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Wayne Eddy Affair | Erica Staab

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 5:30pm

The executive director of the Hope Center, Erica Staab, joins Wayne to talk about the her job and her life.

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Listen in to the Wayne Eddy Affair every weekday. Monday through Thursday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Fridays from 10:00-11:00 a.m.

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All-Wheel Drive/October 30

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 4:09pm

Jessica Paxton hosts the 4-6pm hours filling them with eclectic music, news and local info.

Playlist:


Hurricane Bells/The Waiting Song
Romantica/Fiona
The Polyphonic Spree/Carefully Try
Josh Rouse/Late Night Conversation
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds/I Let Love In
Chris Koza/Ponderosa Pine
Mark Olson/Poison Oleander
Chris Koza/The Healer

Then I was pleased as punch (truly) to welcome live in the studio, the always delightful Chris Koza, frontman of Rogue Valley and acclaimed solo artist whose second solo release “In Real Time” hit the streets this week. “In Real Time” is gorgeous, from start to finish, and Chris will celebrate the new album with a special Northfield appearance (along with Furia!) on Nov. 8 at the Northfield Arts Guild Theater (tickets available at northfieldartsguild.org or by calling 507-645-8877) and on Nov. 9 at The Cedar Cultural Center (along with Reina del Cid, another favorite of mine — tickets at thecedar.org.) A lovely man, inside and out, who graces us with his exquisitely gorgeous and inspiring music. Check him out at chriskoza.com.

Chris performed the following tracks from “In Real Time”:

Drown
Prism

And we closed out the session with the first single from the new release, Radio Wave.

Of particular note — my apologies for goofing up both the intro and outro songs — obviously I need an audio engineer to help me with all these crazy confusing buttons!! (Sorry, Chris.)

After the news, area funeral announcements, and the weather forecast

San Cisco/Rocket Ship
Beck/Broken Drum
JD McPherson/Wolf Teeth
Wayne Hancock/Freight Train Boogie
Steve Forbert/Romeo’s Tune
Marshall Crenshaw/Mary Anne
Staple Singers/If You’re Ready (Come Go With Me)
Mississippi Heat/Peace Train
Chastity Brown/Lift Us
The Polyphonic Spree/Carefully Try
Cat Stevens/Here Comes My Baby
Squeeze/Up The Junction

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Wayne Eddy Affair | Rael Rodning

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 3:56pm

Rael Rodning is a St. Cloud native who runs a plant-rich meal planning service and also runs marathons.

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Listen in to the Wayne Eddy Affair every weekday. Monday through Thursday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Fridays from 10:00-11:00 a.m.

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Wayne Eddy Affair | Monte Nelson

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 12:14pm

Northfield Chief of Police Monte Nelson has made two appearance on the Wayne Eddy Affair to talk about his path to Northfield and the Police Chief position.

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Listen in to the Wayne Eddy Affair every weekday. Monday through Thursday, 9:00-11:00 a.m. Fridays from 9:30-11:00 a.m.

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Today’s news update – Developers bemoan LDC tome ; Is there a road or not?; DJJD gives “Cancer the Boot”

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 12:02pm

Developers bemoan LDC tome

In 1966 Northfield’s Land Development code was 10 pages long, Mayor Graham said that in 2011 it went to 179 pages.  It is now at over 380 pages and he says it scares people.  As a proponent of economic development Graham is frustrated.  Councilors wrestled with issues surrounding the Land Development Code without much success.  Much like the Planning Commission who developed the 380 page tome.  At the work session Community Development Director Chris Heineman delicately told Council that there’s a significant added cost to developers with the current LDC.  He mentioned O’Reilly Auto Parts saying that if they weren’t owned by a national company, the facility would not likely be there.  It was at signficant cost and many meetings with City staff.  The process was difficult.  [listen to the podcast for sound bites]  Graham said another company just called to tell Heineman that, after nearly a year of working with the City, they would be pulling out of Northfield in favor of Dundas.  (Staff is still talking to them regarding other projects)   The Planning Commission has their own issues such as changing one sentence leads to 3 leads to 10 and so forth.  Graham heard from Chair Richard Schulte and member Jay Jasnoch after the work session.  They’ve even considered going back to Planned Unit Development [PUD].  Peterson White wants to hear from developers and citizens and wants Staff to bring that information back to Council.  (rather than “anecdotal” information)  Ludescher added that the Police Facility architect said the project cost $1 million more to comply with the LDC.  He asked Council “do we want to keep shuffling deck chairs on the Titatnic?”…

Is there a road or not?

