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A representative of a group studying North Dakota’s behavioral health system says the state needs to invest more in prevention programs. Get the story from the Prairie Public NewsRoom.

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Did you miss the “Good Government Summit” on April 15 at the North Dakota Heritage Center? Listen online.

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“Testimonies,” a radio doc from independent producer Meg Luther Lindholm, delves into the plight of missing and murdered indigenous women and children. Listen online.

Millions of Americans served in World War I — soldiers, sailors, nurses — and many at home provided support, suffered scarcities, and grieved for loved ones lost. The United States entered the Great War 100 years ago on April 6. We’re commemorating this anniversary with Dakota Datebook Stories: The Great War—stories from North Dakota thanks to historian Jim Davis and other Dakota Datebook writers.

doug-ashley-and-skipMain Street with host Doug Hamilton, contributor Ashley Thornberg, and producer Skip Wood airs weekdays at 3 & 7 pm or listen online anytime. And, 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!

Weekdays 10 am to noon CT, Prebys on Classics with Scott Prebys presents a play list of rich and varied classical music with comments, interviews, and insight to enhance the listening experience.

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