David G. Coons has known how to communicate using American Sign Language for about 50 years because of a deaf family member. He has worked as a certified interpreter for 30 years.
Tony Tilton, a Fargo filmmaker and television director, is shooting a remake of a vampire movie he made about 15 years ago.
After the smoke, the thousands of visitors and the rhythmic thumping sounds of the massive century-old steam engines have vanished from the grounds of the Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion in Rollag, two old friends sit down to ponder the future.
“I’ve watched the sun come up and I’ve watched the sun go down on some of the long days,” Linda Kensok says of working long shifts as a construction zone traffic controller. “Breakfast, lunch, dinner – you never know how long you’ll be (on shift),” she adds.
Five-year-old Katie Iverson flashes a big smile as she sits in the pilot’s seat of a 1941 Interstate Cadet single-engine airplane during her first visit to the Fargo Air Museum last week. “When you move the stick, the wings go up and down,” said the excited Fargo girl during a field trip to the museum from her YMCA Child Care program.
As the social hour ends, you and perhaps several hundred of your co-workers, friends and guests head into the Great Hall of the Fargo Holiday Inn. You will get a hot and delicious dinner – part of your employer’s annual holiday party at the end of the year.