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Dakota Spotlight

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Dakota Spotlight

Forum Communications Co.

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Season 7: The mysterious disappearence of Michele Julson. Season 6: Investigation into the 1993 unsolved disappearance of Kristin Joy Diede and Robert Michael Anderson. Kristin and Bob took a road trip to North Dakota and were never seen again. Law enforcement believe they were murdered. But by whom? Host James Wolner teams up with journalist Jeremy Fugleberg to tackle this long-running North Dakota mystery. Dakota Spotlight, by James Wolner, is a deep-dive True Crime podcast with national r ...
 
Hosted by Chuck Lura, a biology professor at Dakota College in Bottineau. Chuck has a broad knowledge of “Natural North Dakota” and loves sharing that knowledge with others. Since 2005, he has written a weekly column, “Naturalist at Large,” for the Lake Metigoshe Mirror. His columns also appear under “The Naturalist” in several other weekly newspapers across North Dakota. Natural North Dakota is supported by NDSU Central Grasslands Research Extension Center and Dakota College at Bottineau, a ...
 
Sitting Bull to Phil Jackson, cattle to prairie dogs, knoefla to lefse. North Dakota's legacy includes many strange stories of eccentric towns, war heroes, and various colorful characters. Hear all about them on Dakota Datebook, your daily dose of North Dakota history.—Dakota Datebook is made in partnership with the State Historical Society of North Dakota, and funded by Humanities North Dakota, a nonprofit, independent state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, f ...
 
Tony Moore and Dakota Bailey created a podcast on their favorite topics; Real Estate, Investing, Wealth, and Personal Development. Located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the duo started a real estate investing company with very little money and now own over 60 properties. Tony and Dakota network with people all over the country. Check out their podcast for advice and stories from investors, business owners, gurus, and proponents of positive psychology.
 
Stay connected to Hardrocker Sports all year long wherever you go with Hardrocker Huddle, the official podcast of South Dakota Mines Athletics. Host Josh Van Valkenburg-Gernert takes you inside South Dakota Mines Athletics with exclusive interviews, insights, former player features, and much more. Subscribe and follow at the links below: Apple - https://apple.co/3KcIByO Spotify - https://spoti.fi/3tjDJ41
 
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Discover Dakota County

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Discover Dakota County

Dakota County Regional Chamber

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The Discover Dakota County podcast, provided by the Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce, is an interactive conversation that brings listeners and viewers informative stories, historical tidbits, views of leaders in the region, topics with various points of view, plus, a little humor and throw-back amusement. Tune in as we explore the rich stories and insights in Dakota County.
 
Explore South Dakota inspires others to get out and see some of what this state has to offer through travel and adventure. Providing valuable, actionable information that will allow you to take the leap and explore. Interviewing business leaders, bloggers, citizens, entrepreneurs and more who give insight and firsthand tips on how to embark on your own adventures throughout South Dakota. Time to have an adventure, do a little traveling, maybe even earn some cool prizes along the way… it’s ti ...
 
Hey everyone! It's Dakota Shane. I'm a columnist for Inc. Magazine, where I cover anything and everything related to content marketing. My writing has also appeared in Forbes, Business Insider, Google's Startup Grind, PR News, and more. I'm also the co-founder of Copy Buffs, a copywriting agency based in Los Angeles. I've been featured on some of the marketing industry's top podcasts and spoken at some of its largest conferences. In this podcast, I'll show you what I've learned and what I'm ...
 
Dakota Live! is a show about the institutional investment industry. Each week the show profiles and interviews leading investment allocators at private banks, institutional consultants, family offices, public pension funds, foundations and endowments, and leading broker dealers. The show is built for salespeople who raise money for investment firms with strategies in the following asset classes: equities and fixed income, private equity, private real estate, private credit and hedge funds. D ...
 
Taking an inside look on the relationship of two friends and what shapes them. It’s a therapy session, it’s an open mic, it’s 100% true and 100% Chorsie and Dakota. They’ll make you laugh, cry, cry from laughing, and laugh from crying. Keep It Nasty, Keep it 100. ki100pod.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/keepit100-pod/support
 
The Dakota Midwest Gardener with Home Gardening Tips Podcast Facebook Group is located in the Bismarck-Mandan, North Dakota.We serves our Midwestern States area of the United States. There is tons of useful information and tips for you to get your garden started and have a very successful garden with Great looking and very delicious tasting Vegetables and sweet tasting friut. Also we can all think of ways to make this group more exciting and more educational for all.
 
