Former Star Strawberry Discusses Battles With Dependency

Darryl Strawberry knows what it feels like to be on the edge. “I went through hell,” the former Major League Baseball allstar said. Strawberry spoke about his drug and alcohol dependency Saturday at the Sister’s Path Gala sponsored by Fargo’s Sharehouse at the Ramada Plaza Suites. “A lot of people go to treatments, like myself,…
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Ultimate Warrior: Dragons Wrestler Tuchscherer Looking To Make A Living Fighting

One look at Chris Tuchscherer can be intimidating. After catching a glimpse of the chiseled 6-foot-1, 263-pound fighter during weigh-ins for the International Sport Karate Association of Mixed Martial Arts’ Dakota Fighting Championships, many of his competitors did a double-take. It’s nothing new for the 29-year-old Fargo man whose fighting style is referred to as…
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Ward Supports Through Delight, Distress

Rohene Ward is the first person to provide support to figure skaters who make a mistake. He’s also the first to congratulate them if they nail their routine. It’s Ward’s competitive support that sets him apart from other skaters at the Midwestern Sectional Figure Skating Championships, which wrapped up at the Moorhead Sports Center Saturday.…
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Minnesota Figure Skater Stars On Ice, Silver Screen

Brenda Olson reached down and hugged her daughter Kirsten Olson moments after the Novice Ladies Long Program final scores were posted Friday. After watching Kirsten skate her program to near perfection, it was disappointing for Brenda to see her daughter’s name in second place. Even though it wasn’t the way the Olsons wanted to see…
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Dragons’ Losing Skid Continues In Shutout

NOTE: This is the first story I ever had published in The Forum.  Winona State’s Ryan Eversman knows his role. That’s why the senior backup quarterback prepares as if he were the starter. His readiness paid off in the Warriors’ 42-0 victory over Minnesota State Moorhead in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference football at Alex Nemzek Stadium…
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