Sure, I started puberty before I was even close to graduating elementary school. But even among the other sanitary woes of being a pre-teen, I prided myself on never needing deodorant. Until this cursed summer. Like other summers, it may have been American, it may have been hot, but when it came to my pits, it was never wet until now. Enter the deodorant that became my saving grace. I've always been partial to Dove chocolates, but now, I'm reluctantly admitting that the other Dove brand has something going on.
Delays on Sorlie Bridge will continue through early October as construction on one of Grand Forks' busiest connectors to Minnesota continues, but motorists appear to have adjusted to the new traffic patterns, city traffic engineer Mike Yavarow said. "Obviously there's been congestion," he said. "Traffic doesn't flow as well."
A deer that attempted to vault over a motorcycle near Kindred, N.D., hit the bike and sent one passenger to the hospital Friday morning. Brian Larson Warroad, Minn., was southbound about 10 miles southeast of Kindred on Highway 18 when he saw a deer in a ditch at about 10:35 a.m. Larson slowed down, but the deer continued to move toward the motorcycle and attempted to jump over it, striking the left side and throwing Larson and his wife, Denise, from the motorcycle into the west ditch.
Jeffrey Salveson was one of the few adults without children at the Grand Forks Family Fun Night in University Park on Thursday. But he had no shortage of children to attend to. Salveson, a "full-time professional comedy magician and balloon twister," entertained kids with the latter as he manipulated various balloon hats, flowers, swords and animals for the crowd forming around his stand. "I'm as enthusiastic as the kids," he said about participating in the event. "They're usually pretty excited about the balloon animals.
Grand Forks' first Hornbacher's will officially take over Super One Foods Wednesday. The Super One Foods, located at 2771 32nd Ave. S., will officially close at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Super One manager Andy Bakker told the Herald Thursday. Hornbacher's formally announced in June its decision to purchase the Super One Foods building in Grand Forks. Once the building changes ownership, the store will undergo extensive remodeling before officially opening as Hornbacher's, which has not announced when it will officially open.
Diane Gravlee once heard that 20 percent of the human population has a specific gene that makes people more restless and curious.
The UND Athletics High Performance Facility will officially be ready for use next week. The newly constructed facility, which cost more than $18 million, will receive a certificate of occupancy on Saturday, said Randy Magill, the associate athletics director and chief financial officer for UND athletics. The building will host a fall football camp, the facility's first activity, beginning Aug. 6.
Dwayne Szot's artistic vision is simple — be fully inclusive. The adaptive art tools he conceptualizes and creates through his business, Zot Artz, allow people with or without disabilities to express themselves artistically. His creations include paint rollers that can attach to wheelchairs and chalk rollers that can attach to walkers. "I'm after the possibility of enriching lives," Szot said.
NORTHWOOD, N.D.—In 2007, Enoch Thorsgard, then 90, was working on his memoir.
MAYVILLE, N.D.—In her rustic bed and breakfast, Cheryll Moen washes the sheets once a week, restocks the fridge every few days and inspects the bathrooms to look for any trace of disorder. Moen doesn't know who will be staying next in the five rooms she oversees, but she ensures 2 Oaks Inn is spotless for guests.