The Pride of the Dakotas got their 90 seconds in the national spotlight. The South Dakota State University marching band took to the streets of New York Thursday morning in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.Plus, we look at the history of South Dakota's state song “Hail, South Dakota!” It's been a staple of marching bands for nearly 100 years.
Late season whitetail hunting in the midwest often includes hunting with a muzzle loader. Scheels hunting expert Scott Stenstole shares advice on hunting with a muzzle loader and what the differences are in state regulations in the Dakotas and Minnesota.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew, Jay, and Phil keep you abreast of the news and trends from the world of weed, including Maryland and Missouri vote "yes"; Arkansas and the Dakotas vote "no" Is cannabis culture becoming mainstream culture? More weed by the numbers Brittney Griner update Health panel says Japan should allow medical cannabis California cannabis industry association warns of hemp-derived cannabinoid dangers VoteProPot-Cast Facebook LinkedIn Instagram
GPS collars attached to wildlife like deer, bears, moose, elk and pronghorns have opened biologist's eyes to how far these species may move across the landscape as the seasons change. Epic feats of travel have been recorded in Wyoming showing elk swimming streams in spring runoff to reach ideal grazing areas. A mule deer doe has trekked 500 miles each year from the Red Desert of southwestern Wyoming to Grand Teton National Park. Pronghorns, although prairie animals, have been photographed moving through mountainous areas to reach good food. Likewise, in Montana pronghorns have been recorded crossing a frozen Fort Peck Reservoir and running down Highway 2 on the Hi-Line for six hours during a blizzard. Grizzlies have been tracked moving across Interstate 90. Mountain lions have been monitored swimming the Missouri River and traveling as far as the Dakotas from the Missouri Breaks. Brett French, outdoors editor at the Billings Gazette, talks about this accumulation of migration information, as well as to help us understand how this data is being used.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lisa Finelli Fallon is the co-founder of Boston Cannabis Week, New England's first week of events dedicated to the professional cannabis community. Now in its fourth year the BCW continues to focus on education, health and wellness, art, music, networking, sports, fashion and cuisine. The mission of Boston Cannabis Week is to normalize the idea of cannabis in our communities, and their focus is to connect educators, entrepreneurs, industry leaders, community representatives, media, retailers and consumers in a unique, engaging and professional setting. Lisa is using her expertise in creating virtual and in-person experiences celebrating cannabis culture, community, academia and lifestyle in her role at BCW. Joyce and Lisa talk about BCW's origins, the great success it was in September, how to talk with kids about cannabis, and why people living in Massachusetts are called Bay Staters.Joyce gives a shout out to an article from Marijuana Moment arguing that when cannabis is on a ballot it usually wins, which means it brings people out to vote. This November cannabis is on the ballot in Arkansas, Maryland, Missouri and both Dakotas, North and South. And, in Colorado psychedelics are on the ballot. This normalization is happening so let's keep the movement going. To all our sophisticated stoner listeners, please vote.And if you'd like to support our mission of crushing the stigma around cannabis and caregivers please reach out to our team to learn more about TCMS sponsorship opportunities.Topics Discuss(1:15) Josh Lamkin Music(1:51) VOTE!(2:30) Cannabis and Voting Article(3:50) Cannabis Health Equity Movement(4:04) Thailand and Cannabis(4:20) TCMS Sponsorship Deck(4:36) Introduction Lisa Finelli Fallon(5:26) Boston Cannabis Week(6:38) Audiogram(7:20) Hard Rock Café Boston(7:52) Scott Bettano(8:15) Freedom Rally(10:55) Lisa's Canna Story(14:45) BCW Origin Story(16:33) BCW 2022(17:02) Golf Event(18:47) Planning BCW 2022(19:23) Social Consumption Lounges(21:52) Attendees(23:31) Parenting Panels(24:50) Talking with Kids About Cannabis(28:28) Freedom to Choose(30:01) 2023 BCW Third Week In September(30:45) Connect on Linked-In or Website or Facebook(32:00) Connect with Lisa The Canna Mom Show wants to thank:Josh Lamkin and Bella Jaffe for writing and performing TCMS theme music
Today I'm joined by my good buddy Cameron. You all may know him from his handy camera work on The Exodus Outdoor Gear Youtube Channel or his Deer Gear podcast. The past few years Cameron has been on a hot streak especially, early season. In back to back years he's killed two killer bucks in the Dakotas…this year an absolute velvet giant from the ground. - thanks for listening! To listen to the podcast click the purple play button at the top of the page. You can also download the podcast via iTunes, Stitcher Radio and Google Play—don't forget to share with your friends! If you like the podcast, please leave us a 5 star iTunes rating…we'd really appreciate it. Click here to listen/subscribe on iTunes (best for iOS devices) Click here to listen/subscribe on Stitcher (best for Android devices) WHAT TO EXPECT FROM PODCAST 306 Early season success Hunting open country and glassing Holding an Iowa tag Must have gear And much more! SHOW NOTES AND LINKS: —Truth From The Stand Merch —Support our partners: Exodus Outdoor Gear, Spartan Forge & Tethrd — Visit my local archery shop Bob and AJ's Archery World —Waypoint TV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Recap your news day with the Grand Forks Herald Minute Podcast. Join us daily for the latest headlines from news, weather and sports in the northern Red River Valley area. The Grand Forks Herald Minute can be found on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts as well as the Herald website.
