The plan is to raise the fee from $18.48 to $24.28
Thursday, September 23, 2021 - The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted life as we know it, forever changing our idea of normal. Concordia College's "Work in the Job Revolution" symposium features speakers looking at the changing nature of work, and how to prepare students. We visit with presenter Kweilin Ellingrud, senior partner, McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm. ~~~ Tom Isern shares a Plains Folk essay titled “Prodigious Crop of Ballads.” ~~~ Sue Balcom is here for a Main Street Eats discussion about Brussels Sprouts. ~~~ Director of radio Bill Thomas shares some news about re-imagining our 40th anniversary celebration.
Wednesday, September 22, 2021 - With NPR celebrating 50 years, and radio on Prairie Public celebrating 40 years, we’re delighted to visit with Lisa Napoli, the author of “Susan, Linda, Nina & Cokie: The Extraordinary Story of the Founding Mothers of NPR.”
Redistricting and use of the $1 billion in American Recovery Plan money top the agenda
Positive cases are reported in 50 out of North Dakota's 53 counties. The death toll has risen to 1,593.
News from NPR
- 13 People Were Shot, 1 Killed, At A Tennessee Kroger Store. The Suspect Is Dead
- A CDC Panel Backs Booster Shots For Older Adults, A Step Toward Making Them Available
- Hollywood Production Crews May Strike Due To Unglamorously Low Wages And Long Hours
- Plan To Widen Highway In South Carolina Would Cut Through Black And Brown Communities
- Boppy Recalls 3.3. Million Baby Pillows After The Deaths Of 8 Infants
Today's Dakota Datebook
During World War II, the American public paid exceptional attention to the needs of their local community as well as the needs of the troops. One of the frequent citizen-led activities were drives for needed items during the long, weary days and years of the war. Virtually every newspaper in the country kept people apprised of those needs.