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Nikki Steele provides styling services

With inclusivity as the forefront of her business, stylist and blogger Nikki Steele has a unique business moto: Be like a pineapple. Stand tall. Wear a crown, and be sweet on the inside.

When Kate St. Vincent Vogl was in first grade, she wanted to become the first female astronaut, and if that didn’t work out, she said she’d be a writer. “Sally Ride beat me to it,” Vogl says.

For many high school students, it can be a challenge to figure out their goals after graduation. But for best friends Xander H. and Tryston H.

When the Emlong family moved to Maple Grove from Denver in 2015, their to-do list started a lot like most families, except that right after getting settled in a new home, school and finding a doctor, there was another necessity on the list—joining a chapter of the

Team Thompson has come a long way. Husband and wife Dan and Kristi Thompson have been working together for the past 17 years guiding clients through the home buying process on two fronts.

Life has changed dramatically since Plymouth resident Bella Andrade received an assistance dog from Can Do Canines last fall.

In Natalie Tran’s world, being on stage is as routine as a day at school. At 5-years-old, Tran was cast, along with her sister, in her first role – one of the royal children in a performance of The King and I at Bloomington Civic Theatre.

Mike Bauer says that he has always had an independent streak. Even while working a steady job that he loved, he dreamed of doing something on his own. As president and founder of Bauer Design Build, a commercial general contractor company, he’s been pursuing that dream for the past 12 years.

After years of following their respective careers across the country, KSTP’s Kirsten Swanson and Greg Mees of the Star Tribune have settled in Plymouth. Mees and Swanson tell us more about their college newspaper, the challenges facing journalists in 2017 and finding a home in Plymouth.

For true Minnesota State Fair enthusiasts, planning a day at the massive exposition isn’t about where to go first; it’s about what to eat first.

Miranda Mead is determined to raise awareness about childhood cancer and here’s why—it was estimated by the American Cancer Society in 2014 that 15,780 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed and 1,960 deaths from cancer will occur among children and teens.

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