As we reported earlier in the month, Gophers quarterback Philip Nelson is transferring. Now we know where the former Mankato West star will continue his college career. Reports surfaced on Wednesday that Nelson is transferring to Rutgers. The former Mr. Football winner will need to sit out for one year under NCAA transfer rules, but [...]
Archive for January, 2014
Propane shortages, the sentencing of former Pine County Deputy Justin Stoddard, upcoming caucuses and more. Pine City Pioneer editor Mike Gainor joined our Jesse Logan.
Pine County Sheriff Robin Cole was a little late this morning due to the poor road conditions in the county, but still had a great report for our listeners. The report starts about 15 minutes in.
Press Release: Feeling overwhelmed by winter? Escape frigid Minnesota by celebrating Valentine’s Day in Australia at Pine Center for the Arts. Allow the artwork and your imagination to transport you to the red rocks of the outback, warm breezes of the rainforest, colorful coral and fish in the Great Barrier Reef and the sights [...]
Finally, the Timberwolves are back above .500. The Wolves haven’t had a winning record since November and are now 23-22 after beating the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night 88-77. Kevin Love had 30 points and 14 rebounds and Kevin Martin added 18 points and six rebounds in the win. The Wolves were without center [...]
Banks around the nation are now urging Target executives to start a reimbursement process for the millions of dollars lost in a series of January data breaches. The Star Tribune is reporting the breach could cost U.S banks & financial institutions hundreds of millions of dollars, if not billions of dollars soon. Tuesday, the Consumer [...]
With just under one month left until the start of the 2014 Legislative Session, lawmakers in St. Paul convened on Tuesday’s for an information only hearing on how voter registration and absentee ballots work in Minnesotoa. The lawmakers saw it as an opportunity to become more familiar with a bill that could make significant changes [...]