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#Living

Let’s Cook: A Perfect ‘Pearing’

Each time that I see beautiful pears in the store, I have to pause and admire them -- especially the ones that are as warm colored as the late marigolds of September. When looking closer at them, you can see the warm blush of autumn. The round belly of the pear is playing host to a lovely shade ...

Habitat receives Wells Fargo help to repair home

Wells Fargo donated $15,000 and sent employees to help repair a home in Minot for Habitat for Humanity Northern Lights last week.  The Northern Lights chapter was one of more than 230 Habitat for Humanity affiliates awarded a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation as part of its nationwide ...

Let’s Cook: Casting a Stitch

Will you select the main floor seating? Or perhaps you are more of a balcony person — after all, the views are stunning. Whatever you choose, be assured your eyes and ears will be in for a feast as you enjoy the comic operetta “Die Fledermaus” (The Bat) by Johann Strauss as presented by ...

City of Minot to hold fall cleanup

The City of Minot will hold its fall cleanup week from Sept. 19-23. Twice a year, the City of Minot designates a week for city sanitation customers to place excess refuse onto boulevards for collection. Crews will work in quadrants throughout the city, beginning at 7 a.m. For information ...

Let’s Cook: The Steps of Ruth

Ardell and Ruth Fedje were one of the first couples that we met when we moved to Rugby in 1988. This happened because Ardell, and my father-in-law, Norman Thompson, were roommates when they attended North Dakota Agricultural College now NDSU. They had common interests: farming and Norwegian ...