Last week, the Industrial Commission gave interim Bank of North Dakota President Todd Steinwand the full-time role of president.
Steinwand succeeds Eric Hardmeyer, who retired earlier this month after holding the position for 21 years — the longest tenure for a president in the bank’s 102-year history.
We discussed the impacts of the pandemic and drought on his new position, financial assistance BND can offer to livestock producers and much more.
- KX Conversation: Zach Kellerman with the ND Forest Service discusses helping fire crews out West
- KX Conversation: BBPH Director Renae Moch discusses new CDC mask recommendation
- KX Conversation: Jodi Smith discusses Dept. of Trust Lands helping farmers, ranchers during drought