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Travel to Wahpeton, ND to Learn How the Past Keeps Moving Residents Forward

Travel to Wahpeton, ND to Learn How the Past Keeps Moving Residents Forward

Located along the headwaters of the Red River, Wahpeton, North Dakota, is a small town with a big heart and a fascinating past. From its beginnings as a home to Native American tribes to its thriving present-day community, Wahpeton has a story worth telling.

My Hometown: Embracing the Charms in New Ulm, Minnesota

My Hometown: Embracing the Charms in New Ulm, Minnesota

"My Hometown" is a captivating showcase that shines a spotlight on the heart and soul of small towns. In this episode, kvisit New Ulm, MN! From iconic landmarks to natural treasures, this episode unveils the unique tapestry of experiences that make New Ulm a beloved hometown for all who call it home.

Uncovering The Heart and Soul of Entrepreneurship at Nita's Attic and Dakota Nuts-N-Candy

Uncovering The Heart and Soul of Entrepreneurship at Nita's Attic and Dakota Nuts-N-Candy

This episode of *Made Local* takes us into the heart of Napoleon to visit Anita Fettig's unique store, Nita's Attic & Coffee Haus. It's not just any store; it's a place where the past meets the present.

Exploring Sleepy Eye: A Journey Through History, Baseball, and Economic Development

Exploring Sleepy Eye: A Journey Through History, Baseball, and Economic Development

In this episode of "My Hometown" on Ladies of Another View, we delve into the rich history of Sleepy Eye, a small town in Minnesota. The Executive Director of the Sleepy Eye Historical Society shares the captivating tale of Chief Sleepy Eye and the town's connection with the beloved TV show "Little House on the Prairie". The museum offers plenty to explore, showcasing the town's vibrant past.

Beni Paulson's Ranching and Music Ventures & Lacey Madsen's Exceptional Jewelry Services

Beni Paulson's Ranching and Music Ventures & Lacey Madsen's Exceptional Jewelry Services

In this episode of "Made Local" with Lori Hinz, we meet two fascinating individuals: Beni Paulson with T2 Ranch in Richardton and Lacey Madsen with Lacey's Custom Jewelry in Bismarck.

Unveiling A Cultural Tapestry: Exploring Sisseton-Wahpeton-Oyate Heritage and Community Development

Unveiling A Cultural Tapestry: Exploring Sisseton-Wahpeton-Oyate Heritage and Community Development

In today's episode of "My Hometown, Part 2" from Agency Village, SD, Jan Wangler, host of "Ladies of Another View," immerses herself in the culture of the Sisseton-Wahpeton-Oyate people, delving into the significance of tradition and storytelling.

My Hometown:  Journey of the Sisseton-Wahpeton-Oyate

My Hometown: Journey of the Sisseton-Wahpeton-Oyate

Part 1 of "My Hometown" from Agency Village, South Dakota, delves into the rich history and promising future of the Sisseton-Wahpeton-Oyate people. The episode begins with an exploration of the tribe's origins, tracing their journey to Agency Village and the establishment of their reservation and self-governance.

Unveiling Healthcare's Crisis with Priscilla Romans

Unveiling Healthcare's Crisis with Priscilla Romans

"Man in America," hosted by Seth Holehouse, welcomes Priscilla Romans for an insightful conversation on the current state and future of healthcare in our country. Priscilla brings to light the significant challenges and corruption facing our healthcare system today.

Mayorkas Blames Sanctuary City for Not Alerting Feds About Killer's Crimes & Illegal Status

Mayorkas Blames Sanctuary City for Not Alerting Feds About Killer's Crimes & Illegal Status

On "The Dr. Duke Show," Dr. Duke welcomes Dr. Jacobs for a critical discussion sparked by a concerning statement from Mayorkas. They dive into the troubling case involving the suspect responsible for the death of Laken Riley. Mayorkas revealed that federal authorities were in the dark about the suspect's alleged crimes, his illegal status in the country, and highlighted how a sanctuary city's policies might have contributed to this lack of communication.

