Motorists will encounter a detour and delays in Cambridge for one week next month as Highway 95 closes at the railroad crossing between North Emerson Street and North Main Street. The road is expectd to close on Monday, Oct. 1, and if things go as played, it will reopen by 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5. […]
Archive for September, 2012
Location : Grantsburg
Original broadcast time: 7:30pm
Result Siren 0:3 Grantsburg
The Grantsburg Pirates squared off with the Siren Dragons for the second time this season when the two met Tuesday night on SAM1057. The Pirates took care of the Dragons in three sets, and for the second time of the season defeated Siren.
Our Jesse Logan was on the call, and had this post-game interview with Coach Deb Allaman-Johnson.
Sheriff Dean Roland made his weekly radio appearance today to update our listeners on recent actions of his office in Burnett County. He also addressed the recent announcement of charges brought against the Danbury couple now accused of neglect in the drowning death of their daughter.
The first day of fall kicks off a Fall Prevention Crusade to warn local families to safety proof their homes to prevent seniors from falling. Falls are the #1 cause of injuries, hospital visits, and deaths among those 65 and older. That’s why Senior Helpers, one of the largest in-home senior care companies with an […]
What a wild Monday Night game in Seattle. The Packers lost on a Hail Mary throw at the end of the game from former Badgers quarterback, and now NFL rookie, QB Russell Wilson. The play was a bizarre one indeed as one official signaled no catch in the endzone while another official signaled for a […]
More eyewitness accounts against that Danbury couple now charged with neglect in the accidental drowning of their three year old daughter. Jenna Danish 33, and Thomas Williams, 42, are each charged with one count of Child Neglect Resulting in Death, which is a felony. According to the criminal complaint, a woman who knew the family […]
A new poll out shows that Minnesotans tend to favor a constitutional change that would require voters to show government-issued photo IDs before casting ballots. The voter ID amendment is one of two controversial amendments that will be on November’s ballot. The other would redefine marriage in the state of Minnesota as being between a man and a woman.