Justine talks with local author Doug Wolter about his book "The Genuine One," the process of writing and a new book that will hit the shelves within the next few months.
Radio Works Director of News and Information Justine Wettschreck is working to keep you up to date on the latest "Talk of the Town"! Join her every Tuesday from 12:30 p.m. until 1 p.m. as Justine covers the latest area events, public safety tips and tricks, and other every-day happenings in your community! It's the "Talk of the Town" on AM 730 KWOA!
Talk of the Town Segment Stories
Below is a listing of stories for the Talk of the Town segment. Please click the story title to view the full story.
Justine talks with Worthington Police Chief Troy Appel about a program that he has recently implemented called Blue in the Schools, that exposes students of all ages to uniformed officers. The reasoning, he said, is give the kids a chance to get more comfortable with law enforcement officers, both in the schools and out on the streets.
Tune in Tuesday, January 27 at 12:30 p.m. for the interview on Talk of the Town on AM 730 KWOA
Justine talks with Rep. Joe Schomacker about his role as Chair on the newly formed Aging and Long Term Care Policy Committee
Justine talks with outgoing Worthington City Council Member Ron Wood about his eight years on the council, the things he has accomplished and the projects he would like to see move forward.
Justine talks with Southwest Crisis Center Director Sara Wahl about the annual Fall Online Auction Fundraiser, which begins Monday.
Justine talks with Minnesota Secretary of State DFL candidate Steve Simon about his campaign, his experience and his ideas for the SOS office. Listen in at 12:30 Tuesday, or check it out at
Justine talks with staff from the Southwest Crisis Center about upcoming events for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Justine talks with District 518 Superintendent John Landgaard about a federal grant that would provide for all-day every-day pre-school for poverty-level 4-year-olds, but in a district that is bursting at the seams, where do you put 150 to 175 little kids and 10 new teachers?
Tune in Tuesday and see what they're thinking...