Best Foods of the Minnesota State Fair

All You Can Drink Milk

When I’ve spent a good time baking in the hot midday sun, there is only one beverage capable of restoring my calcium and vitamin D levels back to their status quo: milk, in a quantity definable only by as much of the stuff that I care to have. No other beverage will do. All You Can Drink Milk, whose milk is supreme because it comes from strong and proud local cows, is just what you need in order to fortify yourself before setting out to the 4-H building where you can assess which teenager has bred the handsomest turkey.

Live at the North Dakota State Fair

The North Dakota State Fair is returning to Minot this July for its 96th year. Listening to kids scream for dear life as they’re whisked around by the Tornado ride, becoming torpid with the onion rings and pie served by the First Lutheran Church, and applying your own considerable expertise in goats to prognosticate which goats are going to win the goat show — these are all crucial parts of celebrating any North Dakotan summer, but it’s the fair’s concerts that make the biggest memories. Here are the big, hot acts coming to this year’s North Dakota State Fair.

Mees Physical Therapy & Reclaim Health

When Melissa “Missy” Mees opened Mees Physical Therapy in Lincoln last September, her goal of treating five patients daily seemed ambitious at first. Only two weeks after the grand opening, however, the outpouring of support from the local and surrounding communities meant her goal would become moot. Missy is now partnering with local chiropractor Dr. Coty R. Sicble, DC and creating a new business named Reclaim Health! Reclaim Health will open late July in a new location, but still nestled in the town of Lincoln. Missy and Coty share the same treatment philosophy and are thrilled to show patients how this new teamwork will greatly benefit their overall health.

Lynde Greenhouse & Nursery

Preparing Your Container Garden:
Everything You Need to Know About Container Design!

At Lynde Greenhouse & Nursery we take pride in creating new container combinations year after year. Over the years we have perfected popular designs that our customers come back for while integrating fresh, new designs into our Lynde Design Program. Each spring our garden center crew works hard handplanting all combination patio pots and hanging baskets that are unique for our customers. We know that container design can be intimidating to a new gardener and new ideas can be hard to come up with, so that’s why we wanted to help make that process a little easier. Here are five steps to creating a successful container garden.