In Breaking News, Listeners Agree Schools Should Pay For School Lunches

In a shocking development, listeners of the program agree schools should cover the cost of school lunches for everybody to avoid kids not being able to afford meals. Also, eclipse talk; blind veteran Eric Marts tells us all about his new custom-built, fully adapted home.

Baseball Slugger Giancarlo Stanton Has A Little Fargo In Him

Fargo loves Roger Maris, still the biggest sports hero around these parts 56 years after breaking Babe Ruth’s single-season home run record and 32 years after Roger’s death. Maris hit 61 home runs in 1961 for the New York Yankees, besting Ruth’s mark by one. Maris held the record until 1998, when it was topped…
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How Should Fargoans Respond To White Supremacist Rally?

With the potential for white supremacists to hold a rally in Fargo, how should local residents respond? Also, Trump; and fishing expert Tony Mariotti previews the ice fishing season (what?).

Remembering Red Sovine, For Some Reason

WDAY-TV’s Kevin Wallevand dropped by for his weekly visit to tell us about digging for fossils in North Dakota — and somehow we started playing a Red Sovine song. Also, Shawna Olson of AgWeek TV; Linda Boyd of the F-M Sympony; and Domenic Izzo of WDAY-TV to talk about Concordia football and Matt Cullen re-signing…
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Politics, Punditry, Twins Baseball And Pickle Dogs

North Dakota State professor Thomas Ambrosio says controversies over monuments are not restricted to the U.S. Also, Minnesota Twins broadcaster Dick Bremer after the team had a poor game against Cleveland to fall behind in the playoff race; Ben Hanson, who announced he is running for U.S. House in North Dakota in 2018; and some…
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