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Parkinson's Outreach Breast Cancer at No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission from AW. Area Woman is a trademark registered at U. Patent and Trademark Office. Area Woman Publishing assumes no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts or photographs and does not necessarily agree with content or advertising presented. Marie Laska has lived in North Dakota for the past five years after migrating south from Canada.

She lives by the creed that everyone has a story to tell, and writing for Area Woman allows her to share some of those stories. She loves coffee, wine and B-list horror movies. An art lover from an early age, Kim spent the early years of her career as a graphic artist and editorial liaison. Her work led her to the publishing world where she became Editor-in-Chief of award winning From House to Home national magazine. Alicia is the creator of prairiestylefile. She frequently travels across the region to cover the arts, culture, shopping, events and fashion of the Upper Midwest.

She is a local correspondent for Reuters and her work has been published in numerous magazines and newspapers in the region. She is also a featured writer for several online publications and a well-traveled public speaker. Alicia is a graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead. She loves traveling, reading, experimenting in the kitchen and shopping at estate sales.

Alicia lives in West Fargo with her husband and their extremely busy toddler. In this edition of Area Life, you can read about several recent events have given area residents the chance to mingle with their like-minded neighbors. The events calendar is the perfect reference for making sure you don't miss the next big events. And, take a moment to read the story behind two incredible organizations that are dedicated to improving the lives of individuals in the Red River Valley, throughout North Dakota and around the country.

Image provided by Jill Ockhardt Blaufuss. Your expedition will include a presentation from Jungle Jack Hanna. Must be 21 and over to attend. Artists in the Fargo-Moorhead area open their studio doors to the public.

Free maps available at fmva. This class is a workout for moms who have babies that can be held in a chest carrier or not yet walking. This class will enable moms to workout with their baby while creating a bonding experience that establishes a foundation for lifelong healthy habits.

Models will be breast cancer survivors as well as their relatives and friends. A free will offering is suggested for the fashion show and burger baskets. Are you planning or attending an upcoming event? Submit local events online at areawomanmagazine. Love art but hate the mess? Bring your child to these interactive art programs to have fun while building a variety of take-home projects.

All creative materials will be provided. This program is free thanks to a grant from Xcel Energy. Come enjoy our famous homemade apple dumplings! Silet auctions, Tours, bake sale, book fair, and the Myron Sommerfield Orchestra. Do you or one of your family members have a restricted diet due to gluten? Come learn about what celiac disease is as well as the common symptoms and complications. We will also discuss what the gluten free diet is as well as any nutritional concerns that may arise from following the diet.

This event is free and open to the community. Register at the front desk or by calling Supper and beverages will be served. Non-members are welcome to attend, but in order to vote a member registration form must be completed prior to the ballot. National Fossil Day is Wednesday, Oct. Kids of all ages are invited to the Main Library where Dr. Lydia Tackett, Assistant Professor of Geology at NDSU, will explain how paleontologists learn about the lives of extinct animals by studying the traces left behind.

All materials will be provided; treats will be served. Area interior designers, architects, engineers and other professionals will come together to build art sculptures out of canned food. Structures will be built Saturday, October 17th and will be on display at West Acres Mall for one week from Sunday the 18th through the 25th of October.

Free areola tattooing for women that have had reconstrictive surgery. Schedule your appointment today! Unlimited beer samples from local breweries, delicious food, silent auction, appearance by the Front Fenders.

This event is held at Kmart. Volunteers will be sitting in the entrance of Kmart collecting baby supplies such as diapers, formula, pacifiers, clothing, books, wipes, baby monitors, etc.

Enjoy trick-or-treating, fall activities, creepy critter encounters, special keeper chats and more! Regular admission rates apply, RRZ Members and children under two are free! A night of fun for the entire family! Vampires, ghosts and skeletons welcome. All participants are encouraged to wear a costume and dance the night away. Explore the haunted attic, play ghoulish games, and trick-or-treat for some spooky snacks.

Enjoy a live DJ all night long and a spooktacular entertainment show at 7: Youth Journeys is a day-long program for youth, ages six to 18, who have lost a loved one. The day is broken down in sections, allowing youth a chance to explore how the death of their loved one has affected their lives, feelings they have, self-care and embracing memories. Food and snacks are provided throughout the day.

The session is free, but registration is required by Oct. Pre-screening is also required for this class. Please call and ask for the bereavement department. The world's greatest live-action sports event returns to North America this fall with an all-new show. Starring time X Games medalist Travis Pastrana, the tour will feature unbelievable tricks and insane stunts, plus a whole new repertoire of daredevil fun.

The half-day seminar begins at 9 a. A light brunch will be served. The conference includes several speakers and topics. Area vendors will also be onsite during the event. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required by Oct. For questions or to register, please call Julie Marxen at Local hearts and local art come together to raise money for those in our area fighting breast cancer.

Local artists donate the wearable and non-wearable pieces and all proceeds are donated to the Bras on Broadway Fund with Dakota Medical Foundation to support those in our area fighting breast cancer. Classes will be held Mondays from 6: You will leave having a heightened understanding of how to respond to challenging behaviors with intention and purpose, and how to help build stronger kids, from the inside out.

