Moorhead Officials Have ‘Productive Meeting’ With Legislators Over Diversion

Moorhead city councilors met with Minnesota legislative leaders this week to chat about the city’s support for the Fargo-Moorhead diversion. Councilman Chuck Hendrickson joined the program this morning to give an update. Also, Shawna Olson of AgWeek TV had her weekly appearance, sponsored by Razor Tracking; Kevin Wallevand of WDAY-TV recapped a story he did…
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The Smartest Kid At Fargo North High Joins Show To Discuss Being Smart

Fargo North senior Martin Altenburg has been accepted to all eight Ivy League schools, plus other heavy hitters like Stanford, Cal Tech, the University of Chicago and others. He was profiled on a WDAY-TV piece last week and joined Mike McFeely’s radio show Wednesday, April 5. Also, Cass County Sheriff spokesman Sgt. Tim Briggeman explains…
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LISTEN: Sheriff’s Department Says Casselton Drug Raid A Response To Citizens, Information

A drug raid in Casselton, N.D., this week resulted in four people being charged with mostly minor offenses involving small amounts of marijuana. Some in the community are questioning why the Cass County Sheriff’s Department raided such low-level offenders. The department’s spokesman, Sgt. Tim Briggeman, was a guest on the ‘Mike McFeely Show’ on 970…
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NDSU Department Chair Would Like Higher Ed Support From State Board, Chancellor

North Dakota State University professor and department chair Mark Meister says higher education lacks a forceful advocate in the state and he’d like to see the state board of higher education and the chancellor take that role. Also, all kinds of Minnesota Twins Opening Day talk from Dick Bremer, Dave St. Peter, Dustin Morse and…
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Despite Discriminatory Law, Games Will Go On In S.D.

FARGO — Worry not, North Dakota State and Minnesota State University Moorhead sports fans who want to travel to Sioux Falls, S.D., for postseason tournaments. South Dakota’s legislature might have legalized discrimination against same-sex couples, but the NCAA  apparently doesn’t think the fine folks to our south went too far. It’s all about degrees of…
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