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Chat About Oct 17

Good morning! For Chat About today, Evelyn Halverson from the Sanford Event Center will preview upcoming events for the rest of this year. That’s today on Chat About, at around 12:15 p.m.

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Body found, hands free rule update in the news today

In the news today, authorities believe they have found the body of a missing Outing woman, 35-year-old Michelle Mae. The body, according to a release, was found not far from where her vehicle, a black Jeep, was found earlier this month. In other news, the hands free rule appears to be taking hold, but state public safety officials believe it …

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Morning Trivia Oct. 16

Good morning! Since Canada recently celebrated their Thanksgiving holiday, for trivia today, I asked how many provinces make up Canada. The answer is ten! Canada is made up of ten provinces and three territories. The provinces are Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan. The three territories are the …

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Chat About Oct 16

On Chat About today, Erin Schneider and Andrea Kingbird from the Northwoods Battered Women’s Shelter will be in to discuss an event coming up Oct. 22, as well as the efforts of the shelter in raising awareness of domestic violence in our community. That’s on Chat About, at about 12:15 p.m.

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Deer surveys, cold weather rule in the news today

Good morning! In the news today, we discussed that members of the Bemidji State University biology department will conduct deer spotlight surveys in the city of Bemidji Monday, Oct. 21. While this may appear like the illegal activity of “shining” deer, residents are asked not to contact law enforcement or disrupt the surveys. They’re getting accurate counts of those pesky …

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Tue Oct 15 Morning Trivia

Good morning! For today’s McDonald’s Morning Trivia question, I asked in what year World War II ended. The answer was 1945! German forces surrendered shortly after Adolf Hitler’s suicide in late April of 1945, with them surrendering unconditionally in the west on May 7 and to the east on May 9. On Sept. 2, 1945, Japan signed the instrument of …

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Chat About Oct 15

Good morning! On Chat About today, Beltrami County Commissioner Reed Olson will preview the meetings of the Beltrami County Board. That’s on Chat About, available on KB101 FM and on KBUN at around 12:15 p.m.

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City taxes, flu shot, missing Cass County woman in the news today

Good morning! In the news today, the Bemidji City Council is scheduled to meet tomorrow to discuss a new special use tax initiative. The city has previously discussed multiple ways they could use a new tax, from lessening the burden for property taxpayers for the Sanford Center, to an amateur youth sports commission, as well as help pay for infrastructure …

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Mon Oct 14 Morning Trivia

For our McDonald’s Trivia question this morning, I asked which Washington Irving 1819 short story was about a man who fell asleep in the woods for 20 years. The answer was the story of Rip Van Winkle! Irving is also the author of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Irving is credited as being the father of pop culture, and for …

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