Tuesday, September 29, 2020 - We continue our conversations with statewide candidates as we meet Mark Haugen, candidate for treasurer. ~~~ The FM studio crawl is adding virtual visits this year, an expanded feature that makes it accessible for folks who are homebound or who live anywhere -- across the state, or even the world for that matter! Joining us are two of the artists who will be fully virtual for the event, Kim Bromley and Jackie Anderson. ~~~ Tom Isern shares a Plains Folk essay, “A Handful of Roses.” ~~~ A number of serious topics are on the agenda for this year’s LGBTQ+ Summit in North Dakota -- like transitioning in the military, conversion therapy, and youth mental health. And like many events, it too is happening online. Joining us for a preview is Cindy Roholt.