Rent and Frozen Pillows: How Bakken Housing Evolved with the Oil Boom

Listen to a new radio report from Amy Sisk and Todd Melby, reporters who have lived in the Bakken and covered its housing crunch for Prairie Public.

Thanks for your patience

A nationwide “spectrum repack” requires that we rebuild our Minot tower, so viewers and listeners in that area will notice periodic television and radio broadcast outages in the upcoming weeks. Learn more here.

Featuring a star-studded cast of quipsters

It’ll be a hilarious evening when the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor salutes Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Tune in Monday, November 19, at 8pm.

You’re invited

Tune in for the television premiere of this new PBS Kids show November 21 at 8am, and come to a screening party at Prairie Public’s downtown Fargo studio on November 17, 10am-1pm!

Do you have ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s next big find? In 2019, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is visiting Bonanzaville in North Dakota on June 1! Enter to win free tickets and see rules.

Tune in for to the new four-part PBS documentary Native America Tuesdays at 8pm (October 23, 30, November 13) or watch online. Tell us here how you maintain your cultural knowledge and traditions, or tag your story #NativeVoicesPBS on social media! Then check out Prairie Public’s digital project Native American Cultures of the Upper Midwest, which shares the perspectives of Indigenous people from our region. This project is funded in part by a grant from PBS for the Anne Ray Foundation.

Prairie Public’s Weekly Webchat series is every Tuesday and Thursday. Log in for this FREE professional development. Continuing ed credit is available. Sign up here.

 

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