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I graduated from Shelby High School in 1981, went into the broadcast communications program at the College of Great Falls for two years, then came to work at KSEN in the spring of 1983. I left KSEN in 1991 to not get a job with a sports team or network. I ended up with the Hardee's restaurant franchise for eight years, and in 1999 got back into radio in Great Falls. I married my wonderful wife Ronni in 2001 and came back to Shelby when she got the job as the elementary music teacher here. There happened to be a job opening at KSEN when we moved up here, so...I'm baaaackkk...

Magnitude 8.9 Strong Earthquake Jolts Northern Japan
(Photo by Kiyoshi Ota/Getty Images)

Beware Tsunami Aid Scams!

This from the Associated Press:

"UNDATED (AP) - Scammers already are trying to take advantage of the outpouring of compassion  following Japan's earthquake and tsunami disaster. Let it be a warning for the charity-minded to be on the lookout for phony aid appeals. FBI spokeswoman Jenny Shearer says one fraudulent scheme involves an e-mail claiming to be from the British Red Cross and seeks donations via wire transfers. Legitimate charities don't make requests for wire transfers. There are a number of online resources to check out charities.

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Smiley Face
(Photo by flickr user Michael W. May)

Beach Boys Putting Out “New” Album

The Associated Press reported this morning that the Beach Boys are finally going to release their "Smile" album that was supposed to be the follow up to their "Pet Sounds" album. That means that album has been sitting on the shelves for 44 years! Brian Wilson says he's looking forward to fans hearing the "beautiful angelic voices of the boys in a proper studio release."

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University Hill, Syracuse
(Photo by Flickr User MattCC716)

KSEN Is Ready For The Madness!

Our coverage of the NCAA men's basketball tournament begins Thursday night! I'll have scores of the early games on my show Thursday and Friday, then we'll join the Westwood One coverage at 6 those nights.  Saturday and Sunday mornings, Westwood One starts their broadcasts at 10, and we'll stay with the tournament until we join Super Gold Saturday night and Back to the 70s Sunday!

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Just Get Over It…Today!

Today is Get Over It Day, invented by a guy who was having trouble getting over an ex-girlfriend. If you need help to get over something, there's a website to help! Be inspired by the Get Over It Day poem and videos, reinforce your resolve with a Get Over It wristband, and when you're finally over it, go back to the site to print your certificate, or send one to someone who just needs to Get Over It!!


Play Ball…Ladies!

Thanks to Tom Bergeron (no, not the Dancing with the Stars guy) for a great story about the first high school baseball game with two female starting pitchers! The story is very well done, with an interesting angle about one girl who has received much notoriety for playing with the boys, while the other has even been attacked for her choice of baseball over softball.

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Category: National Sports

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