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Win a spot on stage

Send us your best rendition of a Johnny Cash song by October 18, and you might win a spot on the Fargo Theatre stage at the “Hear That Train A Comin’ • A Tribute to Johnny Cash” show. Read the rules here.

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NewsRoom

North Dakota voters who don’t have an approved ID will still be able to vote – if they sign a “voter affidavit.” Get the story from the Prairie Public NewsRoom.

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The Thomas Jefferson Hour

Tune your radio to Prairie Public on Sundays at 11 am CT for The Thomas Jefferson Hour—conversations with the US’ third president as portrayed by Clay Jenkinson. It’s a civil, thought-provoking way of exploring contemporary issues through the lens of history.

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We’re looking for volunteers

Help us answer phones during our upcoming radio membership drive, and we’ll thank you with excessive gratitude and donuts.

Explore energy policy, production, use and innovation with Inside Energy—a new journalism collaboration from public media in North Dakota, Colorado, and Wyoming. Listen for the regular radio reports, peruse the web site, find Inside Energy on Facebook and Twitter, and sign up for the Inside Energy Newsletter. Speak up, Bakken! Prairie Public wants to hear your voice. When you join our Listening Post, you can share with us what’s happening in oil country. Text the word “energy” to 701-354- 4414.

Main StreetTune in for the conversations on Main Street weekdays at 3 & 7 pm or listen online anytime. And now, tune in Sundays at 10 am CT for Main Street Weekend—the best of the previous week’s shows. Get updates, see photos, and add your own comments when you ‘like’ Main Street on facebook!

FB_1200x630px_cobrandedThe Prairie Public radio news team talks to the candidates, explores issues in-depth, and connects with real voters. That coverage extends to npr.org where the analysis continues around the clock. It’s election coverage with no rant and no slant.

 

 

 

 

 

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