Tech News and Commentary Dave and the team discuss the demise of Amazon’s robot delivery program and some Telehealth initiatives, TikTok’s fulfillment centers, SpaceX building the next Starlink network, Apple’s crash detection and roller coasters, naps at work, and more. Karl in the Dakotas used the AskDave button at IntoTomorrow.com and asked: “I have an […]
Light snow showers along with some light rain showers will be possible across northern Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin to finish out this work week. Winds will continue to blow across the Dakotas and western and southwestern Minnesota. Gusts will reach into the 20s and some lower 30s over these area. I'm seeing lighter winds for parts of the Northland Friday. Temperatures will get a small boost Saturday compared to how we finished the work week. We are looking cold to finish this weekend with the chilly temperatures lasting into early next week.
This week, Nate is headed to North and South Dakota so we thought it was a great time to learn about the Dakotas. Nate comes up with a plan to bring more tourism to North Dakota, Aaron rehashes another episode of the West Wing, Dusty questions dinosaur bones discovered in South Dakota, and Breakfast correctly remembers that Bob Barker is still alive. Podcast produced by Nate & Laura Bargatze Recording & Editing by Genovations Media https://www.natebargatze.com https://www.allthingscomedy.com https://www.genovationsmedia.com Email - Nateland@NateBargatze.com
On This Episode:NATURAL DISASTERS RUIN THE GENDER NARRATIVEThe national narrative regarding gender has morphed and then radicalized over the past 50 years. We have folks who seem to embrace a full egalitarian relationship between men and women. During hurricane Ian, though, I noticed women were mostly doing the hard work of caring for the hurting while men were out sandbagging, rescuing in boats, repairing power lines and cleaning sewers.When progressive gender ideology bumped up against reality that God designed, reality won. There are beautiful differences between men and women. We need each other. Let's honor that.LEFTISM WOKE-ISM CONTINUES TO BUILD ITS RELIGIOUS DOCTRINEI've been establishing for years that Leftist Progressivism is a RELIGION – not a political ideology. It has its own origin story, fall story, and plan of salvation/redemption. It has its own symbols and creedal/doctrinal statements.Recently, I noticed that their art has taken on the quality of 90s Christian art. It stopped caring about being good and primarily now cares about just making a point in favor of the religion.I noticed ANOTHER way progressive Leftism is forming its theology. I'll tell you about it.ABORTION AND TWO SENATE RACESThe Republican running for governor in Arizona, I think, is sort of kook, but she gave a MODEL answer recently about abortion from which pro-life people can learn a lot. I'll play the audio. Additionally, the Republican candidate for Senate in Georgia is being accused of paying for an abortion in the past. I'll walk through the scant details and ethics surrounding his support.COLD CIVIL WAR IS GETTING HOTTERI've been saying for almost 7 years that the US is in a “Cold Civil War.” We hate each other – but we're not hurting each other. Recently, though, an 84-year-old woman canvassing for a pro-life cause was shot in Michigan. Cayler Ellingson was killed in the Dakotas, and his killer said Cayler was a “Republican extremist.” I desperately want to find a way to cool down the country's temper and tenor.RELIGIOUS FREEDOM UPDATESThe Supreme Court will hear a case where a Christian web designer wants to be free not to take on business for gay weddings. Her argument is iron clad, and I expect her to win – a GIGANTIC victory for religious liberty over the regime of sexual identity being the chief purpose of humanity. Additionally, CVS recently fired a Catholic woman for wanting an accommodation in not fulfilling prescription for abortion bills. The odd part is that they GRANTED the accommodation for four years. What changed?