Balancing Culture & Education at Tiospa Zina Tribal School

Balancing Culture & Education at Tiospa Zina Tribal School

Introducing a captivating "My Hometown" shining a spotlight on Tiospa Zina Tribal School, lovingly known as the "Home of the Wambdi," situated on the picturesque Lake Traverse Reservation in Agency Village, South Dakota. This exceptional school is making remarkable progress with its innovative progress-based education model, and it's not just a school; it's a place where teachers of all specialties are welcomed with open arms and competitive benefits.

Lori Hinz Dives into Dakota's Equine Culture and Local Treats on 'Made Local'

Lori Hinz Dives into Dakota's Equine Culture and Local Treats on 'Made Local'

"Made Local" is a captivating TV show hosted by Lori Hinz, who delves into the heart and soul of entrepreneurship and the unique stories that fuel it. The show kicks off with Lori visiting Tisa Peek at JT Family Equine to explore her latest venture, Dakota Horse Magazine.

Meet Luke Tibor – BEK TV Senior News Director & Technical Director

Meet Luke Tibor – BEK TV Senior News Director & Technical Director

Luke Tibor is a seasoned media professional with a deep-rooted commitment to delivering top-quality content to viewers. As the Senior News Director at BEK TV, Luke plays a pivotal role in ensuring that every aspect of production meets the highest standards of technical excellence and editorial quality.

Diving into North Dakota's Local Businesses: From Farm-to-Table Meats to Gourmet Foods

Diving into North Dakota's Local Businesses: From Farm-to-Table Meats to Gourmet Foods

"Made Local" is an engaging TV show that takes viewers on a journey through the world of small businesses and local entrepreneurship. Hosted by Lori Hinz, the show provides a deep dive into the lives and operations of local enterprises, revealing the passion and hard work behind them. In this episode, the show visits two unique businesses in North Dakota.

Northwest Landowners' 2024 Conference: Advocating Rights and Legal Insights in Bismarck

Northwest Landowners' 2024 Conference: Advocating Rights and Legal Insights in Bismarck

On January 17th and 18th, the Northwest Landowners Association, a group championing the rights and interests of landowners, hosted their 2024 Conference on the Constitution in Bismarck, North Dakota. This event shone a spotlight on the vital issue of landowner rights, drawing attention to the challenges and opportunities facing America's heartland.

Exploring North Dakota's Best: MAD Moves Roller Rink and Heart of Dakota Vet Clinic on 'Made Local'

Exploring North Dakota's Best: MAD Moves Roller Rink and Heart of Dakota Vet Clinic on 'Made Local'

"Made Local" is a TV show that shines a spotlight on local entrepreneurs and their businesses. Hosted by Lori Hinz, the show dives into the inspiring stories of small business owners, showcasing their passion and dedication to their communities.

From Farm to Glass - The Two Track Malting Company and Bismarck Distillery Story

From Farm to Glass - The Two Track Malting Company and Bismarck Distillery Story

In this episode of Made Local, the spotlight is on Two Track Malting Company and Bismarck Distillery, two innovative businesses based in North Dakota.

My Hometown: From Catholic Sisters to Small Businesses, and Discover an Exciting Elderberry Orchard

My Hometown: From Catholic Sisters to Small Businesses, and Discover an Exciting Elderberry Orchard

In today's episode of "My Hometown" on the Ladies of Another View, explore the town of Hankinson, North Dakota! Our journey begins by delving into the town's history, learning how and when it came into existence, and discovering the origins of its name. Hankinson, ND, had its beginnings when pioneers and settlers ventured into the region in the late 19th century.

North Dakota Court, PSC Review Landowner Dispute and Regulations on CO2 Pipeline Project

North Dakota Court, PSC Review Landowner Dispute and Regulations on CO2 Pipeline Project

This is a summary of the key developments regarding the Summit Carbon Solutions CO2 pipeline, North Dakota, which have generated significant interest and debate among landowners, legal teams, and state authorities.

