The granddaughter of a white supremacist who preached hatred of Jews and police — and who kidnapped six of his grandchildren from North Dakota two decades ago — says he might be “setting up shop” in Kulm, N.D. Shannon Maresh said in an interview Tuesday afternoon that her grandfather, Gordon Winrod, might be planning to…
Fellow 970 WDAY talk-show host Jay Thomas and I rappelled down the Black Building on Friday to raise money for CHARISM, a charity that helps underprivileged kids. Here’s the video of my descent produced by Ross Torgerson of the Forum Communications Co. team.
Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks president Brad Thom said one reason the team fired longtime manager Doug Simunic is because, “It’s almost like he had given up on us.” Also, plenty on Charlottesville; 970 WDAY’s Jay Thomas recounts his fear of rappelling down the Black Building; and historian and author Clay Jenkinson weighs in on the tragic events in…
How much money is acceptable to keep if you find it? Also, AgWeek TV host Shawna Olson; the travesty of televising Little League baseball, the fear of rappelling and more.
North Dakota State political science professor Thomas Ambrosio spent an hour on the program analyzing the growing rift and possibility of (nuclear) war between the U.S. and North Korea. Also, Minnesota Twins broadcaster Dick Bremer is upbeat about the team’s chances to hang in the playoff race in the American League.