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A number of interesting individuals who lived in North Dakota found employment in various circuses, “Wild West” shows, and carnivals. In 1922, Hans Langseth, a farmer in Richland County, N.D., was judged to have the world’s longest beard, which measured 17 feet 4 inches. For a short time, he was showcased in the Ringling Brothers Circus, but quit to return to his farm and real estate business.RELATED CONTENT
Sixty-one years after this picture was taken, three of the people in it got together for pie, coffee and a whole lot of reminiscing. Chet Larson, formerly of Enderlin, N.D., and now of Fargo, got the reunion going by having Neighbors run this photo of a group from North Dakota who attended a 4-H Club congress in Chicago in 1952.RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO - Timothy Murphy experienced a dramatic turnaround at the last minute. A friend from Yale who hadn’t been in touch since graduation looked him up after envisioning a suicide attempt; the phone in Murphy’s Fargo home rang just as the local retired farmer, hunting enthusiast and poet loaded his double-barreled shotgun.RELATED CONTENT
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Debbie Griffith takes over as managing artistic director of the summer theater troupe.
Thank you for running the story on Kaleidoscope. Life is hard enough as a teenager, and LGBTQA teens in the Fargo-Moorhead area need to know that they are supported.
The laughs will be hitting pretty close to home when Fergus Falls, Minn., funny man Chad Daniels plays Studio 222 on Feb. 9.
Country star Easton Corbin is going to make The Venue at The Hub “A Little More Country than That” when he plays the hall on March 21.
FARGO – Sandy Schumacher and her daughter, Missy Eastlund, light up when they laugh. The duo practices plenty of laughter while watching 13 children each day in Eastlund’s Fargo home, which doubles as Three Generations Daycare.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo will sound a lot like Minneapolis this New Year’s Eve when acts from the Twin Cities hip-hop collective Doomtree play The Venue at The Hub.
Tickets for comics Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall’s March 15 show at the Fargodome go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.