The Mike McFeely Mess

A podcast for those who like politicking, fishing, golfing, eating and boozing. And, generally, just talking.

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The McFeely Mess: Does the world need a bison-related theme park?

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Scholar/author Clay Jenkinson joins podcast host Mike McFeely to chat about a proposal to build a bison-related theme park in Jamestown, N.D. -- and to use millions in taxpayer dollars to do it.

Clay is open-minded. Mike is skeptical. Hilarity ensues.

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Trey Lance's parents on the criticism surely coming their son's way

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Carlton and Angie Lance, parents of former NDSU quarterback Trey Lance, sat down with InForum's Mike McFeely to talk about the seven-month process leading up the NFL Draft.

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Trey Lance's parents on whether anything surprised them during NFL Draft process

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Carlton and Angie Lance, parents of former NDSU quarterback Trey Lance, talk with InForum's Mike McFeely about the months-long process leading up to the NFL Draft on Thursday, April 29.

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Trey Lance's parents on the crazy last seven months

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Carlton and Angie Lance, parents of former NDSU quarterback Trey Lance, sat down with InForum's Mike McFeely to talk about the seven-month process leading up the NFL Draft.

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The McFeely Mess: 'Who wants to live here?'

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Scholar and author Clay Jenkinson joins podcast host Mike McFeely to discuss Jenkinson's new book and the future of North Dakota.

With big changes coming to the agriculture and energy industries, Jenkinson wonders how the state will attract new people and what jobs the state could try to create.

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About the Podcast

A podcast for those who like politicking, fishing, golfing, eating and boozing. And, generally, just talking.

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Mike McFeely is a columnist for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. He began working for The Forum in the 1980s while he was a student studying journalism at Minnesota State University Moorhead. He's been with The Forum full time since 1990, minus a six-year hiatus when he hosted a local radio talk-show.