Alyssa Ebel from Explore Minnesota joined me on WJON Thursday to talk about events happening in Minnesota both this week and next. She talked about Bock Fest & Traditional Fasching Ball and the Eelpout Fest in Walker February 19-22.
I talked with John Inkster, Specialist, Cardiac Rehab & Prevention Services at St. Cloud Hospital. John discussed the importance of exercise, diet and healthy living that decreased your odds of having heart disease.
I talked with Rocky Johnstone from the Granite City Lumberjacks today. He talked about their "Defending the Blue Line" fundraising event scheduled for Saturday at Rhino Deck Arena (Sports Arena East) in Sauk Rapids.
This week on 2-Cent Tuesday we talked about the Sartell Community Center, improvements to Sartell-St. Stephen schools, multiple garbage haulers in Sartell, lowering the drinking age, and Governor Dayton giving Commissioners raises.
This week on Money Mondays with Chris Wayne from Laraway Financial we talked about a tough conversation couples should have about money at or near Valentine's Day. Chris has 4 questions couples should ask each other.
Bob Dane from the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) joined me today to talk about the progress in the Senate in regards to the Republican attempt to stop funding for President Obama's illegal immigration plan.
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