Instant Feedback
Listen Here. K-Heart 106.9 FM - Contemporary Christian
Listen Here. KHRT 1320 AM - Southern Gospel
E-Mail Sign Up
The Latest


When Jesus was born, the angels sang. When He died, graves opened. He lived to die. He died so we would live.

- Paul Tripp


Christmas Specials

click here

Verse of the Day

Bible Reading

 KHRT News Sports and Ag


Federal officials have dismissed two complaints against the University of North Dakota over intercollegiate sports programs....

     GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - Federal officials have dismissed two complaints against the University of North Dakota over intercollegiate sports programs. The university said Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights found no evidence of discrimination.
     The complaints were filed last spring after UND announced it was dropping women's hockey and men's and women's swimming. In one complaint, the federal office determined that the university's elimination of its women's hockey program after the 2017 season was due to the state's budget problems and was not discriminatory. The office also dismissed a Title IX complaint, determining that students on the women's hockey team were not treated differently because of gender.
     Athletics director Brian Faison says UND strives "to be as fair and equitable as possible" in its sports programs.


     NEW ROCKFORD, N.D. (AP) - Residents of the New Rockford-Sheyenne school district will vote later this month on a proposed $3.2 million renovation. The project would replace all exterior walls, complete with new electrical wiring, windows and ventilation. The goal is to address rot and mold problems at the 63-year-old school. The Devils Lake Journal reports that the bond issue election is October 17th.


     MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) - The governors of Minnesota and North Dakota are forming a 16-member task force to try to revive a stalled flood control project in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum said Wednesday after meeting behind closed doors in Moorhead that they will each appoint eight members to help resolve differences over construction of the Red River diversion project. A federal judge last month halted the project.

     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - The Minot City Council has taken its first step to ban bow hunting within city limits. The Minot Daily News reports the city approved the first reading of an ordinance Monday after hearing from residents opposed to bow hunting. The ordinance would make hunting with an archery or crossbow in city limits punishable by fine. A second reading will be required to put the ordinance into effect.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Two more suspects have pleaded guilty in a Jamaican lottery scam that authorities say cost dozens of mostly elderly Americans millions of dollars. The pleas by Jason Jahalal and Xanu Morgan in late September came as federal prosecutors in North Dakota continue efforts to reach deals with the 13 suspects who've been arrested. Two more suspects remain fugitives.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Thousands of landowners on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation have been sent purchase offers through a federal program to return land on reservations to tribal control. The buyback program was initiated by the Obama administration and has spent more than $1.2 billion to purchase parcels of land with multiple owners and transfer them to tribal governments. The Interior Department says 5,041 Spirit Lake landowners have been sent offers. They have about two months to consider them.

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Air National Guard has sent about 80 tons of equipment to the U.S. Virgin Islands to support hurricane relief efforts. Twenty members of the 119th Wing loaded temporary emergency shelter equipment onto six C-130s Hercules aircraft this past weekend for transport to the Virgin Islands.


   (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)



© 2012 - 2018 KHRT Radio - All Rights Reserved.