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Moms with babies, couples, seniors pushing walkers, teens, college kids, families and even one Alice in Wonderland showed up at Trollwood Performing Arts School on this sunny and still September morning to participate in the event, hosted by KFGO and Nothing Bundt Cakes in Fargo.
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WDAY Radio is marking its 100th anniversary this year. To reminisce, The Forum spoke to several WDAY Radio employees past and present. While much has changed over the decades, including the station's format and ownership, WDAY Radio is ready to move into the next century.
Tony Gehrig's new show will air Thursdays from 11 a.m. to noon.
It is the largest gift ever received by MPR in its 55-year history. To put it in perspective, MPR’s fiscal year 2021 total operating budget was a little more than $101 million.
The purchase of The McKenzie County Farmer marks the company's first non-radio venture. The sale price was not disclosed.
Public radio's 'The Moth' previously came to Fargo in 2019.

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The longtime radio personality now hosts the "Drivetime News" show from 5-6 p.m.
As the interview wound down, Trump said he wanted to leave on a "a little bit of optimism," stating, "We can do it again. We can bring it back, and we'll bring it back even stronger."
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.

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