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All Work and No Play is Just Not Good for You

September 23, 2016 All work and no play is just not good for your health. One area that seems to cause a lot of stress for many people is not having a good work-life balance. more »»

Plan and plant now for spring-flowering bulbs

September 16, 2016 It's nearly that time of year when gardeners think of spring — of planting bulbs that are going to bloom then. more »»

‘Good Job’ is for your dog, not your kids

September 16, 2016 Do you ever hear or read something and then think, “OUCH! I’m guilty of that.” Well, what I am about to write about, I am guilty of as an adult who cares about kids. more »»

Beekeepers, growers get financially stung by hive thefts

September 9, 2016 Bee rustlers are driving up the cost of one of nature's sweetest enterprises: Honeybee hives valued at over $350 apiece are disappearing in large numbers. more »»

Lost art of house cleaning

September 9, 2016 I grew up in a household that did spring and fall house cleaning. Now, this was not the run-of-the-mill dust and vacuum routine. more »»

Fall care for a healthier, better looking lawn

September 2, 2016 As summer fades into fall it is time to help lawns recover from summer stress and prepare for the winter ahead. Continue to mow your lawn as long as it continues to grow. more »»

What’s in for the season?

September 2, 2016 Editor’s note: Last week in #Living Betty Fedorchak talked about “Dress for Success.” This week she provides some insight into what is in for fall fashions. more »»

‘Dressing for Success’

August 26, 2016 New research shows when workers wear nicer clothes to work, they achieve more but they also feel more confident and it affects how others perceive them, according to a story in The Wall Street... more »»

ON THE SCENE: Taube seeks homes for holiday tour

August 26, 2016 It’s only August but the Taube Museum of Art staff in Minot is looking ahead to the Christmas season and its Annual Holiday “Twilight” Tour of Homes. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Celebrating Minot Duplicate Bridge Club members honor one of their own

August 19, 2016 Members of the Minot Duplicate Bridge Club donned glamorous hats in honor of member Joyce Swedlund Cullen of Velva to celebrate her 95th birthday, Tuesday. more »»

5 ways to protect your garden from the deer

August 19, 2016 Don’t let your vegetable and fall flower gardens succumb to hungry deer. more »»

Celebrating the tomato

August 12, 2016 Minot celebrates the tomato in a big way. The Great Tomato Festival, now in its 28th year, was held Wednesday night in Minot. more »»

ON THE SCENE: Back to school

August 4, 2016 School is just around the corner and it’s time for kids to get their school supplies. However, many Minot and surrounding area kids may be in need of these item. more »»

In memory of his wife

July 29, 2016 GRANVILLE – Donald Rollman of Granville has done amazing work and craftsmanship in creating a memorial in his yard for his late wife, Cleone. more »»

Button vendors at State Fair for 1st time

July 29, 2016 Button, button. Who’s got the button? Liz Hoppman and Kae Watson, owners of 183 Trading Company in Minot do. And there’s plenty of them. more »»

Tiny houses

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On deck

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ON THE SCENE: Keepsake quilt

July 22, 2016 Mary Pugh of Bottineau and her mother made quilts for all 11 children in the family. more »»

 
 

 

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