According to the National Sunflower Association, nearby prices at the crush plants were unchanged to up $1.00 per cwt. last week. Sunflower harvest has started in the Dakotas and Minnesota. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We start off this Sue's News with stories from Fred on the auction he went to yesterday, then Sue brings you a story on REM and the Random Fact of the Day on the Dakotas. © 2022 KFTK (Audacy). All rights reserved. | (Photo Courtesy of Fred Bodimer)
On This Episode: NATURAL DISASTERS RUIN THE GENDER NARRATIVE The national narrative regarding gender has morphed and then radicalized over the past 50 years. We have folks who seem to embrace a full egalitarian relationship between men and women. During hurricane Ian, though, I noticed women were mostly doing the hard work of caring for the hurting while men were out sandbagging, rescuing in boats, repairing power lines and cleaning sewers. When progressive gender ideology bumped up against reality that God designed, reality won. There are beautiful differences between men and women. We need each other. Let's honor that. LEFTISM WOKE-ISM CONTINUES TO BUILD ITS RELIGIOUS DOCTRINE I've been establishing for years that Leftist Progressivism is a RELIGION – not a political ideology. It has its own origin story, fall story, and plan of salvation/redemption. It has its own symbols and creedal/doctrinal statements. Recently, I noticed that their art has taken on the quality of 90s Christian art. It stopped caring about being good and primarily now cares about just making a point in favor of the religion. I noticed ANOTHER way progressive Leftism is forming its theology. I'll tell you about it. ABORTION AND TWO SENATE RACES The Republican running for governor in Arizona, I think, is sort of kook, but she gave a MODEL answer recently about abortion from which pro-life people can learn a lot. I'll play the audio. Additionally, the Republican candidate for Senate in Georgia is being accused of paying for an abortion in the past. I'll walk through the scant details and ethics surrounding his support. COLD CIVIL WAR IS GETTING HOTTER I've been saying for almost 7 years that the US is in a “Cold Civil War.” We hate each other – but we're not hurting each other. Recently, though, an 84-year-old woman canvassing for a pro-life cause was shot in Michigan. Cayler Ellingson was killed in the Dakotas, and his killer said Cayler was a “Republican extremist.” I desperately want to find a way to cool down the country's temper and tenor. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM UPDATES The Supreme Court will hear a case where a Christian web designer wants to be free not to take on business for gay weddings. Her argument is iron clad, and I expect her to win – a GIGANTIC victory for religious liberty over the regime of sexual identity being the chief purpose of humanity. Additionally, CVS recently fired a Catholic woman for wanting an accommodation in not fulfilling prescription for abortion bills. The odd part is that they GRANTED the accommodation for four years. What changed? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/corytruax/support
This week on Movie Time Machine, James talks Cobra Kai, Jamie is into Severance and Swim Lessons, Casey Loves The Great British Baking Show, and Chad adores Andor to no ones surprise. We also discuss the most important topics of the day like..... Jobs, Mr. Umliiiiiimited, we ask "Who is Playboy Cardi?" and the answer isn't Cardi B, Kid Rock & Brandi Carlile Concerts, The Dakotas. Leave us your Questions, Comments, and Feedback to the link below. https://anchor.fm/movie-time-machine-a-retro-movie-review-podcast/message Music: Cliff Side by Silent Partner Space Navigator by Sarah the Instrumentalist
Showers move into the western Dakotas keeping temperatures much cooler there compared to the rest of the region. Temperatures could even reach into the 80s for parts of southern and southeastern South Dakota. I'm seeing a fairly pleasant day for Minnesota and Wisconsin. A few showers may sneak into the Red River Valley throughout the day. Most of us will have a dry Sunday, but there will be a few lingering showers or sprinkles for parts of North Dakota. You can download the StormTRACKER app for free to keep an eye on the radar this weekend and check hour by hour temperatures and winds for all your outdoor activities.
Showers will move across eastern parts of the Dakotas and into Minnesota on Friday. While precipitation doesn't appear to stay heavy or even moderate, I'm still seeing periods of showers to last throughout the day. I'm seeing a chance of showers mainly across northern and north-central Minnesota and into Wisconsin. The Dakotas look dry Saturday with a little wind picking up out of the northwest. High pressure will build back into the Northern Plains on Sunday.