When the Pilgrims arrived in North America, there were many new animals they had never encountered before. Come out to the Zoo to learn about the amazing animals of North America. Class includes games, activities, crafts and an animal encounter. For tickets, go to www. We are excited to share these masterpieces with the Fargo-Moorhead area again and to remember the man who influenced so many during his time working in the community.

Let your children explore through a variety of handson activities and projects. Scots and non-Scots are welcome! Sponsored by The St. Andrew's Society of the FargoMoorhead area.

Managing grief in times of celebration can be overwhelming. This session is free and open. During regular business hours and DOME events. Come cheer on the Fargo Force as they take on the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Scheels Arena 31st Ave S. Fargo Theatre Broadway, Fargo. The festival draws community members together to learn about each other through sharing their artistic and cultural traditions. Holiday Home tour featuring eight beautifully decorated homes in Fargo's Rose Creek neighborhood.

The turkey trot is a family event to get everyone together to have some fun! Create a turkey themed craft before or after the run so you can really get in the turkey spirit.

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He said to me so many insults, my religion, my color, my language, and he told me you are not belong to here. Mohamed arrived in the United States 20 years ago, worked as a factory employee until he was recently injured on the job, and has never been the focus of a hate crime before, he said.

Police officers told him they had never seen such a crime before, and that the incident is under investigation. Although North Dakota does not yet have hate crime legislation, Mohamed is now worried about his own safety. Now I am worried about my safety.

The guy broke into my car, he could break into my apartment and kill me. He has also lived in the Maplewood Apartments for six years without incident.

If he say bad things, what about the other people? Already they broke the First Amendment, the Second Amendment. Hate crimes are not about black or white racial issues, but about a protected class versus an unprotected class. Toyota Corolla and the front door scrapes — photo by C. This is why we need hate crime legislation in North Dakota, and city ordinance too. We wanted our community to speak out. This is their city. This is their country. We came here the way others came here.

Fargo is a welcoming city, and there are just a few who are doing this. Earlier in , a car belonging to a New American was spray-painted. James Patrick Billiot, 32, Fargo, and Justin William Rifanburg, 28, West Fargo, assaulted Shuib Ali, who was moving into an apartment when the attack occurred after racial epithets were said, according to police reports.

Later in July, Amber Elizabeth Hensley was filmed while threatening to kill three Somali women in a Walmart parking lot. Video from the incident went viral, and the four people involved later made up, apologizing at the police station. The incident is still under investigation by police, who were also contacted for comment, but did not respond to further requests for information by press time. Haisley Jo Greywind-Matheny — photo provided by the family.

Both were arrested five days after Greywind — eight months pregnant with Haisley Jo at the time — went missing. The couple share identical charges of conspiracy to commit kidnapping, conspiracy to commit murder, and conspiracy to give false information to police. Sweet scents of burning sage waft from the apartment complex.

The dog was found by a neighbor, who gave the go-ahead to post a picture of the dog on Facebook. The dog made me forget all this stuff that has been going on constantly in my mind.

A young man named Skylor Charboneau took first place at a powwow over Labor Day Weekend and donated his winnings to the Greywind family. An online petition to the City of Fargo to tear down the apartment building in which the Greywind family lived has already been signed by 2, petitioners. Greywind began her nursing career in Devils Lake, and then transferred to Eventide in Fargo. She had been dating Ashton Matheny since her freshman year in high school, and the couple were looking forward to starting a family.

Savanna is survived by her daughter, Haisley Jo, her parents, Norberta and Joe, her brothers and a sister, her grandparents, and nieces and nephews, the obituary reported. So much guilt, anger just every emotion. Just want to thank my Lafontaine family for being there for my family from the beginning and I know you will continue to be there. I love every one of you. My baby did not deserve this. She was an amazing person, so much love to give and she was the rock of our family, her pregnancy was the most exciting time for us, to lose that and my grandbaby will never know her mother just tears me up.

Margaret McIntosh signed the receipt with Greywind in August. McIntosh is listed as the registered agent of the company. The property, which has total square footage of 12, square feet, is listed as a unit complex with an addition name of Cedarholm, and is legally authorized to be used as an apartment building.

North Dakota law states that landlords can require a prospective tenant to complete an application, and charge an application fee, which my not be refundable. Such fees, however, are not considered security deposits. An agreement between a landlord and tenant is a lease agreement, which can be oral or written. Failure to give proper notice could result in loss of a security deposit. Any security deposit must be returned to the tenant at the end of a lease within 30 days, or the tenant given a written accounting as to why the deposit was not returned.

Disagreements are usually taken to Small Claims Court. The Greywind family and supporters believe a special case should be made for Savanna Greywind, however, and the deposit should be returned.

McIntosh refused to answer questions regarding the situation, and hung up the telephone. The police tip lines number has changed to In those lawless days, they preferred death to the pain and humiliation.

His grandparents passed the story and other oral histories to him. So this list was started to acknowledge women from Standing Rock. The list began to grow as families from places other than Standing Rock asked to have their relatives added to the list. After each name was read, a child put tobacco in the water for them, Win Young said. When we were real tiny my mom and dad would warn me about being kidnapped, all the time.

