‘On bonus time:’ A magical Medora legend
“I was supposed to have died twice,” says Bill Sorensen, co-host of the Medora Musical and a Badlands summer staple.
A throat cancer survivor who underwent seven heart bypasses, Sorensen has beaten the medical odds. Doctors – on more than one occasion – have told Sorensen that his life expectancy was less than two years.
They’ve become iconic. Photographers love them – abandoned farm buildings. When he sees abandoned farms, a friend likes to point out, “That was somebody’s dream.” It was a dream fulfilled through hard work, determination and sacrifice. It was not for the faint of heart.
The big three
The future of “the big three” – energy, electricity and the environment – is a hot topic today, as it should be. These topics spark passion, discussion and, quite often, disagreement. Too often, varying perspectives are either revered or ridiculed, even sensationalized. But it’s not black-and-white. At least, it shouldn’t be. There’s a lot of room in the middle.
Welcome to North Dakota Living's Calendar of Events on the Web! The following events were submitted by our readers/subscribers. It's an excellent way to publicize your community's event!
If you're looking to cook up something special for the holidays, check out this selection of recipes from North Dakota Living readers. If we publish your submission, you will receive $50 for your time and effort.