If you missed the first hour of "2-Cent Tuesday" today you missed our conversation which included listeners calling and talking about the controversy involving the Granite City Days medallion which was hidden at Munsinger Gardens,
St. Cloud State Economics Professor King Banaian was my guest on WJON today. He talked about the local, state and national economy. Banaian says gas prices too seem to bother us as long as the gas mileage isn't too bad.
If you missed the first half of Stump the Panel on WJON today and want to listen to it, you are in luck. Find out what Prince song was #1 30 years ago today and what person or musical group had 6 number #2 hits but no number 1 hits in their career.
Sartell Author Dennis Herschbach talked with me on WJON about his book "A River Runs Through Two Harbors". The book is a fiction book that discusses the trade of young native American girls taken and forced into prostitution.
James Schmitz from Laraway Financial was my guest on Money Mondays today. The topic of conversation was Long Term Care. He talked about the ways to pay for long term care and how early you should prepare and why you should prepare.
The Top 5 at 7:45 is looking at the most important aspects of a town. The WJON News team is doing a feature called "Your Town Tuesday" focusing on a specific town each week. The Top 5 at 7:45 airs weekday mornings with me on WJON.
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