Never go to a public restroom alone. Never go to New Town, never go to Williston. If police tell you to pull over, never stop in a deserted area, always travel to a well-lit public spot, are some of the rules Win Young and other Native American women live by. A graduate of the University of North Dakota, she is now a mother with four children. There are cops, even tribal cops, who do that to the women.

They rape them, and then leave them out there. Lissa Yellow Bird-Chase, founder of the Sahnish Scouts of North Dakota, a citizen-led organization that helps bring the missing justice, said sexual exploitation on reservations is an issue that has always been a problem, and had never gotten better. People are talking about it more. Native Americans go into this dark, shameful place because of the stigma of drugs and alcoholism on reservations. I said a few years ago that within 10 years everybody will be able to identify with a lost or missing person, this is an epidemic as well.

Candace Rough Surface , 18, was beaten, raped, then shot five times in Her body decomposed in a muddy and shallow bay for nine months before a local rancher found her. Scherr, from Kenel, South Dakota, who pled guilty in , receiving a year prison sentence. Summers pled guilty to second-degree murder and received a year prison sentence. A Native American man, Richard White Eagle, from Fort Yates, was charged with sexually assaulting Manley after she passed out on his couch, according to documents filed by the U.

District Court of North Dakota. Her remains were discovered on June 16, in the James River. By , police had a suspect, but not enough evidence. The suspect was never publicly identified, and the case remains unsolved. Pamela was an undergraduate student at North Dakota College of Science in Wahpeton when she visited her mother. Williams written in Described posthumously as a hero, she was an activist who dealt with personal issues such as drugs and gang activities, and dreamed of creating safe houses and cultural exchanges among youth communities.

Madison was found dead along the Grand River after disappearing for three days. Thirty-one-year-old Ivy Archambault was raped, taken out of town, and then bludgeoned to death in October by a year-old burglar. Perhaps the most well-known case is the story of Anna Mae Aquash , whose murder is still a controversial topic. At 30 years old, she was shot in the back of the head and found two months later after the snow melted in Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota.

The FBI and the courts say she was killed by American Indian Movement members Leo Looking Cloud and John Graham after being suspected as an informant, but the investigation took nearly 30 years, and nobody was convicted of her murder until Robert William Pickton, 52 at the time of his arrest in , was a hog farmer in Port Coquitlam, and fed his victims to his pigs.

As of August 23, HeavyRunner was still missing. I will never stop searching for you. We will find you sister. Local police refused to recognize that she fit the description of a missing person, and her body was found on October 16, in a gully.

Search parties believe her death was an accident, but said that she could have been found much sooner if law enforcement had conducted a thorough search. A month later her body was discovered, naked and beaten, by volunteer searchers near Medicine Creek. In , the FBI doubled its reward for information. The year-old was missing for approximately a month before her body was found in what authorities called a suspicious death. More than a year later, no suspects have been arrested in connection with her death.

Jimmy Smith-Kramer , a year-old father of twins, was killed in a vehicular hit-and-run at the Donkey Creek area north of Hoquiam, Washington, in May while in his tent, according to media reports. Walker was arrested and charged with first-degree manslaughter. The Quinault tribe claim the incident was a hate crime, and Smith-Kramer was a registered member of the Quinault tribe. Another name was added to the list by Elliotte Little Bear: Glynnis Okla , from Wakpala, South Dakota, who was found in a cornfield, and whose murderer was never found.

Killing with near impunity International laws are clear; domestic jurisdictions are not. The United States has ratified many international treaties guaranteeing indigenous women the right to not be tortured or mistreated, the right to liberty and security of person, the right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health.

Prosecutions for crimes of sexual violence against Indigenous women are rare in federal, state, and tribal courts, resulting in impunity for perpetrators, a Congressional testimony by an Amnesty International U. The case went to trial in a state court, but the jurors were unable to agree on whether the suspects were guilty.

A juror who was asked why replied: Survivors of sexual violence in Indian lands also face prejudice and discrimination at all stages of the federal and state investigation and prosecution, Pollack said. The disregard for hurting Native Americans is nothing new, according to a oversight field hearing by the Committee on Natural Resources U.

Unresponsiveness is the typical answer Georgia Little Shield, director of the Pretty Bird Woman House Shelter on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, receives when she calls for police assistance for battered women, she said during a Congressional hearing in Sometimes women prefer to spend the night in jail rather than face an angry oppressor.

The city police have no jurisdiction over Native women or men, so their hands are tied. We have become a lawless nation and now the people are taking the laws into their own hands. When this occurs, we have more rapes, more domestic violence, more inviting violence or gang violence. These women lost their lives to violence. White women are victimized at 8. Carol Pollack, the Amnesty International researcher, spent two years investigating the problem of sexual violence against Native American and Alaska Native women, and helped launch a worldwide campaign to Stop Violence Against Women in Native women are not only at especially high risk, but are also frequently denied justice, Pollack said.

