Bruce Anderson publishes third book on Minot’s history (MyNDNow)
“Minot, North Dakota and Area History Vol. 3: ‘The Fabulous 50s'” is the latest title in author (and former Minot Public Schools teacher and coach) Bruce Anderson’s photographic series on the Magic City. With nearly 1,500 photos over 500 pages, the book follows “Vol. 1: ‘1880 – 1940′” and “Vol. 2: ‘1900 – 1949′” in recreating the every day and extraordinary life in Ward County. “The Fabulous 50s” is available on Amazon.
Fargo-Moorhead Symphony opens with a duo of celebrity soloists (Fargo Forum)
Violinist Kim Chee-Yun and cellist Sergey Antonov will perform together in an unprecedented concert to kick off the latest season of the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra. Kim will present Camille Saint-Saens’ “Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso” and Sergey will play David Hopper’s “Hungarian Rhapsody” before joining together to perform Johannes Brahms’ “Double Concerto.”
After 40 years, Dr. James Brosseau to spend last day of work seeing patients before retiring (Grand Forks Herald)
General internal medicine doctor, Diabetes Center director, Valley Eldercare medical director, and UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences professor Dr. James Brosseau will retire on September 28, 2018 after four decades of care. Originally from Drayton, Dr. Brosseau practices out of the Altru Family Medicine Residency and is the only internist in North Dakota to be named “Master of the College” by the American College of Physicians.
photo by Kael Bloom