by Deb Seminary It has been eight days since we heard the flood news. As each day has passed, more and more people have needed help and more and more people have volunteered.
A Canoe Trip to Remember
By Shelly Preszler To celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary five years ago, my husband, Todd, and I decided to take a little overnight trip to Lanesboro, Minnesota. We were living near Rochester at the time while Todd was completing his Residency at the Mayo Clinic. It seemed like a great […]
Unanswered prayer brings unexpected blessings by Julie Fedorchak After two successful baby deliveries, my husband and I had the “All American” family – one girl and one boy. Since our house was tastefully accessorized with nursing pillows, puke rags and exer-saucers, we decided to pull the trigger on a third.
Handcrafted Just for You: Women Vendors Dish on the Urban Harvest Experience
By Amanda Mack What is the difference between an artist and a crafter? A debate lies therein. Some might say that an artist creates what you put on your walls to decorate your home or workplace whereas a crafter creates functional art, something handmade that you can wear like a […]
Finally, Sisters – Redefining their relationship
by Deb Seminary Annette Hedstrom moved to Bismarck at the urging of her sister, Missy Munson. “She would always say, ‘just move here’,” said Hedstrom. “I came to help with a graduation in 2009, and I said ‘does your offer still stand?’ She said ‘yep’ and I said ‘ok, I’ll […]
The Erickson Sisters Put Them In Order
by Deb Seminary The Erickson sisters recently celebrated their 11th ‘Running O’ the Green’ in Jamestown. It is a way for them to connect and have some fun. “We don’t really run,” explained Michelle. “And, when people learn we are sisters we ask them to put us in order according […]
Celebrating Sisterhood – The Cashman Sisters
By Kylie Blanchard Each year the Cashman sisters come together for an event they proudly call CashWoman Weekend. It is a time for Nancy Cashman, Katie Cashman , Missy Cashman, Genny Giese, Amanda Cashman, their sister-in-law, Dina Cashman, and their mom, Carol Cashman, to reconnect and celebrate their sisterhood.
Featured Advertiser – Dakota Stage
Dakota Stage has been entertaining and enriching area audiences for 32 seasons. The community theatre organization brings numerous productions to the stage each year, including a summer season of children’s theatre with Shade Tree Players. Dakota Stage is located at 412, East Main Avenue in downtown Bismarck.
Tortellini & Ham
by Megan Rosten View more of her recipes on her blog 1 stick (1/2 c.) butter, softened 2 tsp. basil 1 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. black pepper 4 Tbsp. Mayonnaise (reduced-fat is fine) 8 oz. Cream Cheese (I use reduced-fat), softened 1 c. half & half 2 c. grated […]
by Megan Rosten View all of her recipes on her blog 18 1/2 oz. box chocolate cake mix 8 oz. package cream cheese (I use reduced-fat) 1 egg 1/3 c. sugar pinch of salt 6 oz. chocolate chips (mini work the best)