Her investigation led her to Standing Rock, among other places, which illuminates the challenges in policing a vast, rural reservation where tribal and federal authorities have jurisdiction. Standing Rock Sioux Reservation spans 2. Standing Rock also has its own police force, which is operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and a tribal court, which hears civil and criminal complaints. In , Standing Rock had seven patrol cars. Jurisdictions When Edith Chavez argued with her former boyfriend while traveling to Mandan in June , he beat her then dumped her in Valley City.

What followed was a nightmare of escaping a kidnapper intent on trafficking, only to be jailed by police, according to media reports. Planning to meet an aunt in Fargo, Chavez hitchhiked nearly 40 miles to a Casselton gas station, where she was hit over the head while texting family on her laptop computer.

The next few days were spent in and out of consciousness. Her attacker deactivated her Facebook page and kept her drugged. She managed to escape somewhere in western North Dakota, and wandered to the tiny town of Wildrose.

From there, she traveled another 54 miles to Williston, where police expressed more interest in her criminal record than finding her attacker, according to media outlet Timberjay. She was jailed on a bench warrant, and later released. Dehydrated and bruised, she limped more than miles north to a Minot hospital where she contacted family at the Vermilion Reservation in Minnesota.

Eleven days on the run, and few people tried to help Chavez. Those sworn to protect and serve only worsened her traumatic experience, admitting they have little information to investigate, Timberjay reported. Complicated jurisdictional issues delay investigations and prosecutions of sexual crimes, Pollack said. Three main factors determine where jurisdictional authority lies: If a suspect is Native American, then tribal and federal authorities have concurrent jurisdiction.

If a suspect is non-Native, then only the federal government can prosecute. Criminals flee both away from and to tribal lands. Police report criminals at times cross the bridge to the Standing Rock Reservation in South Dakota, stop the car, get out, and laugh at police from the other side because they are banned from pursuing criminals any further.

The trafficking can follow a pipeline: Once, when her gas tank was nearing empty, she stopped to fill up at station near Williston. That was something that was brought here by the oil boom. It bewilders me that people can be so out of touch and so racist. Apartment number five is boarded up tight. An even shorter route leads to the rear door and a parking lot.

From the outside appearance, the building is clean, white washed; no palpable evil emanates from apartment number five. The suspects do not resemble monsters. The apartment complex from which Savanna Lafontaine-Greywind went missing from — photo by C. Apartment 5, the room to which Savanna Lafontaine-Greywind went before her disappearance — photo by C.

The backdoor, easily accessible from apartment 5 — photo by C. Savanna was the victim of a cruel and vicious act of depravity. A crime that crosses state lines frequently becomes a federal case, which may present jurisdictional issues. Front door of the apartment building from which Savanna Lafontaine-Greywinf disappeared — photo by C. North Dakota banned the death penalty in , but the federal government does employ capital punishment for federal offenses such as kidnapping leading to death.

Although many case facts are still unknown, what is clear is that Greywind, 22, and eight months pregnant, left her apartment on the first floor to model a dress for Crews at approximately 1: An hour went by, and her year-old brother texted her for a ride to work. Crews answered the door and told Norberta that her daughter was no longer there.

Later that night, family reported Greywind missing. Three consent searches were made by police of the apartment complex, but no information was forthcoming until Thursday, when police obtained a forensic warrant and discovered a healthy newborn infant inside apartment number five with Crews. Luminescent-shirted volunteers have helped with with searches totaling more than tips, and by Sunday combed more than 35 areas of interest.

Since police became involved, a total of 35 detectives, four sergeants, two lieutenants, cadaver dogs, K-9s, watercraft, aircraft, and a deputy chief have been working around the clock on this investigation, Fargo Police Chief David Todd said.

The activity early Sunday morning brought Norberta and Joe Greywind from the hotel where they were staying. The couple appeared nervous, quickly walking toward where four police vehicles and a fire truck were parked along the Red River. They stopped, waiting for any word, but law enforcement officials were busy. In the darkness, 3: She mentioned a public Facebook post Crews posted on July 22, , of a Native American woman breastfeeding a baby with two other infants on her lap, which disgusted her.

All attendees were smudged with burning sage after lunch. Our goal is to bring Savanna home. Behind him, four men, including Zebediah Gartner, 20, an Anishinaabe from Fargo, sang a Native American song while beating a drum. Their voices rose and fell, synchronized drumbeats softened while Gartner drumstick rose high, then crashed into the soft leather. Dozens ate barbecue and hamburgers from plastic plates, while luminescent green-shirted search volunteers gathered for the upcoming meeting.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Savanna. The willingness of our people to volunteer and help others is appreciated and uplifting. Arraignment Hoehn, pronounced Hayne, entered the television screen dressed from neck to ankles in orange on Monday afternoon. Hands folded in front of him, he remained emotionless when the charges were read against him.

William Henry Hoehn in prison orange — photo by C. Hoehn is unemployed, and qualified for a public defender, fees for which he may be responsible for paying back if proven guilty. He has a prior criminal record including child abuse in , possession of drug paraphernalia in , and a simple assault domestic violence charge Hoehn pled guilty to in That is not a reasonable bail. Crews looked at home in her orange pajama suit, keeping her head bowed most of the time while Martinez read the same charges.

