KNDS News Updates Get the latest news from the KNDS news department http://kndsradio.com NDSU BIG Event a BIG Success Photo Courtesy of NDSUNews



NDSU held its annual BIG event on Thursday, April 24. More than 700 NDSU students volunteered for the BIG event. They worked a total of 1,402 hours at 38 nonprofits, three churches and 40 private homes. 


The national day of service was originally started by Texas A&M in the 1980s and has grown ever since.


This is NDSU's 6th year participating, with their first coming in 2009. 

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=486 Sun, 27 Apr 2014 20:02:43 -0700
Walseth Named Women's Basketball Coach

Photo Courtesy: Josh Francis | The Spectrum

NDSU held a press conference to officially announce Maren Walseth as the new head women’s basketball coach Thursday.

The initial announcement came on Monday, one day before Carolyn DeHoff’s resignation became official. Walseth will be the 10th women’s basketball coach in NDSU history.

Director of women’s athletics Lynn Dorn said Walseth was an option from the beginning, but the biggest challenge was getting access to her to have the conversation.

“It was never because we didn’t know who we wanted, it was because of the success and the continuation of her program (in the postseason),” Dorn said.

President Dean Bresciani also spoke to the media [...]

For the full story CLICK HERE or visit www.ndsuspectrum.com 

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=485 Thu, 17 Apr 2014 16:07:35 -0700
KNDS Announces Partnership with NDSU All-Access

 

KNDS Sports will not only be broadcast on 96.3 FM and kndsradio.com this spring. As of Monday, all spring baseball and softball games will be broadcast by KNDS and the feed will be used by the university on their streaming system through NDSU All-Access. 

 

KNDS sports and news director Jonathan Lee says that this partnership will allow more people to hear the good things that are happening inside of the KNDS Sports team. 

 

"We have a lot of young guys that are eager to get on the air and learn from experience. This is a great way for them to get their voices heard by more people through NDSU All-Access," he said. 

 

The majority of the spring broadcasts will be in one of two locations. Most of the spring double-headers will be broadcast on the new KNDS Sports Stream as an online only option for listeners.

 

Single games and crucial league games will be broadcast on the 96.3 FM signal over the air, as well as being available through the KNDS Sports stream, and on the kndsradio.com "Listen Live" link.

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=484 Mon, 07 Apr 2014 07:59:37 -0700
President and Vice President Candidates visit KNDS Student Government Campaign

The candidates for Student Body President and Vice President positions in Student Government visited the Bison Morning Show on Thursday. The candidates each talked about themselves, their platforms, their goals, and their experiences at NDSU. The candidates visited with Jon and Lisa from the Bison Morning Show about various things regarding their candidacy. 

 

The candidates will hold a debate Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in Thundar's Den in the basement of the Memorial Union. Students are encouraged to attend.

 

Voting for Student Government will take place April 9-10. Students are encouraged to vote and the voting will take place online.

 

More information and the platforms can be found on the cadidates at the following links:

 

Billy and Jodi:

Facebook: Billy and Jodi

Twitter: @vote_billy_jodi

 

Sarah and Hilary:

Facebook: Sarah & Hilary

Website: www.sarahhilary2014.com

Twitter: @sarahhilary2014

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=483 Thu, 03 Apr 2014 09:23:20 -0700
Jim "Fang" Maroney Found Dead in Wreckage The Fargo AirSho has never been held without having Jim Maroney flying in it. Maroney was found dead in plane wreckage in the Cherokee National Forest according to WATE-TV in Knoxville, Tenn. Maroney was flying his De Havilland DHC-1 "Super Chipmunk" from Indiana to Georgia. He has flown in many air shows in the Fargo-Moorhead area. He flew F-16s  for the North Dakota Air National Guard Happy Hooligans. He reitred from the military in 2002, and was a chief pilot for Delta Airlines flying 757s and 747s.

Source: WDAY-TV 

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=482 Tue, 25 Mar 2014 08:51:30 -0700
NDSU Basketball Playing with House Money Jonathan Lee

Sports Director


The NDSU Men's basketball team will meet the No. 11 ranked and No. 4-seeded San Diego State University Aztecs at 5:10 p.m. CT on Saturday, March 22 in Spokane Wash. Coming off their first ever win in the Division 1 NCAAA Tournament over Oklahoma, 80-75 (OT), the Bison are just along for the ride. 

 

"I don't know how this all worked out, but it's awfully fun." head coach Saul Phillips said in the press conference addressing the media on Friday. 

