Kathy (Hill) Tunheim

KYMN Radio - Mon, 02/04/2019 - 11:12am

1974 Northfield High School graduate Kathy (Hill) Tunheim joins Wayne in the studio.

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Senator Rich Draheim

KYMN Radio - Mon, 02/04/2019 - 10:24am

State Senator Rich Draheim provides his weekly update on the Legislative Session.

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Tim Mahr

KYMN Radio - Mon, 02/04/2019 - 10:18am

St. Olaf Band Conductor Tim Mahr is Wayne’s guest. Tim Mahr 013019

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Icy Conditions cause Dick’s Sanitation to pull trucks from roads

KYMN Radio - Mon, 02/04/2019 - 10:08am

Dick’s Sanitation has pulled their trucks from the road due to today’s icy conditions.  Visit their website for more information. All service will be delayed one day this week.

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Hoops Brewing

KYMN Radio - Mon, 02/04/2019 - 6:27am

We had a terrific timing talk to and learning from Dave from Hoops Brewing in the show that aired today.  Also, Corey and Ira sampled great beers from Inbound BrewCo,Waconia Brewing Company and Lakes & Legends Brewing Company! Hoops Brewing

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Visita de la profesora de Carleton, Adriana Estill

KYMN Radio - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 9:10pm

Tuvimos la visita de la profesora Adriana Estill y las preguntas de los estudiantes de su clase que estudian los programas y emisoras de radio que llevan latinos y  latinas.

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So, you want to be a doctor?

St. Olaf College - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 8:18pm
An internship supported by doctors Peter Stiles '05 and Marc Tompkins '99 lets students dive deep into the joys and challenges of medicine long before they apply to medical school.
Categories: Colleges

Holistic health

St. Olaf College - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 7:59pm
Oles are well prepared for successful careers in the health professions, having developed as critical thinkers with moral sensitivity and a commitment to unselfish service to others during their days on the Hill.
Categories: Colleges

The pain managers

St. Olaf College - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 7:15pm
If you're one of the estimated 100 million Americans suffering from chronic pain, TRIA Orthopedic Center's Peter Stiles '05 and Boston Scientific's Ben Fetters '05 are in your corner.
Categories: Colleges

The soprano: Kelly Kaduce ’96

St. Olaf College - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 6:36pm
Kelly Kaduce '96 has built an enviable career in opera, playing leading roles every year in dozens of productions around the country.
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The oboist: Jelena Dirks ’96

St. Olaf College - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 6:15pm
Jelena Dirks '96 describes her journey to becoming the principal oboist with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
Categories: Colleges

Knights overcome slow start to take down Concordia

Carleton Sports - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 4:56pm

After falling behind during doubles, the Carleton College men’s tennis team finally got things rolling in singles and secured a 7-2 victory at Concordia College-Moorhead. Lewis White was the lone Knight to notch victories in singles and doubles.

Categories: Colleges

Super John and LA Phil

My Musical Family - Joy Riggs - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 4:31pm
Steve, Sebastian, Elias, and I flew out to Los Angeles at the end of January to visit Louisa for several days — fortuitously, our timing meant we missed most of the polar vortex — and on our second night in the "Entertainment Capital of the World," we had not one but TWO celebrity sightings. 
They occurred on the same evening, when we had tickets to hear and see the Los Angeles Philharmonic (known as LA Phil) present a concert of John Williams music at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles.
The view from the nosebleed seats at Walt Disney Concert Hall.Most tickets had been snapped up by the time we decided, shortly before leaving Minnesota, that it would be a fun thing to do. But Steve was able to buy five tickets through StubHub for Saturday, the third of four performances.
The concert program; how many songs do you recognize?The first celebrity we spotted that evening was LA Phil music and artistic director Gustavo Dudamel — although, I'm embarrassed to say, of the five of us, only Elias understood before the concert how much of a celebrity Dudamel is. I have since educated myself. The 38-year-old superstar conductor from Venezuela was the first classical musician to participate in the Super Bowl Halftime Show, has been the subject of a PBS special, and happens to be a longtime friend of 86-year-old superstar composer John Williams.
Before the concert started, Sebastian asked me if I thought Williams himself would attend. Without giving it too much thought, I said, "Probably not, since this is the third night." 
How wrong I was. We happily discovered at the end of the concert that Williams was indeed there, sitting in the front row. Dudamel invited him to come onstage and take a bow, and after the "Theme from Superman" encore, Williams took the baton and directed the orchestra in a Williams-arranged version of a popular tune he did not compose: "Happy Birthday."
Steve's photo of Dudamel, left, and Williams.Williams turned to the audience and invited us to sing "Happy Birthday" to Dudamel, who turned 38 that day. So Steve, Louisa, Sebastian, Elias and I can now proudly say we've been conducted by John Williams!
The concert that night was recorded, and we hope to get a copy of it when it's released. In the meantime, if you want to hear examples of the marvelous LA Phil on this Super Bowl Sunday, check out Minnesota Public Radio's musical Super Showdown between the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. The overtime matchup has each group performing Williams' Main Title from Star Wars. You can cast your vote and enter a drawing for a CD by the winning ensemble. 
I'm not going to tell you how to vote, but I'm rooting for Los Angeles! 
Categories: Citizens