Because Crews also has a criminal history, bad checks in the early s, and an assault in Minnesota that was later dismissed, the state asked for the same bail. Crews understood and did not attempt a discussion. Crews also qualified for a public defender, and her preliminary hearing was set for September 28, at 1: Red lights Family and friends are asking the City of Fargo to illuminate their front porches with red lights this week.

As a member of the Mandan Hidatsa Arikara Nation, Ruth Buffalo attended the arraignment hearing, and asked for people to honor Greywind and remember missing and murdered indigenous women every year. She wants the case to be tried in a federal court, as all registered Native Americans belong to a sovereign nation. If and when we go missing, it should go straight to federal, not the state.

Varvel also hopes the case goes to a federal court. Search volunteers Stephanie Walters, Brian Weidener, and Tonya Simonson, also stood outside the courthouse after the arraignment, expressing disdain that the two suspects were given bail at all. I was like, oh my gosh, we were so close to her. Friends and family are asking Fargoans to display red light bulbs in front porches or landings, Buffalo said.

If not red light bulbs, then a red dress by the front door is also acceptable. GoodBulb , at 12th Avenue North, Fargo, is selling red light bulbs all week, and will be contributing all proceeds to the family. Tom Enright will be representing his company Monday night starting at 8: Fetal abductions Whispers around the city have filtered across the state, even to national media outlets that Greywind was the victim of a fetal abduction.

The first recorded case of fetal abduction took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in when Winifred Ransom killed a pregnant mother of three using a handgun and a butcher knife to perform a Caesarian section on the victim.

When the pregnant woman, Margaret Sweeney, who was eight months pregnant at the time, regained consciousness during the operation, Ransom fired two shots into her head, and then buried the dead woman beneath the floorboards of her kitchen shed, according to the Delaware County Daily Times. The baby girl survived, and was being raised by relatives.

Ransom was acquitted on grounds of insanity, committed to a mental hospital, and then released after 20 months. Pierce was found guilty-but-mentally-ill of first degree murder and was sentenced to a life in prison. A sharp increase in fetal abductions were reported in until with 19 fetal abductions or attempted fetal abductions. The family is not using or accepting any GoFundMe account donations. Krissy Weber, listed from Fargo, is one of the people who set up a fake GoFundMe account, and was called out by netizens.

You should be ashamed of yourself. This family has been through so much and now as do [to] deal with people like you. No donations have been made as of early Monday morning. Christenson later responded by saying she had good intentions, and was disheartened by the accusation.

Downstairs of the apartment, laundry room, also has back door access — photo by C. Her family has been notified, Todd said. Rural 90th Avenue Northwest was blocked off in Cass County and Clay County, making travel impossible along the road while police conducted their investigation. Greywind went missing eight days ago on August 19, and she was eight months pregnant when she went upstairs to model a dress for neighbor, Brooke Lynn Crews, in Apartment 5, Ninth Street North, Fargo. Five days after Greywind disappeared, Fargo Police arrested Crews, 38, and William Henry Hoehn, 32, and say they believe they have the right suspects.

Both were charged with Class A felony conspiracy to commit kidnapping by police. The Fargo Police Department reported receiving more than tips during the week of investigation, and combed more than 35 areas of interest. Since police became involved, a total of 35 detectives, four sergeants, two lieutenants, cadaver dogs, K-9s, watercraft, aircraft, and a deputy chief have been working around the clock on this investigation, Todd said.

No further information is available at this time. This is a breaking news story and updates will be posted when received. One of the suspects was found with a newborn infant in the apartment upstairs to where Greywind and family lived.

We are doing DNA testing to confirm the identity of the baby, however, testing results can take several days. They both lived at the North Fargo apartment, and they were charged by police with Class A felony conspiracy to commit kidnapping. He was put on probation and ordered to attend psychological and domestic violence evaluations and parenting classes.

Since Greywind was reported missing last weekend, Fargo police, state and federal law enforcement agencies, have conducted constant surveillance, Todd said, investigating theories that Greywind was being held against her will, or that her unborn child had been removed or induced and was possibly alive.

In total, 35 detectives, four sergeants, two lieutenants, cadaver dogs, K-9s, watercraft, aircraft, and a deputy chief have been working around the clock on this investigation, Todd said. Search volunteers line up to write down names — photo by C. The first search was allowed by Crews, and police did not find Savanna.

Police went back later and did a second consent search, and still did not discover anything. A third search was conducted by a detective, which also came up empty. After a fourth complete forensics search was conducted on Thursday after warrants were obtained, police discovered the baby girl.

At this point we have not filed any charges. Suspects may be held up to 48 hours without official charges being filed, Burdick said, which in this case will expire during the weekend.

Six days after Greywind disappeared, she remains missing, and the suspects are refusing to speak. One lead led to the old Trollwood Park Friday afternoon, where more than 85 people gathered to begin searching areas south of the park. Some volunteers organized snacks and water bottles while others listed names and phone numbers on sheets of paper.

