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Regional Development Advisory Council

The public is invited to meetings about MPR stations KCCM and KCCD (Fargo-Moorhead); KQMN and KNTN (Thief River Falls, East Grand Forks, and Grand Forks); KRXW (Warroad, Roseau) and KCMF and KNWF (Fergus Falls). The next bi-annual meeting is scheduled for noon, Wednesday, March 25, 2015. This meeting begins at noon and held at Grizzly's Restaurant and Bar, 3333 Highway 10 East, Moorhead, MN 56560. For further information call 218-751-8864.

Regional Development Advisory Council members

  • Mark Helland, Chair
  • Carol Zielinski, Vice Chair
  • Andrea Baumgardner, Secretary
  • Tracey Moorhead, Ex-Officio (Concordia College Educational
    Sponsor Representative)
  • Sam Wai, Ex-Officio (MPR Board of Trustees)
  • Nate Bailly
  • Karen Branden
  • Betsy Boyle
  • Jean Hannig
  • Tom Jorgens
  • Bill Law
  • Jenni Monson
  • Marti Vanderpan
  • Sara Watson Curry

See the Events Calendar for all Minnesota Public Radio events and activities.

Contact Us

Minnesota Public Radio
Concordia College
901 South Eighth Street
Moorhead, MN 56562
218-287-0666 tel
218-287-5664 fax

Kristi Booth, Regional Network Director: kbooth@mpr.org
Connie Peterson, Account Executive/Site Coordinator: cdpeterson@mpr.org
Dan Gunderson, News Bureau Chief/Reporter: dgunderson@mpr.org

If you have information or suggestions for news stories, contact Dan Gunderson at 218-287-0666 ext. 13 or dgunderson@mpr.org.

For information on how to get your business message on-air or on the MPR Web site, contact Connie Peterson at 218-287-0666 ext. 11 or cdpeterson@mpr.org.

For all other inquiries, contact Kristi Booth at 218-751-8864 ext. 11 or kbooth@mpr.org.

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Established: Jun 1992
Station power: 100,000 watts
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Established: Sep 1971
Station power: 67,000 watts
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Concordia College

Concordia College provides financial and resource commitments to help bring MPR programming to the region.