Kids Speak on WJON aired between 6am-9am Wednesday with Jay Caldwell. The lucky participants this week were 7th graders from North Junior High in St. Cloud. Listen to the conversations in their entirety below.
WJON's Kids Speak this time features Jay Caldwell talking with 4th graders at Lincoln Elementary. The conversations were about what they liked about 4th grade, summer vacation and other things that came up. Listen below.
Tune in to the Morning News Watch from 5-10 Wednesday morning with Jay Caldwell. Jay talks with St. Cloud State women's hockey coach Jeff Geisen and team captain Amy Olson. They will talk about the newly renovated National Hockey and Event Center.
Tune in to the Morning News Watch with Jay Caldwell Wednesday morning from 5-10. Jay talks with St. Cloud V.A. Communications Director Barry Venable and Rich Schwegel, the Heath Promotion/Disease Prevention Coordinator. He'll discuss flu and pertussis clinics at 8:10.
Kids Speak on WJON is brought to you by St. Cloud Toyota, Computer Renassiance of St. Cloud and by Perkins Restaurants and Bakery. This week Jay Caldwell talked to 3rd graders at Pleasant View Elementary in Sauk Rapids.
Tune in to the Morning Newswatch with Jay Caldwell Wednesday morning from 5-10am. Jay talks with St. Cloud State President Earl Potter at 8:10. President Potter will bring foreign student Victor Bertand from France.
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