Danielle Teigen has worked for Forum Communications since May 2015. She is the features editor who also manages digital and sponsored content. She first worked for the company in 2007 as an intern and part-time reporter. She later served as editor for two local magazines and in marketing and public relations roles for an engineering firm and the chamber of commerce. She is originally from Turton, S.D.
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Winter is here. That's not just a reference to the HBO television series "Game of Thrones." With the bouts of snowfall recently, the realization that winter is upon us has dawned on many. If you're one to plan far in advance, you may have your home already prepped and ready to endure the sub-zero temperatures set to descend on us in the coming months. But if you haven't, you still have time to prepare for the onslaught of wintry winds and blowing snow, thanks to the list below.
FARGO—Minot native Josh Duhamel and his wife of eight years, singer Fergie, announced Thursday, Sept. 14, to People magazine that they have separated. The announcement states the couple separated earlier in the year to "give our family the best opportunity to adjust" before the split was made public. "We are and will always be united in our support of each other and our family," the People.com statement continues. The couple has one child together, 4-year-old son Axl.
MOORHEAD — A 30-year stint as a Habitat for Humanity volunteer is impressive in its own right, but Darrell Gilmore has taken his devotion a step further. On Jan. 2, Gilmore set out to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity in all 50 states by the end of 2017.
Meal time. For parents with young children, sitting down for a family dinner may not always be the quaint scenario they imagine. Parents may claim their kids are picky eaters, but in some cases, children can experience true food aversions. How's a parent to know if a child simply doesn't like a food versus having actual issues with the eating process?
One of the most popular home decor trends combines organic elements with sleek modernity — aptly named rustic chic. Many homeowners are incorporating the style into their space through recycled or reclaimed wood elements that add warmth and nature while still maintaining a clean look. One Fargo company is at the center of the trend and has even taken another step forward by repurposing ash trees being removed by the city.
In a matter of days and weeks, students will once again be roaming the hallways of area schools, marking the end of summer and the start of another school year. The transition always brings a mixture of emotions and expectations; get your student off to a great start with these helpful tips. Plan the transition around your child's needs.
Spring has always been a time for change — whether that comes in the form of new life, unexpected journeys or updated looks. Your home is no different. Spring is a great time to refresh your home's decor by embracing the latest trends and incorporating change — no matter how small — into the furnishings that surround you every day.
Across the country, people will don green clothing today and make plans to imbibe some green beer or feast on bangers and mash (or, mistakenly, Lucky Charms) to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Parades commemorating the day will take place in 30 countries, including a weeklong festival on the Caribbean island of Montserrat. The island of more than 5,000 people will celebrate its Irish heritage as well as an unsuccessful slave uprising that had been planned for March 17, 1768.
FARGO — One year ago, Sara Hanstad was commuting from Fergus Falls to Fargo and attending the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce's Women Connect events when her professional landscape shifted. Transitioning from a credit analyst to a commercial banker with Wells Fargo allowed Hanstad to view the monthly events in a new light. "I'd moved to Fargo and started this new position and suddenly Women Connect became an opportunity to network with a large group of businesswomen," Hanstad says.