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Midwest memories of the good old days and a few cool people we’ve met along the way.

Back Then with Tracy Briggs Forum Communications Co.

    • Society & Culture
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Midwest memories of the good old days and a few cool people we’ve met along the way.

    These news stories had Forum readers 'glued to the TV set' as kids

    These news stories had Forum readers 'glued to the TV set' as kids

    A couple of weeks ago, I shared what some of us at The Forum remember as our first memories of a news event. Now it's your turn to share the stories that you'll never forget.

    • 5 min
    Dear West Acres, thanks for the memories

    Dear West Acres, thanks for the memories

    As Fargo-Moorhead’s biggest shopping mall turns 50, a look back at the ways West Acres helped shape generations of kids.

    • 5 min
    What is the first major news event you remember?

    What is the first major news event you remember?

    Whether it was the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated or when planes hit the World Trade Center, early news memories stick with you.

    • 8 min
    Moorhead's most famous Viking ship could have been destined for failure, but instead it became an icon

    Moorhead's most famous Viking ship could have been destined for failure, but instead it became an icon

    Forty years ago this summer, Robert Asp's Hjemkomst ship journeyed to Norway and into the history books.

    • 5 min
    The story of The Forum's 'girl reporter' who conquered Hollywood, but never forgot the folks at home

    The story of The Forum's 'girl reporter' who conquered Hollywood, but never forgot the folks at home

    Trailblazing journalist Muriel Babcock started her journalism career selling Saturday Evening Posts as a child in Wahpeton, North Dakota, and she'd end it being one of the most powerful editors in the business.

    • 6 min
    It's been closed for 11 years, but customers of a Dilworth restaurant can't stop talking about that food

    It's been closed for 11 years, but customers of a Dilworth restaurant can't stop talking about that food

    It was known as Cully's, then Willy's, but whatever the name, some area food lovers still remember their homestyle dishes.
    You can find the recipes Tracy mentions at InForum here: www.inforum.com/lifestyle/its-been-closed-for-11-years-but-customers-of-a-dilworth-restaurant-cant-stop-talking-about-that-food

    • 8 min

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