Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me on WJON again today. Jim talked about the Wild season opening loss, the Dodgers win over the Nationals, the WNBA Finals, and Gopher Football and Basketball.
Today on WJON was the 2nd of our 2 St. Cloud School Board Candidate forums. The four candidates that joined me on WJON today were incumbent Al Dahlgren, Jeff Pollreis, Shannon Haws, and Scott Andreasen.
Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan today on WJON talked about the Baseball playoffs, the Vikings newly signed left tackle, Zach LaVine of the Timberwolves, the WNBA Finals and the Minnesota Wild.
Gail Cruikshank, the Talent Director for the Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation was my guest on WJON. She talked about how to do a job interview. It is important when looking for a job to be prepared and Gail gives you some suggestions.
I talked with 4 of the 8 St. Cloud School District 742 board member candidates today on WJON in a candidate forum. The four that joined me today were Ric Studer, Peter Hamerlinck, Monica Segura-Schwartz, and John Palmer.
St. Cloud State Interim President Ashish Vaidya and SCSU Director of Student Health Services, Corrie Beckerman were my guests on WJON today. They talked about SCSU's involvement in the American Cancer Society's Making Strides against Breast Cancer event October 15.
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