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This week's American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains features three different museums, a Great Northern Railway discussion and details about the Great Northern Railroad Historical Society.
We start with a visit to TrainlandUSA, just north of Colby, Iowa, Then we pass through Des Monies, IA and stop in Boone, IA and visit the Iowa Railroad Museum. Next, we head to St. Paul, Minnesota and learn about the James J. Hill House, the founder of the Great Northern Railroad. The get an inside look into the life of a Great Northern railroader. We will wrap-up with look at rhe Great Northern Historical Society, That's all this week on the APRHF's Let's Talk Trains. Be sure and join us in the chatroom, on the Let's Talk Train's webpage. www.letstalktrains.com
Hello all! This week on NFLFemale, we'll be getting updates on the Minnesota Vikings and the Detroit Lions. Join us as we break down their off season, drafts, and OTAs! We'll hear from our Official Fan Reporter for the Vikings, Virlisa Lane, and our Official Fan Reporter for the Lions, Sonja Greenfield! Plus, which NFL free agents will still get a contract this season? Listen in and we'll give you our opinion!
Today's entire show is devoted to John & Bill's analysis of yesterday's Minnesota Republican endorsing convention held in Rochester. Both of them attended but it's likely each has a different take on the procedings and what it means for this election cycle. Tune in to radio worth your time.™
Week in Review:
Legislature is winding down the session
Mark Dayton state of the state
Coordinated response from Dems and allies
Bill Kristol visit
Just what is a journalist, anyway
Gilmore and Glahn on Sports
Premier League Soccer
The Elvis Costello Appreciation Society
President Obama’s June visit
Jonah Weinberg is Executive Director of The Autism Society of Minnesota. More information at website.
He brings nearly two decades of non-profit and public sector leadership experience with organizations across the United States and internationally, with a focus on education, advocacy, and organizational excellence. He was Executive Director for two Cleveland based non-profit organizations serving the region’s Latino community. He also has worked with a broad range of organizations focused on serving people with physical, mental, and behavioral challenges.
“In order to get the attention and research-funding necessary to bring about an impact for the nearly 100,000 people living with autism in Minnesota, it’s vital that we share their stories with friends, neighbors, community leaders and elected officials,” he said. “It’s important for people across the entire state to be aware of the incredible resources this organization has developed over the past 42 years.”
Weinberg is working to expand collaborations and initiatives with those with whom AuSM works and serves in the community.
Established in 1971, the Autism Society of Minnesota is a self-funded organization committed to education, advocacy and support designed to enhance the lives of those affected by autism from birth through retirement. Visit www.ausm.org for more information.
Star Moree, a Diamond Level distributor with Young Living, and Lisa Turner, a business program student from Minnesota School of Business join Kevin Hunter and David Ford on The Business Forum Show.
For home based business owners out there, learn some powerful insights in how Star effectively and purposefully managed her time in her business, and even published books to help people understand how to help her build the business. Star Moree is a very inspiring example of what it takes to not only survive, but succeed in a significant way with a home based business.
Joining us tonight is Leon Moe founder of Minnesota Sovereignty Project. Leon is a Disabled Vietnam Veteran, One of Four Patriots that inspired the introduction of MN Sovereignty Legislation, MN Coordinator for Minnesota Tenth Amendment Center, and a member of the Oath Keepers.
The American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's the Let's Talk Trains Show visits with an old friend this week, Amtrak Media Relations Manager, Marc Magliari. After Marc brings us up to track speed, we will visit with the Twin City Model Railroad Museum. During the whole second hour will be talking about the Minnesota Transportation Museum. Join us as we continue to learn about what is available for railfans of all ages. ALL ABOARD!!!
Minnesota coach Don Lucia and players Justin Kloos and Travis Boyd answered questions from the media after a 7-4 loss to Union, April 12, 2014, in the 2014 NCAA national championship game.
Minnesota coach Don Lucia and players Justin Holl, Sam Warning and Adam Wilcox answered questions from the media after a 2-1 win over North Dakota, April 10, 2014, in the 2014 NCAA national semifinal game.