What’s it like to run 200 miles?

Ryan Wagner is an ultramarathoner and now a world record holder as a member of the team that completed the Mount Everest mail run in the fastest recorded time. He’s also from Makoti. Catch up with what it takes to make it in the world of extreme endurance athletes in the #GoodTalk Minot conversation below.

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Who’s helping foster kids?

The number of kids in the state’s foster care program is growing at an alarming rate. Check out this #GoodTalk Minot conversation with Tanya Hennix, an Independent Living Coordinator with PATH ND to learn more about what we’re doing to support kids who’ve inherited a rough first dose of luck.

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On faith and the role of faith communities in the twenty-first century

For our second hour of #GoodTalk Minot last week, we were joined by Minot-native and Minneapolis Pastor Kjell Ferris. Our topics included the cultural challenges that come with fast-paced change and the emerging role and identity of communities of faith in the early going of the twenty-first century. Watch and listen below, join the conversation

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What’s the best way to cook Walleye?

For the first hour of last week’s #GoodTalk Minot we were joined by Kellen Latendresse and Josh Kelly, both are local fishing guides. Out topics: the best way to cook the best-tasting fish and all the things that make the North Dakota outdoors something to be proud of. Watch and listen below.

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#GoodTalking Minot with Realtor and Vlogger Benten Peterson

What’s it take to build a professional brand in the social media age? For one Minot realtor, the answers lies in the embrace of new technology and providing a deeper picture of the person behind the work. Check out last week’s second hour of #GoodTalk Minot where we’re joined by Benten Peterson to talk all

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#GoodTalking Minot Beer & Teaching Science

Last week on the first hour of #GoodTalk Minot we were joined by Dr. Brian Schmidt. Brian’s an Associate Professor at Minot State and the Brewer at Souris River Brewing. What do these careers have in common and what’s the added value in drinking local beer? Find out in the conversation below.

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What could become of our idle and vacant farm yards?

On your drives through the North Dakota countryside, have you noticed the many vacant and idle farmsteads? They are relics of a past age when the prairie was alive with people and activity. But the nature of farming changed, the farms followed suit, and the cascade effect of outward migration and rural decline was on.

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#GoodTalk Minot: a fun conversation about an uncomfortable topic — funerals

Sooner or later, we’re all going to have to deal with it. Or, more typically, those we leave behind are going to have to deal with it. Have you thought about what your funeral would be like or how you’d like it? Funerals are changing. We shouldn’t be surprised; our culture is changing, too. On

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