Author: Tony Schultz

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The NFL business model is to continue to expand the reach of professional football world wide. There are several countries that have semi-pro versions of American football, but nothing close to the NFL since the World League existed. Every year a couple games are played over there now where previously there was only one. Originally […]

Like something right out of an episode of “CSI” there was something gruesome and scary found in a Las Vegas Lake the other day. Boaters were apparently docking their boat an heard a woman scream not far away. When they went to her aid they found a barrel that had been exposed by Lake Mead’s […]

Every year we have the NFL Draft and I am an avid viewer of it. I love the speculation and overreaction of fans and draft experts alike when there is a major trade or a player doesn’t go where they are expected to be picked. We all remember the fall of players like Aaron Rodgers […]

I’d be lying if I said I was greatly impressed with the Minnesota Vikings draft this weekend. Thursday night started with the new General Manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah and Head Coach Kevin O’Connell sitting at the 12th pick in the first round of the NFL Draft. It was becoming more of an enviable place to be […]

Every week in May we will be showcasing a local American Legion and honoring our members of the armed forces both past and present. They are very active in their community with both youth and adult activities. They sponsor scholarships and educational opportunities for students and student athletes as well as raise funds through events […]

Russell Dickerson is not one to let his fans down no matter the situation. Last year he was at the Mighty Howard County Fair in Iowa and the weather was not exactly cooperating. There had been spurts of of heavy rain and early on with more questionable weather on the way. The fair couldn’t even […]

Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour started in 2009 to give back to the local farming communities, with proceeds from the tour going to charities and creating scholarships for students of farmers. This year he’ll be bringing it to Eyota, MN which is situated between St. Charles and Rochester along Highway 14. Luke grew up as the […]

Late night talk shows have been an American staple for decades on television. Legends have graced the screen with Johnny Carson being the biggest to ever do it and Steve Allen, David Letterman being included on the Mount Rushmore of Late Night Hosts. The 4th is debatable. Some might say it’s this guy, James Corden. […]

Highlight reels in sports are not uncommon. We see them all the time form the football and baseball fields to the volleyball and basket ball courts. It’s truly impressive when we see a miracle play, and it means more when our own team is the one making the play. On occasion there are those that […]

In the late 80s and early 90s Disney ruled the after school airwaves with their slate of cartoons. There was shows with cartoon ducks, bears, and chipmunks. The last one called “Chip ‘n Dale’s Rescue Rangers” took the famous chipmunks and made them private investigators with a few friends that helped them on their adventures […]

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