Today's Schedule

Aug

23

What’s In Your Town live from Kenmare

9:06 Open Phones
9:30 Kenmare Mayor Roger Ness on how Kenmare is doing among the state of ND’s success.
10:30 Arlen Gartner & Rick Harris of the GooseFest Committee, an upcoming festival in Kenmare

AHEAD…. Monday… Windie Lazenko a woman battling sex trafficking in the oil patch, Businessman Doug Burgum….Tuesday: deputy director Scott Peterson ND Game and Fish, Caryn Olson of Scheels. Wednesday: Steve Adair of Ducks Unlimited on conservation, Congressman Kevin Cramer. Thursday: Grafton What’s In Your Town, Eric Hardemeyer, President of the Bank of ND, Friday: Dave Berg of Amercan Crystal Sugar

Are you kidding me? Friday

An announcement is expected as soon as Friday morning that NDSU and UND will meet again in 2015 and 2017 in football. Both games at the Fargodome, is that fair?

Clay Co. Prosecutors Disciplined for Social Media Remarks About Jurors

Three NDUS IT employees are on paid administrative leave following a massive security breach last winter

Williston woman in custody on 36 felony charges

Zoners reject oil worker facility for tiny Fryburg

Animal cruelty convict Kiefer ordered to wear ankle bracelet; new charge filed in McHenry County related to trail ride

Defense Secy Chuck Hagel: Islamic State threat ‘beyond anything we’ve seen’:

Dick Cheney: Obama Would ‘Rather Be On Golf Course’ Than Situation Room.

Feds: Obama Broke Law with Bergdahl Swap

Obama weighs executive action to bring 800,000 foreign workers into USA. Perry Says Terrorists Could Enter USA via Mexico. Rand Paul Tells Guatemala’s President: Immigration Crisis Problem ‘Resides’ In America’s White House.

State Dept. on Beheading of U.S. Journalist: ‘This Is Not About the United States’ ISIS offered to swap Foley for ‘Lady al Qaeda’ Decision to release details of failed raid to free James Foley backfires on White House. Up to twenty more Westerners held hostage. Raid on Syria Isis camp may have been US rescue attempt. Obama not grasping the seriousness of the Foley murder, says … Chris Matthews?

‘Ice bucket challenge’ for ALS shows power of viral fundraising

National Guard begins pullout from riot-weary Ferguson, Mo., Calm largely holds in Missouri after grand jury opens shooting investigation, Star Witness In Michael Brown Shooting Accused Of Theft, Filing False Police Report. Media Pull Out. Prosecutor Says No Charge Decision Until October. Of 163 arrests since shooting, ONLY 7 from Ferguson

Environmental crimes office now in Bismarck

Americans who contracted Ebola released from hospital. ‘God Saved My Life’. 75,000 quarantined in Liberia…

Fedorchak touts ND PSC proposal to fund state rail safety program, PSC plans to spend $1M on staff for shipments

‘Ride for Mother Earth’ protests pipeline route: ‘Honor the Earth’ movement continues demonstrations

Small western ND town adjusts to oil boom; housing a key to hiring teachers as enrollment booms

UND vies for UAS funding from FAA

Enbridge sees pipeline as fuel for energy independence, economic growth

Leier: PLOTS numbers dip slightly in 2014

6,500 tickets sold for Keystone pipeline opposition concert

Twist on politics at Minnesota State Fair: GOP versus GOP

GPS devices find huge water loss in western US

Oklahoma policeman accused of sex assaults on duty

Outrage over LAPD’s state-of-the-art spy drone

Judge denies Kirkpatrick’s petition for sentence relief

Officials: Stark County fairgrounds project at standstill: Most of $300K set for startup spent on research

Little Chippewa Tribe will become official




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