Exploring Baker, Montana: Homesteaders, Railroads, and Community Revival

Exploring Baker, Montana: Homesteaders, Railroads, and Community Revival

"Ladies of Another View My Hometown" presents an enriching episode where host Mary explores the rich heritage and enduring spirit of Baker, Montana. The show commences with an insightful conversation with Randy Hanson, a local historian. Randy delves into the pivotal role of homesteaders in shaping Baker's identity, the historical significance of the railroad, and the natural charm of Baker Lake, shedding light on facets of the town's past that continue to influence its present.

Exploring Ekalaka, MT: Sioux Heritage, Pioneering Museums, and the Birth of Bucking Horses

Exploring Ekalaka, MT: Sioux Heritage, Pioneering Museums, and the Birth of Bucking Horses

"Ladies of Another View My Hometown" is an engaging television show, and today we explore the rich history and unique characteristics of Ekalaka, Montana. The show's host, Mary, delves into the town's origins, highlighting its namesake, Ijkalaka, a Sioux woman married to David Harrison Russell, a notable scout.

Iowa Court Favors Pipeline Company, Midwest Counties Challenge CO2 Pipeline Ordinances

Iowa Court Favors Pipeline Company, Midwest Counties Challenge CO2 Pipeline Ordinances

In recent developments surrounding CO2 pipeline placements in the Midwest, an Iowa federal court ruled in favor of Summit Carbon Solutions on December 4th, overruling local ordinances in Shelby and Story counties.

Holiday Showcase Features '5 Second Bracelet'

Holiday Showcase Features '5 Second Bracelet'

"Ladies of Another View" is a popular television show that brings a fresh perspective to current events and cultural happenings. In a recent episode, Lt. Col Kevin Iverson was a special guest, discussing the inspiring "Wreaths Across America" initiative.

Marmarth, ND: Historical Railroad Town Turned Family Destination with Dinosaur Hunts

Marmarth, ND: Historical Railroad Town Turned Family Destination with Dinosaur Hunts

"Ladies of Another View-My Hometown" looks into the rich history of Marmarth, a small town in Southwest North Dakota. Once a thriving hub in the early 1900s, Marmarth boasted over 1,300 residents, making it the largest town on the Milwaukee railroad line in North Dakota and the fifth largest town west of the Missouri River by 1911.

Another Holiday Showcase:  Huff Hills

Another Holiday Showcase: Huff Hills

In this episode of Ladies of Another View, we feature Huff Hills in another Holiday Showcase!

Holiday Showcase: Ladies Feature Local Business Just in Time for The Holidays

Holiday Showcase: Ladies Feature Local Business Just in Time for The Holidays

In a recent episode, the Ladies discussed two important topics: China's influence through social media and their interest in genetic data, and the importance of supporting law enforcement in the United States.

Tioga's Heart: Patriots, Entrepreneurs, and Farmers Uniting Community

Tioga's Heart: Patriots, Entrepreneurs, and Farmers Uniting Community

"Ladies of Another View-My Hometown" is an engaging television show, and in The Tioga's Heart: Patriots, Entrepreneurs, and Farmers Uniting Community" edition, they delve into the heart of Tioga, showcasing its vibrant community and dedicated citizens - a diverse range of guests, each contributing unique insights into the life and spirit of Tioga.

Capital City's Holiday Joy and Burleigh County's Agricultural Education

Capital City's Holiday Joy and Burleigh County's Agricultural Education

In the "Holiday Showcase," the show focuses on Capitol City Restaurant Supply. Capital City Restaurant Supply, established in 1971 and led by Rick and Dawn Rhone, offers quality restaurant equipment and kitchen solutions. With expert consultants, they provide top-notch products, customized solutions, and competitive prices. Catering to both commercial and home kitchens, they ship across the lower 48 states and offer local service within 100 miles.