Rising rates. Inflation. Recession fears. Returning stagflation? And these are all reasons why you MIGHT still want to refinance??If you are tired of “Traditional Banks” like I am, you will want to listen in. Timothy Hero, who last was on for Episode 017 returns to share what has happened since in the mortgage industry and how many of his lenders may be BETTER for you! For instance, some of his lenders take the HIGHEST credit score between Equifax, Transunion and Experian for qualification versus the MIDDLE or even LOWEST score that other traditional banks do. Tim can do lending in 45 states but NOT in Utah, Nevada, the Dakotas or Alaska. Want to support the show?
After watching Blazing with My Dude and Andrea Busby win Cheyenne Frontier Days this year - it got us thinking about the story of "Titos" dam Dasher Dude who won over $600,000 in her career with her owner Britany Diaz. Britany and "Rootie", as she is known, were a force to be reckoned with in the Dakotas and when they set their sights on the NFR they accomplished their goals to the tune of 2 trips to Vegas, 9 circuit final qualifications, and many records along the way. From getting Rootie as a weanling through raising her foals now, we got to visit with Britany as she told the whole story - and we loved it. Hope you enjoy !
On today's Locked on Ole Miss podcast we talk about the things we need to accomplish in the Central Arkansas game and use it as a spring board to the rest of the season. We talk about separating the QB competition from the other issues on the team and how the offense needs to look. It is a hard job Lane Kiffin and Charlie Weis Jr has with the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets waiting on deck. Joe Deleone from Bleav in FCS Football stops by to give a preview of the Central Arkansas Bears. We look at what you should expect on the field and the amount of resistance you can anticipate them putting up. We also look at football in the Dakotas and whether Jackson State will get their FCS Playoff run that they need. Finally, we talk to Tom Vanderford and discuss what he wants to see Saturday in the game. He talks about what he wants to see from Luke Altmyer and the offense in general. He talks about Chris Partridge and the defense as welll. WANT MORE OLE MISS SPORTS CONTENT? Follow and Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms:
Clay Jenkinson speaks with David Swenson about the ethnomusicologist Frances Densmore and her work with the Lakota in the Dakotas beginning in 1911. David has spent the last year working on The Densmore Repatriation Project, recataloging and restoring her wax cylinder recordings. Subscribe to The Densmore Repatriation Project on YouTube to hear the songs and interviews. At Standing Rock in 1911, Frances Densmore met with dozens of tribal elders and recorded traditional songs on wax cylinder. Densmore documented this work in her book Teton Sioux Music which became a touchstone for learning about Lakota/Dakota culture. The Densmore Repatriation Project reintroduces the songs with new recordings made by contemporary Native singers. Clay will be performing as Theodore Roosevelt in Downers Grove, IL on October 22nd. Subscribe to the Thomas Jefferson Hour on YouTube. Support the show by joining the 1776 Club or by donating to the Thomas Jefferson Hour, Inc. You can learn more about Clay's cultural tours and retreats at jeffersonhour.com/tours. Check out our merch. You can find Clay's books on our website, along with a list of his favorite books on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and other topics. Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.
On This Weekly Wildfire Update: Full Operational Update. A slight lull in US wildfire activity. Drying trend returning. Europe has a very busy week. Nasa Funds a New Drone for Resource Tracking on Wildfires. They want to integrate an Interactive Chat and Video platform that can also predict column movement. Problems With Coal Seam Fires. Whether it's the Dakotas, Montana, or Russia coal seam fires can be problematic or benign. New mapping systems are being requested. A tragedy in Oregon. There was a fatality on the Big Swamp Fire. News that no one wants to get. Plus more. THE HOTSHOT WAKE UP - Thank you to all of our paid subscribers. It allows us to generously donate to firefighter charities and supports all the content we provide. https://thehotshotwakeup.substack.com/
Happy Friday, everyone! On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we begin with the BREAKING NEWS that Daniel Kaluuya's former [alleged] spiritual advisor slash manager, Heir Holiness, has stripped all mentions of Kaluuya from her professional bios. Did someone say "NOPE" to her, perhaps? Moving on, we discuss Nick Cannon's latest [soon-to-be] bundle of joy, Kyle Chandler's daughter's latest [alleged] relationship, Julia Garner's latest [potential] role, Aaron Rodgers's latest [presumed] clay-loving lady, and the many, many famous Dakotas. Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices