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  • A Fargo Pet Resource Guide

    Exotic Pet Resources Just because you have an exotic pet or are interested in adopting one doesn’t mean it should be difficult to find supplies and resources. While you may need to venture outside of Fargo-Moorhead depending on the specific critter you’re caring for, there are locally-owned resources here in North Dakota and Minnesota that […] More

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  • All That Slithers

    Photos By Nolan P. Schmidt By recognizing the need for more resources for reptiles in the F-M area, Tasha Gorentz built her own animal rescue from the ground up. Now with an established presence in the community, her next goal is to educate the community on the rewarding experience of caring for reptiles. Tasha Gorentz, […] More

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  • Meet The Maker: Duchessa Gelato

    Photos Provided By Duchessa Gelato If you ask us about the ultimate comfort food (and one by a regional maker as a bonus) we have been next-level obsessed with Duchessa Gelato – especially their blueberry cheesecake gelato. OMG! Meet the maker herself and then go try some to make your 2020 level up. Tell us […] More

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  • Think Global, Act Local: Speaking Up!

    Photo By Kayleigh Omang Shalom Alekhem I hope this written piece finds you before your next prowess of the day! It is with great pleasure and honor that I get to introduce a stellar gentleman whom I got the privilege to learn from and benefit from his notable passage in the Red River Valley. Have […] More

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  • City Of Fargo: Bracing For Winter

    Photo By Scott Seiler Photography With an investment in innovation in the Public Work division, the City of Fargo is ready for the winter months. October in Fargo seems to bring a handful of things with it each year: the finality of the year embodied by the transition of once lively tree leaves from a […] More

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  • Finding Forgotten Mascots With DogDayz Apparel

    Photos Provided. By DogDayz Apparel As a junior high school student in Twin Valley, Minnesota, population 800, Mike Brevik understood the power of the mascot. He knew the Twin Valley Tiger on his t-shirt represented far more than a few stripes. It was a symbol of pride. “In our community, you took great pride in […] More

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  • Comforts Of Fargo

    Whether it is a nice slice of meatloaf, a hotdish, pasta or anything in between, we all have a dish that makes us feel warm inside. So set aside your diet this month and come with us on a comfort food journey. Trust us, you will not regret it. More

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  • Think Global, Act Local: Open Letter To George Floyd

    Sir George Floyd:  On Saturday, August 15, a friend and I drove to Minneapolis to the site where you were murdered. You will not believe how your humble and magnetic presence can still be felt. It has been completely changed from a regular neighborhood to a healing space for people from all walks of life. […] More

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  • Setting Students Up For Success

    Every year, SCHEELS teams up with The United Way of Cass-Clay as the official backpack sponsor of their School Supply Drive. This year, back to school will look a bit different, so the success of this drive is important, now more than ever. More

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  • Stylin’ With SCHEELS

    Photos By Kayleigh Omang Models: Alisha Nelson and Jon Walter When SCHEELS comes to mind, one might envision trips to gather gear for a camping trip or sporting goods or fan gear before the big game. And while the store is a staple in those departments, they also have an extensive apparel offering for all […] More

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