Exploring Tioga: The Oil Capitol's History, Community Leaders, and Resilient Spirit

Exploring Tioga: The Oil Capitol's History, Community Leaders, and Resilient Spirit

"Ladies of Another View-My Hometown" is a captivating television show that delves into the dynamic world of Tioga, North Dakota, known as the Oil Capitol. The show offers a rich tapestry of stories and insights from various prominent local figures, each bringing a unique perspective to the table.

Burlington, ND: Exploring the Oldest City in Ward County

Burlington, ND: Exploring the Oldest City in Ward County

In the latest episode of Ladies of Another View, the spotlight is on the charming town of Burlington, ND, which happens to be the oldest city in Ward County. The episode takes viewers on a fascinating journey through the history and present-day life of this historic town.

Holiday Showcase Features "Karmin's Kitchen"

Holiday Showcase Features "Karmin's Kitchen"

Adding a festive twist, the "Holiday Showcase" segment is back, ushering in the shopping season with a spotlight on local businesses.

Chuppe Health of Bismarck Sponsors BEK TV's Athlete of the Week

Chuppe Health of Bismarck Sponsors BEK TV's Athlete of the Week

Something exciting is happening for high school athletes in North Dakota! This year, with the help from Chuppe Health in Bismarck, BEK TV has launched a feature highlight called "Chuppe Health Student Athlete of the Week". This awesome initiative aims to highlight outstanding high school athletes, and it's all thanks to the support of Chuppe Health of Bismarck.

Watch Propaganda EXPOSED! [UNCENSORED] Featuring Stew Peters, MSM Journalism Is DEAD!

Watch Propaganda EXPOSED! [UNCENSORED] Featuring Stew Peters, MSM Journalism Is DEAD!

Watch the full docuseries, Propaganda Exposed! \[Uncensored] at <https://propaganda-exposed.com/StewPeters>.

"My Hometown: Ellendale, ND - A Blend of Charm and Amenities"

"My Hometown: Ellendale, ND - A Blend of Charm and Amenities"

In the latest episode of "Ladies of Another View," the ladies embark on a journey to Ellendale, ND, where they discover a charming town that combines small-town charm with big-city amenities. Ellendale, known as "My Hometown," offers a delightful blend of attractions and features that make it a unique destination.

A Special 'Legislature Today': Review of the North Dakota Special Session with Gary Emineth

A Special 'Legislature Today': Review of the North Dakota Special Session with Gary Emineth

Gary Emineth, longtime North Dakota political figure, is back with a special episode of "Legislature Today" focusing on the recent special North Dakota session that took place from October 23-25. This particular session was called by Governor Doug Burgum due to a Supreme Court decision that declared a bill, known as the "Christmas Tree Bill," unconstitutional. This is big news, and it's essential to understand what this means for North Dakotans.

Tour Day 4: Discussing Underreported Struggles and New Political Shifts in U.S. Heartland

Tour Day 4: Discussing Underreported Struggles and New Political Shifts in U.S. Heartland

Day 4 of Tour: Today on "Across the Pond," hosts delved into some vital issues that mainstream media often overlook, highlighting the essence of local control and environmental stewardship. Their discussion provided a robust recap of the "Across The Pond" tour's recent stop in Aberdeen, South Dakota, illuminating the event's focus on fostering stronger transatlantic ties.

Tour Day 3: Discussing Justice, Agriculture, and Community Resilience on 'Across the Pond'

Tour Day 3: Discussing Justice, Agriculture, and Community Resilience on 'Across the Pond'

Day 3 of Tour: In today's riveting episode of "Across the Pond" with steadfast advocates for truth, Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson, the dialogue was enriched by the presence of Jim Ferguson and special guest, John Bolin. Our dedicated hosts delved into critical topics that underscore the fundamental principles: justice, law and order, and the valor of the law-abiding citizen. They emphasized the necessity of upholding these tenets to ensure the security and prosperity of our society.

