Fargo Marathon 5K Hero Run Recap

More than 7,000 runners and walkers took part in the 2016 Fargo Marathon 5K Hero Run on May 20. Some were running to finish near the front of the pack or improve their personal best time. Others were just out for a fun jog or walk with family and friends. Parents and grandparents ran or…
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10 Reasons The 5K Hero Run Will Make You A Better, More Attractive Person

Whether you love it or hate it, running and jogging are about the most efficient ways to get healthy, lose weight and look and feel your best. So if you haven’t signed up for the Fargo Marathon 5K Hero Run yet, here’s 10 super legitimate reasons you should register now. #1 Despite what you think,…
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Runner Inspired By Hero With Autism

Just a few years ago Fargoan Jena Johnson was obese, out of shape and looking to make some healthy steps in her life. So she stepped into running. Most runners, unless they are inherently gifted with perfect stride and pace, understand the struggles of starting out. Walking comes naturally, but once the gait gets kicked…
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Breast Cancer Survivor Reaches Finish Line With Help From Coworkers

For Kelly Kieselbach, it started out like many others’ breast cancer journeys. A routine mammogram. A suspicious spot, followed by a biopsy. And then the news: Cancer. For Kelly, stage 3 triple-positive breast cancer, to be exact. That was in February 2015. By March, Kelly’s treatments had started, including chemotherapy. “Due to it being triple…
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Wellness Panel

More Than 200 Attend Worksite Wellness Summit In Bismarck

More than 200 attendees learned more about fostering healthier workplaces during Worksite Wellness Summit West in Bismarck on Tuesday, May 3. The summit included interactive presentations, a vendor fair, workplace success stories and expert panels and is spearheaded by Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota’s Wellness team and statewide Worksite Wellness coordinator Pete Seljevold.…
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