Oct 20, 2020
I am my own worst critic. So why do I keep listening to that voice in my head that tells me I can't?
Why is it that others seem far more apt to tell us what's wrong than what's right?
We have the ability to shift it ... are we willing?
Oct 19, 2020
We all know voting is a right we have as American citizens. But sometimes it's easy to overlook it. To believe your voice doesn't really matter. That it's more of a chore or a duty than an opportunity.
Mike McCuaig and his wife Sylvia Vogt had a very different experience in the Homewood neighborhood of Aleghany...
Oct 15, 2020
Sarah Olson is a Momma on a Mission. When Sarah's son Levi was born with spina bifida, she learned quickly that the challenges he faced were ones many people just had to endure.
But with her sheer determination, faith, and a focus on the goodness of humanity, Sarah not only invented a medical device to help her son, but...
Oct 13, 2020
That’s not a question I asked myself for most of my career. In fact I prided myself on just putting my head down and doing my job. I just didn’t understand why others were so upset by things or even sometimes why they were happy about other things.
In hindsight now I can see how being in touch with how I wanted to...
Oct 8, 2020
COVID burnout is a real thing. It makes us crazy. But it doesn't have to make us mean. In this conversation with Robin Nelson, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Red River Valley and also the governance chair for the legislative committee for the Fargo School Board, she's gotten to see politics and leadership from a...