Navigator CO2 Cancels Project, Summit Carbon Solutions Faces Delays

Navigator CO2 Cancels Project, Summit Carbon Solutions Faces Delays

The special report titled "Capturing America's Heartland: CO2 Pipeline" discusses recent developments in the CO2 pipeline industry in the American Midwest. On Friday, October 20th, Navigator CO2 Ventures, one of three companies planning CO2 pipelines in the region, announced the cancellation of its Heartland Greenway pipeline project. The company cited challenges related to the unpredictable regulatory and government processes, particularly in South Dakota and Iowa, as the primary reason for the project's cancellation. Navigator CO2's CEO, Matt Vining, expressed disappointment at not being able to provide services to customers.

Tour Day 2: Unity, Constitution, and the Personal Battles Against Breast Cancer

Tour Day 2: Unity, Constitution, and the Personal Battles Against Breast Cancer

Day 2 of Farmers' Fight: Food Freedom Tour: alongside special guest Jim Ferguson, Trent and Andrew delved deep into their experiences from the ongoing tour. The trio highlights the profound impact the journey is having on them personally and professionally. One of the significant segments that stands out is their visit to a Wisconsin dairy farm, an experience that paints a vivid picture of American pastoral life and the industrious nature of the dairy industry.

Tour Day 1: Cowboy Ethics, Community Aid, Eco-Innovation, Land Rights, and Raw Milk Freedom Fight

Tour Day 1: Cowboy Ethics, Community Aid, Eco-Innovation, Land Rights, and Raw Milk Freedom Fight

Day 1 of Tour: Welcome to another stirring episode of "Across the Pond" with your vigilant hosts, Trent Loos and Andrew Henderson, dedicated to unfurling the banner of truth in agriculture and rural living from both sides of the Atlantic. In today's recap of day one of the groundbreaking Across The Pond tour, we delve into an array of topics that resonate with the heartstrings of true patriots and those who hold the agrarian way of life dear.

ND Stakeholders Rally & The Administration's Stance on CO2 Pipeline Regulations

ND Stakeholders Rally & The Administration's Stance on CO2 Pipeline Regulations

North Dakota stakeholders are awaiting the Public Service Commission's decision concerning the permit reconsideration for a CO2 pipeline proposed by Summit Carbon Solutions.

Part 1: Grandma of Grassroots Organization Fights to Keep Casinos Out of Nebraska

Part 1: Grandma of Grassroots Organization Fights to Keep Casinos Out of Nebraska

For 28 years, Pat Loontjer has been fighting to keep the scourge of gambling out of the great state of Nebraska. Pat is the president of “Gambling with the Good Life,” a grassroots organization that has worked to keep addictive gambling epicenters like casinos far away from Nebraskans.

Mercer County Commission's Stalemate on CO2 Pipeline Proposals Leaves Residents in  Anticipation

Mercer County Commission's Stalemate on CO2 Pipeline Proposals Leaves Residents in Anticipation

In the most recent episode of "Capturing America: CO2 Pipeline," we delve into the Mercer County Commission's meeting that took place on September 20th, 2023, in Stanton, North Dakota. Mercer County is vital in the proposed CO2 pipeline project by Summit Carbon Solutions, as it stands as one of the critical terminus points for the pipeline, alongside Oliver County.

The Heart of Small Town Parshall is More Than Just "Boom Town" North Dakota

The Heart of Small Town Parshall is More Than Just "Boom Town" North Dakota

Home of the Paul Broste Museum, former NFL Quarterback Randy Hedberg, and the State record for the lowest temperature of record of -60*F, the community of Parshall ND has more to offer than Ag and Oil! Heidi Ripplinger, one of the hosts on BEK’s “Ladies of Another View”, tells us why.

CO2 Pipeline: Reconsiderations and Rejections As The Debate Continues

CO2 Pipeline: Reconsiderations and Rejections As The Debate Continues

In this gripping episode, viewers are transported to a tense work session held by the North Dakota Public Service Commission on September 8th. Summit Carbon Solutions, a significant player in the CO2 pipeline drama, has submitted a Request for Reconsideration, urging the commission to reconsider previous decisions.

