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    Let’s Eat Cake!

    At Prairie Parent, we believe every celebration calls for cake. And these days, gourmet and theme cakes are everywhere, even (and most fun) at children’s birthday parties! Two local bakers have taken the cake game to a new level and are ready to help make your cake dreams come true.   The Cake Life 238 […]

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    Black Belt Dreams

    Three nights a week, in a small karate dojo on Main Street in Watford City, you can find Lili Nicholson on the mat. She might be teaching younger students how to block or kick, or holding up a mit encouraging white and yellow belts to punch her with all of their might. She might be […]

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    Two local girls turn their craft into business

    “You can’t use up creativity, the more you use the more you have.” – Maya Angelou Maya Angelou and children seem to have it right. Leaning into creativity and letting it flow allows that creativity to multiply. As it multiplies, it spreads its light and color and its little droplets of hope and whimsy across […]

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    Marketplace for Kids encourages young entrepreneurs

    A group of creative kids will be rolling into Dickinson as part of the Marketplace for Kids program being held at Dickinson State University on March 12th. This unique opportunity brings students together with teachers, youth leaders, parents and business and community leaders for a day of experiential learning in an educational environment. Marketplace for […]

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    Newborn Photography Q&A

    Any parent will tell you, babies grow up fast! That sleepy, snuggly, tiny newborn phase doesn’t last long and that’s why many parents choose to schedule a professional photo session with their new baby, to capture and celebrate the magic and beauty that is fresh, new life. Dickinson area photographer Jessie Bren has been taking […]

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    Like the promised rainbow

    At just over 30-years-old, Andrea Gressman and her husband, Jason, were at a good place in life. They enjoyed their work, had three wonderful boys, and a new baby girl. They had no idea that a difficult cancer diagnosis was months away from undoing their status quo, nor could they have imagined all the good […]

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