Hi. I'm Jen Jacobs and first off, let me just tell you how thrilled I am to be doing the afternoons here on 98 Country. One of the "tour stops" of my radio career had me working in Hutchinson, about an hour south of St. Cloud and I used to listen to 98 all the time. Now I work here. It's surreal.
Your Low Stress Holiday Game Plan
One of the most stressful times of the year is coming up. Here are a few pointers for a low stress holiday season.
How to Help Victims of Typhoon Haiyan
When disaster strikes, the United States is the first to respond with aid, troops and whatever else anyone needs. Now, our friends in the Philippines need us, so here's what we can do.
How to Look for Work While You’re Still Employed
Looking for a job? Here’s how to do it while you’re still employed.
Homeless Veteran Timelapse Transformation [VIDEO]
This video is a time lapse transformation of Army Veteran Jim Wolf.
How to Help Veterans
Today is Veterans Day. Here are a few ways you can help out.
How to Get Rid of Leftover Candy
This year, like years past, kids probably got a lot more candy than they can eat before next Halloween, so here are a few things that you can do with the candy your little ghosts and goblins can’t eat.
What Not to Buy on Black Friday
As shoppers make a mad grab for stuff, shoving anything and everything into their carts and figuring out whom to give it to later, there are some things shoppers should stay away from.
Candy Eating Tips From The Dentist
Most will tell you not to even put it in your mouth, but these cool dentists are here to tell you what to eat because it's the day after Halloween and they know you're going to do it anyway.
Where Are Some of the Most Haunted Places in the U.S.
It’s Halloween time and that means we dig up the scariest stories we can think of. Chad and Jim went to the Palmer House Hotel, one of the most haunted places in the state, but there are some other haunted houses and haunted spaces around the country for the ghost hunter in you.
Foods We Eat That Are Banned in Other Countries
The United States has protection measures in place for our food supply with the Food and Drug Administration and the United States Department of Agriculture, but did you know that there are things in our food that are perfectly legal and allowed to be there, but are banned in other countries?