Just before setting off, Mason warned everyone to be careful of poison ivy, and gave out additional instructions including not to touch anything suspect, but to take a picture, and report.

He handed out maps, sectioning out search quadrants. She swayed a baby back and forth while giving encouragement to the volunteers. Any information can be called into the police tip line at Chilled, early morning air stabbed his lungs as he stepped from the rental car and into a beet field, bolt cutters in one hand, yellow chrysanthemums in the other. Finally, I get to do something real, shut down the Keystone 1 Pipeline. Class includes games, activities, crafts and an animal encounter.

For tickets, go to www. We are excited to share these masterpieces with the Fargo-Moorhead area again and to remember the man who influenced so many during his time working in the community. Let your children explore through a variety of handson activities and projects. Scots and non-Scots are welcome! Sponsored by The St. Andrew's Society of the FargoMoorhead area.

Managing grief in times of celebration can be overwhelming. This session is free and open. During regular business hours and DOME events.

Come cheer on the Fargo Force as they take on the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Scheels Arena 31st Ave S. Fargo Theatre Broadway, Fargo. The festival draws community members together to learn about each other through sharing their artistic and cultural traditions.

Holiday Home tour featuring eight beautifully decorated homes in Fargo's Rose Creek neighborhood. The turkey trot is a family event to get everyone together to have some fun!

Create a turkey themed craft before or after the run so you can really get in the turkey spirit. Join us in running, jogging or walking one mile on our indoor track at 1 p. We will draw the winners at the conclusion of the race. All ages and abilities are. Make it a holiday tradition with your family, friends or coworkers. For more information, contact Kimberly at Based on African folk tales, Anansi will delight even the youngest children. For tickets and more information, go to www.

Then you will call upon me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. Then you will seek me and find me: An event for the whole family. The Claus Family, sleigh rides, Games Galore, entertainment, art, face painting, and more.

Open to the public. Canned food items for Daily Bread Program. Complimentary bars, cookies, appetizers and beverages. Door prizes drawn each half hour. Claus' Kitchen to decorate gingerbread houses and cookies, listen to carolers and enjoy hot chocolate, apple cider and food provided by the Bonanza Belles.

Banquet In A Field is hosted by CommonGround North Dakota in order to bring together farmers and consumers to share conversations about food and farming and to discover how North Dakota farmers provide safe, nutritious food to American families. She introduced Chef Tony Nasello. You cannot imagine how our lives and food ideas have changed getting to know farmers. It is fun to come up with recipes to showcase our North Dakota crops. The dinner featured eleven crops and three meats all grown in North Dakota.

It is an honor to be here. Join in the conversation at findourcommonground. HARISM is a local non-profit neighborhood program designed to provide support to at risk youth and families.

The goal of the program is to encourage these young women to recognize that beauty comes from the inside. Through conversations about self-worth, healthy friendships and relationships, good character, making positive decisions and social issues that they might encounter, these young women are inspired to dream and plan for a positive future.

In addition to learning about valuing and taking care of themselves, they also develop skills for reaching out to their family and friends, and the larger community through volunteer projects. During the Tee Up tournament, not only did the golfers enjoy a beautiful day of golf and fun camaraderie, they were reminded about the purpose of their project with inspiring signs at each hole.

ShareHouse, which has been open for 40 years as of , provides chemical dependency services with four residential buildings totaling beds available across the Midwest. The money raised will go toward supporting the overall ShareHouse mission; in particular, money raised this year will go toward building a new program that will allow ShareHouse to add recovery coaching services to its repertoire.

From cats in strollers to tiny Chihuahuas to an enormous English Mastiff, cats and dogs. For the grand finale, participants lined up for a 1K walk with their pets through Lindenwood Park. Klefstad notes that the events are just one way people can help the shelter and the animals who, for however long, call it home. You can also volunteer, donate monetarily or with shelter supplies, become a foster family or adopt.

Shelter Wish List items are listed and online monetary donations can be made at www. The Homeward Animal Shelter of Fargo-Moorhead is primarily a pound rescue organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats at risk of being euthanized at local impounds.

We have a variety of pets available for adoption, from puppies and kittens to senior pets and everything in between, and almost any breed, including purebreds. Her unstoppable determination and boundless spirit propelled her to become a beloved teacher, mentor, administrator and world-renowned advocate for individuals with disabilities. Her life began on November 4, , in Grantsburg, Wisconsin. Her parents, four brothers and older sister nurtured her and became her biggest advocates. The best way to make that head help is to get it educated.

She started school at age eight and applying her keen mind graduated from 8th grade at age A long hospitalization for surgery and therapy while in high school did little to undermine her education and she graduated from St.

Paul Luther Academy at age She went on to college, pursuing her desire to become a teacher, and graduated cum laude. I had never been to North Dakota. She embraced and challenged her community in the interest of improving the quality of life for those in need of assistance. For thirty-one years she gave lead to continual growth and improvements vastly affecting the lives of countless individuals and families.

She held the position until her retirement in and served as a consultant to the school and a mentor to its students until her death.

Year presented to her by then-Vice President Richard Nixon. The Anne Carlsen Center exists to make the world a more inclusive place where independence is a gift to all. To learn more about the Anne Carlsen Center please visit www.

