A crazy day in American politics as another accuser comes forward to accuse Roy Moore of sexual assault in Alabama when she was a minor.
During a week that we honor veterans, we’ll hear from two who are no longer with us:
(1) Harris Holman was born in Hatton, was a Staff Sergeant of US Army Rangers and fought at Normandy on June 6, 1944,
(2) Agnes Sure was born in Bottineau County, was a LT(jg) Navy Nurse at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
We’ll also visit with Mike Berg and ask “are kids different” these days?
November 10, 2017 is the 242nd Birthday of the Marine Corps!
We’ll talk about the results of the Sales Tax vote with Grand Forks native John Lotysz, gas prices and ballot initiatives over the years… Riverside Pool… The Waterpark.
Mac also discusses the future and the need to find new solutions and approaches to old problems because raising taxes simply cannot be sustained.
A year after voters rejected one sales tax proposal they overwhelmingly approved a second one by a margin of almost 3 to 1. Grand Forks City Administrator Todd Feland and City Council President Dana Sande joined MacTalk to discuss their thoughts on the dramatic turnaround.
Bottom Line: They listened to the voters.
Jessie Vedder recently wrote what she thought was a humorous column for the Herald but it turns out that some readers didn’t see the humor in it. The ominous headline (she didn’t write it) of the column was “Husband’s response makes me question life decisions” — I read it and was confused, so we talked about it.
UND Hockey Coach Brad Berry is a longtime Dodger fan. He’s been following his team closely as it’s fought through the playoffs and is poised to win it’s first World Series in 29 years! He joined us to give us his thoughts on tonight’s game.