There’s a road or two or none…  that’s what Dundas has to decide as owners of the land this road is supposedly on, wait.  City records show no road while the abstract shows 1 road vacated correctly, the other not.  Administrator McCarthy added that unfortunately it’s been a big headache for the owner.  The property owner would like to clean up the area in terms of title so that they can sell it.  It’s a part of Forest Avenue in Railroad addition.  Vacating this supposed street is the final hurdle.

DJJD gives “Cancer the Boot”

Several members of the Defeat of Jesse James Days committee presented a $5,000 check to staff members of the Northfield Breast Care Center. Funds raised were part of a new campaign spearheaded by a handful of DJJD Committee members. The campaign titled ‘Give Cancer the Boot’ began raising funds this past summer and continued through Celebration weekend. Dollars raised came from local sponsors, sales of t-shirts, a silent auction held at Froggy Bottoms River Pub, and good will donations collected at the DJJD Rodeo performances. All funds raised were donated to the Breast Care Center.

 

Bring your unwanted electronics and appliances THIS COMING Saturday, November 1, from 10 A.M. until noon, to the First United Church of Christ, 300 Union St.  The following items will be accepted at no charge:  — Computers (desktops, towers, laptops) — Small printers

 

Dave Silvester will be presenting on the book, Minnesota’s Own: Preserving our Grand Homes, he will speak at the Northfield Historical Society on Thursday, October 30 at 6:30 PM about this new book he will show us pictures of some of Minnesota’s beautiful homes from around the state and tell us stories about their construction, original owners and restorations. This program is cosponsored by the Northfield Historical Society and the Friends and Foundation of the Northfield Public Library.

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10-30-14 news

Listen for news updates on-air at 6, 7, 8, Noon, 3 and 5

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Rhonda Pownell Councilor-at-Large 10/30/14

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 9:02am

Jeff Johnson speaks with Rhonda Pownell, Councilor-at-Large incumbent seeking re-election.  The polls open at 7am to 8pm on November 4th.  Check the City of Northfield‘s website for your polling location.

Click below for the full interview: 

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Dale Gehring Councilor-at-Large candidate 10/30/14

Thu, 10/30/2014 - 7:41am

Jeff Johnson speaks with Dale Gehring, candidate for Councilor-at-Large.  Elections are November 4th.  Polls open at 7am to 8pm.  Check the City of Northfield‘s website for polling locations.

Click below to listen to the full interview:

 

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Welcome to Wellness with Dan Corbett – Constipation

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:36pm

Broadcast on KYMN every Wednesday from 12:10-12:15 pm. Dr. Dan Corbett talks with body work expert Susan Herder on alternative ways of treating constipation.  Dan is a chiropractor in Northfield at Corbett Chiropractic & Health Enhancement.

Click the arrow to listen! Welcome to Wellness10-29-14

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Today’s news update – Council trips on sidewalks for Woodley; Candidate interviews and information; Dundas voting could take time

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 12:02pm

Council trips on sidewalks for Woodley

Woodley street between Division and Prairie has been in need of repair for some time.  It’s also a county state aid highway, which means the County has a say in repairs.  They can also share some of the burden of cost which will be large as it needs a complete reclamation.  Council tangled with sidewalks, parking, multi-use trails and how to NOT go beyond the existing Right of Way.  Mayor Graham said the County wants the lanes to be 12 feet, the City wants it to be 11 feet which is still allowable.  Bottom line is the County will have the final stamp of approval.  With no consensus from Council, Staff will be asking for public input.  City Administrator Haggenmiller will be meeting with Rice County Commissioner Malecha this week.  The estimated cost of the project is $3.7 million, the County’s share is $1.5 as long as certain parameters are maintained.  The job must be completed by 2017 to receive the County dollars.   Graham’s interview is posted online at kymnradio.net.  

