Cullen Quietly Ranks High Among Area’s Greatest Athletes

The last 25 years have produced a wonderful slate of homegrown professional sports heroes for fans living in eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota, more than at any time in history. Oakes, N.D., product and North Dakota State football star Phil Hansen had a long and productive NFL career with the Buffalo Bills. Lakota, N.D./Fargo product…
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Nearly 2 1/2 Hours Of Asking Questions, And Nobody Body-Slammed Me

Political science professor Thomas Ambrosio is back from London and shares some insight into the most recent terrorist bombing; AgWeek TV’s Shawna Olson with her weekly update; Minnesota state Sen. Kent Eken on the not-so-special session; and some chatter about the Montana Congressional candidate body-slamming a reporter.

Bremer Says Twins Pitcher Ervin Santana Has Made Himself Into An Ace

Minnesota Twins broadcaster Dick Bremer joined the show for his weekly segment and said starting pitcher Ervin Santana, once a No. 2 or 3 starter in the big leagues, has turned himself into an ace. Also, Minnesota state Sen. Kent Eken on the special session that is slogging along at the legislature; more talk about…
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The Hamid Shirvani Disaster Tour Continues

Hamid Shirvani is at it again. And that’s not a good thing, for Shirvani or his employer. Or those who have to work with him. You remember ol’ Ham. He made his mark on the North Dakota University System by being almost universally disliked. His brief tenure as chancellor from 2012-2013 angered university presidents, faculty, legislators,…
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Eagles Coach: Wentz ‘Rejuvenated’ As Year 2 Begins

PHILADELPHIA — Year 2 of the Carson Wentz Era in Philadelphia began Tuesday as the Eagles began offseason organized team activities. It’s another way of saying “spring ball” for NFL players. Eagles coach Doug Pederson was asked what he’s seen out of Wentz, who a year ago at this time was a rookie out of…
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