MLGC Joins Forces to Ensure High-Speed Fiber Broadband to Underserved Areas of North Dakota

MLGC Joins Forces to Ensure High-Speed Fiber Broadband to Underserved Areas of North Dakota

Tyler Kilde is the President and CEO of Moore & Liberty Griggs County, or MLGC, a fourth-generation family-owned rural local exchange carrier that delivers ultra high speed broadband services to areas in Barnes, Cass, Griggs, Ransom, Richland and Steele counties in Eastern North Dakota. He discusses the company joining forces with other providers to ensure all homes in underserved areas of the state are connected with high-speed fiber broadband.

Oliver County Board Recommends Denial of CO2 Storage Wells Amid Safety and Information Concerns

Oliver County Board Recommends Denial of CO2 Storage Wells Amid Safety and Information Concerns

The Oliver County Planning and Zoning Board held a nearly two-hour meeting, chaired by Corey Hintz, to discuss a permit application from Summit Carbon Solutions of Ames, Iowa. The company proposed drilling two Class 6 carbon dioxide storage wells as part of their Midwest Express CO2 pipeline project, which spans over 2,100 miles across five states. These two wells would be among six planned endpoints for the pipeline.

Halstad Telephone Company CEO Discusses Company's Vision for the State's Digital Future

Halstad Telephone Company CEO Discusses Company's Vision for the State's Digital Future

The Ladies of Another View welcomed Mark Forseth, CEO of the long-standing Halstad Telephone Company, headquartered in Halstad, Minnesota. Delving deep into the intricate world of telecommunications, he brings to light the remarkable evolution and expansion of Halstad since its inception in 1904. Emphasizing the revolutionary impact of fiber optic cable, he narrates the company's journey in serving communities across Eastern North Dakota and Western Minnesota.

Depopulation Part 3: Secret City Under Denver International Airport and Protection Against HAARP

Depopulation Part 3: Secret City Under Denver International Airport and Protection Against HAARP

The Denver International Airport has been the subject of theories and speculation for years, with many alleging that it is a hub of sex trafficking, which is just the beginning. Researcher and author Terral Croft returns for this final third installment to discuss the secrets of the airport and what he believes goes on underground.

Depopulation Part 2 - Criminals Behind HAARP "Kill Switch" and Its Connection With Covid Vaccine

Depopulation Part 2 - Criminals Behind HAARP "Kill Switch" and Its Connection With Covid Vaccine

Terral Croft returns for a second installment to discuss the multiple components of the elites’ plan to depopulate and control the world via multiple tributaries of biological and technological weaponry.

Depopulation Part 1 - Chemtrails, AI, and Nanotechnology Connection Leads to Population Control

Depopulation Part 1 - Chemtrails, AI, and Nanotechnology Connection Leads to Population Control

Terral Croft, a chief researcher and contingency planning analyst, claims that the white trails seen in the sky, known as chemtrails, release hazardous poison and nanotechnology into our environment as part of a sinister agenda. Find out what Croft links chemtrails to and how they lead to a control in population.

Roots of Community: Celebrating Barnesville, MN Agriculture, History, and Local Spirit

Roots of Community: Celebrating Barnesville, MN Agriculture, History, and Local Spirit

In another episode of the "My Hometown" series, we travel to Barnesville, MN to explore the history and culture of this small town. Delve into the town's main industry, agriculture, and highlight the annual Potato Days festival, which celebrates the town's agricultural roots. The episode also showcases the strong sense of community in Barnesville, emphasizing the local initiatives and events that bring residents together and foster a sense of belonging.

North Dakota's Broadband Revolution–Nearly $120 Million Investment for Eastern North Dakota

North Dakota's Broadband Revolution–Nearly $120 Million Investment for Eastern North Dakota

On this episode of Ladies of Another View, Carissa Swenson, Executive Director of the Broadband Association of North Dakota (BAND), outlines North Dakota's unique broadband journey. Driven by community-focused, independent providers and cooperatives, the state has prioritized fiber optic expansion in small towns and rural areas. Recent grant approvals for a nearly $120 million project aim to further bridge the connectivity gap.