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It is official! The autumnal equinox occurred last Thursday at 8:03 PM Central Daylight Time. That was when the sun was directly over the equator. So fall is here. And of course, the days will shorten until the winter solstice in December. Then the days will begin to lengthen through the spring equinox and on to the summer solstice, the longest day…
 
Tony and Dakota talk with former industrial engineer and army service member Tyler Derickson about his transition into full time commercial real estate investing. Derickson talked about the value he got from college, the military, and how he met his wife. Tyler also talked about his move and transition to Fort Wayne Indiana from the mines of Minnes…
 
Ryan McFarland is an entrepreneur with a passion for mountain biking and motorsports. He spent his early years with a grandfather who was a race car owner and a father who owned a motorcycle dealership. After the birth of his first son Bode, Ryan was anxious to share his passions with Bode, and the Strider Bike was born. In this episode you will he…
 
The 2022 ELCA Churchwide Assembly was held on August 8-12, 2022 in Columbus, OH. There were 13 voting members from our synod participating. We have a chance to hear from several of them in this episode of Unexpected Surprises. The WND Synod Voting members were Vickie Benzmiller from Augustana Lutheran in Underwood; Rosa Berg from Christ Lutheran in…
 
In Episode 7 we meet Tony Hulm, former bartender at the burnt Creek Club. Tony was Shelly's on-again/off-again boyfriend at the time of her disappearance. Tony Hulm speaks about Shelly, about the alleged harassment she was experiencing and considers if Shelly Julson may have just chosen a new life elsewhere. In 1994 26-year-old Michele Julson dropp…
 
The United States entered World War I on April 6, 1917. The guns fell silent on November 11, 1918. During that time, 35,448 North Dakota men served in the Armed Forces. Over 1,300 of them did not survive. There was sadness across the country as families held funerals for their loved ones who made the ultimate sacrifice. There was even greater trage…
 
In an effort to encourage future generations of farmers, the Better Farming Association of Barnes County sponsored programs that appealed to boys. The big project for 1912 was the corn growing contest. The boys were challenged to grow the highest yield per acre. The Association noted that its most important work was arousing an interest in farming …
 
On this date in 1917, Williston had a bit to boast about within the walls of its county jail. The Williston Graphic reported: “It is not every county jail in the state that can boast of an artist (yes, a really truly [good] artist that paints color and pen and ink sketches that sell on their own merit), [but] Williston can.”…
 
Tony and Dakota talk with personal development psychology author Brian Sachetta. Brian recently published a book called “Get Out of Your Head” on overcoming negative mental states such as depression and anxiety.Brian talked about various psychological principles and how to develop an understanding for your thought and emotions.Tony and Dakota talke…
 
In 1899, revised laws in North Dakota stated that no two townships could have the same name. However, most townships didn’t act on the change. Pembina’s Pioneer Express opined, it was a law “in existence, but … in innocuous desuetude”—which was a fancy way of saying a harmless state of disuse.על ידי Sarah Walker
 
Standing a few miles east of Richardton, North Dakota, is a modest conical hill with a lot of history. It’s called Young Man’s Butte. Several legends exist to the origin of the name. One of the most plausible came from Rain-in-the-Face, a Lakota Sioux, born near the Cheyenne River in present day South Dakota in 1835.…
 
Dan Panko was born on this date in Ukraine in 1895. He emigrated to America in 1906 with his family and they homesteaded in North Dakota. A railroad branch of the Soo Line ran near their homestead and young Dan would hop on the train as it went by, ride a few miles, hop off and run back home.על ידי Scott Nelson
 
Perhaps the most violent moment in Dakota territorial politics was the killing of the territorial secretary in 1873. General Edwin Stanton McCook was a distinguished Civil War veteran and one of the “Fighting McCooks,” a prominent Union military family. In February of 1872, President Grant appointed McCook as secretary of Dakota Territory, a positi…
 
If you haven’t seen some shaggy mane mushrooms (Coprinus comatus) growing near your home lately, they probably will be soon. They are often seen popping up after a good rain in grassy areas such as parks, lawns, and the like during late summer and into fall, although they may grow at other times. They are one of North Dakota’s more common and inter…
 
Tony and Dakota talk with successful Nu Skin Blue Diamond Executive, Tori Armstrong! Tori is among the top 0.18% of her company. Tori has been a Nu Skin representative for the last 17 years, building and growing her network marketing business into the multiple six figure income mark.Tony and Dakota asked Tori about her upbringing and her profession…
 
A man wanted for various crimes in other states met his demise in 1938 in Oberon, North Dakota. A sheriff’s deputy intervened in late-night street brawl, and as one of the troublemakers fled, Benson County Deputy Sheriff Walter Crane called for him to halt. The man drew a gun and fired at Crane, who shot back, killing the man.…
 
Ted Muenster’s integrity and leadership are well known in South Dakota and he has left behind a positive impact wherever he goes. A South Dakotan by choice, Ted’s career spanned over 40 years and included senior positions in higher education, state government, business, and civic affairs. In this episode you will hear: Ted’s early life story, his t…
 
