Congratulations to Jessica Ackerman of Minot, Sarah Smith Warren of New Rockford, and Hamzat Koriko of Grand Forks for being 3 of 25 people in America and Australia to earn Creative Community Fellowships from NAS/The Kresge Foundation.
And check out today’s news, about a Halloween ballet, a televised hunting trip, and the new wave of farming technology. Read on.
As a former – although does anyone really stop being a dancer? – ballet dancer, I would 1) have loved to do this as a teenager, 2) loved to see it now, and 3) think the North Dakota Ballet Company should do this in Grand Forks. (Fargo Forum)
This is my brother-in-law’s dream prize: a Grand Forks police officer is going on a free hunting trip and filming the entire thing for a TV show. (Grand Forks Herald)
Microsoft is investing in North Dakota’s Grand Farm initiative in Fargo, which is working to “inspire collaboration among businesses, organizations, and entrepreneurs to develop the future farm” to help combat labor shortages and rising operational costs. (Geek Wire)