Tom Steinolfson on Bridging the Digital Divide: A Leap Forward for Rural North Dakota

Tom Steinolfson on Bridging the Digital Divide: A Leap Forward for Rural North Dakota

In the picturesque landscapes of the Red River Valley in Eastern North Dakota, a digital revolution is underway. The region, known for its serene beauty, has long been plagued by a challenge many urban areas take for granted: reliable internet connectivity. Tom Steinolfson, General Manager and CEO of Red River Communications, joins the Ladies to talk about how all of that is about to change.

Crosby Chronicles: The Heart and History of a North Dakota Gem

Crosby Chronicles: The Heart and History of a North Dakota Gem

In the latest episode of "My Hometown" on "Ladies of Another View," we journeyed to the charming town of Crosby, North Dakota, just a stone's throw away from Canada. Established in the early 20th century, Crosby's roots trace back to the homesteaders of 1902. Within just two years, by 1904, the town was firmly established, seeing an impressive population surge in its inaugural decade.

Crookston, Minnesota: Hometown Treasures

Crookston, Minnesota: Hometown Treasures

Discover Crookston, MN: History, innovation, and community pride

Pipeline Politics: The Midwest Carbon Express CO2 Controversy

Pipeline Politics: The Midwest Carbon Express CO2 Controversy

The latest episode of "Capturing America's Heartland: CO2 Pipeline" focused on the growing concerns and public sentiment in North Dakota and South Dakota regarding the Midwest Carbon Express CO2 pipeline. While North Dakota is concerned with safety information, South Dakota citizens are increasingly vocal about state sovereignty and land rights, sparked by the pipeline's 'common carrier' designation allowing potential use of eminent domain. Despite the public opposition highlighted by a significant rally and petition, the project has made considerable progress, securing seventy percent of required easements in South Dakota. The regulatory outcome in North Dakota remains undecided.

Proposed CO2 Pipeline Builder Accused of Lacking Transparency Regarding Public Safety

Proposed CO2 Pipeline Builder Accused of Lacking Transparency Regarding Public Safety

The safety of the proposed Summit Carbon Solutions CO2 pipeline is a matter of public concern, with critics accusing the company of withholding vital safety data and impact projections. Summit Carbon Solutions defends their decision to withhold certain information, arguing that exposing this data might present safety risks if misused by malicious parties. However, intervening attorneys argue that while some details can be kept confidential, not all should be. The North Dakota Public Service Commission did not reach a decision during the public meeting and plans to issue a ruling at a future date, indicating that the issue is far from resolved.

My Hometown Travels to Pembina, ND

My Hometown Travels to Pembina, ND

This "My Hometown" episode on Ladies of Another View takes an enriching journey through the history and present-day activities of Pembina, North Dakota. From its founding roots to modern times, Pembina is portrayed as a town with a rich heritage and dynamic evolution.

My Hometown Features Mohall, ND

My Hometown Features Mohall, ND

The upcoming episode of "Ladies of Another View" production, "My Hometown", will spotlight the city of Mohall, ND. Host Heidi Ripplinger will delve into various aspects of Mohall, including its history, namesake, the Community and Aquatic Centers, Mohall Country Club, Municipal Airport, local events, and distinctive restaurants and businesses.


Part 3: Comprehensive Steps Toward Eliminating Predatory Gambling in America

Part 3: Comprehensive Steps Toward Eliminating Predatory Gambling in America

Join in while the predatory nature of the gambling industry is exposed, detailing how it exploits vulnerable communities and is facilitated by insufficient regulatory oversight. Les Bernal serves as a key voice in the piece, highlighting the organization's efforts to combat this damaging epidemic through advocacy, education, and pushing for legislative change.

An 80-Year-Old Innkeeper Faces Foreclosure and Dash Hopes for Daughter's Future

An 80-Year-Old Innkeeper Faces Foreclosure and Dash Hopes for Daughter's Future

At age 80, Francis Tibor of Hebron, ND, owner of a quaint seven-room motel, faces the grim reality of losing his establishment, aimed to financially secure his medically-challenged daughter's future.

