Prairie PulseCategory: Public Affairs
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- November 28th – The Thomas Jefferson Hour contributor Bruce Pitts talks about following the third president’s footsteps through France and his discovery of a cemetery in France containing over 20 dead North Dakota soldiers from World War I. Also, a story on the beginnings of the Minnesota Farmer Labor Party.
- December 12th – Claudia Berg, newly appointed director of the State Historical Society of North Dakota about the opening of new Heritage Center and the states’s 125th birthday celebration.
- December 19th – Luke Larson, Author of “Keeping Company with St. Ignatius: Walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela” about his 500 mile walk in Spain along this religious route that he undertook with his wife. Also, Christmas music from Andra Suchy.
- December 26th – NDSU Professor of Coatings and Polymeric Materials Dr. Dean Webster about his new company, Renuvix, which tries to make products with organic and non toxic materials. Also, music from Carluster Crumplebee Orchestra.
- January 2nd – UND Law School Dean Kathryn Rand and UND Political Science Professor Steven Light regarding their book about Indian Gaming Law. They talk about some new issues and how it impacts reservations in our area and throughout the U.S. Also, a story on guitar maker Kevin Muiderman from Thompson, ND who makes and refurbishes guitars
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