I am the host of the WJON Morning News Watch, 5-10 weekday mornings. The listeners and I have healthy, fun and never negative conversations on WJON's 2-Cent Tuesday and What Up Wednesday. If you haven't checked it out, please do and find out how uplifting the shows can be. My wife and I reside in St. Cloud and have since 1998. We raised our 2 boys and little dog to be productive members of society.
Souhan; Cook Likely to Miss Some Time [PODCAST]
The Vikings lost 27-26 at Seattle Sunday night when Russell Wilson found D.K. Metcalf in the end zone with :15 left for the go-ahead touchdown. Star Tribune Sports Columnist Jim Souhan joined me on WJON today.
Dr. Morris; Covid-19 Mortality Rate Down [PODCAST]
CentraCare Spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today to give us an update on the Covid-19 cases at St. Cloud Hospital and within CentraCare. Dr. Morris says because of their knowledge and experience in treating Covid-19 the mortality rate is down from last April/May.
Gas Prices Are Down Due to Cold Weather Coming [PODCAST]
St. Cloud State Economist King Banaian joined me on WJON today. King says the gas prices dropping below $2.00 a gallon is an indication that the summer travel season is over and that less people will be doing driving vacations anytime soon. He says many Minnesotans chose to do their "holidays…
Dr. Morris; Vaccine By Christmas Could Happen [PODCAST]
CentraCare Spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He gave us his weekly update on Covid-19 at St. Cloud Hospital. Morris says they continue to see a slight increase in Covid-19 hospitalizations and an increase in those in their ICU.
St. Cloud State Ready In Case Covid-19 Numbers Rise [PODCAST]
St. Cloud State University President Dr. Robbyn Wacker joined me on WJON today. Wacker says they've adjusted to what is a new normal with masks and a combination of in-person and online classes for students. She says despite the pandemic students and staff are still excited about the beginnin…
Vikings Prepare To Get After Rodgers [GALLERY]
The Vikings and Packers open the season Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium. The Vikings have attacked Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers over the years sacking him, pressuring him, hitting him and in some cases injuring him.
Dr. Morris; Mask Wearing is Helping [PODCAST]
CentraCare Spokesman Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. He says positive Covid-19 patients at the St. Cloud Hospital and patients in their critical care unit are about the same as last week. He says the treatments they are using now has really helped Covid-19 hospitalized patients and says…
Health Matters; Covid-19 Vaccine In November? [PODCAST]
This week on WJON's Health Matters program I talked with Dr. David Smith from Sartell Pediatrics. Our topic discussion this week was vaccines. He says the whole world is working on finding and testing a vaccine for Covid-19. Dr. Smith says because trials are happening now if everything goes …
Dalvin Cook Reports; Pierce Opts Out [PODCAST]
Viking running back Dalvin Cook has reported to training camp for the Vikings today. He got his Covid-19 test but it's unclear how much more he intends to do. Cook is still looking for contract extension. Cook reportedly wants $15 Million a season.
Twins To Open Season July 24 at Chicago
Major League Baseball released their 2020 adjusted 60-game schedule Monday. The Twins will open the season Friday July 24 at Chicago against the White Sox starting a 3-game series. The Twins will play their home opener Tuesday July 28th against the St. Louis Cardinals at Target Field at 7:10 p.m.
Covid-19 Patients at St. Cloud Hospital Are Down [PODCAST]
CentraCare Spokesperson Dr. George Morris joined me on WJON today. Dr. Morris says the amount of patients with Covid-19 at St. Cloud Hospital has decreased from the week before but they still have Covid-19 patients in their hospital and in their ICU.
Frauendienst; Covid-19 Has Peaked in Stearns County [PODCAST]
Stearns County Director of Public Health Renee Frauendienst joined me on WJON today. She feels Covid-19 has peaked in Stearns County but that doesn't mean more infection cannot happen.