Minnesota? Quite “healthy” old farts here!

Carol Overland - Legalectric - Sun, 02/03/2019 - 3:46pm

For those of us “at a certain age,” some things to consider.  Lee Schafer’s article in the STrib brought up a few articles about where Minnesota fits into the mix, and that the usual suspects of states to go to for retirement (often AZ for those of us west of the Mississippi, and FL for those on the East Coast) may not be so hot.  Cost of living in AZ sure is high and the climate sure sucks!

America’s Health Rankings – 2018 Senior Report

But what about Minnesota?  The United Health Foundation’s study put Minnesota pretty high, #4, but last year we were #1.  Click for larger version:

The considerations, above, are ones that make sense to me.  For instance, looking at rates of volunteerism of those 65 and over, isolation and sense of community:

… looking at rates of “excessive drinking” for those over 65 — hey, MN, we were #48 on the list, tied with Hawaii, and above only Wisconsin!  WHOA, folks, consider that! Click for larger version:

And the one that I need to deal with (much easier with mostly resolved plantar fascitis) — I can be a woman of substance in other ways, eh?

And Delivery of Home Meals (Meals on Wheels?!?):

Here’s Schafer’s column today in the STrib — you can check out the other linked studies here:

The best spot to retire might not be the warmest
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Lucas Mueller wins again at MSU-Mankato

Carleton Sports - Sat, 02/02/2019 - 11:05pm

Lucas Mueller and Tris Dodge finished 1-2 in the 3000-meter run at the Ted Nelson Classic hosted by Minnesota State-Mankato. The Carleton College men’s track and field team finished 10th at the 17-team meet, which included five NCAA Division II programs as well as four nationally-ranked Division III programs.

Categories: Colleges

Knights wrap up regular season at Gustie Challenge

Carleton Sports - Sat, 02/02/2019 - 9:52pm

The Carleton College men’s swimming and diving team concluded the pre-conference meet portion of its schedule at the Gustie Challenge. The unscored, two-day competition served as the final meet of the season for three squad members, while the rest of the roster used the weekend as a final tune-up for the MIAC Championships to be held in two weeks.

Categories: Colleges

Knights win six times in conference meet tune-up

Carleton Sports - Sat, 02/02/2019 - 9:17pm

The Carleton College women’s swimming and diving team won six events at the Gustie Challenge while the Knights added eight runner-up results.

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Knights sweep Cobbers to open MIAC slate

Carleton Sports - Sat, 02/02/2019 - 7:39pm

Madeline Prins was one of four Knights to be victorious in both singles and doubles as the Carleton College women’s tennis team opened the MIAC schedule with a 9-0 victory at Concordia College-Moorhead.

Categories: Colleges

Knights’ second-half rally falls short at Gustavus

Carleton Sports - Sat, 02/02/2019 - 7:15pm

Sophomore Matthew Stritzel caught fire in the second half, pouring in 19 of his game-high 21 points in the period, but the Carleton College men’s basketball team fell on the road at Gustavus Adolphus College by a 67-61 tally.

Categories: Colleges

Gusties rush past Knights

Carleton Sports - Sat, 02/02/2019 - 6:36pm

After a week’s break from competition, the Carleton College women’s basketball team dropped an 81-39 result on the road against Gustavus Adolphus College.

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