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Job heaven: Sevens

November 29, 2010 Sharon Wilhelm started working as a server in a restaurant at age 21. At age 65, she’s still going strong, and enjoys her work so much that she hopes to continue with it for as long as she is able. more »»

A new calling

November 15, 2010 BELCOURT — After living a long life as a Benedictine sister and an educator, Zelma Peltier now has a new position to add to her resume: politician. more »»

Oil boom ups tax equalization director’s work

November 8, 2010 The position of county director of tax equalization is not one that places its holder in the spotlight frequently. more »»

Spanish Club president wants to bring Hispanic culture to MSU

October 11, 2010 Growing up in Texas, Sara Gietzen was surrounded by Hispanic culture, such as folk dances, foods and the Spanish language, but she said she took a lot of it for granted and wishes now she’d paid mor... more »»

Genealogy buff helps with www.findagrave.com

October 4, 2010 DONNYBROOK — Herb Schwede of Donnybrook doesn’t consider himself an expert on cemeteries or genealogies. more »»

‘Hoopspiration’

September 27, 2010 All her life Jamie Grimes had been told not to exercise or exert herself because she was a severe asthmatic. more »»

Executive Director of St. Joseph’s Health Foundation enjoys giving back

September 20, 2010 Shelly Weppler, administrator of the St. Joseph’s Community Health Foundation, has enjoyed giving back to the community, through her volunteer work and her work with the foundation. more »»

Wings in wartime

September 13, 2010 CROSBY — Erwin “Bud” Hanson of Crosby remembers the Oscar. “Our enemy was the Oscar. It was the Japanese army land-based fighter as the Zero was for the carrier-based navy. more »»

Man takes pride in brightening smiles

September 6, 2010 BOTTINEAU — He takes pride in his work and it shows. more »»

Best of both worlds

August 16, 2010 Bob Underwood’s life seems to have come full circle when he recently took a job with the Minot Forestry Department after spending close to two decades teaching at Dakota College at Bottineau. more »»

Images and words

August 9, 2010 “Jack of all trades, master of none.” That phrase, in its common current use, normally describes someone who can do many things, but do none of those things exceptionally. more »»

Trinity Health welcomes new urologist

August 2, 2010 In a wave of recruitment, Trinity Health has welcomed several new health care providers to the area. Dr. Ryan Hedgepeth, urologist, is one of the new recruits. more »»

‘Grandma Jean Horseshow’

July 27, 2010 Jean Fredrich’s State Fair ID tag reads “Grandma Jean Horseshow.” For about 32 years, Fredrich has been the horse superintendent for the North Dakota State Fai. more »»

An absolute passion

July 18, 2010 Ashley Gerner is saving North Dakota, one baby at a time. Based in Fargo, she travels the state on a regular basis, helping secure funds dedicated to help eliminate premature births. more »»

Director retires after steering social change for 35 years

July 5, 2010 Dan Richter saw the social work field become increasingly specialized during his 35 years as director of Ward County Social Services. His job was an exceptio. more »»

Mick McJunkin aims to take his passion to next level

June 21, 2010 Mick McJunkin tends to be the best archer wherever he goes, and Minot is no different. McJunkin, who is set to become the new owner of Dreamland Homes, 6201 U.S. Highway 2 and 52 Bypass W. more »»

Retired FBI agent: Highly demanding, highly rewarding

June 14, 2010 WASHINGTON – All good things must come to an end, even things that were good for many, many people. more »»

Keeping it clean

June 7, 2010 Barbara Frye, a housekeeper for Trinity Health in Minot, likes the stability of her job and the work environment. more »»

Brothers following family tradition of being in military

May 31, 2010 Within a week of each other, brothers Donovan and Joss Blatherwick graduated from college in two different states and and received their commissions in the military. more »»

From tanks to the banks

May 24, 2010 RIVERDALE – The man responsible for watching and caring for millions of fish has reached the end of his career at the Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery near Riverdal. more »»

 
 
 

 

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