Matt Beilke Matt Beilke is a Green Bay Packers fan, a member of the Fargo Shriners, works at the Moorhead Center Mall, and speaks publicly at colleges, high schools and elementary schools as an advocate for the disabled. He was born with cerebral palsy but faces the challenges of the disorder with wit and determination. Beilke is quick to credit the Anne Carlsen Center for supporting him in his success. His life is filled with many interests including time with friends and family, fishing, hunting, camping and attending concerts.

Imagine trying to earn that degree while single-parenting one or two young children. Without a strong support system, steady income, affordable housing and affordable childcare, it quickly becomes almost impossible. The national organization, based out of Minneapolis-St. Paul, is a non-profit dedicated to helping single moms and their children out of poverty.

Jeremiah Program provides apartments, early childhood education and childcare, courses in empowerment and life skills, and a supportive environment. With these supports in place, women accepted into the program take year-round, full-time college courses to complete a two- or four-year degree, while working a part-time job.

Once they graduate from college, they transition out of Jeremiah Program. We provide the network of services to help them, but they do all the work. In late fall , the program plans to open the first Fargo-Moorhead campus, a building featuring 20 apartments, an on-site child development center, a community room, classrooms and offices. When I think of those women trying to raise children and wanting to be able to further their lives, it seems like a no-brainer to try to do something to help them.

Volunteers taught the first Life Skills classes in , helping women with everything from parenting and budgeting to self-care and career development. In , more volunteers led the first Empowerment Program, an week course that helps women focus on making positive choices for themselves and their children.

Each program has graduated 20 women. Tiffany Sundeen, an associate pastor at Olivet Lutheran Church, Fargo, is one of three volunteers who teach the twice-yearly Empowerment Program.

They discover they can handle anything that comes their way through empow-. It goes way beyond transitional housing and a childcare program. It truly transforms a person for good.

Evanson, mom of Aden, 4, joined Jeremiah Program in after learning about it on Facebook. The Jeremiah Program courses helped her become a better mother, grow in confidence and face her fears, she said.

She overcame her fear of public speaking and pitched to hundreds of people her product idea for a massage-style lactation table. She won first place. Since then, Evanson has created her own company, InnovativeMother, earned several awards and been accepted into prestigious entrepreneurial programs.

This fall, when Aden started preschool, his mom returned to college to earn her associates degree in entrepreneurship — all while running her new business. As always, this section features a look at hair trends, area shopping options and examples from area photographers. And keep up with the latest fashion trends with the Midwest Bubbly Girls.

Image provided by Midwestern Bubbly Girls. Freshly roasted coffee beans. Cozy place for a cup of coffee. A regular place for business conversations. A place where students study and stay awake. All of this at Dunn Bros Coffee in Fargo.

At either the 45th Street and 18th Avenue location, or the 25th Street and 13th Avenue location, you will find yourself in a relaxed place. The woman behind both shops is Meghann Poku, who also happens to be raising six children with her husband, chocolate entrepreneur, Isaac Poku.

She retired from the corporate world after 13 years so she could be an at-home wife and mom — and an entrepreneur, too. Saying she loves to have the coffee shops is an understatement. One of the reasons I opened them was for our community and to bless others. Saying she is proud of her product is also an understatement. Now our freshness in both coffee and food is unmatched. We roast coffee daily in our stores.

It is always with a week old from the roaster. Our ovens have no microwave elements. We have gluten-free and friendly options like our salads, gluten-free bread, energy bars and more. We have no funny ingredients. We use real cheese, like cheddar and Swiss, no cheese products. Customers will eat most things the same day products are baked. No pastry is ever more than hours old.

She learned her business. People got to know one another. He was humble, honest and loved the Lord. Another influential man in her life is her husband, Isaac. His passion is cultivating Africa one step at a time. Her first job was when she was 15 and a barista. She fell in love with coffee and connecting with people over a cup of coffee. Almost two decades later she is still doing what she loves and grows every day as a leader in the shops, the community and as a mother.

That is the same treatment we extend to our baristas, roasters and guests. We hope to make an impression on them for life lessons of kindness and respect. Africa plays a significant role in Dunn Bros coffee. The Dunn brothers, Minnesotans Ed and Dan, were passionate about coffee roasting. About 25 years ago, they decided to change the coffee consuming world. Their first coffee connoisseur shop opened in St. They cared about fresh roast. Too many shops ground their coffee and packaged in advance so the coffee sat on shelves.

They concentrated on the artisanal, in-house craft of roasting. The coffees are from growers who are adhering to high standards of sustainable agriculture. Dunn Bros learned of severe drought conditions in a trip to Kenya. Giving back is what Dunn Bros does. Giving back is what Poku and her crew at the two coffee shops do, too. Culinary experts Monte Jones, restaurant general manager, and Aladin Glaoui, food and beverage director, bring decades of experience to the table.

