A demonstration regarding bike lanes took place Friday on South Shore drive... listen in on some of the discussion and comments from Statewide Health Improvement Program committee members DeTasha Place and Aaron Hagen.
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 talked with Murray County Community Relations Coordinator Christy Riley about all the goings on at the Murray County Fair this week.
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On Monday night, the Worthington City Council approved a resolution that designates PBK Investments, a Minnetonka firm, as the sole developer of the Northland Mall property until the end of the year. This allows Brian Pellowski of PBK to proceed forward with plans to redevelop the current site.
Pellowski the council with what he called a workable plan for the site, and I thought some of you might be interested in hearing that plan and the goings on of that portion of last night’s meeting. You’ll also hear the voices of Mayor pro tem Ron Wood, as Mayor Alan Oberloh was absent, as well as other city council members. Toward the end of today’s Talk of the Town, we’ll hear from Northland Cinema owners Todd Frager and David Fetters, who also have a lot at stake when it comes to mall development.
Radio Works Director of News & Information Justine Wettschreck talks with Nobles County Jail Administrator Monette Berkovich and Program Coordinator Ryan Como about what happens at the jail and why, and the need for programming and volunteers.
Nobles County Commissioners honored Assistant Attorney General William Klumpp last week for his work on two murder cases. During a Board of Commissioners meeting, Klumpp received a plaque from the Nobles County Attorney's Office, thanking him for his assistance in prosecuting both cases.
A year ago, 11-year-old Kate Jorgenson lost an arm during a farming accident. Just days before a benefit concert that will take place during Westbrook Fun Days, Justine sat down with the whole family to discuss the accident, Kate's outlook on life and how the now 12-year-old girl is not letting the loss of an arm stop her from jumping in to the deep end - literally.
Justine talks with Buffalo Ridge Drug Task Force Commander Troy Appel about their recent award and the case they cracked that spanned the nation and into Mexico. Listen in at 12:30 p.m. June 3 to AM 730 KWOA.
Lonnie Roloff talks to Justine about the Cruise for Cancer, which is coming up June 22. The Cruise is the first Cancer Doesn't Discriminate fundraiser since the death of Lonnie's wife Regan, who founded Cancer Doesn't Discriminate after being diagnosed with cancer in 2011.