Candidate interviews and information

It’s the last week of election season and KYMN is doing a series of interviews with local candidates.  All interviews are or will be posted on our website kymnradio.net.  Go to the Search tab and type in the candidate name.  District 20B representative David Bly was interviewed last week.  Rice County Attorney challenger John Fossum was interviewed Monday.  Enter his name in the Search tab.  Incumbent Paul Beaumaster will be in this morning at 8:45.  Councilor-at-large Rhonda Pownell and her opponent Dale Gehring will be in tomorrow (Thursday) morning at 8:45 and 7:20 respectively.  Ward 1 candidate Joe Gasior will be interviewed on Friday morning at 7:20.  Incumbent Suzie Nakasian was on-air last week.  Again, enter her name in the Search tab to find the interview.  Also check Northfield public access television’s website ntv.org for candidate interviews.  Some of the candidates have websites where you’ll find more information about them and check northfield.org as well.  The polls will open Tuesday from 7am to 8pm.  To find your polling location, go to the City’s website at ci.northfield.mn.us.  You can also cast an absentee ballot now through November 3rd.

Dundas voting could take time

The City of Dundas has 4 positions open for election next week.  Mayor and 3 council seats.  Current Mayor Glenn Switzer filed for re-election as did Councilor Grant Modory.  That leaves 2 council seats with no one running.  Jon Kruz and James Kessler have both decided not to run. One of the council positions is a 4 year term and the other is to complete Kruz’s term which ends in 2017.  City Administrator John McCarthy says if someone gets elected by write-in votes but doesn’t want the seat, Council can appoint someone.  That’s what happened with the seat filled by Kruz.  With write-in votes, they’ll have to be hand counted.  McCarthy said the good news is that the ballot tabulator separates write-ins.  It will still take time for the election judges to count the handwritten votes.

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10-29-14 news

Listen for news updates on-air at 6, 7, 8, Noon, 3 and 5

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Morning Show – Rice County Attorney G. Paul Beaumaster 10/29/14

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 11:31am

KYMN’s Jeff Johnson interviews Rice County Attorney, G. Paul Beaumaster 10/29/14 for his re-election campaign.  To find more local candidate interviews, enter the candidate name in the Search tab

 

To listen to the full interview click below:

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Mayor Dana Graham 10/29/14

Wed, 10/29/2014 - 7:46am

Jeff Johnson speaks with Mayor Dana Graham after last nights Northfield Council work session concerning Utility Rates, Meadows Park, Woodley St. reclamation and the LDC.  Listen to the full interview…

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Today’s news update – Assault by bodily fluids; Local FFA to compete nationally and 7 awarded highest honor; Council loads their plate for work session

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 12:02pm

Assault by bodily fluids

A Northfield man is charged with two counts of felony assault against police officers.  On Thursday evening, after the Police facility Open House, officers were called to the 500 block of Division street on report of a fight.  When officer Feldhake arrived he was told the man had taken off toward 4th street.  The suspect refused to identify himself or take his hands out of his pockets and repeatedly told the Officer “what goes around comes around”.  18 year old Nick Craig Lino began swearing and spitting at the officer.  He complained of pain and Northfield Ambulance was called.  He spit on them too.  Chief Monte Nelson commented that to be spit on is demeaning to anyone but, since the 80’s since he’s been a cop, the influx of HIV, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases, it’s very concerning to officers, emergency personnel and firefighters.  That’s why the laws have changed to make spitting or throwing any body fluid on emergency workers a criminal offense.  Lino was taken to the Hospital, treated and released.  While there a preliminary breath test put his blood alcohol level at over twice the legal limit.  When being placed in the squad car to go to detox, he refused to walk.  They used a wheelchair.  He then assaulted another officer by grabbing his thumb and bending it backward.  He refused to cooperate at detox and he was ultimately transported to St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester.  Lino is facing 2 counts of 4th degree assault which hold a maximum 3 year sentence as well as obstructing the legal process and under age consumption.  He made his first court appearance yesterday.

