By Marci Narum “Never underestimate the power of a woman.” Ladies Home Journal made that slogan popular when it first appeared as an ad campaign in 1941. A movement spreading across the country 76 years later shows us how true those words are, especially if the woman has $100 and […]
Look What She Did: Randi Heisler
Rugby, North Dakota’s downtown is booming—three new businesses are opening there this fall and fellow downtown business owner Randi Heisler couldn’t be more excited. “I am really excited about more women opening businesses in our downtown. I am a true believer that a downtown makes a town,” says Randi. Randi’s […]
Look What She Did: Julie Stavn
Awards are nothing new to Julie Stavn. She’s racked up an impressive list of awards during her more than three decades as a cross country and track coach at Bismarck’s Century High School. Besides coaching her teams to regional and state titles, Coach Stavn has been West Region Coach of […]
Look What She Did: Thea Jorgensen
Thea Jorgensen is passionate about fitness and about helping others. Two years ago, she combined those passions to start Thea Ward Fitness, a private training studio in Bismarck. Although her business is still young, she’s already being recognized for her work. This summer, Thea was awarded one of two North […]
24 Years and Still Poppin’
By Lexi Kerzman Capital A’Fair has been a favorite summer event in the Bismarck-Mandan area for 43 years. It takes place on the capitol lawn in Bismarck, North Dakota each August and attracts vendors and customers from all over the country. There is live music and more than 130 different […]
Abundance: Present in Every Moment
By Beth Anderson What comes to mind for you when you think of abundance? Thick, golden wheat fields waving in the breeze? Heavy-laden sunflowers bowing their golden heads? A checkbook balancing down to the penny with some extra leftover? Dictionary.com defines abundance as 1. an extremely plentiful or oversufficient quantity […]
Call for Kids’ Submissions
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VIDEO: Six Degrees of English
Members of the English Club talk about their friendship, England, and America.
VLOG: Jody and Marci talk about the July 2017 issue
Our July issue is on stands now! This month’s theme is “Freedom” and we are super excited about the stories in this issue. Pick up your copy today!
The Nursing Den: Happy Hideaway for Breastfeeding Moms
by Paula Redmann We’ve all seen “that look” on the face of a mother with a young child. You know, when she glances at her watch (yep, it’s time) and starts to re-arrange that slightly unhappy wee one on her hip. Timing is everything. Slightly unhappy could escalate into full-on […]