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Greg Demme

Wintry Conditions on the Way

**UPDATE—The NWS has updated their forecast slides as of 3:38 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 13. The Winter Storm Warning has been extended to the counties of Renville, Ward, Sheridan, Kidder, and Logan. Please see below for the most recent forecast. BISMARCK—The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Winter Storm Warning across the following counties: Bottineau, […]
by Greg Demme
January 13, 2022

Minot Gospel-Teaching Radio Station Going Full Power 

Receives FCC permit to increase from 46 W to 100 kW  MINOT—A gospel-teaching radio station based in Minot may experience a significant power boost in the coming years.  KFLK 95.9 FM (“The Flock”) received an FCC permit on Dec. 29, 2021, to build a new full-power radio station. The new station would operate at 100 […]
by Greg Demme
January 12, 2022

State Rep. Shannon Roers Jones Declares Mayoral Candidacy 

Current legislator will run for Mayor of Fargo  FARGO—Republican Rep. Shannon Roers Jones, R-Dis. 46, announced today that she will seek election to the office of mayor in her home city.   A Fargo native, Rep. Roers Jones works as an attorney in the family business, Roers Construction. She has served in the North Dakota House […]
by Greg Demme
January 11, 2022

House Majority Leader Chet Pollert Announces Retirement 

Won’t seek re-election this year  BISMARCK—North Dakota House Majority Leader Chet Pollert, R-Dis. 29, Carrington, today announced he will retire from the legislature when his term expires near the end of this year. Rep. Pollert has served in the House since 1999 and has served as House Majority Leader since 2018.   “It’s time.” Chet Pollert, […]
by Greg Demme
January 10, 2022

Matt Heilman Throws Hat into Already Crowded Ring 

Announces candidacy for ND House seat in District 7  BISMARCK—Bismarck resident Matt Heilman announced his candidacy today for a seat in the North Dakota House of Representatives in District 7.  In his press release, Heilman wrote, “As an activist, I’ve proven I can work well with others in accomplishing mutual goals.” He continued, “I will […]
by Greg Demme
January 10, 2022

Grassroots Workshops Aim to Educate Citizens

BISMARCK—More than 70 people attended a grassroots workshop in Bismarck Friday, Jan. 7. These citizens gathered for a day-long workshop to glean wisdom from current and former North Dakota legislators and from others who understand the political process. The goal is to educate people on how they can get involved in the political process.   “There’s […]
by Greg Demme
January 7, 2022

Retha Mattern Announces Run for House Seat in District 7

BISMARCK—Bismarck resident Retha Mattern announced her candidacy for the North Dakota State House of Representatives on Thursday, Jan. 6.   According to her press release, Mattern explained, “I feel there is a missing voice in the House, one that represents the needs of residents in District 7 who understand the challenges of balancing raising a family […]
by Greg Demme
January 7, 2022

Climate Correspondent Captivates Bismarck Audience

BISMARCK—More than 100 people braved the inhospitable twenty-degree-below-zero weather to take in a presentation on the topic of climate on Thursday, Jan. 6, at Bismarck’s Belle Mehus Auditorium.   Special guest Marc Morano, Executive Editor and Chief Correspondent of Climate Depot and author of Green Fraud, delivered an hour-long presentation called, “Climate Hustle: Government Can’t Control […]
by Greg Demme
January 7, 2022

Roughrider Poker Tour Crowns North Dakota State Poker Champ  

West Fargo man takes top prize for the second time in three years   BISMARCK—Josh Dahlstrom, West Fargo, captured the North Dakota State Poker Title in Bismarck on Sunday, Jan. 2. Dahlstrom has now won the title two out of the last three years.   The critical point for Dahlstrom occurred when the field had already been […]
by Greg Demme
January 4, 2022

What We’ve Accomplished So Far 

In my end-of-year editorial, I stated I would not write a “year-in-review” piece because others would cover that idea better than I ever could. Nevertheless, as we ring in the New Year, it’s worth reviewing at the very least what we’ve specifically accomplished at The Dakotan in the last ten weeks of 2021.    Last year […]
by Greg Demme
January 4, 2022
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