORHEAD — Poor concrete has had a hard time. For years it’s been walked on, driven on, abused and overlooked. But some builders think it’s time to give the material a lift and put it up on a pedestal. Or at least use it as a countertop or in sinks. Concrete is...
accent / life & style
March 16, 2014 - 2:00pm
September 15, 2013
Larimore, N.D., woman shares her love of vintage finds
The modern, beige area rug on the living room floor might be the only new thing in Michel Starnes' home, but every piece of furniture and decor has a story. The old, crocheted bedspread displayed on an ornate quilt rack at the foot of her bed was inherited from her mother, who got...
September 15, 2013 - 5:00am
May 19, 2013
All hung up: Learn the art of hanging art throughout your home
FARGO -- It's the question that many decorators, artists and gallery dealers dread: What should I hang that will go with my couch? It's a question that's bigger than any loveseat, sofa or sectional. The person asking the question may not be looking just to take up wall space, but...
May 19, 2013 - 6:00am
November 11, 2012
5 ways to make your Thanksgiving table good as gold
Bring some gilded glory to your Thanksgiving table with a can of gold spray paint. At less than $10 a can, looking lush only appears to cost...
November 11, 2012 - 6:00am
September 30, 2012
When it comes to decorating, Grand Forks Hugo's employee takes the cake
Jen Kiefer enjoys a challenge. She points to the cascading tail of an ivory peacock perched atop a four-tiered wedding cake she designed as evidence. "I was just putting the final touches on the tail when it snapped in half and I had to start over," she said. The pesky tail...
local / news
September 30, 2012 - 6:15am
June 15, 2009
Prison inmates turn canoe paddles into works of art
ST. CLOUD, Minn. -- Chase Peyton, 16, feels nervous about his monthlong trip with Les Voyageurs. The St. Cloud Cathedral High School student worries about being away from home for so long, he said. He won't have access to a cell phone and will be basically cut off from the outside...
June 15, 2009 - 12:09am