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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). These bi-annual meetings are scheduled in March and September. 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
Ann Arbor Miller, Digital Content Producer/Online Editor: amiller@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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About the Stations

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

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