Danielle Teigen has worked for Forum Communications since May 2015. She is the features editor who also manages digital and sponsored content. She first worked for the company in 2007 as an intern and part-time reporter. She later served as editor for two local magazines and in marketing and public relations roles for an engineering firm and the chamber of commerce. She is originally from Turton, S.D.
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FARGO — The holiday season is an interesting time that involves many fun activities: baking goodies, enjoying special events, buying and wrapping gifts for friends and family, receiving product pitches for some obscure items... Wait, what? Yep, you read that correctly. The holiday season is prime time for public relations firms to pitch editors their products, hoping those items will land on various lists about hot gift ideas for the hard-to-buy-for family member or friend.
FARGO — "The stockings were hung by the chimney with care..." Thanks to Clement Moore, those words and that image is seared into everyone's mind.
FARGO — With Thanksgiving passed, the holiday season is fully underway. If you haven't received one already, your mailbox will no doubt start filling up with a stream of holiday cards from family and friends. But how soon is "too soon" to send those greetings? Do you have to send something to everyone you've ever been friends with? What about electronic greetings — are they tacky or just incredibly cost effective and green?
FARGO—Minot native Josh Duhamel and his wife of eight years, singer Fergie, announced Thursday, Sept. 14, to People magazine that they have separated. The announcement states the couple separated earlier in the year to "give our family the best opportunity to adjust" before the split was made public. "We are and will always be united in our support of each other and our family," the People.com statement continues. The couple has one child together, 4-year-old son Axl.
FARGO—Minot native Josh Duhamel and his wife of eight years, singer Fergie, announced today to People magazine that they have separated. The announcement states the couple separated earlier in the year to "give our family the best opportunity to adjust" before the split was made public. "We are and will always be united in our support of each other and our family," the People.com statement continues. The couple has one child together, 4-year-old son Axl.
FARGO — One year ago, Sara Hanstad was commuting from Fergus Falls to Fargo and attending the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce's Women Connect events when her professional landscape shifted. Transitioning from a credit analyst to a commercial banker with Wells Fargo allowed Hanstad to view the monthly events in a new light. "I'd moved to Fargo and started this new position and suddenly Women Connect became an opportunity to network with a large group of businesswomen," Hanstad says.
FARGO — You might think the basic concepts of interior design extend to spaces for many different people. But ... you'd be wrong. The layout and design of a home is an ever-changing process that evolves with individuals and families as they move through the stages of life. The most important factor, local interior designers from Designing Women 2 point out, is that you're constantly preparing for the next stage.
LOS ANGELES – A West Fargo native appeared on “Jeopardy” two nights in a row this week. Blair Moorhead, now of Arlington, Va., won more than $17,000 on the Jan. 9 episode, so she returned for an episode that aired Jan. 10. Unfortunately, Moorhead was defeated, ending her run on the quiz show. Moorhead graduated from West Fargo High School in 2003 and attended Princeton University in New Jersey. After graduating in 2007, she spent a year in Kenya before returning to the D.C. area to study social work.
FARGO — One week of soul-searching resulted in Christy Tehven realizing she wanted to make a big change in her life. At the time, Tehven was using her bachelor's degree in marketing and advertising from Concordia to work as an account manager for Flint Communications. But something felt amiss. "I have always loved working with flowers, and when I was at Flint, I worked part time at a shop," she says.
FARGO — The phrase "historic Victorian home" often conjures images of an enormous, grand mansion whose interior depicts the opulence of that bygone time. While Julie Snortland's home for sale in south Fargo is certainly regal, it also embodies a warmth and coziness not always typical for similarly aged houses. The home's welcoming ambiance stems largely from the open floor plan. From the main entry, the dining room and kitchen are visible, while a quick step into the living room yields views of another sitting area that leads to the kitchen.