Part 2: How Government and Big Tech Push Gambling That Targets and Addicts Kids

Part 2: How Government and Big Tech Push Gambling That Targets and Addicts Kids

Gambling has become a massive problem in America today, and unfortunately, this highly addictive industry is targeting a new demographic: children. John Kindt is an authority on the subject of gambling as a professor of business and legal policy at the University of Illinois. He discusses how the US government and Big Tech colluded to make sure that a previous Senate bill that would have protected kids from online gambling - didn’t pass.

Heartland Crossroads: The Battle Over the CO2 Pipeline

Heartland Crossroads: The Battle Over the CO2 Pipeline

In this episode, we delve deep into the Summit CO2 pipeline project, a controversial endeavor that proposes to span multiple states, including North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Iowa, with an astonishing total length of over 2,119 miles. The pipeline's primary function is to serve as a transportation system for captured CO2, aligning with the national vision for decarbonization.

Berthold Unveiled: Tales from the Heart of North Dakota

Berthold Unveiled: Tales from the Heart of North Dakota

In this enlightening episode of "Ladies of Another View", we journey to the town of Berthold, North Dakota to uncover its rich history and local tales that weave the fabric of this close-knit community.

My Hometown Travels to Alexander, ND: A Tapestry of History, Community, and Education

My Hometown Travels to Alexander, ND: A Tapestry of History, Community, and Education

In the My Hometown episode on "Ladies of Another View", Karmen Siirtola takes us to Alexander, ND! Karmen introduces viewers to the town's rich history, through local historian Jim Jacobson. Explore the Lewis and Clark Trail Museum, housed in the original school, featuring more than 100 shadow boxes from local families. The episode also touches on the community-binding Old Settlers Day, the transformative effects of the Bakken oil formation, and the significance of robotics education in enhancing the town's educational initiatives.

ND Attorney General Replies on Request to Investigate Pipeline Company

ND Attorney General Replies on Request to Investigate Pipeline Company

During a press conference at the North Dakota state capitol, Senator Jeff Magrum announced he and 31 colleagues from the House and Senate had signed a letter to Attorney General Drew Wrigley asking to look into ownership of Summit Carbon Solutions, the company wanting to build a CO2 pipeline through residential North Dakota, and the same company that has entered onto private residential property unlawfully. Wrigley says in a letter that his office has nor received such a request.

 Arikara and Hidatsa Nations' Historic Purchase of Enbridge Oil Pipeline in North Dakota

Arikara and Hidatsa Nations' Historic Purchase of Enbridge Oil Pipeline in North Dakota

6/11/2023 Special Reports

The significant acquisition of the Enbridge oil pipeline by the Arikara and Hidatsa Nations in North Dakota signifies a monumental step towards tribal sovereignty and economic progress. By taking ownership of the pipeline, the tribes gain control over their lands and resources, asserting their rights as sovereign nations. This move holds implications not only for the tribes but also for the citizens of North Dakota, as it paves the way for increased self-reliance, economic prosperity, and environmental stewardship. Why You Should Care: This article is relevant to readers who are interested in indigenous rights, tribal self-determination, and economic development. The Arikara and Hidatsa Nations' acquisition of the Enbridge oil pipeline showcases the empowerment of indigenous communities and their ability to shape their own energy future. The article emphasizes the potential benefits for the citizens of North Dakota, including increased revenue, job creation, economic diversification, and a commitment to environmental responsibility. The story serves as an inspiring example of how indigenous ownership and control of critical infrastructure can lead to positive outcomes for both tribal communities and the broader region.

CO2 Pipeline North Dakota

CO2 Pipeline North Dakota

In the first installment of BEK's Special Reports, Host Lori Hinz interviews David Glatt, Director of the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality (NDDEQ). Glatt provides an overview of the department's involvement with CO2 pipelines, including safety concerns, a brief history of various projects, their general oversight duties, and how they are carried out.