In 1869, the Transcontinental Railroad was completed with the driving of the Golden Spike. The railroad ran from Omaha in Nebraska Territory to Sacramento in California. It was the first means of mass transportation to cross the country. And as the first, the Transcontinental Railroad overshadowed the later Northern Pacific. The Northern Pacific, h…
 
North Dakota’s Legislature has 80 days every session to do its business, and that can be a tight clock. But that time-limit used to be even tighter – only 60 days. On this date in 1976, voters narrowly approved a constitutional amendment that increased the 60 days to 80 “natural days.”על ידי Jack Dura
 
After the Erie Canal was built, farmers found it faster and cheaper to transport their grain. The improved transportation system led to mass production of grain. Over the next ten years, the amount of grain arriving in Buffalo, New York grew from just over one hundred thousand bushels to over two million. A new system was needed to store the grain.…
 
North Dakota sent many of its sons to fight in World War I. Some called it the “War to End All Wars,” though it was not. In the spirit of patriotism, young men across the state joined the military to help win the “Great War.” The recruits, 31,269 in number, came from all corners of the state.על ידי Dr. Steve Hoffbeck
 
I suspect that most everyone is familiar with salamanders. North Dakota has one native salamander, and that is the eastern tiger salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum). They can be found statewide. They are about 6-8 inches long, have smooth moist black or maybe a ripe olive colored skin, with pale yellowish spots or blotches.…
 
Tony and Dakota interview their friend, peer, and mentor, Alex Camacho. Tony and Dakota first met Alex in Ryan Pineda’s Future Flipper Mastermind. Alex has been inspirational with his “go giver” mentality. Alex frequently shares what he is doing on social media and he inspired Dakota to purchase and use the 5 minute journal. In this podcast Alex ex…
 
When you see an eagle soaring on high in the skies, you might marvel at its magnificent size, with a wingspan seven-feet-wide. You might admire the bald-eagle’s snow-white head and tail gleaming in contrast with its chocolate-colored wings and body. You might visualize an eagle’s claws or its pointed beak that rips and tears its victims into bite-s…
 
The grandeur of the plains is more subtle than most landscapes. It appeases the need for simplicity, filled with absences. Quiet, modest, and if one is not accustomed, lonely. However, for a faithful lover of the prairies, it holds not loneliness, but peace. This peace appealed to a group of Franciscan Sisters who made their home in Hankinson, Nort…
 
Frank LaFayette Anders was born in 1875 at Fort Abraham Lincoln where his father was stationed. When his father died in 1890, Frank, age 15, quit school to help support the family. In 1894 he enlisted in the National Guard and served as a member of the Young’s Scouts in the Philippines during the Spanish American War and the Philippine American War…
 
Most all of you old-timers can probably recall that monarch butterflies dancing in the breeze was a common sight across North Dakota in your childhood. They are not so common these days. The western population is down over 90% since the 1980s while the eastern population is down 84% from 1996-2014.על ידי Chuck Lura
 
Tony and Dakota interview owner of BeABean Leadership Training Dennis Millen! Dennis opened the conversation by explaining some of his most impactful life experiences. Dennis talked about the importance of travel for developing perspective and expanding your mind. Tony and Dakota talked to Dennis about true leadership, developing teams, and life le…
 
Adam Weaver is a 2021 Acts of Excellence recipient, for his work exploring and preserving caves across not just South Dakota but the world. He recently joined Miles Beacom to discuss his work, and what it means to be an Acts of Excellence recipient. In this episode you will hear: Adam’s history and how he came to live in South Dakota, what piqued h…
 
We are taking a vacation break this week, but will be back next week with an interview with Tony Hulm, aka Burnt Creek Tony. This update episode includes a taste of that interview and the full recording of this season's theme song 'Magelena' by Wowza in Kalamazoo. Check them out at wowzainkalamazoo.bandcamp.com/ On August 2, 1994 26-year-old Michel…
 
Host Josh Van Valkenburg-Gernert sits down with volleyball head coach Lauren Torvi Prochazka, Senior Kassie Luce, soccer head coach Ryan Thompson and senior Elias Burgfeld to talk about fall camp and their expectations going into the season. Listen and follow. Apple - apple.co/3xK99T5 Spotify - spoti.fi/3y7orTs…
 
Anne & Willie Langdji join Bishop Craig in this episode. Anne and Willie have served a variety of countries in West Africa for many years. They continue to be one of the central points of contact for the ministry we share with our global companion synod in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Central African Republic. The Langdjis share with us t…
 
Tony and Dakota interview School of Rock owner Mark McKibben!Mark was Dakota’s first sales trainer at Glenbrook Hyundai.Mark made sales fun and exciting for Dakota and was one of the reasons Dakota stayed in car sales for so long.Tony and Dakota talked to Mark about his upbringing and the various roles Mark served in before he started his business.…
 
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