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Rayman Announces Retirement
Rayman Announces Retirement
Rayman and KOOL 101.7 have gone together like peanut butter and jelly since the station first launched 20 years ago.  As Ray would put it though, "This jam has got to spread, baby!" After two decades of playing the Northland's favorite hits, Rayman has decided to hang up his headphones.
How Radio Changed Womens Lifestyle In Rural Farming Areas In Wisconsin-Rayman’s Trac Two
How Radio Changed Womens Lifestyle In Rural Farming Areas In Wisconsin-Rayman’s Trac Two
We take radio pretty much for granted don't we. In the car, in the workplace, and at home. Turn it on and it instantly provide you with music, sports, news, and weather. Radio started to come into it's own back in the 20's, as radio technology became more accessible to all. Where I live, in Wisconsin, farm and weather reports broadcast on the radio were a life saver to rural communities,  especial
EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Duluth Mayor Don Ness, Details On State Of Emergency, What To Do Next, How To Get Involved
EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Duluth Mayor Don Ness, Details On State Of Emergency, What To Do Next, How To Get Involved
I had the pleasure of Talking with Duluth Mayor Don Ness, He was kind enough to call into the morning show and talk about the state of Duluth on Thursday.  I just want to personally thank the Mayor, he could have said he was too busy and I would have understood, but he made the time to call in and talk. Listen to the interview below;