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Monday, September 22 – Brian Kalk is looking for reelection as Public Service Commissioner, and he kicks off this season’s interviews with statewide candidates. ~~~ Four cities across North Dakota will be hosting free People’s Law Schools. Here with the details is Tony Weiler executive director of the State Bar Association of North Dakota. ~~~ Former NDSU Extension horticulturist Ron Smith answers listener questions.
Tuesday, September 23 – Lin Enger has written “The High Divide,” a novel about a family in peril that takes us across the rugged territory of Dakota to the badlands of Montana in 1886. Enger lives in Moorhead, where he teaches English at Minnesota State University. ~~~ As part of our candidate interviews this election season, we visit with incumbent Secretary of State, Al Jaeger.
Wednesday, September 24 – Debra Chwast has written “An Unexpected Life,” the story of her autistic son, Seth, and the impact art has had on his life. Seth’s art is part of an exhibit currently showing at the Plains Art museum in Fargo. Also joining us is Sandra Leyland, executive director of Fraser Ltd., a human services organization, which helped arrange for Debra’s visit. ~~~
Thursday, September 25 – Kathy Jourdain learned at age 46 that she was adopted. Her story is now a memoir. She joins us to discuss “Embracing the Stranger in Me: A Journey to Openheartedness.”
Friday, September 26 – Our monthly Editors’ Roundtable with news director Dave Thompson and special guests.
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