 

The Bison men have made a name for themselves as America's team in this year's NCAA tournament. The only team to upset the higher seed in the West region of the bracket, heads into a game against a long, athletic and defensive minded Aztec team coached by one Steve Fisher. 

 

"So you're going against a guy that's won a National Championship," Phillips replied when being asked about Fisher. "He recruited the Fab Five, now that's an iconic moment in college baketball history. And now he gets to recruit to San Diego. Okay, beaches, weather, it's just not fair. I mean they should spot us 10 points. We're in Fargo. We have beaches, but the lake is frozen over the whol time so it doesn't make any difference."

 

It won't be easy, but the veteran team and Phillips know that when it comes down to it, it's another basketball game. 40 minutes between the lines in Spokane Arena. Only difference? This time, a bid to the Sweet Sixteen is on the line. 

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=481 Sat, 22 Mar 2014 09:46:22 -0700
Bohl to Wyoming North Dakota State University Head Football Coach Craig Bohl has accepted the Head Coaching Position at the University of Wyoming for the 2014 season. The news first broke last Saturday courtesy of Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com on Twitter. The news was confirmed by Coach Bohl himself on his weekly television show on KVLY at 10:30 am on Sunday. Much speculation has risen since the announcement, but NDSU Athletic Director Gene Taylor announced at his news conference on Sunday that Coach Bohl and his staff will finish the year with the Bison and their focus is on a third consecutive FCS National Championship. NDSU will take on Coastal Carolina on Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome, this Saturday, December 14th, at 11am in the Quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs. Coverage of that game can be found right here on 96.3 KNDS Radio. 

More Information:

http://www.gobison.com/news/2013/12/8/FB_1208133559.aspx 

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=479 Tue, 10 Dec 2013 11:10:00 -0700
Congress comes to an agreement The Federal Government is officially back to operation as of Thursday. Congress came to an agreement to raise the debt ceiling. The decision comes hours before the deadline for the United States had to pay interest on its international loans. The United States has not defaulted on their loans in over 200 years and that will continue to be the case after this decision. President Obama signed the legislation into effect and gave a statement. More information and a video of his statement can be found here:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/10/17/government-shutdown-over

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=478 Tue, 22 Oct 2013 08:56:25 -0700
UPDATE: Government Shutdown Congress is inching ever so close to a resolution on the debt issues that cause the Federal Government to remain shut down, and just in time. The current shutdown has already cost the US Gross Domestic Product more than $20 Billion. The deadline to come up with a solution to the financial problems facing the Federal Government is set for Thursday, October 17th. More information on the Government Shutdown can be found at the following links. 

 

http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/15/politics/shutdown-showdown/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

http://www.nbcnews.com/business/debt-clock-ticking-default-damage-already-unfolding-8C11390916

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=477 Tue, 15 Oct 2013 09:19:59 -0700
Government Shutdown A stalemate has manifested itself in Congress this week and the U.S. government will shut down as of 12:00 pm EST on Tuesday, October 1st. The stalemate comes in large part because of the gap between the Senate and the House to pass fiscal policy with amendments to undermine Obamacare. The Republican controlled House is working toward postponing Obamacare and many of the Republican members would like to see the healthcare plan repealed all-together. The differences between Congress has caused the shutdown. 

"A game of political chicken ended in failure in the first minutes of Tuesday, when neither side blinked, leading to the outcome nobody wanted -- a shutdown that will stop 800,000 Americans from getting paid and could cost the economy about $1 billion a week." (Holly Yan and Tom Cohen, CNN.com)

This is the first time the government has shut down in almost 18 years. That time, the shutdown lasted 21 days during the Clinton administration. 

Tuesday marks the start of the new fiscal year and the sessions leading up to Tuesday resulted in no progress on how to fund the government in the coming year. The Senate has refused the funding plans from the House in large part because of the anti-Obamacare amendments attached to the fiscal policy. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said that such negotiations must be separated from the spending impasse that has shut down the government (CNN.com)

For more information:

Senate for fourth time rejects House anti-Obamacare provisions (CNN)

http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/01/politics/government-shutdown/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

Federal government shuts down after Congress fails to pass funding (NBC News)

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/10/01/20758472-federal-government-shuts-down-after-congress-fails-to-pass-funding?lite

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http://kndsradio.com/updates/news.php?id=476 Tue, 01 Oct 2013 08:45:05 -0700