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This year, UND celebrated Military Appreciation Day Sept. 29 with a football game against University of California - Davis.
With plans to retire from his rural mail carrier position in the next year, Gene Funseth plans to move full-throttle with his favorite hobby: running. Described as always having a smile on his face, the 67-year-old is a staple runner in the area, bringing support and encouragement to those who run with him and watch him from the sidelines of the region’s half- and full-marathons. “When I was ready to turn 60 years old, my daughters said, ‘Dad, you had better run a marathon,’” he says. But Funseth was no stranger to the activity.
When the menagerie of flowers turns brown, plants and shrubs lose their green luster and trees drop their leaves to prepare for winter, homeowners are stuck with an abundance of debris. But, fear not.
Every Saturday, Dr. Ben Stegman leaves his home in Cavalier to make a scheduled house call in Grand Forks by 5:30 a.m. He knocks on the door and finds his patient outstretched on his favorite rug or area of carpet. Sometimes, he finds the patient outstretched on the cool pavement of the driveway, anxiously awaiting his treatment. When sisters Chloe Spicer and Nile Kobetsky noticed the decline in mobility of their beloved Newfoundland, Kuma, a recent visit to their veterinarian led them to a less conventional form of treatment for the 8-year-old pup: acupuncture.
When a situation arises in which a person is unable to make decisions on their own, having someone willing and able to make those decisions for them is important. Fortunately, an advance directive provides the type of information preferred by the patient for such an occasion.
While on a recent trip home to visit her mother and celebrate their week-apart birthdays, Ellie Unkenholz brought what her family and friends say is her usual unique sleek style. The Michigan student always has a closet full of items awaiting her at home in Fordville, but the 20-something is certain to bring all her latest purchases with her for endless wardrobe changes. When Street Style caught up with Unkenholz, she was staying warm in dark items from head to toe, with a pop of color in a floral scarf.
The latest craze in hair is Moroccan, argan and every other oil you can imagine for sleek, soft locks.
Anne Butkowski doesn't always conform to sweatpants and T-shirts when settling in for a thorough study session. Recently, Butkowski was spotted at Urban Stampede in a wine-colored knit hat, cozy hunter green cardigan over a cream-colored tee, jeans and stylish worn combat boots. A scene fitting for the cold winter afternoon, the student's dark hair and plum lip color were the perfect punch of color for the cool-toned ensemble. Without a wrinkle, Butkowski's crisp fashion stood out as anything but ordinary for an afternoon of studying.
I've been on the lookout for a nice green nail color: Something deep, dark and foresty so I can sport my favorite shade without looking like I'm constantly attending the latest UND games or celebrating Christmas year-round. When I spotted "Don't Leaf It Beh" by Pixel at Ulta a few weeks ago, I thought I'd scored the color I'd been longing to add to my collection at a price my eyes couldn't believe. There's a reason this small test-size bottle is only 69 cents. Coat No.
Dakota Harvest isn’t afraid of keeping up with the latest technological curve.