A 17-Pound Walleye Swims In Lake Sakakawea

North Dakota Game and Fish director Terry Steinwand joined the show to talk about the state’s questionable record walleye, which has been in place since 1959. Steinwand shared that G&F biologists pulled a 17-pound walleye out of Lake Sakakawea last spring when collecting fish for eggs. Also, Bruno Mars in Fargo sparked a conversation about…
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Requiring Immigrants To Speak English, Be Skilled Workers, Is Un-American

Mike McFeely shreds President Donald Trump’s latest foray into limiting immigrants coming to the United States. Also, a fun conversation about the best version of “Proud Mary”; AgWeek TV host Shawna Olson will her weekly bit; and WDAY-TV reporter Kevin Wallevand drops by the studio to chat.

A Perfectly Lovely Old-Man Rant About Concrete And Parks

Host Mike McFeely goes off on some “improvements” slated for a public park by his house in Moorhead. Also, North Dakota State professor Thomas Ambrosio tells us what’s going on in the world; and Minnesota Twins play by play telecaster Dick Bremer gives the post-trading deadline analysis of the team.

Refugee Leader Right To Take City Commissioners To Task

Local refugee leader¬†Hukun Abdullahi¬†was correct to tell Fargo city commissioners that targeting New Americans for their “costs” is leading to more angst and backlash against refugees. Also, The Forum’s and WDAY-TV’s Robin Huebner makes her weekly visit; top classic TV shows we watched after school when we were kids; and guns, guns, guns.

How Law Enforcement Coordinated A PR Campaign Against DAPL Protesters

Blogger Steve Horn recaps his article that revealed the National Sheriffs Association contracting with a well-connected public-relations firm to smear the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters. Also, U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp says she’s long had ideas for bipartisan solutions to the country’s health-care problems; WDAY-TV sports director Dom Izzo gives update on first day of North…
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