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Dakota Spotlight is a slow burn, deep-dive True Crime podcast from and about the upper midwest. Season 5: A Better Search for Barbara Cotton: Season 4: Chasing Billy. Season 3: The House on Sweet and Seventh. Season 2: Zeeland, the untold story of Wade and Ellen Zick. Season 1: The case of Victor Newberry. A production of Forum Communications
 
Sitting Bull to Phil Jackson, cattle to prairie dogs, knoefla to lefse. In partnership with the Historical Society of North Dakota, and funded by the North Dakota Humanities Council, a nonprofit, independent state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the program do not necessarily reflect those of the North Dakota Humanities Council or the National Endowment for the Humanities.
 
South Dakota is an incredibly unique state that offers numerous opportunities to outdoors men and women who are willing to get out there and give it a shot. The South Dakota Unlimited podcast aims to give those same people a resource to learn more about topics they are passionate about and maybe some topics or opportunities the state offers that they haven’t thought about yet. Host CJ Peters talks with men and women from around the state who are knowledgeable and passionate about the opportu ...
 
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 ...
 
Dakota Pain comes in several colors and sizes. For instance, a Tornado is usually black while a Blizzard is White and we are not sure what color the Government is. A small rain shower can get you wet, and an ice storm is slippery. Rules and regulations, while needed are often nothing more than attempts at stealing what little freedom we have left.
 
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.
 
This podcast is about owning your life, about leaving a legacy and giving more than you take. It's about making the most of each day and giving your life true meaning. When your last day comes, your living legacy is left only in the memories of your loved ones and on your tombstone. On that tombstone are only two of the important dates in your life, the day you were born and the day you pass on; The only two days you don't control. Owning the dash is about taking control of the days in betwe ...
 
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William “Bill” Hamann was a mover and shaker in the western North Dakota cattle industry. He was born near Richardton in 1904 and began working with livestock in the late 1920s. Along with his associates, he established the Western Livestock Company in Dickinson in 1948. It grew to become the largest cattle auction in North Dakota.…
 
When Kirra McLoughlin died her boyfriend said she must have overdosed on prescription drugs. That didn't explain the over one hundred bruises on her body however. And yet, nobody has been charged with Kirra's death. That didn't sit well with Jamie Pultz. He had met Kirra once at his former job, back when he was a police officer in Queensland Austra…
 
If you missed our Live Episode, no worries! You can now listen to all the fun and technical difficulties we had during the episode! We will do more of these in the future, but it will be limited to our Patreon members only, so don't forget to head over and subscribe! Just one dollar a month is all it takes to get exclusive access and perks. If you …
 
On today’s episode of South Dakota Unlimited, CJ talks with Travis Theel from Buckstorm about preseason scouting. Travis and CJ discuss several topics including boots on the ground, glassing, and trail camera placement. Travis gets into the down and dirty differences of scouting the hills area versus the prairie of western South Dakota, and how to …
 
These warm summer nights are good times to get out and do some star gazing and perhaps learn some new constellations. We are heading toward a new moon on July 8, so if the sky is clear, the viewing should be quite good for several days.โดย Prairie Public
 
On this date in 1907, the North Dakota School for the Deaf announced that the school had opened an exhibit at the Grand Forks Fair where students displayed examples of work including needlework, carpentry, and penmanship. The exhibit also featured photographs of the school.โดย Carole Butcher
 
In the deep past, a bamboo cane pole was every kid’s “starter” rod, an introduction to the lifetime sport of fishing. Little line-tangling, lots of panfish nibbling, much bobber-watching – all the delights of angling. On this date, in 1903, an article in the Cooperstown Courier compared the qualities of a cane-pole made of bamboo, imported from Jap…
 
By the early 1900s, amateur mechanics in North Dakota were building their own motor cars and whizzing down dirt roads at the mindboggling speed of eight miles an hour. The other rage of the time was aviation. North Dakotans were in on that, too. In 1910, Archie Hoxey was created a sensation with the first successful North Dakota flight at Grand For…
 
