Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan and I talked today about the Wild win at Edmonton, the Timberwolves game against Cleveland, National Signing Day for college football and the Gophers, the Super Bowl and more.
Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan and I talked today about the Timberwolves overtime win, Gopher Basketball in the NCAA tournament, Adrian Peterson to the Packers?, Justin Morneau back with the Twins? and more.
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Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me today. He talked about the Gopher Basketball loss to Ohio State, the Timberwolves, Vikings off season moves and a potential Kevin Love for Carmelo Anthony swap.
Sartell Mayor Sarah Jane Nicoll joined me on WJON today. We talked about the city's plan to widen and add roundabouts in Pine Cone Road going North to the new High School. She also discussed the progress of the Sartell Community Center.
St. Cloud School Superintendent Willie Jett was my guest on WJON today. He discussed where they are with the plans for a new Tech High School, what may become of the old building, Clark Field, renovations to Apollo and the Early Childhood Building.
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