Mike Danvers

The Fall TV Season Is Going To Be Very Different

Most of us are wondering exactly when the new TV season will start this fall.  This is the time of year the networks begin shooting episodes for the fall season.  But this time around, the coronavirus has changed the way things will be done.

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There’s $378 Million In The Mega Millions Jackpot Right Now. Hopefully This Situation Doesn’t Happen To You

We all dream of winning a big lottery jackpot.  Some of us are regular players, while others wait until the jackpot gets big to play with a group of people. One person can win $590 million dollars in the Powerball game and another loses their chance.

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They Are Unusual, But There’s Some Pretty Cool Graduations

As area seniors get set to graduate, the cap and gown ceremonies in gyms and on football fields have fallen victim to the coronavirus pandemic.  What’s left is some creative ideas by a variety of schools.

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Your Dog May Not Be Ready For Minnesota To Reopen

Most of us are ready for the state to reopen.  But if you have a dog, that means a change in routine.  They’ve enjoyed you being home more, sometimes all the time, and your dog may be over-dependent on you.

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Statler Brothers’ Harold Reid Dies At 80

Harold Reid, bass singer for the Statler Brothers became the second member of the group to die Friday night.  He died due to kidney failure. 

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It’s Time For Our Annual Picks For The Vikings In The NFL Draft

Thursday night begins the NFL draft, this time from the homes of the various teams General Managers.  So, it’s time for football fans to play GM and make their choices of who the Vikings will pick.  This year the Vikings have 2 first round picks, #22 and #25.  Which means we have 2 chances to swing and miss or get …

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90’s Country Star Joe Diffie Dies From Coronavirus At 61

His music is still widely played, especially here on the Superstation.  Joe Diffie just confirmed he’d been battling the coronavirus Friday, and urged fans to be cautious and careful during the pandemic.

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