‘Tis That Time Again…

‘Tis That Time Again…

Every year we help Kim Swisher and the Salvation Army kick off it’s season of bell ringing.  This year we will be at Trig’s in Rhinelander on Friday November 22nd.  the Salvation Army will also be ringing the bell at Walmart in Rhinelander and the new Tractor Supply store.  With that you will also have opportunities in Mincoqua at Trig’s, Save-More and Walmart.  I say opportunities not only to give but also to volunteer.  Watch here on the website for details on how you can volunteer.  Make the holidays a little better for those less fortunate and give what you can and if at all possible take a shift or two.  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

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August?  What happened to June and July?

August? What happened to June and July?

I woke up Saturday morning, got out of bed and headed for the kitchen. On the fridge is a calendar. I looked up as always and noticed that it wasn’t July anymore!!? I turned the page to reflect August 1st and thought, “where on earth has summer gone”? Is it just going by real fast?…read more »

Missing Sports?

Missing Sports?

I gotta admit I’m not a big sports fan but I do know a few people in the broadcast center here that are really in to it. I couldn’t tell you one player from another or who won the Super Bowl last year. I do like watching the occasional baseball game on TV on a…read more »

Summer…what happened?

Summer…what happened?

Wait a minute! It’s mid July already?!?! In just a couple weeks we will start the countdown as to summer winding down. NO! Has summer even begun? It seems like the snow just melted a couple weeks ago. Thank goodness for hot, humid weekends! I think part of this summer seeming so odd is of…read more »

Birthdays

Birthdays

Another birthday gone by and this one was special. I usually don’t go nuts over birthdays at this point. Over the last 18 years or so I’ve spent my birthday at the Hodag Country Festival working for the radio stations. Now don’t get me wrong…it’s pretty cool to spend your birthday with 30,000 people for…read more »