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Medical marijuana available to treat pain starting Monday
Minnesota native adds massive murals in the new Vikings Stadium
Docu Shred expands business with new warehouse, baler in East Grand Forks
Trump to Clinton: 'No more Mr. Nice Guy' | Reuters
Stanley Cup to meet Stanley car in Moorhead
crime and courts
AUTO RACING: No. 8 feels great
AUTO RACING: RCS managing partner Wayne Anderson dies
CLASS B LEGION BASEBALL: Thompson comeback falls short
CLASS B LEGION BASEBALL: Park River survives and advances
Big 7th pushes Twins past Orioles
Regional vegetable gardens sprouting in many shapes, forms
Off The Record: Let’s analyze this trailer for ‘The Secret History Of Twin Peaks’ book
Shiny Thing: 'Young Justice' is no 'Justice League,' but you don't have to catch the Idiot Ball to like it
Whip a good smoothie
When it comes to beard oil, a little dab’ll do ya
life & style
Wanda Marie Opheim
Raymond A. Charlton
Laurel J. Haake
Jack Yem northern pike
Adam Crary catfish
Hudson Kilgore walleye
Paul Nelson: Anglers should release fish responsibly as water temperatures peak
Marlene Sauve walleye
LETTER: Giving thanks to Michelle Obama for grace, civility
LETTER: North Dakota, stop blocking federal environmental rules
LETTER: Balance the budget, but not on children's backs
Howard Kossover: Last column before retirement
MARILYN HAGERTY: Catfish, reunions and special days
50th Wedding Anniversary
May 15, 2016
Whole30 diet has pros and cons, dietitian says
At some point in their lives, many people go searching for a diet to help them lose weight. Some are more restrictive than others, limiting the...
May 15, 2016 - 11:10pm
May 9, 2016
Family fitness: Program helps families live healthy
A family that eats and exercises together is a family that's more likely to be healthy together. That premise is why Emily Spicer and John Crist...
May 9, 2016 - 6:45am
March 4, 2016
New effort to help food stamp recipients find work
Minnesota is one of 10 states that will take part in SNAP to Skills, a first-of-its-kind national effort to help states design improved employment and training programs for adults participating in the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or food stamps.
March 4, 2016 - 6:15pm
February 22, 2016
The pros and cons of consuming diet soda
With obesity continuing to rise in the U.S., more and more people are turning to diet soft drinks to avoid packing on extra pounds. Though diet...
February 22, 2016 - 6:51am
November 2, 2015
Tips for limiting your holiday food intake
The holiday season can be difficult for everyone's waistlines. But Alisha Namanny, the program manager at UND's Culinary Corner, said it doesn't...
November 2, 2015 - 5:30am
October 13, 2015
Lunch lesson: How to make the most of the midday meal
A packed lunch from home can be a great way to make sure your child—and you, for that matter—have a healthy, nutritious meal at lunchtime. Not...
October 13, 2015 - 6:45am
June 23, 2015
General Mills dropping artificial flavors and dyes in favor of natural ingredients
Bowing to consumer pressure, General Mills said this week that it will remove artificial flavors and “colors from artificial sources” from its cereals, including Trix and Lucky Charms.
June 23, 2015 - 7:15pm
March 31, 2015
NDSU looks to fill vacant nutritionist post
CARRINGTON, N.D. -- North Dakota State University’s Carrington Research Extension Center again is looking for a key animal nutritionist. Anna R. Taylor, who had been named to the position last November, has resigned to take a position with Cargill Animal Nutrition...
March 31, 2015 - 1:30pm
March 10, 2015
Class teaches seniors about nutrition, health
At least once a month, Choice Health and Fitness’s Sensational Senior group meets to celebrate birthdays, catch up with one another and...
March 10, 2015 - 4:32pm
February 24, 2015
Prairie Fare Blog: Truth and lies in health and nutrition ads
If you’ve read popular magazines, surfed the Internet or watched an “infomercial” on TV lately, chances are you’ve seen some enticing...
February 24, 2015 - 10:46am
December 22, 2014
Fast food may lead to lower school results for U.S. kids
Eating fast food may lead to lower student test scores in math, science and reading, a recent study of U.S. school children said.
December 22, 2014 - 8:39pm