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October 24, 2014 - Parrell Grossman, director of the Consumer Protection Division in the North Dakota Attorney General’s office, is Matt Olien’s guest in this excerpt of the Prairie Pulse television show. ~~~ The USS North Dakota is being commissioned tomorrow. We hear more about it in this encore conversation with Rear Admiral Richard Breckenridge, director of the Warfare Integration Division and a past submarine squadron commander. We also hear from former North Dakota District Judge Robert Wefald, a retired U.S. Navy Captain. ~~~ News director Dave Thompson stops by for this week’s news chat. ~~~ Matt Olien reviews two movies today, “Fury” and “Book of Life.”
October 23, 2014 - Ryan Rauschenberger candidate for North Dakota tax commissioner. ~~~ Climate change is a controversial topic in this election cycle, especially when it come to teaching it in school. So far only 12 states have adopted a new set of science education standards that include the human impact on global warming – and North Dakota is not one of them. For Inside Energy, Leigh Paterson has the story. ~~~ Chuck Lura has a Natural North Dakota essay on “Buffalo Berries.” ~~~ Chef Tim Rosendahl joins us to discuss pomegranates. ~~~ Doug and Ashley have our “What’s Happening” calendar of events.
Wednesday, October 22 – Roland Riemers wants your vote for Secretary of State in North Dakota. We visit with him as we continue our conversations with the statewide candidates. ~~~ With Prairie Public celebrating 50 years, Marie Offutt and Bill Thomas stop by to share a little history. ~~~ “Girl Develop It” is an initiative intended to encourage and support women interested in joining the world of computer programming. Our guests are Shannon Luney and Megan Beck, co- leaders of the Fargo chapter. ~~~ Tom Isern has this week’s Plains Folk column, “Running with the Antelope.”
Tuesday, October 21 – Meet Jason Astrup, candidate for North Dakota tax commissioner. ~~~ Ron Smith stops by with some late-season lawn and garden advice. ~~~ With new technology comes new concerns and new regulations, and one of those emerging areas involves remote sensing satellites. Jeremy Straub and Joe Vacek of UND are here to tell us about the satellites and why laws involving national security could be problematic.
October 20, 2014 - A new project of the State Water Commission involves helicopters flying at just 100 feet along the Missouri River. The flights will be collecting soil information. Here to further explain is Bruce Engelhardt, water development director. See their video HERE. ~~~ “Rachel’s Challenge” is an effort to address bullying. Meg Luther Lindholm reports for Standup ND. ~~~ Chuck Lura has another Natural North Dakota essay, “Birdbanding.” ~~~ Meet George Sinner, candidate for Congress. ~~~ An inside energy story on oil prices from Stephanie Joyce.
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