Al Honek is a retired Marine who now sells crops insurance in Alvarado Minnesota. He joined us to talk agriculture in the valley, new ag-technology and innovations in the farm insurance business.
Terry also discusses the most exciting innovations in the world of UAS, especially in the area of agriculture and emergency operations. The Summit takes place on August 21-23, 2017 at the Alerus Center.
Kathy Meagher is the President of Special Olympics North Dakota, she joined us to talk about the SPECIAL OLYMPICS NORTH AMERICAN SOFTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP 2017. Kathy has been around the world as a Special Olympics coach and official and makes us smart about this week’s events in Bismarck.
PART 1: Greg Lotysz and Mike Berg are both community leaders. They joined the program to talk about the events in Charlottesville, the media and the 1st Amendment.
PART 2: We talk UND Football and how much the pre-season phase of college football has changed over the years.
Mac discusses the senseless confrontation that took place in Charlottesville over the weekend… the 1st Amendment and the President’s response.
The MacTalk Head Chef joins us to talk movies and food after Mac updates the latest news on North Korea.
Kim reviews the movie Dunkirk (disappointed) and talks shrimp, prawns and scampi.
Is it folly to expect China to intervene in North Korea?
What do real “sanctions” look like?
We’ll talk about all of this with Grant Newsham, Col USMC (ret), a former intel officer and Pacific Rim expert. WARNING: Grant is not optimistic about the role China will play or that North Korea will cease and desist.
Ray Franks, Craig Rogne and Randy Sattler joined MacTalk for a discussion on electric and hybrid cars, as well as exciting automotive technology of the future that surrounds both types of vehicles.
The Rydell Guys are always interesting and fun and today’s show is no different.
Permitless Carry for gun owners is a dream come true for some and a cause for concern among law enforcement professional.
Grand Forks County Sheriff Bob Rost joins us to discuss the basics of life for law enforcement officers now that permitless carry is the law in North Dakota and his concerns about untrained citizens wielding weapons with law enforcement officers in proximity.
Todd Feland is the City Administrator of Grand Forks, he joined us to discuss and footnote key elements of Mayor Mike Brown’s Sales Tax increase proposal which was unveiled Monday night.
Todd walks us through the plan for infrastructure, to include 42nd St and 47th Ave South, the Plan for Reserves, the plan for existing infrastructure and the plan for use of both mils and sales tax revenue that is currently servicing permanent flood protection debt that goes away in 2021.
We also discuss the Mayor and Council’s alternatives if the sales tax is no approved. If you care to be part of an informed debate on the Sales Tax issue, you must listen to this.