Lori Weber Menke
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FARGO, N.D. --A new warning in a medical journal about over-the-counter antidiarrheal medicine being used improperly by opioid addicts could serve as a tell-tale sign for family and friends of...
What can you do with 4,000 tulips? Fight cancer, according to a Relay for Life group in the Grand Forks area. Tulip Days were held this week at Altru Cancer Center. Every year the Altru Cancer Center sells flowers as a fundraiser for the Greater Grand Forks Relay for Life. This year, the group chose to sell tulips.
Ben Franklin Elementary School students were ready to take a pledge Friday in an effort to stop using hurtful language. The pledge was part of the campaign “Spread the Word...
I am here to tell you not to bother brushing your teeth. It doesn't matter. Just kidding, Dr. Bothun. Kinda. Growing up, I thought I brushed enough. I suppose every kid does. But if you were to judge my childhood brushing habits by the amount of silver fillings in my mouth, you would quickly see children can be poor judges of what is enough. I suppose I am not that much different than other kids who had to get fillings.
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MINNEAPOLIS -- Teddy Bridgewater wasn't perfect on Sunday but he was close. Bridgewater threw a career-high four touchdowns and ran for another to lead the Minnesota Vikings to a 38-17...
Do you remember the days when we actually printed photos? I don't either. Today, we are "blessed" enough to live in an age of digital technology. You don't need actual bank statements, paychecks or photos of your children. Your phone or computer contains it all for you. You simply log in, and there it all is. I love the fact that your phone is now your camera, video recorder and just about anything else you could possibly need it to be. Digital images are terrific.
A funny thing happens when your child turns 14 years old. It actually isn't funny—in fact, it kind of makes me have a panic attack every time I think about it too long. When children who are residents of North Dakota turn 14, they can get their driver's permits. And as a Supermom who has devoted 14 solid years to making decisions to keep her children safe and alive, letting now 14-year-old Riley take this test and get behind the wheel goes against every instinct I have. Yes, Riley has driven a vehicle before. My husband, Jayson, and I are farm kids after all.