Minot Sports Director and Announcer Scott Kittell To Be Inducted Into Minot Baseball Hall Of Fame
The Minot Baseball Hall Of Fame announced the induction of long time Minot Sports Broadcaster Scott Kittell to the Minot Baseball Hall Of Fame. The announcement was made February 27th 2019. See the pictures in our Photo Gallery!
NDBA Counsel receives Liberty Bell Honor from State Bar Association
Congratulations NDBA Counsel and Lobbyist Jack McDonald on being awarded the Liberty Bell Honor last Thursday, June 13th at the Awards Ceremony at the State Bar Association Annual Meeting at the Delta Hotel in Fargo.
Jack was joined by his six children and wife Connie as well as NDBA Representatives Bill Marcil, Forum Communications, Jack Marcil Forum Communications, Nancy Odney, Radio FM Media and Beth Helfrich.
The Liberty Bell Award is presented to an individual who strengthens the effectiveness of the American system of freedom under law through his community service or education efforts. In particular, it is given to an individual whose actions promote an understanding of our form of government, encourage a greater respect for the law and the courts, and stimulate a deeper sense of responsibility on the part of citizens regarding their duties and their right.
Jack you are most deserving of this prestigious honor in every way! ND Broadcasters thank you for your tireless hours and outstanding efforts in fighting for their issues at the State Capitol during the session and daily proceedings. View more in our gallery!
Leighton Broadcasting Receives NDBA Bridge Builder Award
Leighton Broadcasting GM, Michael Brooks and GSM Misty Paul celebrate their PEP Campaign on all their Radio stations with the NDBA Bridge Builder Award. View more in our gallery!
ND Legislature Wrap 2019
While North Dakota’s 66th Legislative Assembly adjourned Sine Die (without setting a day for reconvening) April 26, 2019 – its 76th Legislative Day - about a month ago, work is already starting to get ready for the 67th Legislative Assembly, which will convene at noon on Tuesday, January 5, 2021. Mark your calendars. That’s just 491 days from now.
The Legislature has 80 legislative days to complete its work, so it managed to keep four legislative days in the bank that it can use at any time during the 2019-2021 interim to call itself back into session. READ MORE