Medora was a thriving city in 1886, nestled in the Bad Lands of Dakota Territory, but a series of events including blizzards, market fluctuations and the loss of its main supporter, the Marquis DeMores, diminished its significance to all but a small number of businessmen and area ranchers.โดย Jim Davis
 
Five prohibition agents raided the ‘largest still west of Chicago’ on this date in 1932. It was on a farm five miles north of Jamestown. Special agents had suspected a still in the Jamestown vicinity since the first of July, when a truckload of corn sugar, the main ingredient of homemade moonshine, was tracked from Valley City to near Jamestown, wh…
 
Have you been hearing this bird song this summer? We have been hearing these calls frequently this summer emanating from a small thick stand of aspen and shrubs. It sounds like there are several birds in there. But occasionally we get the opportunity to see the source, which is a catbird, or gray catbird to be more precise. No doubt some of you rec…
 
North Dakota is small and sparsely populated, but it has drawn a range of music acts over the years, some of them multiple times, with memorable shows. Some of those concerts have had attendance larger than some of North Dakota’s major cities.โดย Jack Dura
 
On this date in 1832, George Catlin wrote to the New York Commercial Advertiser from the mouth of the Yellowstone River, saying: “The health and amusements of this delightful country render it almost painful for me to leave it. The atmosphere is so light and pure that nothing like fevers and epidemics has ever been known to prevail here – indeed it…
 
When an innocent teenager is murdered, family members are left devastated and heartbroken. The closest these loved-ones can get to some kind of closure is when the person or persons responsible are apprehended and convicted of the crime. Sometimes that just never happens, even when we know who did it. In 1992, 13-year-old Brandy Myers left her home…
 
North Dakotans are no strangers to severe weather. On this date in 1912, the state was dealing with the aftermath of a devastating hailstorm. The Bismarck Daily Tribune reported, “The most disastrous hailstorm in years swept this section, destroying hundreds of acres of fine grain.”โดย Carole Butcher
 
In 1984 president Ronald Reagan announced NASA’s newest program, the Teacher in Space Project. The program’s goal was to promote student interest in math, science, and space. Almost 11,000 teachers from across the country applied in the hopes of going into space on the shuttle Challenger. The applicants were narrowed down to two teachers per state …
 
I suspect that when most people hear of Devils Lake they may think of all the tremendous fishing the lake provides. But do not forget that the Devils Lake area is a great place to observe the flora and fauna of our region as well.โดย Chuck Lura
 
On this date in 1995, the Bismarck Tribune reported on a most unusual postmaster. Gordon Vaagen, postmaster of Taylor since 1967, was a musical virtuoso. When not running the post office he was repairing and making instruments.โดย Trista Raezer-Stursa
 
Polio vaccinations were in full swing in the summer of 1955 in North Dakota. A team led by Dr. Jonas Salk at the University of Pittsburgh developed the vaccine after years of philanthropy through the March of Dimes. Polio was the most dreaded disease of its time, and could paralyze and even kill children. The public welcomed Salk’s vaccine with ope…
 
This is the first installment of our summer series about mysterious crimes and disappearances from around the globe and the people who fight to get justice for victims and their families. Marion Barter, aged 51, boarded a plane in Australia in 1997 to embark on a trip of a lifetime and has never been seen again. When her family went to the police t…
 
Books were not widely available to the general public in the United States until the mid-1800s. In the 1700s, wealthy people with access to books hosted literary salons. These were events where the participants could discuss fiction and nonfiction literature.โดย Carole Butcher
 
It’s not every day that someone refuses a $20,000 payment from the government, but that’s exactly what Adolph Shirley did. On this date in 1986, the Bismarck Tribune reported that Shirley refused payment for land he would lose to the Garrison Diversion.โดย Trista Raezer-Stursa
 
