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Scott Hennen, Fargo, column: Smoking ban snuffs out personal liberty

October 25, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

I don’t smoke. So, as far as I’m concerned, we can either ban cigarettes and other tobacco products or not. But this water torture approach to limiting personal choice borders on harassment. Continue Reading

Conservative talker Scott Hennen makes return to The Flag radio station in Fargo

April 19, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Scott Hennen, the man conservative talk radio listeners in the Red River Valley call “The Chairman,” plans to keep AM1100 The Flag focused on conservative talk. Hennen, the founder of The Flag, made his triumphal comeback as The Flag’s new owner this morning in an hourlong stint on the Chris Berg Show. Continue Reading

Radio host Hennen to buy back The Flag

April 18, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Conservative host previously owned stationScott Hennen, a conservative talk show host and radio station manager, has signed an agreement to buy back 1100 AM The Flag, the Fargo radio station he founded in 2008 before his investors fired him in 2010. Continue Reading

Conservative talk show host Scott Hennen off the air in Grand Forks

March 20, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Scott Hennen’s conservative talk show has been dropped from KNOX Radio in Grand Forks, his “adopted hometown,” as the station moves to more news-oriented afternoon programming, program director Jarrod “J.T.” Thomas said Tuesday. Continue Reading

Clash of the Hennens

November 19, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

They’re loving siblings, but he loves Reagan, she loves Occupy
They share a name, a family, a love for radio and a marked propensity to talk.
But while Scott Hennen has established himself as the conservative radio voice of the Red River Valley, the brash and sometimes bombastic Rush Limbaugh of the Upper Midwest, sister Nancy Hennen marches to a much different drummer: campaigning in 2008 for Barack Obama, championing left-leaning causes through social media and now helping to organize the fledgling Occupy North Dakota movement.
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Odd couple: Political pundits speak in Moorhead

October 31, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

James Carville and Mary Matalin talked politics Monday night at Concordia College.
The couple on opposite sides of the political spectrum Carville is a Democrat and Matalin is a Republican talked to an overflow crowd of at least 1,000 about issues facing the country today. Continue Reading

Tea party organizers ask Grand Forks conservatives to move beyond ‘just holding up signs’

July 7, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

North Dakota Tea Party Caucus held its first of several statewide events Thursday, drawing about 50 local supportersThe tea party movement has made waves across the country and had a growing presence in North Dakota over the past two years, but Perry Schumacher said Thursday that supporters need to move beyond rallies and holding up signs because that’s “not enough” anymore. Continue Reading

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Ed Schultz returns to Fargo radio, replaces slot held by Scott Hennen

May 31, 2011 in INFORUM

FARGO Controversial talk show host Ed Schultz is coming back to Fargo’s radio airwaves.
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KNOX radio: Hennen returns to airwaves in GF

May 25, 2011 in INFORUM

GRAND FORKS – Talk show host Scott Hennen is coming back to Grand Forks, Leighton Broadcasting confirmed today. Continue Reading

KNOX radio: Hennen returns to airwaves in Grand Forks

May 25, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Talk show host Scott Hennen is coming back to Grand Forks, Leighton Broadcasting confirmed today. Continue Reading