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  • 2021 Spring & Summer Weather Outlook Special

    This is your North Dakota outlook on this upcoming spring/summer/ and fall weather conditions in our area. Will it be a dry spring/summer? Will it be a hot one? Watch now! 

    Guests Include:
    Dean Wysocki, Chief Meteorologist for The Flag & WDAY Radio
    Gary Lezak, President of Weather 2020
    Daryl Ritchison, Director of the ND Agricultural Weather Network at NDSU

  • The Three Degree Guarantee

    Click here for Meteorologist Dean Wysocki's Three Degree Guarantee!

  • New Segment Alert! - Better Business Roundtable

    The Better Business Roundtable is a monthly live segment with business experts in our community, who bring a different perspective or varying expertise on what a company should be concerned about, cautious about, or plan for.


    During this round table discussion, we'll include different topics in the news or important aspects that affect businesses and business owners on a regular basis. the panelists will talk about things businesses need to think about, plan for, or protect against such as:

    • Employee benefits hiring & retaining the right personnel new business growth
    • Starting a new company
    • New division expansion challenges owning your own building or renting
    • Improving or changing the culture in your organization
    • How to be a good community partner
    • And much more! 

    Tune in on the 3rd Tuesday of each month on AM 1100 The Flag during the What’s On Your Mind Program 9-11 a.m.

    Participating sponsors: 

    High Point Networks

    Starion Bank

    Eide Bailly

    Ohnstad Twichell

  • Power Up Your People with The Patrick Metzger Podcast!

    Strengthen your team. Boost performance. Grow and scale. 

    The Patrick Metzger show is AVAILABLE NOW with special guests including: Damon West, Socrates Rosenfeld, Tigirlily and many more! 

    CLICK HERE to listen.

  • Online Bill Pay Services Available for North Dakota Residents

    North Dakota provides many services to state residents who wish to conduct their business online instead of in person.

    We suggest residents utilize these services whenever possible in support of the state of emergency caused by the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

    Here is a list of state agencies that provide online services to the public.

  • Coronavirus: What's Happening in Our Area?

    CLICK HERE for the latest news, audio and video on the coronavirus.