Local FFA to compete nationally and 7 awarded highest honor

Randolph FFA advisor and ag instructor Ed Terry will join his students this week for national competition in judging in Louisville, KY.  They’ll have written exams and then will be judging against official judges where they will have to give 4 reasons why they placed the animals as they did.  Terry says his kids will be up against the best in the country but they’ve worked hard.  Seven will receive the highest honor the National FFA gives out, the American degree.  They are Mary Liebenstein, Becky Church, Greta Tank, John Peterson, Bret Otte, Trevor Otte and Matt Duff.  Their folks will be there to watch them accept the award which is based on leadership and reinvestment into agriculture.  Total of 24 kids will travel with Terry to take part in a number of activities including seeing Churchill Downs.  Terry was honored this year at the State Fair with the Day Frederick Award.  It is the first time the award has gone to a working ag teacher.  This is Terry’s 44th year teaching.   For the full interview go to our website kymnradio.net.

Nfld Council loads their plate for work session

Northfield Council meets tonight for a work session at 7 o’clock in Council Chambers at City Hall.  On their agenda is the Utility Rate revision to reflect the State’s requirement to adopt a water rate structure that encourages conservation.  They’ll discuss community plans for Fargaze Meadows, the land the City intends on using for flood mitigation and parkland.  On the agenda is proposed sidewalks for of Woodley street from Division to Prairie (mostly both sides for Safe Routes to School), TIF 4 dollars and the LDC will wrap up the evening.  The City will stream the meeting live.  [Click on the link and then scroll down to City Council meeting for tonight, then wait for the Video to say "In progress" and click on that].   Mayor Graham will be in studio tomorrow morning at 7:20.

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10-28-14 news

Listen for news updates on-air at 6, 7, 8, Noon, 3 and 5

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Dundas City Adm John McCarthy 10/28/14

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 9:05am

Jeff Johnson speaks with John McCarthy after last nights Dundas City Council Meeting, they discuss the agenda and other topics. Listen to the full interview….

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Dr. L. Chris Richardson 10/28/14

Tue, 10/28/2014 - 7:47am

Dr. Richardson talks with Jeff Johnson about topics from last nights School Board Meeting. Listen to the full interview….

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Today’s news update – UPDATED: Dennison Clerk charged with theft

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 1:42pm

UPDATED: Dennison Clerk charged with theft

Sources for KYMN had been indicating for months that a Clerk for the cities of Dennison and Randolph had been stealing money from Dennison coffers.  That was confirmed this week when Goodhue County filed a criminal complaint on Monday against 58 year old Sheila Ekstrom of Randolph.  In April the Goodhue County Sheriff was notified of a theft from the City.  An auditor, Joseph Zignego, hired in June of 2013 for Dennison, found discrepancies and alleged that Ekstrom double paid herself in January, February, April and August of 2013 and possibly in May of 2012.  When approached by the auditor, Ekstrom first claimed that a mistake had been made by the Treasurer and “what was done was done”.  She later admitted to some forged signatures but would only admit to stealing about $1500.  An investigation discovered multiple checks with forged signatures of Council member John Jadwinski.  Ekstrom is accused of stealing more than $5,000.  According to the criminal complaint Mayor Dan Storlie was aware of 2 checks for nearly $900 Ekstrom cashed but she told him that she was unaware that she cashed them both and owes the City.  She also stated that she would resign.   Ekstrom’s been charged with 2 counts of theft and 1 count of forgery, all felonies.  Goodhue County Investigator Paul Gielau found other checks that appear to be forgeries, though they were cashed for their intended purpose.  Ekstrom told Gielau that she “didn’t know why she had no reason to take any money from Dennison but did it because she could”.  She said she wanted to pay the money back.   Ekstrom’s first court appearance is scheduled for January 9th, 2015.

 

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Today’s news update – College party break up delivers a dozen citations; Motorcyclist dies in single vehicle crash; Dennison Clerk charged with theft; Fire and Ice; MONEY magazine touts Northfield for retirement

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 12:02pm

College party break up delivers a dozen citations

Northfield Police wrote out a dozen citations Friday night after busting up a party on Greenvale Avenue.  The citations included underage drinking, social host ordinance and noise.  No one was arrested.   A college party gone awry near Lashbrook Park.

