NDAD INSIGHTS Remembering Ray Ganyo
NDAD remembers the late Ray Ganyo this week.
Ganyo, 52, a Grafton, N.D.,native and Grand Forks resident, died Saturday at his home.
Ganyo was paralyzed from the chest down in 1981 during a Texas c... Posted on 7/30/13 at 3:24 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Make A Date Memories
Some "Make A Date With Channel 8" memories from the summer of 2009.... Posted on 8/20/09 at 12:28 AM
“You know, they say if you're going to be a good salesman, you have to believe in what you sell, and I have never believed in anything enough to sell it as much as I have this,” said Laura Jelinek. By “this” she means Grand Forks’ first Rollin’ on the River Inline Marathon on Saturday, the product of her dream, her labor, the labor of 150 or volunteers and thousands of dollars in money and services from city agencies and businesses.
Minneapolis-based performers set for Saturday in GF Town Square There is no Lamont Cranston in the Lamont Cranston Band, the band that will headline the final Blues on the Red concert from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday in Grand Forks Town Square.
Dozens of cars lined the clover-scented lane to Dr. Kevin and Amy Muiderman’s new house just outside Thompson on Friday night. Inside, more than 100 people enjoyed a concert of classical and guitar music - the latter featuring acoustic master Willy Porter - in the Muiderman Auditorium, a space which any other day of the week is the Muidermans’ living room.
Friends, family surprise Rod Hadland with golf classic, dinner “No way,” he said, “will there be a retirement party for me. I am too stubborn.” So family and friends of Rod Hadland arranged the Hadland Classic Golf Tournament last Saturday. More than 100 showed up for the celebration of his 60th birthday and 35 took part in the golf tournament at King’s Walk Golf Course.
Outdoor concert tonight at N.D. Museum of Art Sculpture Garden Watch the video "Field Song," performed by singer-songwriter William Elliott Whitmore, who will give a concert outdoors tonight at the North Dakota Museum of Art Sculpture Garden. Also check out a live Michigan performance taped in July of "Bury Your Burdens in the Ground." Tonight's event, with opening act Mystical Overtones, starts at 6. Scroll down the article to view the video.
Critics are having a field day with “Field Songs,” the new collection released by singer-songwriter William Elliott Whitmore, who will be in Grand Forks tonight, throwing around words like “genius” and calling him “a musical heir to the likes of Pete Seeger and Bruce Springsteen.”VIDEO: Whitmore's "Field Song" at bottom of article.
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