If you're looking for more of the same old song and dance and the same old talking points, Jim Walsh is NOT your man. Jim is an "equal opportunity offender" host who believes everybody should be accountable, regardless of whether they have a "D" or an "R" next to their name. In real life, Jim is actually a very friendly fellow from the Philadelphia area who enjoys a quiet life with his wife, two cats and two guitars (a guitar for each cat).
Family Saved in Devils Lake Boat Fire
About thirty boats rode to the rescue Saturday when a Walsh County family's pontoon boat caught fire on Devils Lake.
Wildfire Battle Continues in Grassy Butte
A wildfire in the Little Missouri National Grassland in western North Dakota has grown from 5 square miles to 8 square miles.
Mosquito Count Way Down In North Dakota
Here's some good news to come out of the drought - the mosquito count is way down in the region!
Federal Aid Comes In For Drought ‘Disaster’
Some Federal aid is being made available for drought-stricken farmers and ranchers in the Dakotas and elsewhere in the Upper Midwest.
Welcome Home ND Guardsmen
Friends and family were on hand over the weekend to welcome home soldiers from the North Dakota National Guard.
Boater’s Body Found in Metigoshe
The search is over for that missing boater who disappeared last Saturday night on Lake Metigoshe.
North Dakota Burn Restriction Map Now On-Line
The State of North Dakota now has a map online showing the areas within the state subject to burn restrictions and fire regulations.
Drought Raises ‘Serious’ Fire Concern
No surprise here...State Forest Service officials say drought conditions n the region are causing major concern about fires.
Bismarck’s Chancellor Square Area Goes Two-Way
The city of Bismarck plans on eliminating some one-way streets in an effort to keep people downtown, rather than have motorists drive through.
Is There Lead In Bismarck’s Drinking Water?
Bismarck Water Utilities is warning residents of the risk of lead in city drinking water.