Three eateries within three months located on the same street in Moorhead. Lee Bo’s Crawfish and Catering re-opened in January, Cuch’s Kitchen re-opened in February and Southern Soul Restaurant had its grand opening March 18.
Volunteers at the Drew Food Pantry include, front row, from left, Hazel Harris, Betty Smith, Johnny Baughman and Gloria Dickerson; back row, Levon Davis, Norika Smith, James Green, Otha O'Neal Sr., Joseph Amison, Jim Dutton, Nikki Dutton and Ben Alexander.
Spring break is a time of fun, relaxation, travel and vacationing. However, some are reminded of incidents of those who have lost family and friends due to accidents, violence, kidnapping and even death.
As March begins, most people have long forgotten their New Year’s resolutions to get more fit. But the need to be healthier remains, especially in the Delta where there are some of the highest rates in the U.S. of obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
Members of the Moorhead Chamber of Commerce held a special session Friday to discuss the Yellow Dog Homecoming Reunion Festival. The festival is slated for Memorial Day weekend — May 26 through May 28.