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Greg Demme

Dangerously Cold Weather Returns

UPDATE: 9:00 a.m., Jan. 5--The National Weather Service has updated their forecast briefing again. See below for the most recent forecast graphics. For more details, see weather.gov/bis. UPDATE: 3:30 p.m., Jan. 4--The National Weather Service has updated their forecast charts. See below for the most recent forecast graphics. For more details, see weather.gov/bis. Most of […]
by Greg Demme
January 4, 2022

Tatanka Wind Farm Not Being Decommissioned

BISMARCK—Last week The Dakotan reported on a new decommissioning plan for the North Dakota side of the Tatanka Wind Farm. On Dec. 29 the Public Service Commission (PSC) accepted that new decommissioning plan for the 61 turbines located in Dickey County. The other 59 turbines of the wind farm are located in South Dakota.   In that previous article, The Dakotan stated that the 61 turbines in […]
by Greg Demme
January 3, 2022

ND Regulators Accept New Plan to Decommission Wind Farm 

61 Turbines on ND side of Tatanka Wind Farm slated to come down  BISMARCK—The North Dakota Public Service Commission (PSC) voted 2-1 earlier this week to accept a revised proposal by Tatanka Wind Power, LLC, to decommission the North Dakota portion of its Tatanka Wind Farm, which straddles the North Dakota/South Dakota border. Sixty-one of the total 120 turbines in the wind […]
by Greg Demme
December 31, 2021

Top ND Poker Players Descend on Bismarck

ND State Poker Title Tournament this weekend  BISMARCK—Over New Year’s weekend, Bismarck will play host to the North Dakota State Poker Title Tournament. Every year this tournament, the biggest poker tournament in North Dakota, draws more than 700 poker players from across all of North Dakota, as well as Montana and even Minnesota, to vie for […]
by Greg Demme
December 29, 2021

Will 2022 Be Any Better? 

Not unless we make it so  The easy editorial to write this week would be a list of New Year’s resolutions. To be honest, I’ve never been all that excited about making New Year’s Resolutions. I could also have written up a 2021 year-in-review. But I know others could, and will, do a much better job of that than […]
by Greg Demme
December 28, 2021

Secretary of the Air Force Meets with Task Force 21

North Dakota’s role in U.S. nuclear capabilities at the forefront   MINOT—Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall met today with North Dakota’s senate delegation and members of Task Force 21 (TF-21) after personally reviewing the missions and operations at Minot Air Force Base.  U.S. Sen. John Hoeven, R-ND, stated in his press release about the discussions, “The servicemembers stationed at the Minot Air Force Base play a […]
by Greg Demme
December 23, 2021

Minot Mayor to Run for Second Term 

Shaun Sipma says second term would be his last  MINOT—Mayor Shaun Sipma announced today he will run for a second and final term as mayor.  In his press release Mayor Sipma stated, “There is a tremendous amount of optimism and growth taking place right now in the Magic City. We have become a much more business friendly community in the past three […]
by Greg Demme
December 21, 2021

Protesting NDGOP Chairs Explain Reasoning Behind Walkout

BISMARCK—Six of the seven Republican district chairs who recently walked out of the state Republican committee meeting held a press conference in Bismarck this evening to explain their reasoning. The protesting district chairs say they left Saturday’s meeting primarily because they believe the voters of North Dakota are being eliminated from a significant part of […]
by Greg Demme
December 20, 2021

ND Young Republicans Respond to Saturday’s State Party Decisions

“Next generation Republican leaders stifled”   BISMARCK—This past Saturday’s Republican party state committee meeting included plenty of controversy.   One specific controversial item involved the future role for the North Dakota Young Republicans (NDYR) and North Dakota College Republicans (NDCR) at the table among the state committee. According to Daryle Mindeman, state chair of the NDYR, the state committee voted on Saturday to make NDYR and NDCR representatives ex officio members of […]
by Greg Demme
December 20, 2021

Walkout Protest at State GOP Meeting

Seven district chairs leave what they consider illegitimate proceedings **UPDATE--Sunday, Dec. 19, 9:20 a.m.--NDGOP state party Chairman Perrie Schafer released a report on the state committee meeting on Saturday evening. Read his full statement. BISMARCK—An unprecedented walkout occurred at the North Dakota Republican Party state meeting this morning. Seven district chairs (or their proxies) left […]
by Greg Demme
December 18, 2021
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