Motorcyclist dies in single vehicle crash

A motorcycle crash took the life of an Austin man.  Just before noon on Friday, Rice County deputies, Northfield Police, Fire and Rescue were called to the scene on Emerson Trail north of Cannon City Blvd in Bridgewater Township.  On arrival, deputies found a 48 year old Mark Wayne Heim unresponsive.  He was treated at the scene and later airlifted to Regions Hospital in St. Paul where he died just after 2pm.  Heim was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash which remains under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office.  [NEWS STORY INCLUDES COMMENTS FROM SHERIFF DUNN]

Dennison Clerk charged with theft

Sources for KYMN had been indicating for months that a Clerk for the cities of Dennison and Randolph had been stealing money from Dennison coffers.  That was confirmed this week when Goodhue County filed a criminal complaint on Monday against Sheila Ekstrom.  An auditor hired in June of 2013 for Dennison found discrepancies and alleged that Ekstrom double paid herself in January, February, April and August of 2013 and possibly in March of 2012.  When approached by the auditor, Ekstrom first claimed that a mistake had been made by the Treasurer.  She later admitted to some forged signatures but would only admit to stealing about $1500.  She’s accused of stealing more than $5,000.  Ekstrom’s been charged with 2 counts of theft and 1 count of forgery, all felonies.  Goodhue County Investigator Paul Gielau was unavailable for comment.

Fire and Ice

The City has a new Police Station, a refurbished City Hall and will have an improved Library.  We asked Mayor Graham – what’s next?  He said the fire station will be needing work.  But as the NAFRS aka Northfield Area Fire and Rescue Service is just really getting underway, this will be down the road.  While often talked about, the concept of a new Ice Arena officially came back to council in September.  Administrator Haggenmiller says initial conversations have begun at the staff level led by Mayor Graham.  Due to the high number of diverse user groups for the facility, the intent is to go slow, but methodically towards this project.  Some of group would, include the Northfield Hockey Association, the 2 colleges and the School district.  The plan is to have stakeholders put some money into a fund to do a feasibility study on how to move forward whether that’s improvements or a new Arena.  The City has set aside $30,000 to explore the idea further.  Haggenmiller says over the coming months, previous studies will be consulted and staff will speak with other communities that have built similar facilities with similar partnerships.  An early goal is for staff to complete this groundwork, compile some initial findings and possible recommendations on moving forward and get that to council in the first quarter of 2015.

MONEY magazine touts Northfield for retirement

Once again, Northfield is in the news.  This time featured in MONEY magazine as one of the best places to retire.  In fact, it was rated best “Well Rounded” retirement area. According to the article, this little town south of Minneapolis packs a surprising punch.  It goes on to comment on the two colleges, an active retiree community, beautiful countryside, and mix of affordability and economic growth that characterizes much of the Twin Cities region.  Opportunities for continuing education, the performing arts and our community events. Runners up were Bellingham, Washington and Manchester, New Hampshire.

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Listen for news updates on-air at 6, 7, 8, Noon, 3 and 5

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15 with the Author | ‘Personal’ by Lee Child 10/27/14

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 11:12am

Jack Reacher has out thought and out fought an array of cold-blooded villains, a former American military policeman, he’s a wanderer with no home, no car and no cell phone.  He hitchhikes, takes the Greyhound and inevitably rights a wrong.  His creator, Lee Child, has just released his 19th Jack Reacher novel, “Personal”.  Child talks about one of his most famous fans – Bill Clinton and how he keeps the stories fresh.

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | Ed Terry – Randolph FFA 10/27/14

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 10:19am

Jeff Johnson speaks with Ed Terry with the Randolph FFA about national competitions including judging.  Of note:  Long time Randolph FFA advisor and ag teacher Ed Terry was honored at the State Fair this year by the Minnesota FFA Alumni with the Day Frederick Award.

It is the first time the award has gone to a working ag teacher.

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‘Morning Show’ with Jeff Johnson | John Fossum – challenger for Rice County atty 10/27/14

Mon, 10/27/2014 - 10:12am

Jeff Johnson speaks with Northfield attorney John Fossum who is running for Rice County Attorney.

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Raider Wrap with Dusty Budd | Football Preview, Gator Girl’s Swim and Dive, Recap of Week

Sat, 10/25/2014 - 11:47am

Dusty Budd chats with local high school players and coaches as he wraps up the week in Raider sports. You can listen live to Raider Wrap every Saturday morning at 10am.
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