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Category: Human Interest

Pigeon holes are just for pigeons.

October 19, 2014 |

The quote above is by one of my favorite singers, Jessye Norman. She doesn’t like to be “pigeon holed”; I don’t think any of us do. Check out this guy Malcolm Mitchell who easily steps out of his comfort zone. … Read More

More important things than winning.

October 18, 2014 |

Devil’s Lake runner Melanie Bailey didn’t end up as the winner of the Eastern Dakota Conference’s Cross Country Championship, but she won a lot of hearts and gained a new friend.

South Fargo runner Danielle LeNoue was nearing the finish … Read More

UA Amazing American: George Washington Carver

October 18, 2014 |

Most people probably think of “peanuts” when they think of George Washington Carver, and indeed he developed over 300 products with the lowly plant. But from where did he draw his inspiration?

Carver was curious by nature, and was a … Read More

Unstoppable Gabby

October 17, 2014 |

Two bouts with cancer, and a horrific car accident would stop most people; or any one of those three, but not Gabriela Salinas.

At the young age of seven while living in Bolivia, Gabby was diagnosed with bone cancer in … Read More

Thanks a LOT!

October 16, 2014 |

We spend a lot of time these days trying to see what’s “coming down the pike” what with all of the unrest in the world. It seems every day brings a new viral outbreak, or a stock market drop. Maybe … Read More

“86″ the word CAN’T!

October 16, 2014 |

Any of you who have waited tables, or worked in a restaurant have probably heard the term “86″; it means you are “out” of one of your food items. You also probably know that the restaurant business is one of … Read More

Old friends are the BEST friends

October 15, 2014 |

The best friendships are the ones where you can pick up right where you left off, without missing a beat. There is no awkwardness, just “catching up” to do and “private jokes” to retell.

These two buddies were referred to … Read More