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The local radio operators will join more than 40,000 hams throughout North America that will set up temporary transmitting stations in public places to demonstrate ham radio's science.
Hubbard Radio hosts the annual Radiothon to End Child Abuse on KIK-FM 100.7 and COOL 94.3 in Alexandria.
Trump is expected to talk about North Dakota's energy sector, an investigation into Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, the trucker protest in Canada and Fisher Industries, a Dickinson company that secured contracts to build part of the wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.
“It’s amazing how much talent there is in the Midwest and in country music, and I wanted to be part of launching these artists,” says Travis Hopkins, host and producer of This Side of Country on 95.9 KRFF Radio Free Fargo.

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A news release said Flag Family Media would play “an extensive role in WDAY-AM’s day-to-day operations, programming, and sales efforts, and provides an eventual path to ownership.”
I was driving into town a few weeks ago, fiddling with the radio stations, when a voice came over the airwaves that was so full of hate and spite that it shocked me into listening.
Jon McTaggart, a Bemidji State University graduate, is only the second CEO of APMG and started with the company in 1983.
An Osakis-based radio station spreads its reach to a global level
The Radiothon to End Child Abuse will begin at 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5 and continue for 26 hours until 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6 on local stations KIKV-FM and Cool 94.3.

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Classical Minnesota Public Radio is gearing up for its 10th annual Minnesota Varsity, a showcase for young musicians that will culminate with a live radio broadcast and onstage performance.
Lakes Area Radio Theatre will begin the Christmas season with stories about "Bah Humbug Becky" and a detective searching for a missing Santa Claus, at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 8.
As a young boy growing up in Thief River Falls, listening to the "AM Guys" on Winnipeg Radio on a little transistor radio, Dave Vagle knew what he wanted to do when he grew up. It was at the age of 7 or 8, he said, that he decided the radio busin...

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