Today's Schedule

Sep

22

9:06 Open Phones
9:30 Debate and discussion on Measure #6, the shared parenting measure with attorney Kristin Overboe and Charles Tuttle, divorced father and
signature collector of ND Shared Parent Intiative along with Paul Schauer, chair Keeping Kids First in Bismarck and attorney Bethany
Temple.
10:06 Open Phones
10:30 Ron Ness, President of the ND Petroleum Council, takes yours calls and discusses news from the oil patch.

AHEAD…..Tues- Fri live from Dickinson for the NDPC annual meeting, WIYT Sept 26 New Town, WIYT Sept 30 Devils Lake

Eddy County Sheriff Found Not Guilty of Child Abuse

US troops arrive to fight Ebola

NDSU asks for help in search for missing first-year student

2 intruders try to breach White House, renews scrutiny of Secret Service

NDSU economist defends withdrawn rail impact study

North Dakota Constitution bans oil payments to residents like those that Alaskans receive

Opponents, advocates of Keystone pipeline are not backing down after six years of delays

N.D., Minn., drivers ranked among the most polite in U.S.

N.D. incarceration rate climbing; no dramatic drop in crime rate

North Dakota Oil Counties Pay Property Tax Rate 30% Lower Than Non-Oil Counties

US paying price for not arming Syria rebels years ago, Panetta say

Williston hires more than 35 new teachers

Tax refunds will be cut for Obamacare recipients

Tens of thousands protest ‘climate change’ at world rallies

Republican candidates seen moving toward political center in midterm races.

U.S. Soccer Ripped For Letting Hope Solo — Accused Of Domestic Violence

DEMS DROP OBAMA FROM SPEECHES

Huge grain crops spell headache for farmers.




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