Jones, hailing from the Midwest but having spent much of his life in New York as both dancer and restaurateur, knows what a good steakhouse demands. Inspired by classic steakhouses of Minneapolis, Chicago, and New York, Basies offers up succulent cuts of Certified Angus beef complimented by your choice of hand-blended rubs and delectable seafood sourced from the finest suppliers and flown in fresh. The dreamy au gratin potatoes and mouthwatering creamed spinach top the list as favorites.

The atmosphere is comfortably sophisticated, perfect for a cozy couples night out or a friends-and-family celebration. Enjoy a wine flight or beer flight with your meal or sip them while enjoying the surroundings. Aladin Glaoui, food and beverage director, and Monte Jones, restaurant general manager Alongside the main dining room are two private rooms.

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The gown is touring the globe, and after completing its tour will be auctioned by a renowned auction house and opening bids are expected at one million dollars. Glaoui was born and raised in Morocco, spent time in Boston, New York, and Myrtle Beach among other places and ultimately chose to bring his family here to Fargo. Enjoy Basies' distinctive style for breakfast, lunch, dinner or one of its extraordinary Sunday or holiday buffets.

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Each person is very individual. Support the local girls. They all give as good of dances as this club will let them. The Mpls girls don't get my interest. I have had some dances in the last few years from all of the east European girls and learned to avoid them at all cost.

I actually had 1 try to reach into my wallet after the tip she demanded for 2 couch dances wasn't what she wanted. I saw it out west, they will run out all the local talent and leave you with nothing when the money slows up. Please Road Guy limit your wish list of girls to see. I need you to promote local so the girls will be in our area. I understand you have favorites like Sierra.

We just need to retain the women to South Dakota. This is an expensive club I been to and some people can't afford. I would to see these girls more local. Ah, I wish the road took me to Fargo next week.

Not only are two of my favorites there--Sierra and Prima-- but a new woman will be there--Kiera. If it's who I think she is Asian background, petite, big glasses she is well worth your attention. Anyone know if the Vanessa on the line up is the same Vanessa that was a semi-regular a few years ago?

The hot asian spinner with a butterfly tramp stamp? Olivia is a very charming, educated, sexy, and beautiful lady. She gives a very good dance. But she is also very cold and selfish. Don't expect to get too close. Lots of tattoos though.

I don't have any pictures of my favorites. To be frank if I did I won't be sharing them on the Internet. Some of these dancers are casual friends and they would not appreciate it. Any pictures of the hot girls you mentioned? I hope Robin returns. This week's lineup does not have any of my favorites.

I'm not trying to hurt any feelings but I either don't know or I am not interested in the girls here this week. I hope some of my favorites get added late. Sounds like Russians know how to write about them selves on here! Congratulations and writing in English. None of my faves work here anymore.

I have spent thousands at this club. Maybe they don't want to work at a club that is being over run by black girls. I've been there where there is more black girls than any other kind.

Maybe the owner shitcanned the manager If they tried a little harder the club would do better. Not rocket science folks A lot of turnover.

I barely recognize a name on the roster last week or this week. Where have all the hot ladies from the past gone? New girls might be great but strange so many changed at once.

If that's really you in the pic skip this club. You are definitely going to have issues with the gross house girls. There is info on their website about booking or call the club on the daytime. Sometimes they are booking far in advance. I am traveling to Fargo and I'd like to book at this club , I'm trying to find out who to get ahold of so me and my sexy friend can make a booking Araya has a petite build and short blonde hair.

I have no idea if she dances anywhere else. Everything I know about her is all good. Planning on being in Fargo in January, wondering if this place ever had any mature Asian or Latino ladies. I will give u a free head of cabbage with every fuck u purchase from me It is way to hot in there. Did the club spend all the money on remodel now to cheap to crank up the AC? The place looks great. Please fix your air conditioning. Has to be over 80 degrees. The men of Fargo don't deserve a remodeled bar This club is in the middle of remodeling.

I'd like to see Shiloh more often here. I do sometimes read these Thought that I expressed that enough when I saw you. No you will not be getting a hold of me Sorry if I offended you Friday night. Maybe we can visit again soon. Unfortunately, I don't know how to contact you. Let me know if that would be ok. I'd like to see Shiloh again at the northern. Anyone know if she will return? Stop posting crazy things on here! You don't wanna lose your job.

Its called a JOB!!! See what happens if YOU stop showing up to work "over and over again"!! I'm sick of seeing the same girls over and over and over. Don't they rotate them? Some of the girls you see here all the time are not that great in the looks department.

Can't they mix it up? Please consider raising your minimum standards for your dancers. It would allow more space for your hotter dancers. Tried to rate the club but couldn't because it kept saying that I had to slide the bar over to my rating. Couldn't slide the bar so I guess that works about as good as most everything else about the club. Why do the DJs have to keep cranking up the bass. By the end of the night the drink in my glass was dancing better than most of the dancers.

Came to a Fargo to take in some music with a friend. Before the show we stopped to see the lovely ladies. Got a sensual VIP dance from the oh-so-trim Penelope along with a great visit.

We're there more time I would have done the same with Sierra. Look forward to returning. Whats up with all the hottest girls not showing up til 7, 8 or later??? I remember when there used to be a good selection every day at 5 when they open!

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