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  • Prairie Public explores the impacts of and solutions to poverty


    FARGO, N.D., July 14, 2016— Across North Dakota, dedicated people work every day to win tiny victories in the battle against poverty. Jamie Holding Eagle is bringing back ancestral foods to help address the health crisis caused by cheap processed foods. Dr. Donald Warne is helping people to understand that poverty is often rooted in […]

  • Prairie Public debuts new season of local music program


    Fargo, N.D., June 15, 2016 — Prairie Public is amplifying the regional music scene with “Prairie Musicians,” a collection of television concerts recorded in Prairie Public’s downtown Fargo studio. The performances air Fridays at 9:00 pm CT, two each night, beginning July 8. July 8 Hardwood Groove Hardwood Groove is rooted in Detroit Lakes, Minn., […]

  • Teacher Training Institute to host industry leaders


    FARGO, N.D., May 8, 2016 —Keynote speakers for Prairie Public’s Teacher Training Institute have been announced. The institute, “Integrate, Innovate, Motivate 2016: Creative Tech for Teaching,” is scheduled for June 22 and 23 at Minnesota State University Moorhead.   Speakers at the conference include Brad Waid, an industry leader in educational technology and augmented reality […]

  • West Fargo teacher chosen as ‘digital innovator’


    May 5, 2016, Fargo, N.D.— Kayla Delzer, a teacher at Legacy Elementary School in West Fargo, has been chosen by PBS as a 2016 PBS Digital Innovator. Delzer will collaborate with the local PBS member station, Prairie Public, this year, and she will present at Prairie Public’s teacher training institute in June at Minnesota State […]