Throughout the 1840s and 50s, Professor Jonathan Baldwin Turner of Illinois College championed the idea of agricultural colleges. Illinois Senator Lyman Trumbull took up the cause. He crafted a bill that would fund a land-grant college in each state. He thought the bill would have a better chance of passing if it was introduced by an eastern congre…
 
In 1896, a revision in the North Dakota Century Code allowed that if a town furnished a building to store 100,000 pounds or more of wool for free from June 15 to August 31, the town could hold a wool market, to be advertised by the North Dakota commissioner of agriculture.โดย Prairie Public
 
On today’s episode of South Dakota Unlimited, CJ talks with Farm Bill Biologist from Pheasant’s Forever, Joe Mayrose, for the second installment of the Conservation Series. The guys talk about the many hats Joe wears in his role at Pheasant’s Forever, and how Pheasant’s Forever is promoting conservation in South Dakota through their land programs a…
 
The Fargo newspaper headlines this week in 1957 concentrated on the devastating tornado that had leveled a large swath of the city only days before. An effort called “Operation Cleanup” was making progress with the damage caused by the twister that drilled through neighborhoods, especially the Golden Ridge area of North Fargo. On this date, the wor…
 
I have heard about someone getting quite excited recently about seeing a scarlet tanager in Turtle Mountain. Scarlet tanagers, as the name implies are bright red with jet black wings and tail. They are also known as black-winged red birds, and have been described as “red with a capital R” or “blindingly gorgeous.” In size they are a little larger t…
 
Hey there, This is James, host and producer of Dakota Spotlight podcast. This is just a quick update on what's going on with the podcast this summer. I have some important dates to tell you about and some other news. In this part of the world (north of the equator) it is SUMMERTIME. With summer comes sunshine, the outdoors and some leisure. North D…
 
This is an episode about the future. Sort of. That was the intention and the latter half definitely is about that. The beginning is... questionable. STAY UP TO DATE Go to ki100pod.com for more updates for our show! BUY OUR MERCH Click HERE to buy our merch! *** AD LINKS*** Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on you…
 
Summer will officially arrive this Sunday. The summer solstice will occur on Sunday, June 20, at 10:32pm CT. The summer solstice, of course, is when the northern hemisphere will be tilted furthest toward the sun than at any other time of the year. And it will also be the sun’s highest arch at midday for the year. It is all because of the earth’s an…
 
On this episode of South Dakota Unlimited, CJ talks with the first repeat guest on the podcast, Todd Heitkamp of Dakota Angler. Todd and CJ go over some tips for fishing the sweltering heat we’ve all been experiencing, and Todd gives an explanation about why weather fronts effect the bite and what we can do to optimize the time we have on the water…
 
Penetration like prom night! We talkin' hot dogs and donuts, y'all! This may not be the episode you wanna listen to out loud at work... or do, we want the exposure! STAY UP TO DATE Go to ki100pod.com for more updates for our show! BUY OUR MERCH Click HERE to buy our merch! *** AD LINKS*** Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free…
 
We have had a red-bellied woodpecker in the neighborhood. It is hard to say how long it will stick around, but I have managed a good look at it a couple of times. I suspect that most North Dakotans are not familiar with this woodpecker. It is a bit smaller than a flicker and has black and white stripes across the back. The most obvious characterist…
 
Season 5, Episode 16 Open records. What are they and how to get them! New Facebook Group for Barbara Cotton: https://www.facebook.com/FindBarbCotton Sign petition: https://www.change.org/p/williston-chief-of-police-david-peterson-hire-an-investigator-dedicated-to-barbara-cotton-case Music: Wowza in Kalamazoo https://wowzainkalamazoo.bandcamp.com/ D…
 
Don't be scared! We're talking about fears and nightmares in this special spooky episode! Check out these creepy stories by Dakota & Chorsie! STAY UP TO DATE Go to ki100pod.com for more updates for our show! BUY OUR MERCH Click HERE to buy our merch! *** AD LINKS*** Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first…
 
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