NDAD INSIGHT 2nd power chair welcome transportation for 'Speedy'
Donald Shock eagerly welcomes each springs arrival to Dickinson, N.D. and for good reason.
I dont try to stand idle, said Shock, 73. Im either going somewhere or trying to enjoy the fresh air.
Its ... Posted on 6/14/13 at 3:20 PM
LIVING IN RETIREMENT What Can Be Given To a Charity?
While most anything can be given to charity, these are the more common forms of donated property:
Cash: Cash gifts are the easiest to give to a charity, both in terms of substantiating the deduction ... Posted on 5/21/13 at 3:35 PM
LAKE AGASSIZ HABITAT FOR HUMANITY GoFar for Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity
Thousands of runners will hit the streets to Run Fargo this weekend. No matter what the event, everyone has a reason for participating. Some do it to lose weight. Others are striving to break their ow... Posted on 5/17/13 at 10:30 AM
READ OILFIELD WIVES Shrink for Good
Originally posted on The Sisterhood of the Shrinking Jeans.
You're thirsty. You walk to the kitchen, turn on the faucet, and fill a cup with cold, refreshing water. Or maybe you grab a bottle of wate... Posted on 4/29/13 at 7:22 AM
FAIRLY CRAFTY Recycled Art: Mosaic Tile (Part 2)
A couple of months back, I created a mosaic for the Habitat for Humanity Recycled Art show, "Home is Where the Art Is". It was great to be involved in something like this, and I've never sold any of m... Posted on 4/8/13 at 3:39 PM
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- Tonight, we have a good update to a bleak story we brought you in December. Shanna Bowman of Detroit Lakes could not stop losing weight after suffering complications from gastric bypass surgery.
BEMIDJI, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota group that represents charitable gambling operators is holding meetings around the state to promote the struggling electronic bar games that are supposed to help pay for the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV)-- We first brought you this story back in January, when a Pelican Rapids farmer was crushed between his tractor and a pickup. 6-months later, he's up and walking, but not without restrictions.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Donations are pouring into Oklahoma as people around the country look to help residents affected by last week's violent tornado outbreak, but charities also are receiving plenty of items they don't need — tons of used clothes, shoes and stuffed animals that take up valuable warehouse space and clog distribution networks.
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