As Usual, We’ll Do Nothing After A Mass Shooting

The mass shooting in Las Vegas dominated the day, with lots of phone calls and e-mails. Also, North Dakota Teacher of the Year Leah Juelke of Fargo South was a guest.

Penguins Repeat Bison’s Blueprint To Beat High-Powered Jackrabbits

Matt Zimmer of the Sioux Falls Argus Leader newspaper saw it in Fargo last December and he saw in Youngstown, Ohio, Saturday — a team pounding the South Dakota State football team into submission with a punishing running game, a stifling defense and a dominating time of possession battle. Zimmer asked Jackrabbits head coach John…
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Woman Being Accused Of Native American Adoption Scam Tied To Cramer

Betty Jo Krenz, a North Dakota woman being accused of running an adoption scam involving Native American children, went to Washington, D.C., to testify before Congress at the behest of U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer. Also, Craft Beer Friday with Jamie Coppin of Bernie’s Wines and Liquors; Tony Mariotti of Detroit Lakes, Minn., gives tips on…
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Goodbye, Hef, And Thanks For The Memories

The death of Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner sparked some good discussion about days gone by. Also, WDAY-TV reporter Kevin Wallevand; StarTribune sports columnist Jim Souhan on the Minnesota Twins making the playoffs; and more on the State Board of Higher Education’s poor handling of the chancellor’s situation.

Piepkorn’s Concern Over Your Tax Dollars Seems A Little Inconsistent

The positive for Fargo city commissioner Dave Piepkorn is that at least he showed up at the meeting this time. That’s better than the time he failed to show for a much-anticipated meeting about refugee resettlement costs, which supposedly concern Piepkorn to no end. He’s looking out for you, the taxpayers, and certainly not using…
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