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).
Flooding Update: What You Need To Know
Here's your mid-week update on flooding for Burleigh-Morton and the surrounding area.
Bison Eliminated, Looking Ahead
It's wasn't a great ending for the basketball Bison this past week, but the team is looking ahead with optimism to next year.
Mandan ‘Art Police’ Strike Again
Once again, the city of Mandan is telling a local business to remove artwork from its facade.
It’s Spring! (sort of)
Wednesday evening marked the beginning of spring for North Dakota and the Northern Hemisphere.
Senate Votes – Finally – To Repeal Blue Laws
Following several failed attempts, it looks as though North Dakota's Sunday blue laws are about to become history.
‘Surf Guitar King’ Dick Dale Dies
Dick Dale, whose "surf guitar" sound inspired a generation of rock musicians, died Saturday at 81.
Spring Flooding Threatens Plains States
Winter seems to be winding down (finally). but now much of the Midwestern/Northern Plains region is bracing for flooding.
St. Alexius Nurses Vote To Unionize
An "overwhelming majority" of nurses at CHI/St. Alexius voted this week to unionize under the aegis of the Minnesota Nurses Association.
Mandan Says ‘Yes’ To Backyard Chicken Ordinance
The Mandan City Commission has approved an ordinance allowing city residents to keep live chickens - subject to certain guidelines.
Cramer: POTUS Declaration ‘Unnecessary,’ But…
North Dakota Senator Kevin Cramer now says he has "concerns" about the administration's use of a "national emergency" declaration to get the wall the president wants.