Here Is The Column That Got Writer Booted From Fergus Falls Newspaper

Editor’s note: Alan Linda was an unpaid contributor to the Fergus Falls Daily Journal for 30 years. His columns also appear in a handful of other newspapers in the region around his hometown of New York Mills, Minn., in Otter Tail County, including the Forum Communications Co.-owned Perham Focus. Linda’s column was canceled by the…
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What’s Up With The Spooky Winter Weather And Other Far Less Serious Stuff Like Why N.D. Wants To Stop Wind Power Development

WDAY-TV meteorologist Jared Pipenburg opened the program explained why it’s 50 degrees and raining on Feb. 20 in the Red River Valley. Also, host Mike McFeely talks about the North Dakota Legislature possibly banning wind power development for two years; how conservatives will feel when Obamacare is “repaired” and not “replaced”; and historian Clay Jenkinson…
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White Bass Caught On Devils Lake Could Be Line-Class World Record

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. — Not many anglers target white bass through the ice of Devils Lake, but Blake LeFleur does. And he might have a world record to show for it. LeFleur, of Devils Lake, caught a 4-pound-plus white bass on 1.5 pound monofilament to likely set an International Game Fish Association world record. LeFleur…
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Moorhead Mayor Says City’s Downtown Moving Forward

Moorhead mayor Del Rae Williams joined the program to talk about a new initiative to revitalize downtown Moorhead; Also, Minnesota fisherman Tony Mariotti gave tips on where to catch panfish this weekend and WDAY-TV’s Dom Izzo previewed the weeks ahead for high school state tournaments.

U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp Says Trump Must Think Of Farmers With Trade Policies

U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota joined the program to talk about President Trump’s trade policies and how they are making farmers nervous. Also, Mikkel Pates of AgWeek Magazine gives more information on the big farm bankruptcy declared in North Dakota; WDAY-TV’s Kevin Wallevand talks with us about good old-fashioned filling stations.