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Profile 2021 Magazine: Deep Roots

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Education is destined for massive change in today’s tech-savvy, fast-paced world. Children are growing up in the age of instant gratification.…

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For years, the cost of higher education in the U.S. has been climbing at disproportionate rates. From the 2007–2008 school year to the 2017–20…

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Today, the Red River Valley is seen as a farmer’s paradise. Corn, soybean, wheat and sugar beet crops carpet the land, glowing golden during h…

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Amid the challenges of 2020, there were people who took risks, made changes and began seeing the fruits of their success.

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The Rotary Club’s motto is “Service above self,” a motto its members have been fulfilling for 100 years in Wahpeton and Breckenridge.

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Longtime Wahpeton resident Joan Fredericksen never used her sewing skills for much outside of making clothing for herself, her children and a …

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The Yaggie family of Breckenridge, Minnesota, has had a continual presence in Cowboy athletics. Cooper Yaggie, and his two cousins, Carson and…

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Abby Miller is a Wahpeton, North Dakota native, NDSU graduate, campaign finance assistant and radio producer. Not all at once of course, but a…

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From a young age, Michelle Zietlow-Miller was always academic. Her success in academics would bring her to Cordova, Illinois, where she works …

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When we feel an ache in our body, many of us head to the doctor. But what if we feel an ache in our heart? In our mind? What if we feel overwh…

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Few can argue with the merits of a good burger or the mouth-watering appeal of a juicy sirloin. Many cringe at the mere thought of a stringent…

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Years of hard work paid off for Ryan Smith to the tune of a state title in track and field, three national championships with the North Dakota…

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Dan Thompson of Wyndmere, North Dakota, is a lifelong volunteer for many organizations and strong supporter of local fundraisers in Richland a…

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When his children were young Ben Fink’s first wife, Jaquie, experienced heart problems, eventually needing to be placed in a nursing home for …

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If Mr. Wahpeton was a title, surely one of the forerunners, if not outright titleholder, would be Wayne Beyer, Wahpeton Parks and Recreation d…

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Like many older North Dakotans, Ruth Novotny isn’t as agile as she used to be.

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Modern day healthcare incorporates the latest technology to help physicians view the body like never before, make more accurate diagnoses, and…

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Will some of Wahpeton science students become trained crime scene investigators?

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CNC (computer numerical control) machines allows students enrolled in Southeast Region Career and Technology Center to program a machine to do…

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Would you buy a trash can made of trash? How about a coffee mug made from coffee? What about sunglasses made from beer or guitar picks made fr…

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The state’s agriculture industry normally works compatibly with the fluctuations of Mother Nature. Farmers and ranchers are used to working un…

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